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ACASA Board of Directors

Maria Berns, President
Lisa Aronson, Secretary-Treasurer
Rowland Abiodun
Mary Jo Arnoldi
David Binkley
Acha Debela '
Margaret Drewal
Barbara Frank
Simon Ottenberg
Janet Stanley

Membership Information
(for residents of North America and Europe):
Lisa Aronson, ACASA Secretary-Treasurer
Art Department
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

Membership Information
(for residents of Africa and the Caribbean):
Janet Stanley, ACASA Newsletter Editor
National Museum of African Art Library
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C. 20560


Cover design by Acha Debela

ACASA Newsletter

April 1992

Letter from Maria Berns,
ACASA President

The Triennial Symposium is fast approaching
and those of us on its planning committees are
looking forward to a very exciting four days. In
addition to twenty-one panel sessions, there will
be an ACASA museum day, a video and film
program, and for the first time, a book and
video exhibition. Also, the University of Iowa
Museum of Art will present over 200 selections
from the Stanley Collection in the exhibition,
"Art and Life in Africa."
Because strengthening linkages between
institutions and individuals in America and in
Africa is a primary objective of ACASA, we are
very proud to announce that a major grant from
the United States Information Agency (USIA)
has been awarded to bring ten African
archaeologists, art historians and museum
professionals to this country for five weeks in a
Citizens Exchange program entitled "Cultural
Preservation: Art and Archaeology in Africa."
Four additional scholars, one subsidized by
ACASA, two by the University of Iowa, and
one by the J. Paul Getty Trust, will join the
group in this country. See the list of
participants from Africa, pages 2-3.
The USIA grant, submitted through the auspices
of ASA, was jointly prepared by ACASA and
the Society for Africanist Archaeologists (SAFA).
Over $135,000 has been allocated so that the
fourteen colleagues from Africa can attend not
only the SAFA Conference and the ACASA
Triennial, but also visit various universities,
museums and conservation facilities across the
country. The objective is to provide the visitors
with information and contacts that can
strengthen the capabilities of their home
institutions to preserve their cultural heritage.

Presidents Letter I1
1992 Tkiennial Symposium
Final Program 2
African Participants 2
Book Distribution Program 3
People in the News 3
Obituaries 3
Opportunities 4
News Round-Up 4
Noteworthy Publications 8
Serial Notes 11
Video and Film Notes 12
Databases 12
Future 13
Past 13
ACASA Directory 1992 15

Many thanks are due Bill Dewey, Mary Jo
Arnoldi, and Merrick Posnansky for their
extensive efforts in preparing the grant and
planning and scheduling the national program.
It is likely that the number of African
participants in the 1992 Triennial, including
those coming on their own and through other
institutional sponsorship, will exceed that of any
previous year. We hope that all those attending
the Thennial will take advantage of this special
opportunity to meet with our colleagues from
Africa, learn about their needs, concerns and
interests, and explore ways of working together
in the future.

ACASA Newsletter / No. 33, April 1992 1


Final Program ACASA's Ninth
Triennial Symposium on African Art
The University of Iowa, April 22-26, 1992

Wednesday, April 22: Museum Day

Session 1, 9 am 2 noon:
"Exhibiting Historical Collections"
Session II, 1:30 6 pm:
"Heritage and Contemporary Culture in
Africa: Prospects for Collaboration Between
African and American Institutions"

Thursday, April 23

Panels: 10:30 am 12:30 pm
"Artist as Rebel: The Moral Imperative of
"Arts in the Land of the Maravi"
Panels: 1:30 pm 3:30 pm
"Issues of African Contemporary Art"
"Neglected Themes in the Study of African
Panels: 4 pm 6 pm
"Masks and Purposeful Ambiguity"
"The Arts of the Cross River Basin"
Museum Exhibition Opening: 8 pm 10 pm
"Art and Life in Africa: Selections from the
Permanent Collection"

Friday, April 24

Panels: 8 am 10 am
"Women into Men: Art and the Aesthetic
Anatomy of Power in African Societies"
"Recent Research"
Panels: 10:30 am 12:30 pm
"Memory, Language and Art: African
Mnemonic Systems"
"Education and Outreach: Presenting and
Representing Africa"
Panels: 1:30 pm 3:30 pm
"The Bight of Benin: Old and New"
"Putting the Politics into Performance"
Panels: 4 pm 6 pm
Round Table: "Ethics and the Power of
Visual Images: Field Photography, Film and
"Dress and Social Identity"

Reception: 7:30 pm
African Pop Music Party: 9 pm

Saturday, April 25

Panels: 8 am 10 am
"Interdisciplinary Approaches to
Understanding the Ancient Arts of Africa"
"African Perspectives: Recent Research"
Panels: 10:30 am 12:30 pm
"The Aesthetics of Secrecy: Paradoxical
Representations of Power"
"Understanding the Symbolic Meanings of
Ancient San Rock Art"
Panels: 1:30 pm 3:30 pm
"Kalabari World View as Reflected in Dress
and Textile Arts"
"The Phony, the Trendy and the Authentic:
Looking for the 'Real Thing' in Africa and
the Diaspora"
Panels: 4 pm 6 pm
"Art of the African Diaspora"
"Recent Research II"
Banquet: 7 pm
Afropop Worldwide Dance Party: 9 pm

Sunday, April 26

PASALA Graduate Symposium: 9 am 4:45 pm
Cultural Preservation: Art and Archaeology in
Africa: African Participants
BENIN: Alexis Adande, Departement
d'Histoire et d'Archeologie, Universitd
National du Benin. (archaeologist)
BURKINA FASO: Boureima Tiekerini
Diamitani, Directeur du Patrimone Culturel,
Secretariat d'Etat a la Culture. (architect)
CAMEROON: Raymond Asombang,
History Department, University of Yaound6
MOZAMBIQUE: Joao Morais, Department
de Arquelogia e Anthropologia,
Universidade Eduardo Mondlane.
NIGER: Haladou Maman, Mus6e National.
MADAGASCAR: Jean-Aimr Rakotoarisoa,
Musee d'Art et d'Archeologie.
(anthropologist, geographer)

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NIGERIA: Dele Jegede, Centre for Cultural
Studies, University of Lagos. (art historian,
painter and cartoonist); [and] Anthonia
Fatunsin, National Museum, Ibadan.
RWANDA: Thomas Bazatsinda, Musde
National du Rwanda. (conservator)
TANZANIA: Abdu Rahman Mohamed
Juma, Department of Museums, Antiquities
and Archives. (archaeologist)
TOGO: Angele (Dolah) Aguigah,
D6partement d'Histoire, Universit6 du
B&nin. (archaeologist)
UGANDA: Ephraim Kamuhangire,
Department of Antiquities and Museums
ZAMBIA: Manyando Mukela, Moto-Moto
Museum. (museologist)
ZIMBABWE: George Mvenge, Regional
Director, The National Museum and
Monuments, Masvingo. (anthropologist,

ACASA Book Distribution Program
Twenty-five libraries and museums have been
added to the list of recipients in the ACASA
Book Distribution Program. A special
introductory mailing to these twenty-five
organizations was made in March 1992 which
included African Arts, July 1991; The Art of the
Personal Object; and African Art: The Cleveland
Museum of Art; A Brief Guide to the Collections.
The next regular mailing will be early summer

ACASA Dues Alert
The 1992 ACASA annual membership dues are
$25.00 not $20.00 (as incorrectly stated in some

Simon Ottenberg was awarded an honorary
D.Litt by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, at
the convocation, March 14, 1992 in recognition
of his many scholarly contributions to the field
of African anthropology and to Igbo studies.
Huguette van Geluwe, Curator at the Mus6e
Royal de l'Afrique Centrale in Tervuren,
Belgium, is retiring in April 1992.

In October 1991 Frieda Tesfagiorgis, Chair of the
Department of Afro-American Studies,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, received the
William S. Noland Award given each year to
the outstanding faculty member for significant
contributions to students. Tesfagiorgis was also
featured in a recent article in the International
Review of African American Art by Joanne
Butcher (volume 9, no. 2, 1990, pages 29-31).
Acha Debela is holding a solo exhibition of
acrylics and mixed media on canvas and paper
at North Carolina A&T State University in
Greenboro from February 21 until May 30, 1992.
Elizabeth Orchardson-Mazrui, an artist and
teacher at Kenyatta College in Nairobi, is in
Columbus, Ohio for several months. She was
recently the subject of a African television
program, available on video ('"Portrait of an
Artist"). Orchardson's dissertation research was
on the material culture of the Mijikenda of
Jean Aimu Rakotoarisoa of the Musee d'Art et
d'Archeologie, Universite d'Antananarivo [B.P.
564, Antananarivo, Madagascar] was a
short-term visitor to the National Museum of
African Art in October-November 1991.
Marilyn Houlberg was able to show off part of
her large collection of Elvis Presley memorabilia
when she and a collaborator in Chicago recently
created a shrine, a multimedia installation
decorated with paper palm trees, Halloween
skeletons, and 300 pounds of sand. Elvis
appeared to levitate over the sand, courtesy of a
slide projection on the mirrored back wall. The
day before the February opening, Houlberg, an
associate professor of art and anthropology at
the school of the Art Institute of Chicago,
presented a paper on Yoruba art at the College
Art Association conference. She said her
scholarly work on death rituals ties in neatly
with her passion for Elvis. from the Chronicle
of Higher Education February 26, 1992.

Albert Maesen, emeritus curator of the Mus6e
Royal de l'Afrique Central, Tervuren, died
February 20, 1992 in Belgium. Dr. Maesen, an
anthropologist, had an incredible knowledge of
African art in Central and Southern Africa as
well as in C6te d'Ivoire where he first

ACASA Newsletter I No. 33, April 1992 3


undertook research in the 1930s. Although
retired, hecontinued to work at Tervuren and
consulted with African museums, such as the
IFAN museum in Dakar, Senegal.
Alfred Scheinberg, known to everyone as
"Alfie," passed away at his home in New York
City February 21, 1992. He was a private dealer
in African art who took a scholarly approach to
dealing as well as appraising African art. He
worked closely with the Haffenreffer Museum
at Brown University in Rhode Island and the
Birmingham Museum of Art in Alabama.


Indiana State University. Assistant Professor of
Art; tenure-track; multiculturalist with emphasis
on African and African-American art; to teach
three courses per semester; terminal degree or
M.A. with experience in non-Western art;
background in African art essential. Screening
began February 1, 1992; position to be filled by
August 1992. Send letter, resume and names,
addresses and telephone numbers of three
professional references to: Dr. Stephen Smithers,
Chairperson, African and African-American Art
Search Committee, Department of Art, Indiana
State University, Terra Haute, IN 47809.
Telephone: (812) 237-3697.
NEH Travel to Collections grants. The next
deadline is July 15, 1992 for applications for
grants for travel to collections for research in
the humanities. Contact: Kathleen Mitchell,
Travel to Collections Program, Division of
Fellowships and Seminars, National Endowment
for the Humanities, Room 316-KM, 1100
Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington D.C.
20506. Telephone: (202) 786-0463.
The Studio Museum in Harlem, a museum
whose mission is the study, documentation,
collection, preservation and exhibition of the art
and artifacts of the African Diaspora, offers an
Artist-in-Residence program in which three
emerging artists are granted studio space and a
fellowship for twelve months. For information
contact: The Studio Museum in Harlem, 144
West 125th Street, New York, NY 10027.
Telephone- (212) 864-4500.
Art bulletin. Henry Drewal, as a member of the
Editorial Board of Art bulletin, urges you to
seriously consider submitting manuscripts for

consideration. As you may know from the
statement by the new editor-in-chief, Richard
Brilliant, the Art bulletin "seeks once more to
establish itself fully as a forum for current
thought, develop a critical language that will be
accessible and interesting to a wide range
of readers." If you have something in mind,
please discuss it with Henry Drewal at the
Triennial Symposium or write to him at:
Department of Art History, Elvehjem Museum,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
The Zimbabwean Cultural Workshop for
university students, faculty, and members of the
public will be offered June 19-23, 1992 by the
Consortium from Inter-Institutional
Collaboration in African and Latin American
Studies (CICALS). The five-day, non-credit
workshop will include such topics as
Zimbabwean history, contemporary politics,
geography, art, music, society, and education.
Lecturers will be drawn from across the nation
and Zimbabwe as well as from the more than
forty Michigan State University faculty who
have taught, worked, and conducted research in
Zimbabwe. For further information, contact:.
Yacob Fisseha, African Studies Center, Michigan
State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1035.
Telephone (517) 353-1700.


