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ACASA Newsletter
No. 42, April 1995

Containing the
Directory of Members

The Arts Council of the
African Studies Association

ACASA Board of Directors

Rowland Abiodun, President
Simon Ottenberg, Past President
Barbara Frank, Secretary-Treasurer

Directors Retiring at the Triennial Symposium 1995
Freida High-Tesfagiorgis
Nancy Nooter
Raymond Silverman

Directors Retiring at the ASA Meeting 1996
Kathy Curnow-Nasara
William Dewey
Nii Quarcoopome
Janet Stanley

Membership Information (for residents of North America, Europe, Asia):
Barbara Frank, ACASA Secretary-Treasurer
Department of Art
SUNY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400, USA.

Annual dues are $25.00, payable in January.
The ACASA Newsletter is published three times a year: April, August and

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

Cover illustration: "A finely decorated pottery dish from The Rif, Morocco" from African designs / by
Rebecca Jewell. (London: British Museum Press, 1994). (British Museum pattern books).


ACASA Newsletter

No. 42, April 1995

Letter from Rowland Abiodun, ACASA President
Dear Colleagues,
As we all look forward to a stimulating conference,
I would like to take the opportunity to express ACASA's
profound thanks to the Director of Africana Studies
Program and the Institute of Afro-American Affairs,
New York University, Professor Manthia Diawara, who
graciously accepted to co-sponsor this Triennial
Symposium on short notice. Since then, Professor
Diawara's administrative and secretarial staff have worked
long hours under great pressure of time to cope with the
enormous demands made on them to ensure the success
of our Triennial. This meeting could not have taken
place without their efforts.
We also gratefully acknowledge the support of our
host institutions, The Brooklyn Museum, The
Metropolitan Musem of Art, The Museum for African
Art, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black
Culture, and the Studio Museum in Harlem, that actively
participated in the deliberations of the Planning
Committee and made their facilities available to the
Triennial Symposium. We have also relied heavily on the
assistance of many colleagues and friends to chair
various committees which worked out innumerable details
and implemented our decisions. Among them are John
Pemberton III and Roy Sieber (Fundraising), Lisa
Aronson and Jean Borgatti (Program), Barbara Frank
(Budget), Kathleen Bickford, Vicki Rovine and Anne
Spencer (Hospitality), Carol Thompson and Kabu
Okai-Davis (Film), William Siegmann and Kate Ezra
(International Visitors), Catherine Bernard and Dorothy
Desir-Davies (Visits to Artists Studios), Gail Magaliff
Feher and Janet Stanley (Bookfair) and Glenda
Noel-Doyle and FranCois Manchuelle (Africana Studies
and Afro-American Affairs, NYU).
Other members of the Planning Committee who
have served in special capacities include Simon
Ottenberg, Tshikala Biaya, Patricia Blanchet, Mahen
Bonetti, Haig David-West, Henry Drewal, John Mason,
Tamu Al-Islam, Flora Kaplan, Alisa Lagamma, Valerie
Mercer, Michelle Parchment, Phil Peek, Helen Shannon,
Tanya Serdiuk, Tom Shaw, and Skoto Aghahowa. We
appreciate deeply the time and consistent work that these
dedicated people have put into making this symposium a
ACASA would also like to put on record its special
gratitude to the following bodies and institutions for their
support of The Tenth Triennial Symposium: African Arts,



Letter from the President
Triennial Events
Board Elections
ASA Meetings, Orlando
Book Distribution Program
Housing Exchange
People in the News
Career, Research and Publishing
International News Round-Up
Noteworthy New Publications
Serial Notes
African Art on the Internet
Forthcoming Conferences
1995 Directory of ACASA Members
North America, Europe, Asia,
and Australia
Africa, the Caribbean, and
South America

the African Studies Association, Amherst College, The
Newark Museum, Oceanic-Afrique Noire, Philip Morris
Companies Inc., the Social Science Research Council,
State University of New York at Stony Brook, and the
United States Information Agency. Holding The Tenth
Triennial Symposium in New York is financially
challenging. We wish to thank the following individuals
for their prompt and generous responses to the ACASA
fundraising appeal: Charles Benenson, Charles and Kent
Davis, Jonathan Demme, Drs. Daniel and Miriam
Malcom, Roger Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Smiley, Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Solow, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Faletti,

ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995

Marc Fl6ix, Nancy Ingram Nooter, Mr. and Mrs.
William Ziff, Dr. Oliver E. Cobb, Ossie Davis and Ruby
Dee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Kenney, Genevieve McMillan, Mary Jo Sheppard, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Wardwell, Tom Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.
James Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brandt, and Thomas G.
B. Wheelock.
We thank you all for your invaluable support and
look forward to seeing you at the symposium.

