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Organizations associated with the ASA

Many ASA-sponsored activities are carried out by a variety of organizations. These organizations fall primarily into two groups: Coordinate and Affiliate organizations. Both can apply to hold meetings and events at the ASA annual meeting.

COORDINATE ORGANIZATIONS 

Coordinate organizations consist of those organizations that have a scholarly and professional interest in the continent of Africa as a whole and whose primary focus is facilitating the exchange of ideas, information and research findings on Africa. At least 25 of the members of a Coordinate Organization must also be members of the ASA. A brief annual report must be submitted for the previous calendar year to the ASA Secretariat by March 31. Coordinate Organizations will receive one panel without review for each Annual Meeting to be designated as a panel of the organization. Coordinate organizations are welcome to submit other panels for review. If accepted, those panels will also be designated as coordinate organization panels. 

List of Coordinate Organizations

Central African Studies Association    

Coordinate Organization Reporting Form

To become a coordinate organization please fill out the online form below:

Coordinate and Affiliate Organization Application Form
 
AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS 
 
Affiliate organizations consist of organizations that have a scholarly and professional interest in Africa and operate independently of the ASA. They have free space for their business meeting at the ASA annual meeting (subject to availability). They may sponsor panels at the ASA Annual Meeting. 
 
List of Affiliate Organizations
 
Senegalese Studies Group
Society of Africanist Archaeologists
Title VI Africa National Resource Centers
Wales African Studies Network (WASNET)
West Africa Research Association (WARA)

To become an affiliate organization please fill out the online form below:

Coordinate and Affiliate Organization Application Form
 
ALLIED ORGANIZATIONS

The ASA is currently a member of three Allied organizations: American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), National Humanities Alliance (NHA), National Council of Area Studies Associations (NCASA).

The ASA has a special relationship with the Association of African Studies Programs (AASP) and the Coalition for International Education.

RESERVING ROOMS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING

Coordinate and affiliate organizations wishing to reserve meeting and reception rooms for the annual meeting should fill out the online form  below.  All scheduling is done on a first come, first serve basis. Please consult the Preliminary Program, which will be posted to the ASA website in June for your confirmed meeting time.

 

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