News from Belgium
The Mus6e Royal de l'Afrique Centrale in
Tervuren has placed on exhibition its
contemporary Zairian and Congolese art. "La
naissance de peintures contemporaines en
I'Afrique central, 1930-1970," runs from March
13 to May 19, 1992. An 86-page catalogue with
color reproductions of the works accompanies
the show.
The Etnografisch Museum in Antwerp is
planning a major exhibition of African art from
public and private collections in Belgium,
scheduled for September 1993-January 1994.
"Faces of the Spirit," curated by Frank
Herreman, will also travel to American venues.
A 300-page catalogue will accompany the
exhibition (priced at ca. BFr 1,000).

4 ACASA Newsletter No. 33, April 1992

News from Cameroon
Pan-African Association of Anthropologists
(PAA) a Association panafricaine de
I'anthropologie APA). Paul Nchoji Nkwi writes
that PAA was formally created in 1989 in
Yaound6, Cameroon by a group of
anthropologists representing twenty-five African
universities. With an initial membership of
thirty, PAA has over 250 members today. PAA
organizes an annual conference and regional
workshops. It publishes a quarterly bulletin that
keeps its members in touch and informed about
its activities. At the moment the PAA is
preparing a Profile of African Anthropologists
which will be published by June 1992. The PAA
would like to attract Africanist anthropologists
who are willing to support its activities. The
membership fees, which include the newsletter,
are: African anthropologists $10; Africanist
anthropologists $15; Africanist students $10;
African students $6. All inquiries: The
President, PAA/APA, B.P. 1862, Yaound6,
Centre for Oral Tradition and Local History in
the Mandara Mountains. Gerhard
Miiller-Kosack and Godula Kosack are making a
call to establish a Centre for Oral Tradition and
Local History in the Mandara Mountains, which
would be based in Mokolo, Cameroon. One of
the major problems in the writing of
Cameroonian history stems from inadequate
knowledge of historical conditions in the rural
areas. It is therefore necessary to undertake
more regional histories ("history from below")
which, when viewed collectively, will reveal
something of the unity and diversity of
Cameroonian society. The proposed centre
would collaborate with local authorities and
with the Institute of Human Studies in Garoua.
Staff will be recruited from the entire Mandara
Mountains region to collect oral histories,
stories, and anecdotes. Particular attention will
be drawn to:
* history of settlement (migrations,
clan-history, wars)
* social history (social structure, gender,
slavery, soriali'ation)
* economic history (modes of production, trade)
* technical history (technology, crafts,
agricultural methods, medicine, magic,
material culture)

* history of religion (beliefs, rites, ceremonies,
feasts, Islamination, Christianization)
* political history (pre-colonial history, colonial
history, national history)
* story-telling tradition
A regular publication is planned. It is hoped
this project will be operational by 1993.

News from England
Werner Gillon of London is working on a
sequel to his 1984 A Short History of African Art,
which will cover geographical areas and ethnic
groups not dealt with in the original work and
will incorporate recent research on areas
previously covered. It will also have chapters on
modem African art and on Islamic art.

News from Ethiopia
In 1937, during the Italian fascist occupation of
Ethiopia, one of the famous obelisks of Askum
was taken to Rome on the personal orders of
dictator Benito Mussolini and was erected in the
Italian capital on the fifteenth anniversary of his
"march on Rome." Article 37 of the subsequent
Italian Peace Treaty of 1947 specified that all
loot taken from Ethiopia during the occupation
should be restored, but the obelisk, despite
Ethiopian appeals, was never returned.
In February 1992 a petition for the historic
artifact's return was signed by five hundred
prominent Ethiopians, including former Prime
Minister Mikael Imru, the present Vice-Minister
of Culture Tesfaye Sichala, the acting President
of Addis Ababa University, Dr. Makonnen
Diglassa, the curator of the Institute of
Ethiopian Studies Museum, Dr. Girma Kidane,
Ethiopia's premier artist Afewerk Tekle, and
many other notable figures. For more
information contact: Richard Pankhurst, Institute
of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University,
P.O.B. 117, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. fax (251)

News from France
Galerie Black New Arts, the first gallery in
Paris to specialize in modem African art, has
launched a cycle of exhibitions with the artist
Ousseynou Sarr, a 40-year old Senegalese
painter living in Paris. The gallery's director is

ACASA Newsletter / No. 33, April 1992 5

Jean Pierre Calvo. Galerie Black New Arts is
located at 35 rue Hermel, Paris 18, France.

News from Mauritania
"An Update on Kiffa Beads" by Marie-Jose
Opper and Howard Opper: Powdered glass
beads from Mauritania known as Kiffa beads
have, until recently, been very difficult to find.
In the past six months or so, however, they
have appeared in relatively significant number
among the strands of older beads sold in the
United States by African traders. Round and
triangular Kiffas are seen more frequently than
other traditional shapes such as lozenge,
tubular, or conical. Many beads on the strands
that come out of Mauritania lately are damaged
or broken. Perfect specimens of Kiffas with
unusual designs continue to be extremely rare.
The sudden increase in the availability of Kiffas
indicates that traders have become aware of the
interest among collectors and the high prices
paid for them. As a result, they are combing the
countryside of Mauritania and bring out
whatever they can find, regardless of quality. It
is interesting to note that the popularity of
Kiffas is not limited to the United States. In
Germany, for example, it has become
fashionable among young men to wear one
polychrome, triangular bead on leather thong.
In Mauritania itself, Kiffa beads have been
falling from grace with the inroads of progress.
But, in view of their popularity abroad,
production could be expected to resume, at least
of the less sophisticated types that do not
require the time and meticulous workmanship
of the traditional beads. A small industry of
locally made plastic imitations has already
begun. There is also a glass imitation of the red
monochrome lozenge-shaped bead of possibly
European manufacture. Such beads can be
found mixed with the originals. Quite often
also, one or more of the older kind of Venetian
trade beads and, with luck, an occasional
medieval glass bead can be found on strands of
Kiffas coming into the United States. -
excerpted from the Bead Society of Greater
Washington newsletter, February-March 1992.

News from Namibia
"Forcible Love," a musical drama which
celebrates of the life and art of John
Muafangejo, was recently performed at the
National Theatre of Namibia in Windhoek. The

script is by Orde Levinson. The Border theme
prevails at several levels: national borders where
colonial scissors snipped Kuanyama cloth in
two (Angola and Namibia) and borders in the
mind of he who wandered the spaces between
sanity and madness. A critic in the Windhoek
Observer notes that as one searched for the man
and artist, Muafangejo, the comment of
Marshall McLuhan's that borders "are intervals
of resonance" surfaced. One wondered about
the on-stage slide images of the artist's work
and whether these were cut into the play script
For instance, the church is presented as an
ominous patronizing stereotype at a time (1940s)
when turbulent priests such as Michael Scott
were activating the liberation gospel in
Namibia. What of Muafangejo's own sensitivity
and felt love for the faith as evidence in lino cut
such as benediction for Archbishop Tutu "Bless
him and keep him always in our minds"? What
of the reconciliation theme so strong in the lino
cut (text and visuals) where black engages white
precisely within those intervals of resonance.
The sudden (stage) death of Muafangejo did not
evoke the poignancy and tragedy of the
complicated circumstances in which he died.
One began to wonder whose Muafangejo this
A visual celebration of the life of John
Muafangejo also put together by Orde 'Levinson
is available in the a catalogue raisonnd; see
below, page 9.

News from the Netherlands
"Kings of Africa," an exhibition of art from the
Museum fiir Volkerkunde in Berlin is scheduled
to go on view at the Maastricht Exhibition and
Congress Centre and will run from June 26 until
August 27,1992. Organized by the Museum
voor Land-en Volkerkunde in Rotterdam, this
exhibition features 260 objects from the Berlin
collection. A new catalogue of contributed
essays is planned.

News from Nigeria
Sculptors Guild of Nigeria (SGN) was organized
in 1990 with the goal of promoting the interests
of sculptors in Nigeria. Its aims and objectives:
to create a forum in Nigeria for professional
sculptors and art-related professionals,
architects, collectors, curators, gallery owners,
art enthusiasts, and designers; and to advance

6 ACASA Newsletter / No. 33, April 1992

the creation and appreciation of good sculpture
by upholding a high standard and proficiency
in sculpture through such activities as
education, publication, research, exhibitions and
competitions, workshops, and seminars. The
"SGN Inaugural (Open-Air) Exhibition" was
held December 2-23, 1991 in Enugu. For more
information, contact: Mr. Okay Ikenegbu, Art
Education Department, Institute of Management
and Technology, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria.
Pan-African Circleks of Artists (PACA) is open
to all practicing and exhibiting artists working
in various media and living within Africa and
beyond. PACA is not an art movement, nor is it
intended as a professional body for artists of
Africa. Rather, it is a common forum for the
uplift and dissemination of African philosophy
and ideals through the media of the rich and
varied formal imageries of African art. Its goals
and programs:
* To organize annual art exhibitions aimed at
reviving the appreciation and celebration of
art and aesthetics in society.
* To organize annual symposia and workshops
on contemporary art of Africa in order to
encourage emerging artists.
* To organize art competitions for primary
schools, secondary schools, and universities
in Africa.
* Establish a gallery to house the works of
member artists.
* Establish a magazine to help the association
in the spread of the "African message."
* On occasion, organize an international
exhibition of works to sensitize the
international community to the works of
PACA and other artists of Africa.
Annual dues are 120.00 Nigerian naira (ca.
$8.00). For more information, contact. PACA,
P.O. Box 9228, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria.
The modem uli school of art, centered at the
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, continues to
spawn younger adherents. Uche Okeke is
generally acknowledged as the creator of this
school of art which incorporates uli symbols
and motifs into modem works, but Obiora
Udechukwu has been the real inspirational force
propelling this movement in recent years.
Certainly no student who goes through the fine
arts program at Nsukka is untouched by the uli

philosophy. Uli manifests itself not only in
two-dimensional works, but in sculpture and
ceramics. In two separate solo exhibitions in
1991 in Enugu, ceramicist Bridget Egbeji and
printmaker Barthosa Nkurumeh showed works
which pay tribute to this uli heritage. But the
use of uli designs as stylistic elements does not
in any way limit or restrict the content or the
message of art. Social commentary or indeed
protest art was evident in another 1991
exhibition in Nsukka of three quite different
artists. "Sacred Energies" featured Kandibe Eya,
a textile artist, Cajetan Nwokeji, a sculptor, and
Krydz Ikwuemesi, a painter.
The National Gallery of Modem Arts at the
National Arts Theatre, Lagos, has re-opened
after being dosed for the last few years. It is
under the management of the National Council
for Arts and Culture, which is currently directed
by Dr. Sule Bello.
A new Director-General of the National
Commission for Museum and Monuments has
been appointed. He is Dr. Yaro Gella.

News from Portugal
The Centro de Estudos Africanos at the
Universidade de Coimbra is compiling a
comprehensive bibliography on the
anthropology of Angola. They would like to
know of writings of ACASA members on any
aspect of Angolan social and cultural
anthropology, especially recent publications or
other unpublished materials. Contact: Boris
Wastiau, Centro de Estudos Africanos, Instituto
de Antropologia, Universidade de Coimbra,
3049 Coimbra-Codex, Portugal.

News from S&nigal
Senegalese painter Ibrahima M'Bengue, also
known as Asse, is featured in a short article by
Miriam Rosen in Artforum (volume 30, no. 2,
February 1992, page 108). Asse is a young
graffiti-style painter, whose works have been
exhibited in Dakar and Paris. An exhibition is
planned for him at the Washington, D.C. gallery,
Le Marie-Trainer. Telephone: (202) 342-9600.

News from South Africa
The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), a
broad-based, independent arts association in

ACASA Newsletter / No. 33, April 1992 7

Johannesburg, was formally constituted at the
Johannesburg Art Gallery on November 2, 1991.
The ICA will provide artists, critics, teachers,
students, collectors, dealers and art lovers with
a venue for meeting each other in a stimulating
cultural environment. It will become both an
educational centre and an important exhibition
venue bridging the gap between the academic
and commercial galleries. The gallery will
officially be open to the public as soon as
possible. The Institute will be run on a
non-profit basis providing a venue for public
workshops, debates, lectures, performances,
installations, curated exhibitions as well as
becoming the ideal venue for emerging artists
and avant garde practices. A regular newsletter
will inform members of forthcoming events as
well as providing interesting perspectives on
current issues. The newsletter will develop into
much needed monthly magazine. Regular
membership is R35.00 and R20.00 for students
and retired persons. To join this organization,
write. Institute of Contemporary Art, P.O. Box
711, Newtown 2113, South Africa.