Tenth Triennial Symposium on African Art,
April 19-23, 1995
Reminder: All Chairs, Presenters, and Discussants must
be ACASA members in good standing and registeredfor
the conference. Pre-registered participants may pick up
registration packets at the on-site registration desk (place
and times listed below). On-site registration fees are as
follows: $100 Non-members, $75 Regular Members, $40
Student, $40 Daily. Registration will take place in the
Loeb Student Center, 566 LaGuardia Place (Washington
Square South between Thompson and LaGuardia) on the
New York University campus, at the following times:
Wednesday, April 19 2:30-6:30

Thursday, April 20 8:30-5:00

Friday, April 21 9:00-5:00

Saturday, April 22 9:00-3:00
Opening Reception, Wednesday, April 19th. The
Opening Reception of the Triennial will be at the
Museum for African Art (539 Broadway) on Wednesday
evening, 7:00-9:00 pm with welcoming remarks planned
for 8:00 pm.

ACASA-Triennial Bookfair, organized by Gail Feher,
will feature hundreds of new and out-of-print books on
the art, anthropology, culture, history, literature, and
politics of Africa and the African Diaspora. It will be
set up at the Museum for African Art, 593 Broadway
(between Prince and Houston) and will be open these
Wednesday, April 19th 7:00 to 9:00
during opening reception.

Thursday, April 20th 11:00 to 5:00

Friday, April 21st 11:00 to 5:00

Saturday, April 22nd noon to 5:00

Sunday, April 23rd noon to 3:00
Participating book dealers include: Black Book Plus,
Harmer Johnson Books, Nkiru, and OAN/Oceanie
Afrique Noire.

ACASA Awards Banquet, Saturday, April 22nd. The
1995 ACASA Leadership Awards will be presented to
Robert Farris Thompson and Frank Willett at the
banquet on Saturday night at The Brooklyn Museum.
The recipient of the 1995 Arnold Rubin Outstanding
Publication Award will also be announced at the banquet.
Reception and viewing of the newly re-installed African
and Pacific galleries will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by
a buffet dinner catered by Dee Dee Dailey featuring an
array of African and Afro-Caribbean cuisine. Banquet
tickets ($40) must be purchased or reserved by Friday,
April 14 (one week before the symposium). Round-trip
bus tickets from Broadway and Houston (near NYU and
The Museum for African Art) to The Brooklyn Museum
may also be purchased at $5.00/person. Contact Barbara
Frank (516) 632-7255. Fax: (516) 632-7261. e-mail:
bfrank@ccmail. sunysb. edu.

ACASA Travel Awards. The ACASA Travel Awards
Committee is pleased to announce that modest travel
stipends have been awarded to: Rory Bester (Graduate
Student/South Africa), Rita Laura Segato and Jose
Jorge de Carvalho (Brazil), Everlyn Nicodemus
(Tanzania), Obiora Udechukwu (Nigeria), Anna Wexler
(graduate student) and Lionel Hogu (graduate
student/Haiti), Margo Timm (Namibia) and Joseph
Adande (B6nin). These awards were made possible by
reserving the registration fees from the 1993 Triennial in

African Art in the Electronic Era. New York
University Teaching and Learning Resources staff are
preparing for a small group of ACASA members to meet
at one of the computer labs during the Triennial
Symposium to demonstrate and discuss their current
electronic publication projects. Demonstrations will
include interactive African art CDs, World Wide Web
sites, computer-based lecture systems, and Internet based
distance-learning proposals. The session is scheduled for
Friday, April 21st from 9:30-11:00. Attendance will be
limited to those prepared to discuss recent or proposed
projects. From reservations and more information,
contact Michael Conner at (812) 334-0131, or e-mail:

Triennial Hotel Information. Apologies to those who
may have tried the phone number printed on the flyer
for the Washington Square Hotel and got a passer-by at
one of New York's finest subway stations. The hotel's
new number is: (212) 777-9515. As of March 15th,
there were rooms available at the Washington Square
Hotel, though at a higher rate than the limited number
we were able to block at a discount. The Excelsior -
(212) 721-9200; fax: 212) 721-2994 also still has
rooms at a good price. The limited number of rooms at
the New York University Guest Suites have all been

2 ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995

Triennial Travel InformaTion. American Airlines is
proud to be the official carrier of the Triennial
Symposium on African Art. Save 5% on lowest
applicable fares (some restrictions apply), or save 10%
on lowest unrestricted coach class fares (with seven-day
advance purchase) into JFK, LaGuardia or Newark.
Travel between April 16-26, 1995. For lowest fares on
any airline, call Conventions in America at
1-800-929-4242, the official travel agency for the
Triennial and ask for Group #382. Receive free flight
insurance of $100,000 and a chance to win free travel
worldwide. If you call American Airlines direct at
1-800-433-1790, ask for starfile # S1245UF.
Ground Transporation: From from JFK and
LaGuardia airports: Carey Bus Company [Telephone:
(718) 632-0500)] provides service every 20-30 minutes to
mid-town Manhattan, including stops at Grand Central
Station (where you can link up with subway or a cab)
and various big hotels (Hilton, Sheraton, etc).
$13.00/one way from JFK, $9.00/one way from
LaGuardia. Approximate cab fares to Excelsior from
JFK $40-50, from LaGuardia $30-35; to Washington
Square Hotel from JFK $25-30, from LaGuardia $18-20.
From Newark, NJ: Bus called "Olympia" goes to the
World Trade Center, downtown Manhattan. $7.00/one
way. Runs every 30 minutes. For further information,
call 1-800-AIRRIDE.

