African Studies Association of the UK
The African Studies Association of the United Kingdom was founded in 1963 and is the national subject association for Africanists within the academic community. The objects of ASAUK as defined in its statutes are “to advance African Studies, particularly in the United Kingdom, by providing facilities for the interchange of information and ideas and the co-ordination of activities”.
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ECAS2023 IN COLOGNE: CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW OPEN! Details and applications Dear Colleague, The Call for Papers is now open for ECAS9 “African Futures” in Cologne, and will close on 9 January 2023! ECAS2023 is intended as a fully face-to-face confe...
AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME “Who defines the needs of the people and the related epistemologies that serve them?” (Karp & Masolo 2000:10) Closing Date: Monday 1 May 2023 The African Critical Inquiry Programme invites proposals from schola...
AFRICAN CRITICAL INQUIRY PROGRAMME “Who defines the needs of the people and the related epistemologies that serve them?” (Karp & Masolo 2000:10) The African Critical Inquiry Programme is pleased to announce the 2023 Ivan Karp Doctoral Research A...