In November, the African Studies Association (ASA) will host Aidoo to give the keynote address -"The Abiola Lecture" at their conference in Philadelphia.
What does ASA stand for?
ASA stands for African Studies Association
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- Aerospace States Association
- Aerosurface Servoamplifier (US NASA)
- African Students Association (various universities)
- Afrique Secours et Assistance (French)
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- Agency for Social Analyses (Sofia, Bulgaria)
- Agent Systems and Applications
- Agere Systems Australia (Australia)
- Aggressive Skaters Association
- Agremiação Sportiva Arapiraquense
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The African Studies Association, an organization of scholars, doesn't keep that kind of data.
IN ADDITION TO THE FORUM, we have an essay by Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, the current president of the African Studies Association and a dean at Bellarmine University, "Pan-Africanism in the Age of Obama: Challenges and Prospects.
40) Department of History Hamilton, NY 13346-1398 ENDNOTES This paper draws on exchanges too far-flung to detail in their entirety, but I can trace their roots to the 1996 African Studies Association meeting in San Francisco, where Paul S.
He then obtained a grant from the African Studies Association to pay for shipping some more books by boat.
COVENTRY UNIVERSITY is to host a conference of the African Studies Association of the UK that only takes place every two years.
Department of History Charlottesville, VA 22903 ENDNOTES Earlier drafts of this article were presented at the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (1987), the Callaloo Seminar at the University of Virginia (1989), and the Ralph Bunche Institute at the City University of New York (1990).