News from Switzerland
On March 26, 1992, the Musee Barbier-Mueller,
Geneva inaugurated an exhibition on the theme
"Women in African Art" ("Femme nue, femme
noire..," referring to the line in one of Senghor's
poems). The museum also announces that the
manuscript "Arts de la C6te d'Ivoire" is almost
complete; the work will comprise two volumes
of around 600 pages and 700 illustrations. It be
published early in 1992 and will be sold by
subscription at "a rather high price," which
nevertheless represents a fraction of its true cost
[price not stated]. A selection of the objects in
this catalogue will be exhibited in the museum
at the end of September 1992. Mus6e
Barbier-Mueller, 10, rue Jean-Calvin, CH-1204
Gen6ve, Switzerland.

News from the United States
USIA on UNESCO. The United States
Information Agency has published Preserving
Mankind's Heritage: U.S. Efforts to Prevent Illicit
Trade in Cultural Property, a 32-page book
explaining the responsibilities of the President's
Cultural Property Advisory Committee. The
Committee advises the President on import bans
of certain types of cultural property when their
export threatens the culture of the country of

origin. The publication sets out the implications
of the United States government's acceptance of
the Unesco Cultural Property Convention of
1970 and the enabling legislation passed in 1983.
A limited number of copies are available
without charge. Write: Cultural Property
Advisory Committee, United States Information
Agency, Room 247, 301 Fourth Street, S.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20547.
Bruce Onobrakpeya's Sahelian Masquerades.
The African American Gallery and the City of
Charleston (SC) Office of Cultural Affairs are
offering as a loan exhibition forty-four works by
Nigerian artist Bruce Onobrakpeya available
March 1992 through December 1994. The
framed works include plastographes, plastocasts
and metal foil reliefs from Onobrakpeya's
Sahelian Masquerades series. Costs are $2,000
participation fee plus onward shipping to next
venue. For information contact: Mr. Chuma
Nwokike, Director, The African American
Gallery, 43 John Street, Charleston, SC 29403.
Telephone: (803) 722-8224.
Oceanie-Afrique Noire (OAN), New York
booksellers, have moved. The new address is: 15
West 39th Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY
10018-3806. Telephone: (212) 840-8844. FAX (212)
840-3304. OAN regularly publishes a sales
catalog of African art books. Contact Gail Feher.

News from Zimbabwe
"Zimbabwe Heritage 1991," an annual
exhibition of contemporary visual arts, was held
at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe on the
occasion of the Commonwealth Heads of
Government Meeting in Harare in 1991. The
Director's Award went to Nicholas
Mukomberanwa, one of Zimbabwe's foremost
sculptors. A catalogue of the exhibition has been
published. Contact the National Gallery of
Zimbabwe, P. O. Box 8155, Causeway, Harare,

From Africa and Latin America
Angola e a expressao da sua cultural material / by
Ana Maria de Oliveira. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:
Odebrecht, 1991. ISBN 85-85023-12-0.

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Art and Ambiguity: Perspectives on the Brenthurst
Collection of Southern African Art.
Johannesburg: Johannesburg Art Gallery [P.
0. Box 23561, Joubert Park 20044,
Johannesburg], 1991. 197pp.
Contains seven essays by Patricia Davison,
Johan van Schalkwyk, Anitra Nettleton,
Rayda Becker, Sandra Klopper, Diane Levy,
and Ann Wanless on beadwork, headrests,
pipes, snuff containers, figurative carvings,
and on issues of authenticity and tourist
Caryb* / textos, Caryb6, LUdia Besouchet, Jos6
ClAudio da Silva. Salvador- Odebrecht, 1989.
452pp. illus. (color). OCLC 22626818.
Includes many color reproductions of
Carybi's paintings of Afro-Brazilian rituals.
A Handbook of Nigerian Culture / edited by
Frank Aig-Imoukhuede. Lagos: Department
of Culture, Federal Ministry of Culture &
Social Welfare, 1991. 179pp. ISBN
I was Lonelyness: The Complete Graphic Works of
John Muafangejo; a Catalogue Raisonni
1968-1987 / compiled and edited by Orde
Levinson. Cape Town: Struik Winchester,
1992. R250.00.
Includes 261 reproductions of the artist's
graphics along with essays: "The Life and
Art of John Muafangejo," by Olga Levinson;
'"John Muafangejo," by Edward
Lucie-Smith; "On Not Being a Political
Artist...," by Pat Gilmour; "John
Muafangejo, Cubism and Traditional
African Art," by Orde Levinson; "The
Historical development of Art in Namibia,"
by Olga Levinson; "The Rorke's Drift Art
and Craft Centre," by Steven Sack. In
addition, there are interviews, statements
and published conversations of Muafangejo,
and biographical data.

From Europe and North America
Africa Through the Eyes of Women Artists / by
Betty LaDuke. Trenton, NJ: Africa World
Press, 1991. 148pp. illus. OCLC 24281599.
LaDuke has also created a series of
paintings, which she calls "Africa between
myth and reality" and has reproduced as
notecards. Of this series, she writes that her
experiences in writing the book Africa

Through the Eyes of Women Artists was a
transforming one, "her praise song to
Bildende Kunst der Gegenwart in Senegal =
Anthologie des arts plastiques contemporains au
S nigal = Anthology of Contemporary Fine Arts
in Senegal / edited by Friedrich Axt and El
Hadji Moussa Babacar Sy. Frankfurt am
Main: Museum ffir V1lkerkunde, 1989.
Text in French, English and German.
Black Critics and Kings: The Hermeneutics of Power
in Yoruba Society / by Andrew Apter.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992.
$39.95. $17.95.
Shows how Yoruba forms of ritual and
knowledge have shaped relations with the
Nigerian state.
Culture in Namibia: An Overview. Stockholm-
SIDA, 1991. Price: Rand 40.91.
Fang / by Philippe Laburthe-Tolra, Christiane
Falgayrettes-Leveau & Giinter Tessmann.
Paris: Musde Dapper, 1991. FFr 200.
Boomerang Verlag announces its latest
publication: Ibrahim Salahi, Painting in Shades of
Blackness, an exquisite portfolio of the artist's
recent work. Priced at DM 40.00, it is available
from Norbert Aas, Boomerang Verlag,
Adolf-von-Gross-Strasse 8, 8580 Bayreuth,
Federal Republic of Germany. Boomerang has
also published illustrated poetry books,
including What the Madman Said written and
illustrated by Obiora Udechukwu.
11 sud del mondo: l'altia arte contemporanea;
[exhibition] Marsala, Gallerie civica d'arte
contemporanea, 1991. Milano: Mazzotta,
1991. xxviii, 395pp. illus. ISBN 88-202-0985-3.
Lira 60,000.
Text Italian and English. See also the
critical commentary on this exhibition by
Nikos Papastergiadis, "The South in the
North," Third Text (London) 14: 43-52,
spring 1991.
Kronkronbali, Figuratieve terracotta uit west-Afrika
met cadensen vazn losi Vermeersch / with
contributions by Albert Maesen, M. G.
Mudiji, A. K. H. Abasi, V. Neckebrouck,
Arthur P. Bourgeois and Jan Cocle. Louvain:
Faculty der Godgeleerdheid, 1991. BFr 600.

ACASA Newsletter / No. 33, April 1992 9

Makisi, Nyau, Mapiko: Maskentraditionen irm
Bantu-sprachigen Afrika / by Gerard Kubik.
Munchen: Trickster Verlag, 1992.
New Currents, Ancient Rivers: Contemporary
African Artists in a Generation of Change / by
Jean Kennedy; foreword by Robert Farris
Thompson; introduction by Ekpo Eyo.
Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution
Press, June 1992. 288pp. 17 color, 200 b&w
illus. ISBN 1-56098-037-OH. $45.00.
In this posthumously published book, Jean
Kennedy surveys African art of the last
forty years, offering an expansive
perspective on the visual arts of the
continent. Just as ancient rivers flow
through the modem African landscape, so
too do the rituals and traditions of the past
run deeply through modem African art.
They help to create a vibrant synthesis
because they combine with another African
constant, the acceptance of change. The
culmination of twenty years of research,
New Currents, Ancient Rivers is the largest
survey of contemporary African art,
presenting nearly 150 artists of sub-Saharan
Africa, primarily from Nigeria, Senegal,
Ethiopia, Sudan, Zimbabwe, and South
Africa-painters, sculptors, fiber artists,
printmakers, and filmmakers. As Kennedy
examines their artistic development, she
shows the many ways the artists meld
elements from contemporary life, the legacy
of colonialism, foreign technology, the
natural world, and the past to create art
that may be divorced from the original
purposes of ritual but that still embraces
traditional rhythms. The author also briefly
discusses the influence of the oral and
literary traditions on the visual arts. An
artist, educator, and curator, Jean Kennedy
was a professor of ethnic studies at the
California College of Arts and Crafts at the
time of her death in November 1991. She
had lived in Ethiopia and Nigeria and had
promoted numerous cultural exchanges and
art exhibitions.
Palliste und GehOfte im grassland von Kamerun:
traditionelle Holzarchitektur eines
westafrikanischen Landes = Palaces and
Compounds in the Grasslands of Cameroon:
Traditional Wood Architecture of a West African
Country / by Wolfgang Lauber. Stuttgart K.
KrAmer, 1990. 84pp. illus. (pt. color), bibliog.
Text in German and English. OCLC 21906308.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology -
Harvard University. Highlights of the Collection.
Slide set no. 894. 77 slides. $160.00. Available
from: Sandak, 70 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA
Previously published slide sets from Sandak
include: Africa in Antiquity (30 slides);
African Furniture and Household Objects (40
slides); African Sculpture, 19th Century (55
slides); and African Textiles & Decorative Arts
(40 slides). Prices range from $60 to $110
per set.
People and Empires in African History. Essays in
Memory of Michael Crowder / edited by J. R
A. Ajayi & J. D. Y. Peel. London: Longman,
1991. ISBN 36 0 582 08992 2. 288pp. 36.00.
The Representation of Africa and the African in
England, 1890-1913 / by Annie E. S.
Coombes. Ph.D. dissertation, University of
East Anglia, 1987.
The Spirit's Image. the African Masking Tradition,
Evolving Continuity / by Esther A. Dagan.
Montr6al: Gallerie Amrad African Arts, 1992.
264pp. 450 b&w and 20 color photos., more
than 200 line drawings, maps. Text in
English and French. $64.00 + $4.50 shipping.
Contact: Esther Dagan, 42 Anwoth,
Westmount, Quebec, H3G 1L3, Canada.
The Yoruba Collection of William and Berta Bascom
from the Bancroft Library on Microfiche. Four
hundred and eighty-eight books and
pamphlets in Yoruba or about the Yoruba
will be available in full text on microfiche
from Norman Ross Publishing. Telephone:
Yoruba Ritual: Performers, Play, Agency / by
Margaret Thompson Drewal. Bloomington:
Indiana University Press, 1992. 272pp. $35.00
(cloth); $14.95 (paper). plus a companion
30-minute video (VHS). $29.95.
Wild Bull and the Sacred Forest: Form, Meaning
and Change in Senegambian Initiation Masks /
by Peter Mark. Cambridge; New York:
Cambridge University Press, 1992. 170pp.
ISBN 0-521-41346-X. $64.95.
10 Jahre Zimbabuwe Kunst + Geschichte / edited
by Helke Kammerer-Grothaus. Bremen:
Ubersee-Museum, 1990. 240pp. illus. (pt.
color). OCLC 24568245.