New York Events Coinciding with
the Triennial
African Film Festival at the Brooklyn Museum.
"Apartheid Framed: South Africa on Film, 1948-94" is
the theme of the spring film festival to be held in the
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium at the Brooklyn
Museum. The screenings scheduled during the Triennial
"Dry White Season" (1989). Directed by Euzhan
Palcy. 106 minutes. Friday April 21, 7 p.m.

"The Penality Area" (1994-1995). Part of the series
"Ordinary People." Directed by Clifford Bestall. 26
minutes. Saturday, April 22, 2 p.m.

"My Country, My Hat" (1981). Directed by David
Bensusan. 86 minutes. Saturday, April 22, 2 p.m.

"In Darkest Hollywood: Cinema & Apartheid"
(1992). Directed by Peter Davis and Daniel
Riesenfeld. 120 minutes. Sunday, April 23, 2 p.m.
For more information, contact Brooklyn Museum at
(718) 638-5000, extension 230.

"The Sculpture of Sokari Douglas Camp" opens on
April 13th at New York's Contemporary African Art
Gallery. The exhibition will be a one-woman show of the
sculpture of Nigerian artist Sokari Douglas Camp. She
was seen in the National Museum of African Art show

"Echoes of the Kalabari" in 1988-89 and in the Museum
of African Art's first contemporary show "Africa
Explores" in 1991. Such pieces as "Cheering Woman"
and "Clapping Girl" promise an exuberant welcome to
all who come. There will be a special reception for
Triennial participants on Saturday, April 22, 3:30-5:30
p.m. Additional gallery hours during the ACASA
Triennial are Wednesday, April 19th, 12:00 to 18:00 and
Sunday, April 23rd, 12:00 to 16:00. For information,
contact Bill Karg, Contemporary African Art Gallery,
330 West 108th Street #6, at Riverside Drive, New
York, NY 10025. Telephone: (212) 749-8848; (212)

Uli Artists at Skoto Gallery. "Ul/ Art: Master Works/
Recent Works" opens at Soho's Skoto Gallery on
Friday, April 21st. Triennial participants are invited to an
opening reception from 6:00 till 9:00 at the Gallery
located at 25 Prince Street. The exhibition features
artists from the University of Nigeria's "Nsukka School"
- Tayo Adenaike, El Anatsui, Chike Aniakor, Obiora
Anidi, Benjo Igwilo, Marcia Kure, Barthosa Nkurumeh,
Sylvester Ogbechie, Chijoke Onoura, Chika Okeke,
Uche Okeke, Ego Uche-Okeke, Obiora Udechukwu, and
Chinwe Uwatse. Chike Aniakor will give a talk and lead
a discussion at the Gallery on Saturday, April 22nd at
4:00 p.m. on the subject of "Uli: a return to tradition."
For information, contact: Skoto Gallery, 25 Prince
Street, New York, NY 10012. Telephone: (212)
226-8519. Fax: (212) 334-1245.

African Burial Ground. During your visit to New York
City for the Triennial or at some other time, you might
wish to take advantage of the following programs on
African American history in New York City. The Office
of Public Education and Interpretation of the African
Burial Ground offers no-cost educational programs on
the African Burial Ground and Five Points
Archaeological Projects, Monday-Friday, 12 noon-4:00
pm. If interested, contact the Project at 6 World Trade
Center, U.S. Custom House, Room 239, New York, NY
10048. Telephone (212) 432-5707 or fax: (212) 432-5920.
There are Black History Tours of Old New York on
various topics at different times offered by urban
anthropologist Dr. Sherrill D. Wilson. Telephone: (914)
966-1246. If there is interest in scheduling a presentation
Wednesday afternoon April 19th for Triennial
participants, contact Barbara Frank at (516) 632-7255 or
Carol Thompson at (212) 966-1313, extension 111.

1995 Election of Directors of the
Nominations to the ACASA Board of Directors:
Statements of Candidates
(N. B. Elections will take place at the ACASA business
meeting, Saturday, April 22, 3:00-5:00 p.m.)

ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995

Jean Borgatti -
As African Art Studies evolves in several different
disciplines, ACASA assumes even greater importance as
an organization facilitating the exchange of practical
information, fostering scholarly exchange in both formal
and informal settings at ASA and Triennial conferences,
and as an advocate against marginalization by
securing affiliate status the official organizations of our
respective parent fields, such as the College Art
Association for Artists and Art Historians, and assuring
representation at their annual meetings. As a member of
the community of those involved in African art studies, I
support an agenda of inclusiveness rather that
exclusiveness as the program for the 1995 Triennial
demonstrates and seek to continue working to bridge
the gap between my area of study and my Euro-centric
discipline. I cite my work on African portraiture as a
case in point.
Eugenia Herbert
As an historian I welcome the opportunity to be a
candidate for the ACASA Board because I am committed
to a truly interdisciplinary approach to African studies.
My own work has benefitted enormously from close
contact over the years with scholars of African arts, and
I believe African art studies have been enriched by their
openness to the range of social scientific as well as
humanistic disciplines. If elected, I would hope to
encourage and expand this dialogue.
Dele Jegede
It is indeed a great honor to have been nominated to
serve on the ACASA Board. If elected, I promise to
dedicate myself to the pursuit of those goals and
principles that best serve the best interests of ACASA.
Christine Mullen Kreamer
I am honored to be nominated to serve on the
ACASA Board of Directors. I have long enjoyed the
benefits of ACASA membership, and I welcome the
opportunity and the challenge to help our organization
grow and better serve its membership. Through our
publications exchange program, our work with museum
and conservation training activities, and our efforts to
support African attendance at scholarly meetings, ACASA
has taken a leadership role in strengthening links
between African and Africanist scholars in the United
States and Africa. I would expect to help ACASA
continue this important work and to expand our contacts
both in the U.S. and abroad. I know we are facing some
challenges regarding ACASA's level of membership
within the African Studies Association. The nature of
our continuing membership within ASA may well be one
of the tasks of the 1995 ACASA Board.
Beyond these thoughts, however, I don't have a
particular platform or agenda to pursue. In truth, I have
allowed past ACASA Board members to "take care of
business." Now, it's my turn to support an organization
that has offered so much over the years -

communication with colleagues, updates on recent
research, calls for papers and panels, schedules for
conferences, grant information, and so much more.
If elected, I will bring to the Board excellent
organizational skills, a high level of personal initiative,
solid team work abilities, and a true commitment to
work in whatever capacities best serve the organization.
I welcome the opportunity to serve you and this
marvelous organization. It is a great honor to be
considered for the ACASA Board, and I accept the
nomination with equally great pleasure.
Rosalinde Wilcox
It is with a great deal of pride and pleasure that I
accept the nomination to the board of the Arts Council
of ASA. I have participated in ACASA for several years
and have found its panels and other activities to be
helpful to my research and teaching. Now I am willing
and committed to assist the organization as a Board.
member. ACASA's role in research and communications
support to African and African diaspora scholars and
artists, both nationally and internationally, is vital to all
of us. I look forward to serving the needs of ACASA in
any capacity deemed beneficial to the goals of our

1995 African Studies Association Meetings,
Orlando, Florida
The 1995 annual meetings of the African Studies
Association will convene at the Hyatt Orlando Hotel,
November 3rd-6th in Orlando, Florida.
ACASA is proposing a roundtable entitled: "ACASA
Dialogues on Ethics." Chair: Mary Jo Arnoldi
(Smithsonian Institution); co-chair: Warren d'Azevedo
(University of Nevada, Reno). The two principal
presenters are: Ekpo Q Eyo (University of Maryland at
College Park), "Principles and Responsibilities of
ACASA Members" and Philip Ravenhill (National
Museum of African Art), "ACASA and the Question of
a Code of Ethics"
As an ACASA-sponsored roundtable, this is the first
in a continuing program of open forums which ACASA
plans to conduct at this and forthcoming meetings. Each
roundtable will focus on specific issues of ethical
standards and professional responsibilities presented for
discussion by two or more members of ACASA actively
involved in the fields of African art scholarship,
education or curation. These presentations and the
discussions will be summarized in the ACASA newsletter
and on-going critical dialogue will be encouraged. Eyo
and Ravenhill have agreed to present brief papers and
lead general discussion at the proposed roundtable in
In addition, Bill Dewey is proposing a panel on
"Negotiating Identities: The Arts of Southeastern Africa."

4 ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995

ACASA Book Distribution Program
The following publications were sent in January 1995.
Culture and Development in Africa: Proceedings of an
International Conference. Culture et Ddvelopement
en Afrique; Actes de la Confirence Internationale;
organized by the World Bank in Washington, 2-3
April 1992 / under the direction of Ismail
Serageldin and June Taboroff (1994). Courtesy of
the World Bank.

Creative Impulses / Modern Expressions: Four African
Artists: Skunder Boghossian, Rashid Diab,
Mohammed Omer Khalil, Amir Nour; [exhibition]
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell
University, January 30-March 13, 1993 / essay by
Salah Hassan (1993). Courtsey of Salah Hassan.

Spirits Without Boundaries = Les Esprits Sans Fronti&re:
lTenty-six Terracotta Single Heads from Komaland,
Ghana = Vingt-six statuettes de terre cuite a une
tete de Komaland, Ghana / by Esther Dagan
(1989). Courtesy of Galerie Amrad African Arts
and Esther Dagan.
The following publications were sent in March 1995:
African Arts (Los Angeles) volume 27, no. 3, July 1994.
Courtesy of Doran Ross and the African Studies
Center, UCLA.

The Self and the Other: Personhood and Images among
the Baule, C6te d'lvoire / by Philip L. Ravenhill
(1994). Courtesy of the Fowler Museum of
Cultural History, Los Angeles.

Visions of Africa: The Jerome L. Joss Collection of
African Art at UCLA / edited by Doran Ross
(1994). Courtesy of the Fowler Museum of
Cultural History, Los Angeles.

