The African Studies Association’s coordinate organizations are a critical part of our strategy to produce and disseminate knowledge about Africa. The ASA is happy to support and showcase our coordinate organizations. These organizations are organizations that have a scholarly or professional interest in the continent of Africa, and often focus on a specific country, region, or discipline. Most organizations present sponsored panels or roundtables, and hold meetings or receptions for their members and interested individuals at the ASA Annual Meeting each year. Participation in coordinate organizations allows ASA members to network with other members who hold similar research interests, and to promote academic and field work in specific regions and fields of study.

The ASA encourages all of its members to look through our various coordinate organizations, and visit their individual websites to learn more about each organization. If you are interested in joining an organization, please contact their officers. You can find a listing of our current organizations below, with links to their individual webpages.

If you are interested in registering your organization as an ASA coordinate organization, or if you are interested in starting a new coordinate organization, please contact Kathryn Salucka at [email protected]

Current coordinate organizations looking for the annual report form can find it here.

Current Coordinate Organizations

Africana Librarians Council

African Literature Association

African Politics Conference Group

Arts Council of the African Studies Association

Association of Concerned Africa Scholars

CongoResearchNetwork

Ghana Studies Association

Igbo Studies Association

Institute for the Study of Islamic Thought in Africa (ISITA)

Islam in Africa Studies Group

Lagos Studies Association

Lusophone African Studies Organization (LASO)

Mande Studies Association (MANSA)

Nigerian Studies Association

North American Association of Scholars on Cameroon (NAASC)

Queer African Studies Association

Saharan Studies Association

Tanzania Studies Association

Uganda Studies Group

Women’s Caucus