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The National Gallery of Zimbabwe announces a
new journal, Southern African Art, to be edited
by Cyril A. Rogers. Planned as a twice-yearly
publication dealing with the visual arts of
Zimbabwe and the SADACC Region, Southern
African Art will begin publishing in early 1992.
The first issue will include Joram Mariga on
"The current state of Zimbabwean sculpture";
Helen Lieros on "Zimbabwean painting now";
Ben Zulu on "Art and health"; Fiona Lloyd on
"Art as fashion"; Lisa Kondor on "New
perspectives on rock painting"; David Walker
on "The National Gallery in the 1990s "; Tony
Mhonda on "Art and the media"; Celia
Winter-Irving on "Information and non-formal
directions in art education in Zimbabwe" and
Steven William on "The art of Matebeleland."
Contact: National Gallery of Zimbabwe, P. O.
Box 8155, Harare, Zimbabwe. Telephone 704666.
Bill Karg of Contemporary African Art Gallery
in New York has started a thoughtful gallery
newsletter in which he carries forward the
informal information sharing that takes place in
his gallery. Called Contemporary African Art:
Events & Comment, the newsletter will "provide
brief and informative columns about individual
contemporary African artists..." as well as keep
the reader informed about events at the gallery.
Contact. Bill Karg, Contemporary African Art,
330 West 108th Street, New York, NY 10025.
Telephone: (202) 662-8799.
Nyame Akuma, the Newsletter of African
Archaeology, has in recent years reduced its
annual issues from two to one, and some
potential subscribers may have experienced
difficulty in obtaining copies. The Society of
Africanist Archaeologists in America has now
reformed itself as the Society of Africanist
Archaeologists and adopted Nyame Akuma as its
newsletter. The subscription rate has been set at
$20 per year ($15 for students), payable to
Steven Brandt, Center for African Studies, 427
Grinter Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville,
Florida 32611, USA. Readers who cannot obtain
foreign currency with which to pay the
subscription may still apply to receive Nyame
Akuma gratis.
Akan Studies Council newsletter, edited by Ray
Silverman, is now published annually at
Michigan State University appearing in late
summer or early fall. The newsletter contains

announcements and articles as well as a listing
of recent publications on Akan studies. For
further information or to receive the newsletter,
please contact Ray Silverman, Art Department,
319 Kresge Art Center, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI 48824. Telephone:
(517) 353-9114.
Kathy Curnow and Barbara Blackmun have
back-to-back articles in a recent issue of Allen
Memorial Art Museum bulletin, (Oberlin College,
volume 44, no. 2,1991). Curnow writes on
"Oberlin's Sierra Leonean saltcellar" and
Blackmun on "The face of the leopard: its
significance in Benin court art." Another African
ivory article, easily missed, is by Vinigi L.
Grottanelli, "Ancient African ivories and
Portuguese documents," pp. 193-205. In:
Vice-Almirante A. Teixeira da Mota in memorial.
volume 2. Lisboa: Academia de Marinha:
Institute de InvestigaCao Cientffica Tropical,
And in case you missed these -
Alexander, Caroline. "An Ideal State," New
Yorker, December 16, 1991, pages 53-88.
An entertaining and enlightening article on
teaching the classics in Hastings Banda's
Malawi and efforts to enlist the financial
support of the local Greek community.
Aniakor, Chike C. "El Anatsui: visual
incantations in wood," International Review of
African American Art (Hollywood, FL) 9 (3):
51-56, 1991.
Nwachukwu-Agbada, J. 0. J. "Mbari Museum of
Art: Covenant with a God Fulfilled,"
Anthropos (Fribourg) 86 (1-3): 207-213, 1991.
Petridis, Constantijn. "De masterkunst van de
Pende van Zaire," Nieuwsbrief-Vereniging:
Vrienden van Ethnografica (Otterlo) no. 37:
48-64, winter 1991. [on Pende masks].
Okediji, Moyo. "The Naked Truth: Naked
Figures in Yoruba Art," Journal of Black
Studies 22 (1): 30-44, September 1991.
Trigger, Bruce. "Brown Athena: A Postcolonial
Goddess?" Current Anthropology 33: 121-123,
A review of Martin Bernal's Black Athena:
The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization.

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EfelGelede Ceremonies Among the Western Yoruba,
a 30-minute VHS video by Henry Drewal, is
available for purchase. Filmed from March to
June 1971, the video documents a sacrificial
ceremony in Ayetoro, an Efe night performance
at Ketu, and afternoon Gelede performances of
makers depicting males (akogi) and females
(abogi) in the towns of Idofa, Ketu, and Idehin.
Many of these performances are discussed
and/or illustrated in the book Gelede: Art and
Female Power Among the Yoruba. The price of the
video plus shipping within the United States
(book rate) is $40. Copies will be available for
purchase at the Triennial Symposium on African
Art at the University of Iowa, or can be ordered
(pre-paid) from Henry Drewal, Department of
Art History, Elvehjam Museum, University of
Wisconsin-Madison, WI 53706.
Zaramo sculptors. Enrico Castelli of the Istituto di
Etnologia e Antropologia Culturale of the
UniversitA degli Studi de Perguia has produced
two videos on Zaramo sculptors. One features
the sculptor Hodi Mialugoma. Castelli also
wrote a related article on the subject "La
scultura tradizionale degli Zaramo (Tanzania):
valori cultural e documentazione visiva," Africa
(Rome) 46 (2): 203-223, guigno 1991. His
address: Istituto di Etnologia e Antropologia
Culturale, Universita degli Studi de Perguia, Via
dell'Aquilone, 7, Perugia, Italy.
Gerhard Kubik, who has done fieldwork in
Zambia, Angola, and Malawi, has produced
several field films. One of these films on the
nyau masquerade of Malawi (Nyau: Maskenatnze
im sUidlichen Malawi Film P 2058) is available.
through: Osterreichisches Bundesinstitut ffir den
Wissenschaftlichen Film, Schonbrunner Strasse
56, A-1050 Vienna, Austria.
For anthropology professors who want their
students to get a feel for their field, the
Smithsonian Institution's Human Studies Film
Archives is offering a series of videotaped
dialogues between professionals. The dialogues,
in which one anthropologist interviews another,
often shed light on the influence professors
have on students' decisions to concentrate on
anthropology. They also reveal anthropologists'
views on methods of research and on their
relationships with associates and field assistants.
The scientists are from all four sub-fields of the
discipline archaeological, cultural, linguistic,

and physical anthropology according to John
Homiak, director of the Human Studies Film
Archives, which keeps the tapes. Currently,
twenty-seven videotapes are available, which
run between one and two hours. They cost $40
each. For more information, contact: John
Homiak, Human Studies Film Archives,
National Museum of Natural History, Room
E307, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
20560. Telephone: (202) 357-3349.

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For an interdisciplinary course on Africa, a
professor of art history at Michigan State
University has developed an electronic archive
on the use of brass in West African societies.
Raymond A. Silverman says the archive shows
the history of the metal's use, the technology
employed in its creation and manipulation, and
the cultural and aesthetic significance of brass
objects. The archive integrates photographs,
video and film footage, maps, music, texts, and
computer-generated graphics to teach students
about the importance of the metal. Silverman
gathered most of the materials during his field
research in Ghana. He created the module on
brass, the first of several planned, largely
because many of the materials were already in
hand. "One of the major issues in a project of
this nature is copyright, and virtually all of the
sounds and images used in the development of
my module were my own," he says. For more
information, contact Ray Silverman, 103 Kresge
Art Center, Michigan State University, East
Lansing, MI 48824. Telephone: (517) 353-9114.
E-mail: BONDUKU@MSU.BITNET. excerpted
from The Chronicle of Higher Education, December
18, 1991.
Cross-Cultural CD on Silver Platter is a full-text
CD-ROM database that covers life in sixty
societies around the world in the 19th and 20th
centuries. A major reference resource for
teaching and research in the social and
behavioral sciences and the humanities, this
information is from the Human Relations Area
Files (HRAF) Archives.
Starting in 1989 SilverPlatter Information
undertook the Cross-Cultural CD project,
encompassing the publication of ten topical
databases based on extracts from over 1,000
anthropological, sociological, and psychological
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world. The ten databases cover a diverse range
of topics from Human Sexuality to Religious
By combining HRAFs information with
SilverPlatter's search and retrieval software,
students and researchers can use each database
as a "natural laboratory" for learning about the
diversity and similarity of human culture and
behavior around the world. Address:
SilverPlatter CD-ROM, 100 River Ridge Drive,
Norwood, MA 02062-5025. Telephone: (800)
343-0064. In England: 10 Barley Mow Passage,
Chiswick, London W4 4PH. Telephone: (0800)
Dance Abstracts and Index. The pilot issue of
Dance Abstracts and Index for 1989 will cover
US. English-language publications (periodical
articles, books, conference proceedings,
newsletters, theses, and dissertations) with
abstracts and subject and author indexes.
African performance and dance is included. For
further information, contact Elsie Dunin, Project
Director, Dance Database Project, Department of
Dance, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. Telephone:
(310) 206-1335. FAX (310) 470-4057.
There's still time! Indiana University Press is
offering discounts on several of their African art
backlist Sale ends June 1, 1992. Telephone:
1-800-842-6796. Backlist titles include:
African, Pacific, and Pre-Columbian Art in the
Indiana University Art Museum / essays by
Roy Sieber, Douglass Newton, & Michael D.
Coe. 1987. $20.00, sale price $ 14.00.
An Annotated Bibliography of the Visual Art of East
Africa / by Eugene C. Burt. 1980. $25.00, sale
price $2.95.
Mbari Art and Life Among the Owerri Igbo / by
Herbert M. Cole. (Traditional Art of Africa).
1982. $35.00, sale price $5.00.
Somalia in Word and Image / edited by
Katheryne S. Loughran [and others]. 1986.
$25.00, sale price $10.00.
A Treasury of African Art from the Harrison
Eiteljorg Collection / by Theodore Celenko.
1984. $57.50, sale price $20.00.


Future Conferences
Southern African Association of Archaeology
will hold its biennial meetings at the University
of Cape Town, July 1-4, 1992. Conference
themes will include, among others,
"Colonialism, Nationalism and Archaeological
Explanation," "Material Culture as Text," "Art
and Decoration." For information, contact: John
Parkington, Department of Archaeology,
University of Cape Town, Private Bag,
Rondebosch 7700, South Africa.
A call for papers on the theme "Santeria
Aesthetics in Contemporary Latino Art," for
possible presentation at a symposium to be held
in August 1992 in Atlanta. Contact: Arturo
Lindsay, Spelman College, Department of Art,
Box 296, 350 Spelman Lane, S.W., Atlanta
30314-4399. Telephone: (404) 223-7653.
Arts d'Afrique Noire announces its March 1993
colloquium on the theme of "L'artiste africain et
la creation artistique." Contact: Raoul Lehuard,
Arts d'Afrique Noire, B.P. 24, 95400 Arnouville,
France. Telephone: (1) 39-87-27-52.
The MANSA membership voted to postpone the
Bamako Conference on Mande Studies until
March 15-19, 1993. The theme of the conference
is "The Mande: Past, Present and Future."
Papers and panel suggestions may be submitted
to: Kathryn Green, Department of History, 3211
Humanities Building, University of
Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA.
Telephone: (608) 263-1800.

Conferences Past
International Conference on Culture and
Development in Africa. A two-day conference
on culture and development in Africa, held
April 2-3,1992 in Washington, D.C., was
convened to sketch out the horizons of new
actions to bring the cultural dimensions of
development into the mainstream development
paradigm, to report on current and planned
operational interventions in Africa that address
issues of cultural heritage and cultural
dimensions of development, and to sensitize
World Bank staff working on Africa about
cultural issues. Among the more than twenty
papers presented during the conference were
contributions by Claude Ardouin, of the West

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African Museums Project, Ali Mazrui, Philip
Ravenhill, Pierre de Maret, Susan Keech
McIntosh, Ann B. Stahl, and Francis Deng. Wole
Soyinka gave a keynote address. Three
publications are planned from the conference: a
monograph, the proceedings, and a handbook
on cultural heritage issues in Africa. For
information, contact: June Taboroff, Environment
Department, World Bank, 1818 H Street, N.W.,
Washington, D.C. 20433. Telephone: (202)
What Museums for Africa? Heritage in the
Future, an ICOM-sponsored conference, was
held in B&nin, Ghana, and Togo from November
18-23 1991. Under the title theme, the
International Council of Museums (ICOM)
organized three workshops in Abomey (Benin),
Accra (Ghana), and Lome (Togo) that
culminated in two days of plenary sessions in
Lomr. The encounters brought together 120
participants from forty African countries, Europe
and America.
Four clear themes emerged from the conference:
(1) The need for greater autonomy for Africa's
museums in administration and finance so as to
free them from, political and bureaucratic
problems; (2) The need for professional
exchange within Africa; (3) The need for the
reorientation of training programs for museum
technicians and curators, as well as new needs
for training in museum education and museum
management; and (4) The need for an opening
of the museum into society so as to make the
museum a real tool for public education.
Confronted more often than not with the
colonially created museum, the African museum
professionals in Lomr pledged themselves to
work toward a genuine African museology.
They seek to build for the future by critically
examining the past and by sharing across
political and linguistic boundaries the
positive results of recent experiences.
Each invited participant to the conference
prepared in advance a paper on a topic chosen
by the organizing committee. These seventy-five
papers, which served as the basis of discussion
in the three workshops, will be published in
April 1992 by ICOM. For further information
contact: ICOM, 1 rue Miollis, 75732 Paris Cedex
15, France.

The Society for African Archaweology held its
biennial conference from March 26-29, 1992 at
UCLA. Special symposia on Southern African
art, recent advances in the study of African
agricultural origins, and the archaeology of the
African diaspora were featured at the gathering.
Excursions took place to the rock art sites of
Southern California following the conference.
For information, contact: Peter Robertshaw,
Department of Anthropology, California State
University, San Bernardino, CA 92407-2397.

ACASA Newsletter seeks items of interest for
publication. Our newsletter reaches many who
are not able to attend meetings. Linking our
members via the newsletter is, therefore, crucial.
Suggested news items you can send: news of
members (job changes, new staff); activities
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Mail, phone or FAX. The next ACASA Newsletter
will be August 1992. Deadline for submitting
news items is July 15, 1992.
The Editors thank contributors to this April
issue of the newsletter including: Henry Drewal
(Madison), Dunja Hersak (Bruxelles), Barthosa
Nkurumeh (Nsukka), Paul Nchoji Nkwi
(Yaounde), Chuma Nwokike (Charleston, SC),
Kelechi Opara (Nsukka), Richard Pankhurst
(Addis Ababa), and Philip Ravenhill
(Washington, D.C.)