Ethiopia: Traditions of Creativity (1994). Courtesy of
Raymond Silverman and Michigan State University.

Mohammad Omer Khalil, Etchings; Amir 1. M. Nour,
Sculpture / by Sylvia Williams (1994). Courtesy of
the National Museum of African Art.

ACASA Housing Exchange
ACASA members may offer their houses or apartments
to other members while they are on leave and/or may
find housing for temporary stays in other locations.
Members need not be in search of housing to offer
housing, nor need they offer housing as a prerequisite
for searching for housing. To offer a house or
apartment, send name, address, telephone number, dates
of availability, and any other specifications to: Fred
Lamp, 3724 Ednor Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21218.
Only the name of the city, type of accommodations, and
the dates available will be published in the ACASA
newsletter. To insure security, no names, addresses, or
telephone numbers will be published.

To respond to a temporary housing offer, send
name, address, telephone number, and dates you are able
to occupy the premises of the respective listing, to:
Housing Offer (and name of the city), c/o Fred Lamp,
3724 Ednor Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21218. All
responses recieved with the address listed as above will
be forwarded to the respective house or apartment
offerer. Those sent without the appropriate address
heading will be returned to sender or discarded. Please
keep in mind that four weeks normally expire between
the newsletter deadline and its receipt in the mail.

Chike C. Aniakor, who is currently a Senior Fellow at
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, wishes to maintain
contact with colleagues for the purposes of conference,
speaking and art exhibition invitations. His contact
address: Department of Africa, Oceania and the
Americas, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth
Avenue, New York, New York 1000-0198. Telephone:
(212) 879-5500 extension 2155. Fax: (212) 570-3879.

Kathleen Bickford, currently Research Assistant in the
Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the
Americas at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, has been
appointed Assistant Curator of African Art at the Art
Institute of Chicago. She will take up appointment on
May 30, 1995.

Bucknor K. Dogbe, Ghanaian sculptor and faculty
member at the University of Science and Technology,
Kumasi, is a Fulbright scholar at Winston-Salem State
University for academic year 1994-1995. At Kumasi, he
teaches design and general art studies in the College of
Fine Art.

Frank Herreman has been appointed director of
exhibitions at the the Museum for African Art, New
York. He is currently associate director of the Historical
Museums of the City of Antwerp, and head of the
Antwerp Museum of Ethnography in Belgium. Most
recently he curated "Face of the Spirits," an exhibition
of Zairian masks that was featured at the National
Museum of African art, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC.

Keith Nicklin has left his position at the Horniman
Museum, London. His new address is: 23 Church
Street, Bromyard, Hereforshire, HR7 4DP, ENGLAND.

Osaga Odak, University of Nairobi, also received a
Fulbright scholarship for the 1994-1995 academic year,
which he is spending at Northwestern University.

Vicki Rovine has been appointed curator of African,
Oceanic and New World Art at the University of Iowa
Museum of Art. She takes up new her position on April
1, 1995.

ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995 5

Grace C. Stanislaus, 36, formerly director of the Bronx
Museum of the Arts, has been named executive director
of the Museum for African Art, New York. She
assumed her position in February 1995, replacing Susan
Vogel, the Museum's founder and former director.
Shortly after receiving her master's degree in art history
from Columbia University, Stanislaus joined The Studio
Museum in Harlem as a curator, where she served from
1983 to 1992. While there, she organized a traveling
exhibition of contemporary African art, "Contemporary
African Artists: Changing Tradition," and curated the
first exhibition of African art at the 1990 Venice

Gwilym Iwan Jones (1904-1995). G. I. Jones arrived as
an Assistant District Officer in Eastern Nigeria in 1926
and he later became a District Officer in Bende and
adjacent divisions of Owerri Province. He soon became
aware that Christianity and commerce were undermining
the rich ceremonial culture based around masquerades.
When he had been at Oxford, tribal art had just been
"discovered" and there was a chance to learn,
photograph and collect it. His growing interest in
anthropology led him to use part of two leaves to take a
certificate in anthropology at Oxford. Leaving the
Colonial Service in 1946, he became a lecturer in the
Department of Social Anthropology at Cambridge. Thus,
at the age of 43, he started a second career.
He was an man whose scholarship grew from a
deep personal empathy with the peoples of Eastern
Nigeria, the product of many years of living among
them. His publications on the Igbo, Ibibio, and Efik
were extensive. Foremost among these were the masterly
enthography The Ibo and Ibibio Peoples of Eastern
Nigeria (1950), co-written with Daryll Forde. His
well-researched book The Trading States of the Oil
Rivers (1963) acquired a classic status for scholars
interested in the Niger Delta. His love and understanding
of the material culture of Eastern Nigeria were
illustrated in his book, The Art of Eastern Nigeria
(1984). He amassed a collection of Igbo and Ibibio
masks and donated items from his personal art collection
to museums. His realization that these cultures were
undergoing dramatic changes, particularly with regard to
traditional ritual, led him to take a course in
photography. The result, his photographic archive of Ibo
and Ibibio masquerades, provides a unique record of a
central institution in the life of Eastern Nigeria in the
1930s. He later joined with Kenneth C. Murray to
survey, collect, and photograph the masks and sculpture
of Eastern Nigeria.

