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ASA Board of Directors Condemns Executive Order Restricting Entry into the U.S.
31 January 2017

ASA Board of Directors Condemns Executive Order Restricting Entry into the U.S.

On behalf of its members, the Board of Directors of the African Studies Association demands immediate reversal of the recent Executive Order barring citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen entry for 90 days into the United S...

2017 Call for Nominations: ASA Board of Directors
17 January 2017

2017 Call for Nominations: ASA Board of Directors

The Nominations Committee of the African Studies Association is soliciting nominations from members to be considered as candidates for positions on the Board of Directors of the ASA.

If elected, board members serve for three years starting at the Fall...

2016 Award Winners
07 December 2016

2016 Award Winners

December 2016


The African Studies Association (ASA) is pleased to announce the 2016 award winners. The ASA Awards Ceremony was held on the evening of Saturday, December 3, 2016 at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, DC. The ASA heartily congratul...

Statement from ASA Leadership
16 November 2016

Statement from ASA Leadership

Dear ASA members,

After a long, bitter electoral campaign in the United States, we will have much to consider and discuss at our upcoming annual meeting about the future of African studies.

As leaders of the African Studies Association, we reaffirm the...

Fall 2016 ASA News Now Available!
03 November 2016

Fall 2016 ASA News Now Available!

Welcome to the Fall 2016 edition of ASA News ! In this issue you will find letters from the ASA President and Executive Director, member announcements, and information about new ASA initiatives and developments. You can find the entire issue here .

African Studies Review Call for Editors 2018-2023
01 July 2016

African Studies Review Call for Editors 2018-2023

The African Studies Association Board of Directors announces a Call for Editors for the ASA’s flagship journal, African Studies Review . The journal is published by Cambridge University Press. As per the ASA’s Policies and Procedures, ASR editors are a...

Welcome to the Summer 2016 edition of ASA News!
30 May 2016

Welcome to the Summer 2016 edition of ASA News!

Welcome to the Summer 2016 edition of ASA News! In this issue you will find letters from the ASA President and Executive Director, member announcements, and information about new ASA initiatives and developments. You can find the entire issue here .

Announcing the 2016 Board of Directors Election Results
17 May 2016

Announcing the 2016 Board of Directors Election Results

The ASA secretariat is pleased to announce the 2016 Board election results as follows:

Vice President-elect
Jean Allman , Center for the Humanities, History, and African and African American Studies, Washington University in St. Louis

Board Members-elect...

11th Annual ASA Presidential Lecture at Rutgers University
21 April 2016

11th Annual ASA Presidential Lecture at Rutgers University

The 11th Annual African Studies Association Presidential Lecture at Rutgers University will be held on Thursday, April 28 at 4:30 pm at the Alexander Library on the Rutgers University College Ave Campus.

ASA President Dorothy Hodgson will deliver the ...

myASA Member Portal Now Available!!
09 February 2016

myASA Member Portal Now Available!!

The ASA is excited to announce the launch of our new myASA Membership Portal

This portal, hosted directly on the ASA website, allows ASA members to process their membership renewals, register for the annual meeting, edit their member profile, and acces...

Announcement: 2015 ASA Award Recipients
02 December 2015

Announcement: 2015 ASA Award Recipients

  November 2015

The African Studies Association (ASA) is pleased to announce the 2015 award winners. The ASA Awards Ceremony was held on the evening of Saturday, November 21st 2015 at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina in San Diego, CA. The ASA he...

ASA Board of Directors Statement on Ebola
18 November 2014

ASA Board of Directors Statement on Ebola

As Africanists, the members of the African Studies Association have a moral obligation to educate students and communities in ways that combat the growing hysteria surrounding the current Ebola crisis. We must respond to the fear and panic leading to...

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ASA Journals & Publications
Monday, 16 February 2015

ASA Journals & Publications

The African Studies Association is the proud publisher of two highly regarded journals, African Studies Review and History in Africa.  In addition, throughout its history, ASA has published a number of books, mo...

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