Janet L Stanley
National Museum of African Art Library
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C. 20560, USA
tel. (202) 357-4600, ext. 285
fax (202) 357-4879
Mary Jo Arnoldi
Department of Anthropology
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C. 20560, USA
tel. (202) 357-1396

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Rowland Abiodun
Amherst College
Department of Fine Arts
Amherst MA 01002
413-542-5801 (WORK)
413-542-7917 (FAX)

Nonni Adams
Harvard University
Peabody Museum
Cambridge MA 02138
617-495-2248 (WORK)
617-495-7535 (FAX)

Agbenyega Adedze
3550 Jasmine Ave. 83
Los Angeles CA 90034
310-280-0212 (HOME)

African Studies Association
Emery University
Credit Union Building
Atlanta CA 30322
404-329-6410 (WORK)

S. Thomas Alexander III
Alexander Gallery
4100 Laclede
St. Louis MO 63108
314-535-7730 (HOME)
314-534-8700 (WORK)

Gilbert Amegatcher
B-9 Rowe Housing
Bloomington IN 47408
812-857-4857 (HOME)

Martha Anderson
113 N. Main
Alfred NY 14802
607-871-2468 (WORK)

G.A. Anderson
Hendrix College
P.O. Box 3720
1601 Harkrider St.
Conway AR 72032
501-450-1264 (WORK)
501-450-1200 (FAX)

Mary Jo Arnoldi
Smithsonian Institution
Dept.of Anthropology NHB 112
Natural History Building
Washington DC 20560
202-244-5386 (HOME)
202-357-1396 (WORK)
202-357-2208 (FAX)
mnhano330sivm.bitnet (EMAIL)

Lisa Aronson
Skidmore College
Art Department
Saratoga Springs NY 12866
516-458-2491 (HOME)
518-584-5000 x2741 (WORK)
518-584-3023 (FAX)

Suzanne Bach
Brodie Mountain Rd.
Williamstown MA 02167
413-738-5194 (HOME)

Barbara Beall
2716 Via Anita
Palos Verdes Rst CA 90274
310-373-5851 (HOME)

James 0. Bellis
University of Notre Dame
Department of Anthropology
Notre Dame IN 46556
219-232-3438 (HOME)
219-239-5547 (WORK)

Paula Girshick Ben-Amos
Indiana University
Anthropology Department
Rawles Hall 108
Bloomington IN 47405
812-855-1041 (WORK)
812-855-4358 (FAX)
pgirshice (EMAIL)

Eli Bentor
Northwestern University
Department of Art History
Kresge Hall 254
Evanston IL 60208-2208
708-328-5708 (HOME)
708-491-8031 (WORK)
708-467-1035 (FAX)
bentorecasbah.arns.nwu.eda (EMAIL)

Lane K. Berk
Berlane Farms
11230 Greenspring Ave.
Lutherville MD 21093
410-823-3326 (WORK)

Marla C. Berns
UC-Santa Barbara
University Art Museum
Santa Barbara CA 93106
805-564-0847 (ROME)
805-893-2951 (WORK)
805-893-7206 (FAX)

Kathleen Berrin
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Dept. of Africa, Oceania, & the Americas
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco CA 94118
415-750-3617 (WORK)
415-750-7692 (FAX)

Judith Bettelheim
5308 Manila Ave.
Oakland CA 94618
510-653-1769 (HOME)
415-338-2176 (WORK)

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David Binkley
Nelson-Atkins Mus of Art
4525 Oak Street
Kansas City NO 64111
816-523-8482 (HOME)
816-751-1210 (WORK)
816-561-7154 (FAX)

Barbara W. Blackmun
9850 Ogram Drive
La Mesa CA 91941
619-461-5930 (HOME)

Theodore Celenko
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1200 West 38th Street
Indianapolis IN 46208
317-923-1332 (WORK)
317-926-8931 (FAX)

Jacqueline Chanda
5687 Saranac Drive
Columbus OH 43232
614-861-4407 (HOME)
614-292-0253 (WORK)

Letty Bonnell
2 Lakeside Drive
Greenbelt MD 20770
301-220-1752 (HONE)

Renee Boser
Museum of Ethnography
Augustinergasse 2, P.O. Box 1048
Basel 4001

Jean-Paul Bourdier
1614 6th St.
Berkeley CA 94710
715-642-4942 (WORK)

Arthur P. Bourgeois
22910 Bruce Drive
Richton Park IL 60471
708-534-5000 x2447 (WORK)
708-534-0053 (FAX)

Jean-Louis Bourgeois
P.O. Box 526
E1 Prado NM 87592
505-982-2624 (HOME)
212-674-0383 (WORK)

Sarah Brett-Smith
104 Washington Rd.
Princeton NJ 08540
609-734-0157 (HOME)
908-932-7041 (WORK)

Karen Hull Brown
P.O. Box 70
Wits 2050
011-648-0739 (HOME)

Eugene C. Burt
P.O. Box 30789
Seattle WA 98103
206-783-9580 (HOME)

Elisabeth L. Cameron
1425 S. Westgate Ave.
Los Angeles CA 90025
310-479-2096 (HOME)

Canadian Conservation Institute Library
1030 Innes Road
Ottawa Ontario KIA OC8
613-998-3721 x109 (WORK)
613-998-4721 (FAX)

Christa J. Clarke
2231 California Street,
Washington DC 20008
202-667-2596 (HOME)
301-405-1479 (WORK)

NW, Apt. 102

Herbert M. Cole
UC-Santa Barbara
Art History Department
Santa Barbara CA 93106
805-682-1809 (HOME)
805-893-3501 (WORK)

College Art Association
275 Seventh Avenue
New York NY 10001
212-691-1051 (WORK)

Priscilla Colt
45 Gramercy Park North Apt. 2C
New York NY 10010
212-982-5364 (HOME)

Michael Conner
821 West 6th Street
Bloomington IN 47404
812-334-0131 (HOME)

Jeremy Coote
41 Alexandra Road
Oxford 0X2 ODD
44-865243426 (HOME)
44-71-863-6633 x2279 (WORK)

Kellie Coaho
531 Warm Springs
Boise ID 83712
208-344-2339 (HOME)

Kathy Curnow
3233 Bradford Road
Cleveland Heights OH 44118
216-932-3213 (HOME)
216-687-2105 (WORK)

Warren D'Azevedo
University of Nevada
Department of Anthropology
Reno NV 89557
702-786-5331 (HOME)
702-784-6704 (WORK)

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Esther Dagan
Galerie Amrad
42 Anwoth
Westmount Montreal H3Y 2E7, Canada
514-931-4747 (WORK)

Patricia Darish
5825 McGee
Kansas City NO 64113
816-523-8482 (HONE)

Louis De Strycker
Av. 2, Prisonniers Politiques, bte 12
Brussels 1150
02-762-9965 (HOME)
32-2-762-9965 (WORK)
32-2-770-5528 (FAX)

William J. Dewey
2506 Princeton Road
Iowa City IA 52245-3720
319-351-3721 (HOME)
319-335-1784 (WORK)
319-335-3677 (FAX)

Susan Diduk
2727 29th St. N.W. Apt. 235
Washngton DC 10008

Michael Dorsey
East Carolina University
Office of the Dean
School of Art
Greenville NC 27858

Henry Drewal
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Art History
Elvehjem Museum
Madison WI 53706
608-233-2348 (HOME)
608-263-9362/2340 (WORK)
608-262-2150 (FAX)

Margaret Thompson Drewal
340 Diversey 81819
Chicago IL 60657
708-491-3171 (WORK)
708-491-5090 (FAX)

Martha Ehrlich
338 N. Fillmore St.
Edwardsville IL 62025
618-692-6262 (HOME)
618-692-3183 (WORK)

Joanne B. Eicher
2179 Folwell Avenue
St. Paul MN 55108
612-645-2914 (HOME)
612-624-7710 (WORK)
612-624-1750 (FAX)

Ellen F. Elsas
Birmingham Museum of Art
2000 Eighth Avenue North
Birmingham AL 35203
205-967-6508 (HONE)
205-254-2969 (WORK)

Barbara Elsbeth
64 Bradley Street
Burlington VT 05401
802-863-3109 (HOME)

Ekpo Ryo
University of Maryland
Art History Department
College Park MD 20742
301-422-4767 (HOME)
301-405-1485 (WORK)

Kate Ezra
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dept. of Primitive Art
5th Avenue at 82nd Street
New York NY 10028
212-316-5806 (HONE)
212-879-5500 x3057 (WORK)
212-472-2872 (FAX)

William A. Fagaly
New Orleans Museum of Art
PO Box 19123 City Park
New Orleans LA 70179
504-522-9142 (HOME)
504-488-2631 (WORK)
504-484-6662 (FAX)

Richard J. Faletti
326 Park Avenue 43
Clarendon Hills IL 60514
708-323-6589 (HOME)

Francine Parr
Huseum of Afro-American History
African Meeting House
46 Joy Street
Boston MA 02114
617-742-1854 (WORK)
617-742-3589 (FAX)

Gail M. Feher
Oc6anie-Afrique Noire
15 West 39th Street
New York NY 10018-3806
212-840-8844 (WORK)
212-840-3304 (FAX)

Marc Leo Felix
20 Avenue Marie-Clotilde
Brussels B-1170
32-2-6727054 (HOME)
32-2-6726176 (FAX)

Barbara Frank
SUNY at Stony Brook
Department of Art
Stony Brook NY 11794-5400
516-689-5593 (HONE)
516-632-7255 (WORK)

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Ruth Franklin
2870 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco CA 94115
415-567-4338 (HOME)
415-725-0471 (WORK)

Phyllis Galembo,
125 West 16th Street, Apt. 140
New York NY 10011
212-645-2378 (HOME)

Bernard Gardi
Museum fur Volkerkunde
Augustineagasse 2
BP 1048
4001 Basel
061-2717684 (HOME)
061-2665500 (WORK)
061-2665605 (FAX)

Mona Gavigan
Gallery Affrica
2010 R Street N.W.
Washington DC 20009

Christraud M. Geary
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave. SW
Washington DC 20560
202-863-9468 (HOME)
202-357-4600 x280 (WORK)
202-357-4879 (FAX)

Dale Carolyn Gluckman
929 Micheltorena Street
Los Angeles CA 90026
213-661-2513 (HOME)
213-857-6081 (WORK)
213-931-7347 (FAX)

Robert Goldwater Library
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York NY 10028
212-570-3707 (WORK)

Suzanne Gott
722 West 8th Street
Bloomington IN 47404
812-339-8130 (HONE)

Gilbert Graham
6 Harvard Drive
Woodbury NY 11797
516-731-7770 (HOME)

Roda Graham
6 Harvard Drive
Woodbury NY 11797
516-692-8706 (HOME)
516-463-5672 (WORK)

Rebecca Green
Indiana University
123 Fine Arts
Bloomington IN 47405
812-323-1504 (HONE)

Rosalind I. J. Hackett
University of Tennessee
Department of Religious Studies
501 McClung Tower
Knoxville TN 37966-0450
615-588-1562 (HOME)
615-974-2466 (WORK)
615-974-0965 (FAX)

Barry Hallen
Southern Crossroads, UNESCO
Via San Maurilio 24
Milano 20123
39-2-8055122 (HOME)
39-2-8053189 (WORK)
39-2-89010423 (FAX)

Judith Lynne Hanna
8520 Thornden Terrace
Bethesda MD 20817
301-365-5683 (HOME)
202-219-2266 (WORK)

Kris Hardin
University of Pennsylvania
Department of Anthropology
33rd & Spruce Streets
Philadelphia PA 19104
215-259-7237 (HOME)
215-898-4037 (WORK)

Salah Hassan
Department of Art History
606 Clemens Hall
Buffalo NY 14260
607-257-3139 (HOME)
716-636-3846 (WORK)
716-636-3888 (FAX)

Eugenia Herbert
Mount Holyoke College
Department of History
South Hadley MA 01075
413-538-2094 (WORK)
eherbertmbhc.edu (EMAIL)

Dunja Bersak
University Libre de Bruxelles
Sec. d'Histoire de 1'Art et Arch6ologie
Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 50
1050 Brussels
322-538-6027 (HOME)
322-650-2419 (WORK)
322-538-6027 (FAX)

Len V. Hirsch
25 Oakland Drive
Port Washington NY 11050-4125
516-767-9248 (HONE)