Gani Odutokun (1946-1995). The Nigerian artist, Gani
Odutokun, is dead. Odutokun died in a ghastly motor
accident on the 13th of February, 1995, with Esther

Onyilo, a sculptor, Hattie Hilliard, a Fulbright Scholar,
and Mallam Samaila Abdu, a technician in the
Department of Fine Arts. They met their death on their
way back to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, following
the opening of an exhibition in Lagos.
Gani Odutokun was born in 1946 and since his
graduation in 1975 from Ahmadu Bello University, he
had been the motivating spirit behind the Zaria school of
painting. His outstanding career made him one of the
most important Nigerian artists since the mid-1970s. His
openness to diverse stylistic influences from within and
without Africa; his supreme draughtsmanship; his
powerful brush work and his experimental liquidized oils
created a new formal tradition, especially among the
younger generation of painters from Zaria and elsewhere
in Nigeria.
Apart from his impressive paintings and sculptures,
Odutokun will be remembered for his unrelenting efforts
to insist on healthy professionalism and sound critical
standards for modern Nigerian art. This was the reason
why he, with four younger artists from Zaria, founded
The Eye, which is the only extant journal on
contemporary art in Nigeria contributed by Chika
Jo Thorpe, founder and retired director of the African
Art Centre in Durban, South Africa, died in February

Art Historian, University of the Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg. A vacancy in the History of Art
Department will be advertised in April/May 1995, for an
art historian with a primary specialization in African art,
but who will be able to teach other areas, such as
European and/or Indian art. The post will be advertised
at lecturer level MA or PhD required. Tenure track
and benefits. For more information contact Anitra
Nettleton at the ACASA Triennial, or Fax South
Africa 011-716-3863, or e-mail:

Curatorial Internship, Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis. A one-year grant-funded internship that
offers experience working with a major collection. The
program goal is to support the professional growth and
development of beginning scholars and encourage greater
diversity within the museum field. The intern will work
with the curatorial staff on exhibitions and programming
related to the permanent collection including research,
preparing interpretive materials and exhibition
installation. We are seeking applicants who are recent
graduates with a bachelor's or master's degree in art
history, anthropology, ethnic studies, or museum studies.
To enhance the program goal to promote diversity in the

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arts, Walker is especially interested in applicants with
experiences in Asian, African American, Native
American, Hispanic or other diverse cultures or
experience working with the arts of such cultures.
Experience with new or untraditional museum audiences
desired. Excellent salary, benefits, and travel allocation.
For consideration, send letter of interest, resume/vitae,
three letters of reference, transcripts and writing sample
by May 5, 1995 to Human Resources, Walker Art
Center, Vineland Place, Minneapolis, MN 55403.

Grants for Bead Research. The program of grants for
bead research offered annually by the Bead Society of
Greater Washington is now in its fourth year. Among the
recipients in 1994 was Sarah Winters, who was awarded
$550 for photography in connection with research on the
Arkell Collection at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford,
with a view to publishing a pamphlet illustrating the
movement of beads in West Africa.
For an application and proposal guidelines, write to
the Grants Committee of the Bead Society of Greater
Washington, PO Box 70036, Chevy Chase MD
20813-0036, USA. The deadline for return of completed
applications is September 15, 1995. Grants will be
awarded in January 1996.

NEH Fellowships support 6-12 months of full-time,
uninterrupted study and research for projects that will
make significant contributions to the humanities. NEH
fellowships can be used to work on books, monographs,
series of articles, and interpretive catalogues to
accompany exhibitions. There are two competitions for
the fellowships: one for scholars in undergraduate
colleges and universities, independent scholars, and for
scholars associated with such institutions as museums,
libraries, and historical societies; the second for scholars
at PhD granting institutions. For information, contact
Division of Research Programs, National Endowment
for the Humanities, Room 316, 1100 Pennsylvania
Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20560. Telephone: (202)
606-8466. Deadline: May 1, 1995.

New PhD Program in African Art History at CUNY.
The City University of New York Graduate Center has
added a specialization in the arts of Africa,
pre-Columbia, Pacific Islands and North America. For
information, contact Rose-Carol Washton Long, PhD
Program in Art History, Graduate School and
University Center of the City of New York, 33 West
42nd Street, New York, NY 10036. Telephone: (212)

