In Memory: Margaret Vogt
01 October 2014

In Memory: Margaret Vogt

The African Studies Association mourns the loss of Margaret Vogt, who passed away on September 23, 2014. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.

By Toyin Falola

Professor Vogt was a leading African scholar in the area of International...

ASA News archives are now available online
05 July 2014

ASA News archives are now available online

We are pleased to announce that archived editions of ASA News are now available online. You can now access archived pdf's of ASA newsletters from 1987 - 2012  here   or via the "Publications" tab on the homepage. Editions prior to 1987 will soon be acce...

The 57th Annual Meeting Preliminary Program is here
01 July 2014

The 57th Annual Meeting Preliminary Program is here

The Preliminary Program for the 57th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, is now available for review. The conference will be held on November 20th to 23rd 2014, in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Click here to access the program

If you would are ...


ASA Journals & Publications
Monday, 17 March 2014

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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