Rachel Hoffman
15915 S.W. Waluga Drive
Lake Oswego OR 97035

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Marilyn H. Houlberg
School of the Art Institute
Columbus Drive and Jackson Boulevard
Chicago IL 60603
312-666-4420 (HOHE)
312-899-5188 (WORK)
312-263-0141 (FAX)

Reinhild Janzen
Route 3, Box 50A
Newton KS 67114
316-799-2585 (HOME)
316-283-1612 (WORK)

Barbara C. Johnson
17 Marsh Drive
Hill Valley CA 94941
415-388-8514 (HOME)

Flora S. Kaplan
New York University
Program in Museum Studies
19 University Place, Suite 308
New York NY 10003
212-998-8080 (WORK)
212-995-4185 (FAX)

William Karg
Contemporary African Art
330 West 108th St.
New York NY 10025
212-662-8799 (WORK)

Ivan Karp
Smithsonian Institution
Dept. of Anthropology NHB 112
Washington D.C. DC 20560
202-537-0442 (HOME)
202-357-4733 (WORK)
mnhano29Osivm.bitnet (EMAIL)

Sydney Littlefield Kasfir
Emory University
Art History Department
Atlanta GA 30322
404-522-2805 (HOME)
404-727-6282 (WORK)
404-727-4292 (FAX)

Marie Kecskesi
Staatliches Museum fUr V61lkerkunde
Maximilian Str. 42
D-8000 Munchen 22
089-2285506 (WORK)

Carolee Kennedy
400 Seward Square SE
Washington DC 20003
202-544-2433 (HOME)
202-401-4130 (WORK)

Barry A. Kitnick
Gallery K
16133 Ventura Blvd., Suite 825
Encina CA 91436
818-907-8384 (WORK)
818-907-8953 (FAX)

Corinne A. Kratz
2733 Ordway NW 82
Washington DC 20008
202-537-0442 (HOME)
202-357-2208 (FAX)
anhano29esivm.bitnet (EMAIL)

Christine Hullen Kreamer
American Embassy/Jakarta
A.P.O. San Francisco CA 96520.
6221-7208198 (HOME)
62-21-360644 (FAX)

Betty LaDuke
610 Long Way
Ashland OR 97520
503-482-4562 (HOME)

Alisa Lagamma
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dept. of Africa, Oceania & the Americas
Fifth Avenue & 81st Street
New York NY 10028
212-595-0266 (HOME)
212-879-5500 x4065 (WORK)

Babatunde Lawal
Dartmouth College
African & Afro-American Studies Program
121 Sibley Hall
Hanover NH 03755
603-643-2163 (HOME)
603-646-1325 (WORK)

Robert S Leopold
Smithsonian Institution
Dept. of Anthropology NHB 112
Washington DC 20560
703-836-1554 (HOME)
202-357-4733 (WORK)
202-357-2208 (FAX)
mnhano32esivm (EMAIL)

Edward Lifschitz
National Museum of African Art
950 Independence Ave. S.W.
Smithsonian Institution
Washington DC 20560
202-544-0073 (HOME)
202-357-4600 X270 (WORK)
202-357-4879 (FAX)

Richard A. Long
883 Edgewood Avenue
Atlanta GA 30307

Carol Ann Lorenz
Indian Opening Road
Madison NY 13402
315-893-7296 (HOME)
315-824-7780 (WORK)

Kristyne S. Loughran
Lungarno Serristori 9
Florence 50125
39-55-2346732 (FAX)

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Peter Hark
3 Huber Manor
Middletown CT 06457
203-347-9698 (HOME)
203-347-9411 (WORK)

Nancy Ingram Nooter
5020 Linnean Avenue, N.W.
Washington DC 20008
202-966-0306 (HOME)
202-357-4873 (WORK)

Daniel Nato
4 Varmoor Place, N.W.
Calgary Alberta T3A OA1
403-286-2033 (HOME)
403-220-5251 (WORK)
403-282-6925 (FAX)

Jane Matthews
P.O. Box 23086
San Bernardino CA 92406
714-886-1998 (HOME)

Rita McCaslin
James Madison University
Art Department
Harrisonburg VA 22807

McKeldin Library
University of Maryland
Acquisitions/Serials Dept.
College Park MD 20742

John A. McKesson
880 5th Avenue
New York NY 10021
212-794-0933 (HOME)

Cory Micots
1330 West Boulevard 614C
Cleveland OH 44102

Cyril Miles
17711 Hamilton Road
Detroit MI 48203

Gordon R. Miller
6693 Windsor Lane, La Gorge Island
Miami Beach FL 33141
305-861-2022 (HOME)
305-674-2047 (WORK)

Joseph Nevadomasky
California State University
Department of Anthropology
Fullerton CA 92634-9480
714-992-4145 (HOME)
714-449-5335 (WORK)

Andrea Nicholls
1311 Delaware Avenue, S.W., Apt. S730
Washington DC 20024
202-357-4600 x234 (WORK)

Robert Nicholls
1669 Columbia Rd. N.W., Apt. 101
Washington DC 20009
202-328-1615 (HOME)
202-806-8728 (WORK)

Polly Nooter
15 Claremont Avenue, Apt. 1
New York NY 10027
212-866-8231 (HOME)
212-861-1200 (WORK)
212-879-8914 (FAX)

Northwestern University Library
Melville Hersokvits Africana Library
Evanston IL 60201
708-491-7684 (WORK)

Amir Nour
1025 East 49th Street
Chicago IL 60615

Ann O'Hear
P.O. Box 114,
Niagara Falls

Bridge Station
NY 14305-0114

Mikelle Smith Omari-Abayemi
University of Arizona
Department of Art
Tuscon AZ 85721
602-621-1251 (WORK)
602-621-1307 (FAX)

Simon Ottenberg
University of Washington
Department of Anthropology
Seattle WA 98195
206-322-5398 (HOME)
206-322-5398 (WORK)

Sharon Patton
University of Michigan
History of Art/Afro-American Studies
Ann Arbor MI
313-763-5917 (WORK)
313-764-5516 (FAX)

Barbara Paxson
1410 Lewis Avenue
St. Joseph MI 49085
616-983-5797 (ROME)

Philip M. Peek
Drew University
Department of Anthropology
Madison NJ 07940
201-822-3425 (HOME)
201-408-3383 (WORK)

Judith Perani
74 S. Shannon
Athens OH 45701
614-593-3811 (HOME)
614-593-0411 (WORK)

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Manuella Petgrave
1247 St. Anthony Avenue #1618
St. Paul MN 55104
612-646-8317 (HOME)

Merrick Posnansky
African Studies Center
Los Angeles CA 90024

Robin Poynor
University of Florida
102 FAA
Gainesville FL 32611
904-372-2499 (HOME)
904-392-9332 (WORK)
904-392-3802 (FAX)
poynorrenerva.bitnet (EMAIL)

Sharon Pruitt
300 N Horseshoe Drive
Greenville NC 27834
919-757-6563 (WORK)

Labelle Prussin
33-27 Utopia Parkway
Flushing NY 11358

Lydia Puccinelli
Smithsonian Institution
National Huseum of African Art
950 Independence Ave. S.W.
Washington DC 20560
202-484-2813 (HOME)
202-357-4871 (WORK)

Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome
University of Michigan
Dept. of the History of Art
519 S. State St.
Ann Arbor MI 48109
313-763-5917 (WORK)

Lehuard Raoul
24 Rue de Draguignan
Arnouville 95400

Victoria N. Razak
221 Washington Highway
Amherst NY 14226

Betsy Cogger Rezelman
14 Judson Street
Canton NY 13617
315-379-9484 (HOME)
315-379-5998 (WORK)
315-379-5502 (FAX)
brezgslumus.bitnet (EMAIL)

Julie Risser
2637 Pleasant Avenue So., Apt. 8
Minneapolis HN 55408
612-872-0582 (HOME)

Warren M. Robbins
530 Sixth Street S.E.
Washington DC 20003
202-547-0324 (HOME)
202-544-9352 (FAX)

Allen F. Roberts
University of Iowa
Anthropology Department
Iowa City IA 52242
319-351-1885 (HOME)
319-335-0522 (WORK)
319-335-0653 (FAX)

Eric D. Robertson
36 West 22 Street
New York NY 10010
212-675-4045 (HOME)

Arnold M. Rogoff
1040 Brica Road
Hill Valley CA 94941
415-388-9788 (HOME)
415-383-2998 (WORK)
415-338-8708 (FAX)

Doran H. Ross
Fowler Museum of Cultural
405 Hilgard
Los Angeles CA 90024
310-825-4259 (WORK)
310-206-7007 (FAX)

Christopher Roy
University of Iowa
School of Art and Art History
Iowa City IA 52242
319-354-9033 (HOME)
319-335-1777/1727 (WORK)

Karl-Ferdinand Schaedler
J.S. Bach-Str. 13
D-8012 Ottobrunan
89-271-0594 (HOME)
271-6090495 (WORK)

Bnid Schildkraut
American Museum of Natural History
Anthropology Department
Central Park West
New York NY 10024
212-362-0491 (HOME)
212-769-5432 (WORK)
212-769-5334 (FAX)

Victoria Scott
708 Don Felix
Santa Fe NH 87501
505-982-5667 (WORK)

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Thomas K. Seligman
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco CA 94305-5060
415-552-8846 (HOME)
415-725-0462 (WORK)
415-725-0464 (FAX)

Roy Sieber
Indiana University
School of Fine Arts
Bloomington IN 47405

William Siegmann
The Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn NY 11238
718-499-7841 (HOME)
718-638-5000 (WORK)
718-638-3731 (FAX)

Raymond A. Silverman
Michigan State University
Department of Art
Kresge Art Center
East Lansing MI 48824
517-336-9230 (HOME)
517-353-9114 (WORK)
517-336-1858 (FAX)
bondukulmsu.bitnet (EMAIL)

Fred T. Smith
Kent State University
School of Art
Kent OH 44242
212-678-1556 (HOME)
216-672-7853 (WORK)

Sara W. Smith
229 37th Avenue I.
Seattle WA 98112
206-329-9080 (HOME)
206-543-5240 (WORK)

Robert T. Soppelsa
1655 Illinois Street
St. Lawrence KS 66044
913-841-1935 (HOME)
913-231-1010 (WORK)
913-231-1089 (FAX)

Clarke K. Speede
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
Washington DC 20560
301-434-8163 (HOME)
202-375-4600 x237 (WORK)

Anne M. Syencer
The Newark Museum
Box 540, 43 Washington Street
Newark NJ 07101
908-561-6385 (HOME)
201-596-6663 (WORK)
201-642-0459 (FAX)

Janet Stanley
1791 Lanier Place N.W., Apt. 23
Washington DC 20009
202-357-4600 x285 (WORK)
202-357-4879 (FAX)

Christopher B. Steiner
Natural History Museum of LA County
Department of Anthropology
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90007
213-225-1053 (HOME)
213-744-3383 (WORK)
213-747-4114 (FAX)

Sasha Stollman
1143 Carroll Street
Brooklyn NY 11225
718-773-2101 (HOME)
212-769-5446 (WORK)

Zoe Strother
University of Virginia
Carter Woodson Institute
1512 Jefferson Park Avenue
Charlottesville VA 22903
804-296-0564 (HOME)
804-924-3109 (WORK)

Ilona H. Szombati
P.O. Box 70043
1005 KA Amsterdam

William E. Teel
University Prints
21 East Street, P.O. Box 485
Winchester MA 01890

Carol Thompson
Center for African Art
560 Broadway Suite 206
New York NY 10021
212-505-6557 (HOME)
212-966-1313 (WORK)
212-966-1432 (FAX)

Helaine G. Topple
25 Paerdegat 4th Street
Brooklyn NY 11236

Ethel Tracy
2472 Casitas Avenue
Athadena CA 91001

Sarah Travis
195 Claremont Avenue, Apt. 21
New York NY 10027
212-663-3348 (HOME)
212-854-4507 (WORK)

Walter Ea. Van Beek
van Kleffenslaan 133
Utrecht 3527CS
31-30-g62077 (HOME)
31-30-531865 (WORK)
31-30-53161g (FAX)

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Keratin Volker
Stresemannstr. 74, #1615
Berlin 1000-61
30-2617383 (HOME)
011-49-30-2617383 (FAX)

Made Southwell Wahlman
1125 Nowell Creek Drive
Winter Springs FL 32708
407-699-1002 (HOME)
407-825-5925 (WORK)
407-823-5156 (FAX)

Roslyn A. Walker
1301 Delaware Ave. S.W., N516
Washington DC 20024
202-484-1358 (HOME)
202-357-4600 x236 (WORK)
202-357-4879 (FAX)

Jack V. Wallinga
1235 Yale Place
Minneapolis MN 55403
612-333-5985 (HOME)

Betty Wass
University of Wisconsin
African Studies Program
1450 Van Hise Hall
Madison WI 53706
608-233-9259 (HOME)
608-262-4458 (WORK)

Virginia-Lee Webb
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York NY 10028
212-966-6140 (HOME)
212-879-5500 (WORK)
212-570-3879 (FAX)

Rosalinde G. Wilcox
10520 Draper Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90064
310-838-6737 (HOME)

Frank Willett
583 Anniesland Road
Glasgow 913 IUX
041-959-3424 (ROME)
041-307-8059 (FAX)

Sylvia H. Williams
Smithsonian Institution
National Museum of African Art
Washington DC 20560
202-357-4858 (WORK)

hans Witte
Museum Kamstraat 55
6522 GB Nijmegen
080-238930 (WORK)

Marcilene K. Wittmer
University of Miami
Department of Art/Art History
Coral Gables FL 33124
305-284-2542 (WORK)

Dolores Yonker
3512 Beverly Ridge Drive
Sherman Oaks CA 91423
818-788-7230 (HONE)
818-885-2192 (WORK)

Kenji Yoshida
National Museum of Ethnology
Senri Expo-Part, Suita
Osaka 565
0726-88-8295 (HOME)
06-876-2151 (WORK)
06-878-7503 (FAX)

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Mus6e National de Prdhistoire et
d'Ethnographie du Bardo
3 rue Franklin Roosevelt


Mr. Samuel Aco
Institute National du Patrimoine
C.P. 1267
Luanda, R.R.