College Art Association 84th Annual Conference,
Boston, February 21-24, 1996: Call for Participation.
Proposals, sent to session chairs, must be received by
May 18, 1995. CAA membership is required of all
participants except foreign nationals residing abroad or
independent artist/scholar with no affiliation. For

information, contact College Art Association 275
Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001, USA.
ACASA's sponsored panel is: "Approaching the
Millennium: Subverting the Western/Non-Western
Dichotomy." Chair: Barbara Frank, Department of Art,
State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony
Brook, NY 11794-5400. Telephone: (516) 632-7255.
FAX: (516) 632-7261. e-mail: bfrank@ccmail.sunysb.edu
The notion of contrast between Western and
non-Western artistic expression is currently being
challenged by artists and contemporary cultural practices.
Some recent exhibitions have blurred distinctions by
pairing "traditional" art forms with those of
contemporary artists as counterparts in a visual and
conceptual continuum. Others seem to be as much about
creating a sense of spirituality by recontextualizing
sacred objects as about the aesthetic drama of
performance and installation in a contemporary museum
setting. Another trend is the rejection of assumptions
that privilege Western dominance in the global artistic
arena. This view holds that, in conception and
execution, the work of contemporary non-Western artists
is more grounded in artists' particular cultural
backgrounds, than in attempts to emulate a Western
idiom. Furthermore, scholars exploring "traditional"
artistic practices are becoming increasingly aware of a
self-consciousness inherent in the internal dynamics of
performance and presentation that does not owe
innovation and creativity to cultural encounters with a
hegemonic West. The panel will explore approaches that
reject Western oppositional and hierarchial paradigms in
favor of more diversely situated perspectives.
Among the other panels seeking presenters are:

"Upstream: Theoretical Headwaters of the Craft
Arts." Chair: Anna Faiello, University Galleries,
Radford University, Box 6965, Radford, VA 24142. Fax:
(703) 831-6313; e-mail: afariell@ruacad.acrunet.edu
During the last decade writers and scholars,
attempting to apply mainstream critical theory to
nonmainstream artworks, came to the consensus that
some objects need their own language in order to be
understood on their own aesthetic terms. Papers for this
session will suggest new ways of looking at and
analyzing works of art in particular, human-scale
objects that we know as craft to purposefully develop
such a theory. Suggested points of analysis include
history, function, meaning, communications, perception,
experience, process, materiality, and tactility. Questions
that could be addressed include: (1) What formulates our
attitudes and the values that we assign to objects? (2) Is
there a collective meaning inherent in crafts? (3) Do
craft objects communicate with the viewer in ways
different from "fine art"? (4) What roles do process,
materiality, and tactitlty play in appreciating an object?
(5) Are there other, more definitive criteria we can use
to establish a more inclusive art theory? (6) Is a more
inclusive art theory possible and/or desirable?

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"Diaspora and Modern Visual Culture." Chair:
Nicholas Mirzoeff, Department of Art History,
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 800 University
Avenue, Madison, WI 53706.
Recent work in cultural studies has argued that
modernism was not formed only in Western capitals, but
in a series of engagements between colonial and
postcolonial "margins" and the metropolitan "center."
This session will consider what role art historians should
play in this important re-evaluation of modernism. It
provides a forum for discussing the visual cultures of
diaspora peoples and for rethinking the work of already
recognized diaspora artists in methodological,
disciplinary, and historical terms. The notion of diaspora
visual cultures questions art history's traditional division
of subject matter by nation-state. Should we dispose of
the distinction between "Western" and "non-Western"
art? How should art historians engage with the hitherto
marginalized experiences of diaspora cultures? Examples
of specific historical studies might include the visual
cultures of the African diaspora, carnival and other
traveling performance, the dissemination of visual culture
across the Atlantic, and the nature of Jewish art. The
session will seek to cross cultural and scholarly divides.
Papers that combine theoretical insight with historical
research will be particularly welcomed.

"Hostage Crises: Contemporary African Art in
Bondage." Chair: Nkiru Nzegwu, Department of Art
History, Binghamton University, State University of New
York, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000.
For over two decades, from 1970 to 1994,
innovative stylistic developments have taken place in
contemporary African art, shifting and redefining goals,
the nature of public presentation, and the question of
who counts as an "artist." Radically politicized, artists
of the over fifty nations of the continent have
courageously responded to the vicissitudes of life defined
by incessant civil wars, famines, life in refugee camps,
military dictatorships, liberation struggles, Islamic
fundamentalism, severe economic hardship, and
democracy movements. Despite these trying experiences,
unusual forms of visual representation have thrived as
artists continued to create, producing works that are as
joyous, convoluted, escapist, direct, and tormented as are
their personal experiences. This interdisciplinary panel
seeks to end oppressive construction of contemporary
African art as co-terminous with signage, wayside, and
folk art. Critical papers are invited from artists and
scholars who are interested in such countries as Nigeria,
Ghana, Sudan, Ethiopia, Algeria, Senegal, C6te d'Ivoire,
Zaire, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, and Zambia.

The Spirit's Dance in Africa: Call for Contributors.
Galerie Amrad African Art Publications is planning to
publish a multidisplinary anthology entitled The Spirit's
Dance in Africa. Although about two dozen essays have

already been written for this book (by Africanist scholars
from various universities), the editor is still inviting
contributions of short essays on the following preliminary
1. Dance in Prehistoric Africa

2. Early Accounts of Dances in Africa

3. Dance as a Term in Various African Languages

4. The Meaning of Dancing Images in Traditional

5. Dance as Metaphor in Oral Traditions

6. Dancing Images as Metaphor in Contemporary
African Art

7. Classification (and functions) of Dances (in one

8. The Therapeutic Functions of Dance (in one

9. The Links Between Dance and Religion (in one

10. The Links Between Dance and Music (in one

11. The Links Between Body Movement and
Percussion Instruments

12. The Political Power of Dance (in one society)
Scholars who would like to participate in this
publication, please send short resumes and synopses to:
Esther A. Dagan, Galerie Amrad African Art
Publications, 42 Anwoth, Westmount, Montreal,
Quebec CANADA H3Y 2E7. Telephone/Fax: (514)