Mr. Manzambi Vivu Fernando
Museu Regional do Dundo
Dundo, C.P. 54
Chitato, Lunda-Norte

Mr. Jose Garcia Lumanisakio
Museum de Angola
C.P. 1267C

Dr. Ana Maria de Oliveira
Museum Nacional de Antropologia
C.P. 2159


Dr. Alexis Adande
B.P. 1057
Porto Novo

Dr. Codjovi Joseph Adande
B.P. 03-1709

Mr. Ibare E. Bagodo
B.P. 1057
Porto Novo

University Nationale du 5Bnin
B.P. 526

Mae. Rachida De Souza
Mus6e Bthnographique de Porto Novo
B.P. 299, Porto Novo

Mr. Denis C. Dohou
Mus6e Historique
B.P. 25

Professor Paulin J. Hountondji
Interafrican Council for Philosophy
B.P. 1268

National Museum & Art Gallery
Independence Avenue
P.O. Box 114

University of Botswana Library
Private Bag 0022

Ms. Elizabeth Terry
c/o Whenwe Office Services
P.O. Box 413


Mr. Jean-Baptiste Kiethtga
B.P. 4278

Biblioth6que Universitaire
University de Ouagadougou
B.P. 7021


University Officielle de Bujumbura
B.P. 1320


Mr. Bernard Ayuk
Ministry of Information and Culture
National Museum

Dr. J. M. Essomba
Ddpartmente de l'Historire
University de Yaound6

University de Yaound6
B.P. 1312


Ms. Nuria Madrid Dos Santos
Caiza Postal 37
Vila Da R. Grande, Santo Antao


University& de Bangui
B.P. 1450


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Hus6e National du Chad
Institute National des Sciences Humaines
B.P. 503


Mus6e National du Congo
B.P. 459

Biblioth6que Universitaire
B.P. 2025


Dr. Victor Diabete
Institute d'Histoire, d'Art et d'Arch6ologie
University d'Abidjan
08 B.P. 945, Abidjan

Mr. Tiohona Houssa Diarrassouba
Institute d'Histoire, d'Art et d'Arch6ologie
University d'Abidjan
08 B.P. 945

Mus6e Nationale d'Abidjan
B.P. 1600
Abidjan 225

Mus6e National du Costume
Grand Bassam 225

Mr. Yaya Savane
Mus6e National
01 B.P. 1600
Abidjan 01


Addis Ababa University Library
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa

Mr. Degife Gabre-Tsadik
Institute of Ethiopian Studies Library
P.O. Box 1176, Addis Ababa University
Addis Ababa

Dr. Girma Kidane
Museum, Institute of Ethiopian Studies
University of Addis Ababa
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa

Dr. Richard Pankhurst
Institute of Ethiopian Studies
University of Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa

Dr. Taddesse Tamrat
College of Social Sciences
Addis Ababa University
P.O. Box 1176
Addis Ababa


Centre International des Civilisations Bantu-
B.P. 770

University Omar Bongo
B.P. 13131


Gambia National Library
Reg Pye Lane PHB

Mr. B. K. Sagnia
Vice President's Office
Oral History and Antiquities
National Museum


Research Library on African Affairs
P.O.B. 2970

Dr. James Anquandah
Department of Archaeology
University of Ghana
P.O. Box 3

Ms. Peggy Appiah
P.O. Box 829

Dr. Kwase Arhin
Institute of African Studies
University of Ghana
Legon, Accra

Balme Library
University of Ghana
P.O.B. 24
Legon, Accra

Dr. Francis Duah
Ghana National Museum
P.O. Box 3343

Dr. Joseph Nkrumah
P.O. Box 3808

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Professor Edmund Tetteh
Department of Paintings and Sculpture
University of Science and Technology


Abdourman Bignd Camara
Direction Nationale de la Culture
B.P. 617

Mus6e National du Guinea
B.P. 561

Mr. Lansana Sylla
Centre National de Documentation et
d'Information pour Ie Diveloppement
B. P. 1789


Mr. Carlos Lopes
Institute Nacional de Estudos e Pesquista
C.P. 112

Museum da Guin6-Bissau
C.P. 37


British Institute in Eastern Africa
P.O. Box 30710

Fort Jesus Museum Library
P.O. Box 82412

Ms. Esther N. Kahonge
Manyatta Arts and Designers
P.O. Box 67543

Ms. Aneesa Kassam
P.O. Box 40319

National Museums of Kenya Library
P.O. Box 40658

Kenyatta University Library
P.O.Box 43844

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Lamu Museum Library
P.O. Box 48

Dr. Kiure Francis Msangi
Department of Fine Art
Kenyatta University
P.O. Box 43844

Dr. A. Koki Musyoki
Department of Geography
Kenyatta University
P.O. Box 43844

Institute of African Studies
University of Nairobi
P.O. Box 30197

Dr. A. B. C. Ocholla-Ayayo
Kenya Archaeological & Ethnographic Research
Agency (KAERA)
P.O. Box 10614

Dr. Elizabeth C. Orchardson-Mazrui
Department of Fine Art
Kenyatta College
P.O. Box 43844

Dr. Sultan Soejee
Institute of African Studies
University of Nairobi

Dr. J. A. R. Wembah-Rashid
Institute of African Studies
University of Nairobi
P.O. Box 30197


National University of Lesotho Library
P.O.B. Rome


Africana Museum
Cuttington University College
Box 277

National Museum of Liberia
P.O. Box 101

Dr. Donna ley Klumpp
P.O. Box 526

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Mr. Jean Aime Rakotoarisoa
Musae d'Art et d'Archeologie
University d'Antananarivo
B. P. 564

Dr. J. C. Chakanza
Department of Religious Studies
Chancellor College
P.O. Box 280

Mr. C. T. Chimimba
Museums of Malawi
P.O. Box 30360
Blantyre 3

Mr. M. G. Kumwenda
Museums of Malawi
P.O. Box 30360, Chichiri

Mr. D. Humba
Museums of Malawi
P.O. Box 30360
Blantyre 3

University of Malawi Library
Chancellor College
P.O.Box 280


Dr. Alpha Oumar Konare
B.P. 1744

Mr. Georges Meurillon
Musee National
B.P. 159

Dr. Klena Sanogo
Institute des Sciences Humaines
B.P. 159

Service de Documentation
Mus6e National
B.P. 159

Mr. Hahmoud Abdou Zouber
Centre de Documentation et de Recherches
Historiques "Aimed Baba"
B.P. 14


Biblioth6que Nationale du Mauritania
B.P. 20

Centre Culturel Africain
Rue Victor Hugo
Bell Village Port-Louis
Ile Maurice (Ocean Indien)

Mr. Yves Chan Kan Lon
Mahatma Gandhi Institute


Mr. Alberto Chissano
Rua Torre do Vale; Bairro Sial, no 32

Mr. Gilberto Cossa
Museum Nacional de Arte
C.P. 1403

Museu de Historia Natural
C.P. 1780

Arquivo do Patrimonio Cultural
(Projecto ARPAC)
C.P. 1742

Department de Arqueologia e Antropologia
Universidade Eduardo Mondlane
C.P. 257

Universidade Eduardo Mondlane
Divisao de Documentacao
C.P. 1169


Mr. Frangois de Necker
Department of Fine Art
University of Namibia
Private Bag 13301
Windhoek 9000

State Museum of Namibia
P.O.Box 1203


Mr. Albert Ferral
Mus6e National
P.O. Box 248

Dr. Boub4 Gado
Institute de Recherches en Sciences Humaines
University# de Niamey
B.P. 318

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Mr. Ba Ibrahima
Service du Patrimoine MJS/C
B.P. 215

Mr. Djouldd Laya
Centre d'Etudes Linguistiques et Historiques
par la Tradition Orale
B.P. 878

Biblioth6que de la Facultd des Lettres
University de Niamey
B.P. 418


Dr. Nurudeen Abubakar
Center for Nigerian Cultural Studies
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State

Mr. Bayo Adebowale
African Heritage Research Library
P.O. Box 121
Ila Orangun, Oshun State

Mr. Nath Mayo Adediran
Cidan Makama Museum
P.O. Box 2030
Kano, Kano State

Mr. Oluremi F. Adedayo
National Museum
P.M.B. 54

Dr. C. 0. Adepegba
Institute of African Studies
Ibadan University
Ibadan, Oyo State

Mr. George B. Affia
University of Port Harcourt Library
P.M.B. 5323
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Dr. Babatunde Agbaje-Williams
Institute of African Studies
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State

Mr. Martins 0. Akanbiemu
National Museum
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Ms. Justina E. Akata
National Museum of Colonial History
P.M.B. 7116
Aba, Iwo State

Mr. Donatus M. Akatakpo
11, Bassie Ogamba Street
Surulere, Lagos

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Mr. David A. Akinpelu
National Museum
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Professor 3. J. Alagoa
P.O. Box 125
University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Mr. Zaccheus Sunday Ali
Centre for Black & African Arts and
National Theatre, Iganmu, P. M. B. 12794

Professor Bassey Andah
Department of Archaeology
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State

Dr. Chike C. Aniakor
Institute of African Studies
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Dr. F. N. Anozie
Department of Archaeology
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Ms. Chinwe F. Anyaegbuna
National Commission for Museums & Monuments
P.M.B. 1285
Enugu, Enugu State

Dr. Starling E. N. Anyanwu
National Museum
P.M.B. 036

Professor David Aradeon
Faculty of Environment Design
University of Lagos
P.M.B. 12003

Dr. David A. Areau
Department of Archaeology
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State

& Anthropology

Dr. P. S. 0. Aremu
Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State

Mr. Adebowale B. Areo
National Museum
P.M.B. 5515
Rnuwa Square
Ile-Ife, Oshun State

Mr. James.E. Arhuidese
National War Museum
Umnuahia, Abia State

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Mr. Kunle Filani
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Adeyemi College of Education
Ondo, Ondo State

Mr. Joe Eboreime
National Museum
P.H.B. 5766
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Bayero University Library
Nigeriana Section
P.M.B. 3011
Kano, Kano State

Dr. Henry Bell-Gas
Department of Creative Arts
University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Dr. Sule Bello
National Council for Arts & Culture
Iganmu, National Theatre
P. 0. Box 2959
Surulere, Lagos

University Library
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State

Professor Lucius Tokan Bentu
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State

Mr. Yashim Isa Bitiyong
School of Field Archaeology
Iffe-Ijumu, Oyi Local Government Area
Kogi State

University of Calabar Library
P.H.B. 1115
Calabar, Cross River State

Mr. B. K. Chukwuezi
Department of Sociology/Anthropology
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Unugu State

Ha. Gloria Chianu Chuma-Ibe
Centre for Black Arts and African
P.M.B. 12794

Ms. Mary 0. Coker
Old Residency Museum
P.N.B. 1180
Calabar, Cross River State

Mr. Abi A. Derefaka
University of Port Harcourt Museum
Choba, P.M.B. 5323
Port Harcourt

Dr. Chike Dike
National Commission for Nuseums and Monuments
National Museum, P.N.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Mr. Osa D. Rgonwa
Department of Fine, Applied & Performing Arts
Bendel State University, Abraka Campus
Abraka, Delta State

Hs. Violetta I. Ekpo
National Museum
P.M.B. 1109
Uyo, Cross River State

Mr. Rod Adoh Emi-Oliseyenum
Department of Fine Arts
Ogun State College of Education
P.H.B. 2118
Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State

Mr. Naikek Essien
Department of Fine Arts
Institute of Management & Technology
Enugu, Enugu State

Ms. Titi Euba
Centre for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos
Akoko-Yaba, Lagos

Mr. Patrick C. Ezeh
National Museum
P.M.B. 1585
Owerri, Imo State

Dr. C. A. Folorunso
Department of Archaeology
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State

Dr. Yaro Gella
National Commission for Nuseums & Monuments
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Reference Librarian
University of Ibadan Library
Ibadan, Oyo State

Dr. Bashir Ikara
ARE A House
Ahmadu Bello University
P.O. Box 2006
Kaduna, Kaduna State

Mr. Okay Ikenegbu
Department of Art Education
Anambra State College of Education
Awka, Anambra State

Mr. Emmanuel Arinze
National Nuseum
P.H.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Ms. Ibironke P. Ashaye
National Museum
P.M.B. 1469
Ilorin, Kwara State

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Mr. Peter Ikechukwu 0. Ikwueme
National Museum
9 Ogui Road, P.M.B. 1285
Enugu, Bnugu State

University Librarian
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State

Dr. Suleiman M. Jafar
Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies
University of Maiduguri
P.M.B. 1169
Maiduguri, Borno State

Dr. Dele Jegede
Center for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos
Akoko-Yaba, Lagos

Jos Museum
Joe, Plateau State

Mr. Kanman Kuku
Government Teachers' College
P.M.B. 1017
Wukari, Gongola State

Chandi Library
University of Lagos
Akoko-Yaba, Lagos

Mr. Sikiru Akinlabi Liasu
National Museum
P.M.B. 2031

University of Maiduguri Library
P.M.B. 1069
Maiduguri, Borno State

Marcus Garvey Uhuru Library
c/o A.H.R.L.
P.O. Box 121
Ila-Orangun, Oshun State

Mr. Lawrence C. Moore
National Museum
P.M.B. 1115
Benin City, Edo State

National Commission for Museums and Monuments
National Museum
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Mr. Barthosa Nkurumeh
Department of fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Nnandi Azikiwe Library
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Rnugu State

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Mr. Rukeae Noserime
Department of Fine Arts
Yaba College of Technology
P.M.B. 2011
Yaba, Lagos

Dr. Nwanna Nzewunwa
Department of Archaeology
University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Dr. Ade Obayeni
Department of History
University of Ilorin
Ilorin, Kwara State

Dr. Dorothy Obi
University of Nigeria
Enugu Campus Library
Enugu, Bnugu State

Mr. Tayo Obielodan
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Kwara State College of Education
Ilorin, Kwara State

Dr. Okello Oculi
Department of Political Science
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State

Mr. Law. Kester Odeyemi
National Museum
P.M.B. 1004
Oron, Akwa Ibow State

Mr. Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Dr. Olufemi Ogunyipe
Department of Modern European Languages
Ogun State University
P.M.B. 2002
Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State

Dr. J. R. 0. Ojo
Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State

Mr. Boniface Okafor
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Institute of Management & Technology
Enugu, Enugu State

Dr. Tunde Okanlawon
Faculty of Humanities
University of Port Harcourt
P.M.B. 5323
Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Mr. Moyo Okediji
Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State

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Dr. C. S. Okeke
Department of Fine and Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Naukka, Inugu State

Professor Uche Okeke
Asele Institute
P.M.B. 1001
Niao, Anambra State

Mr. Silas Okita
Centre for Nigerian Cultural Studies
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State

Dr. R. A. Olaoye
Department of History
University of Ilorin
Ilorin, Kwara State

Dr. Ola Oloidi
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Mr. Emmanuel C. Onwuzolum
Department of Seminars & Workshops
National Musena, P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos

Mr. Usebe N. Onyejekwu
National Museum
P.M.B. 2004
Abeokuta, Ogun State

Mr. B. A. Oni Orisan
University of Ilorin Library
P. M. B. 1518
Ilorin, Kwara State

Mr. Kolade Oshinowo
Department of Fine Arts
Yaba College of Technology
Yaba, Lagos

Dr. Lekan Oyegoke
Department of English
Ogun State University
P.M.B. 2002
Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State

Ms. Pat Oyelola
International School
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State

Ms. Carolyn Annanusa Panaki
National Museum
P.M.B. 102294
Makurdi, Benue State

Mr. 0. Gushem Philip
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State

Mr. Rakiya U. Shonekan
National Museum
P.M.B. 2127
Kaduna, Kaduna State

Mr. Gabriele Toambini
Italian Cultural Institute
8 Eleke Crescent, Victoria Island
P. 0. Box 1971

Mr. Samson Uchendu
Department of Fine Arts
Institute of Management & Technology
Enugu, Knugu State

Mr. Obiora Udechukwu
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State

Chief Vincent N. Ughenu
National Museum
P.M.B. 2367
Sokoto, Sokoto State

Mr. Uyilawa Usuanlele
National Council for Arts & Culture
P.O. Box 2959, Surulere

Dr. James R. Wade
P.O. Box 5441
Maiduguri, Borno State

Yaba College of Technology Library
P.M.B. 2011
Yaba, Lagos


Mr. Michel Niyibizi
Biblioth6que Nationale du Rwanda
B.P. 624

Mr. Simon Ntigashira
Musde National du Rwanda
B.P. 630

University Nationale du Rwanda
Campus de Butari Bibliotheque
B. P. 54


Dr. Claude Daniel Ardouin
West African Museums Project
B.P. 357

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Mr. Boubacar Barry
rue L.G. Damas X F
Fann Residence

Mr. Ahmed Dawalbeit
Responsable Projet Ecomus6e urbain de Dakar
ENDA Tiers-Honde
B.P. 3370

Dr. Ousmane Sow Buchard
Musde Dynamique

Dr. Massamba Lame
Hus6e d'Art Africain
IFAN, B.P. 206

eme. Mariana Mbengue
Husie d'Art Africain
B.P. 206


Professor C. Hagbaily Fyle
Institute of African Studies
Pourah Bay College

Mr. Joseph A. Opala
Department of Linguistics and African
Fourah Bay College

Sierra Leone Library Board
P.O.B. 326

Sierra Leone National Museum
Cotton Tree Building
P.O.B. 908


Mr. Ibrahim Awed
Academy of Sciences and the Arts

Mr. Aweis Amin Sheikh
National Museum of Somalia
P. 0. Box 1182

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Dr. Marion Arnold
University of South Africa
Department of History of Art and Fine Arts
Pretoria 0001

Ms. Sonia Begg
Johannesburg Art Gallery Library
P. 0. Box 23561
2044 Johannesburg

Periodicals Department
J. W. Jagger Library
University of Cape Town
Rondebosch 7700

Ms. Patricia Davison
Department of Ethnography
South African Museum
P.O. Box 61
Cape Town 8000

University of Fort Hare Library
Private Bag 1313
Alice 5700, Ciskei

Periodicals Department
Johannesburg Public Library
Market Square
Johannesburg 2001

Dr. Sandra Klopper
Department of the History of Art
University of Cape Town
Private Bag Rondebosch
Cape Town 7700

University of Kwa Zulu Library
Private Bag
Kwa-Dlangezwa via Empangeni
Natal 3880

Mrs. D6sirie Lamoral
University of Natal Library
P.O. Box 375
Pietermaritzburg 3200

Mr. Matsemela Manaka
Funda Centre
P. 0. Box 359
Orlando 1804

Natal Museum Library
Private Bag 9070
Pietermartizburg 3200

Dr. Anitra Nettleton
History of Art Department
University of the Witwatersrand
1 Jan Smuts Avenue
2001 Johannesburg

Pelmama Academy
The Trustees
P. 0. Box 3422
2000 Johannesburg

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Port Elizabeth Technikon Library
Private Bag X6001
Port Elizabeth 6000

Ms. Eleanor Preston-Whyte
Department of Social Anthropology
University of Natal
King George V Avenue

Dr. Elizabeth Rankin
Department of Art History
University of the Witwatersrand
1 Jan Smuts Avenue

Mr. Steven Sack
1 Magnet Street
Kensington 2094

University of South Africa Library
P. 0. Box 392
Pretoria 0001

South African National Gallery
Government Avenue
P.O.B. 2420
Cape Town

Dr. Robert Thornton
Department of Anthropology
University of the Witswaterarand, P.O. Wits
Johannesburg 2050

Ms. Jo Thorpe
African Art Centre
8 Guildhall Arcade
35 Gardiner Street

Mr. Christopher Till
Johannesburg Art Gallert
P. 0. Box 23561
2044 Johannesburg

Dr. J.A. Van Schalkwyk
National Cultural History Museum
P.O. Box 28088
Sunnyside 0132

University Librarian
University of the Witwatersrand
Private Bag 31550
Brasafontein, Johannesburg 2017


Mr. Sayed Mahdi Satti Salih
Ethnographical Museum
P.O.B. 178

University of Khartoum Library
P.O.B. 321

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Swaziland National Museum
P.O.B. 100

University of Swaziland Library
Private Bag


Ms. Elizabeth Dalotta
Tanzania Library Service
PO Box 9283
Dar es Salaam

Reverend Joseph Healey
Maryknoll Language School
P.O. Box 298

Professor Elias Jengo
Art, Music & Theatre Department
University of Dar es Salaam
P.O. Box 35044
Dar es Salaam

Dr. Fidelis T. Masao
Archaeology Unit
University of Dar es Salaam
P.O. Box 35050
Dar es Salaam

Dr. Henri Rahaingoson
East African Centre for Research on Oral
Traditions and African National Languages

University of Dar es Salaam Library
P.O.B. 35092
Dar es Salaam


Dr. Adimado Aduayom
D6partement d'Histoire
University& du Benin
B. P. 1515

Mus6e National de Togo
D6partement Cultural Affairs

University du B&nin Bibliothbque
B.P. 1515


Mr. Muhammed Kamoga
African Research Center for the Preservation
of Islamic Heritage
P.O. Box 9312

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Mr. Ignatius Sserulyo
Margaret Trowell School of Pine Art
Makerere University

Uganda Museum
5-7 Kira Road
P.O. Box 365


Centre de Recherches Culturelles
B.P. 276

Professor Belepe Dope Mabintch
University de Lubumbashi
B.P. 255

Institut des Musies Nationaux de Zaire
B.P. 4249

Univ. National Biblioth&que Centrale
Campus de Lubumbashi
B.P. 2896

Dr. Guy de Plaen
Mus6e National de Lubumbashi
B. P. 2375


Livingstone Museum
Mosi-oa-Tunya Road
P.O.B. 60498

University of Zambia Library
P.O.B. 32379

National Heritage Conservation Commission
Chishimba Falls Road
P. 0. Box 60124


Zimbabwe Museum of Natural History Library
Leopold Takawira Avenue & Park Road
P.O.B. 240

Mr. Peter Garlake
P. 0. Box BW 238, Borrowdale

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Regional Director
Zimbabwe Military Museum
P. 0. Box 1300

Ms. G. Huizenga
National Gallery of Zimbabwe
P.O. Box 8155, Causeway

Ms. 0. Kadenge
National Gallery of Zimbabwe Library
P.O. Box 8155, Causeway

Ms. Angeline S. Kamba
National Archives of Zimbabwe
Private Bag 7729, Causeway

Mr. R. Mahonde
National Museums and Monuments
Box 8540, Causeway

Regional Director
National Museums and Monuments
Private Bag 9158

Dr. F. Matipano
National Museums and Monuments
P.O. Box 8540, Causeway

of Zimbabwe

of Zimbabwe

Regional Director
Mutare Museum
P. 0. Box 920

Ms. Stella Nduku
Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences
Box 8006, Causeway

Dr. Robert Soper
Dept. of History, Archaeology Section
University of Zimbabwe
P. 0. B. MP 45
Mount Pleasant, Harare


National Cultural Foundation
West Terrace
St. James, Barbados

Ms. Lesley Barrow-Whatley
Barbados Museum & Historical Society
St. Ann's Garrison
St. Michael, Barbados

Dr. Charles V. Carnegie
African-Caribbean Institute of Jamaica
12 Ocean Boulevard, Kingston Mall
Kingston, Jamaica

A C A S A 1992 Directory: Africa and the Caribbean Page 36

Centre Estudios Africa Hedio Oriente
Ave 3ra 1805 e/18 y 20
Miramar, Habana, Cuba

Ha. Beverly Hall-Alleyne
Institute of Jamaica
12-16 Bast Street
Kingston, Jamaica

Edna Manley School for the Visual Arts
1 Arthur Wint Drive
Kingston 5, Jamaica

Ms. Halaika Olugbuyi
International Black Cultural Organization
Whyte Street, Sauteurs
St. Patricks, Grenada

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Kingston 7, Jamaica

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