News from Belgium
"Hidden Treasures" at the Musee Royal de I'Afrique
Central. From May 11 until November 26, 1995, the
Mus6e Royal de l'Afrique Centrale in Tervuren will
mount an exhibition showcasing 250 "hidden treasures."
Curated by Gustaaf Verswijver, "Hidden Treasures was
organized by the museum's ethnography section. There is
will be an accompanying catalog, Treasures of
Plans are underway for a small group tour in
October 1995 to view the exhibition and to visit a
private Belgian collection. Interested individuals wishing
to join the group or organizations wishing to sponsor a
small travel group may contact: Patricia Patton at the

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Belgian Jourist Office. Telephone: (201) 774-8785 or
(212) 758-8130 extension 14. e-mail: belusa@nyxfer.
blythe.org. Additional information may be obtained from
the Belgian Tourist Office. Telephone: (212) 758-8130
extension 10.

News from Benin
"Museums and History" in Ouidah. Ouidah was the
setting for an intensive week-long conference entitled
"Museums and History" February 6-10, 1995. This was
the second in a series of brainstorming workshops
organized by the West African Museums Programme
under the direction of Claude Ardouin in collaboration
with the Ministere de la Culture et Communications of
Benin. (The first was on "Museums and Archaeology"
held in Abidjan, C6te d'Ivoire in 1993). WAMP's charge
to participants was to think critically about the way in
which museums can serve to educate the general public
about history, how existing collections can serve to
enhance understanding of local heritage, and how
museums can develop strategies for collection and/or
exhibitions that not only preserve cultural patrimony, but
actively use them in the broader mission of
reconstructing history.
A major focus of the workshop was to explore how
museums can interact with their constituent communities
in more dynamic ways to ensure local investment in the
future of these institutions. As part of this challenge, the
conference was linked with an experimental exhibition
entitled "Family Heritage-National History: Festivals
and Masquerades at Ouidah" at the Musde histbrique
de Ouidah (the site of the recently renovated Portuguese
fort which also served as the setting for the conference
sessions). The most innovative element of this exhibit
was that the objects displayed were all on loan from
local families and groups. They ranged from elaborate
silver and porcelain pitchers and platters, to old family
photographs and documents, to Gelede masks complete
with costumes. Members of these families and
performance groups were involved in setting up the
displays, some were interviewed on video prior to the
workshop, and others were on hand during our tours and
discussions. One of the strongest messages of the
exhibition for the conference participants was that the
long process of careful negotiation and persuasion
leading up to the exhibition paid off in the end, and that
such collaborative efforts with local communities are
essential to the survival of these museums.
The content of the workshop presentations
(alternating between French and English with
simultaneous translation) varied-some provided general
information about the origin, structure and development
of different museums, others focused on case studies of
particular collection projects, still others addressed
problems and potential of working closely with local
communities. Discussions tended to be lively. Especially
important was the opportunity for an horizontal exchange

of ideas and concerns among professionals struggling
with similar constraints-limited funds, bureaucratic red
tape, and justifiable caution on part of local communities
concerning the security and preservation of their family
Conference participants included, from B6nin:
Alexis Adand6, Joseph Adande, Leonard Ahonon,
Romain-Philippe Assogba, Rachida De Souza, Colette
Gounou, Aubin Hounsinou, Mahoun Constant Noanti,
Denise Sossouhounto, and Tchitchi Toussaint; from
Burkina Faso: Oumarou Nao and Salaka Sanou; from
C6te d'Ivoire: Aminata Barro and Tiona Ouattara; from
Ghana: Francis Duah and Joseph Nkrumah; from
Guinea: Mamadou Camara; from Guinea Bissau:
Leonardo Cardoso; from Mali: Boubacar Diaby and
Abdoulaye Sylla; from Niger: Boube Gado; from
Nigeria: E. J. Alagoa, Emmanuel Arinze (Chairman,
WAMP), Violetta Ekpo, Gloria Chuma Ibe, Levi
Izuakor, and Vincent Ughenu; from S6n6gal: Claude
Ardouin, Abdoulaye Camara, Ibnou Diagn6 and Mbaye
Gueye; from South Africa: Graham Dominy; from
Tanzania: Abdul Sheriff; and from the United States:
Barbara Frank. Publication of the conference papers is
planned. report by Barbara Frank.

News from Cuba
Eleggua Project to focus on "Fiesta del Fuego." An
intensive study program (limited to 18 persons) has been
arranged by the Eleggua Project, (Toronto, Canada) to
introduce scholars to opportunities for fieldwork and
offer workshops on African-based belief systems in
Cuba. The program has been built around the "Fiesta
del Fuego" and the conference The Caribbean Unites Us
Conference in Santiago de Cuba, July 1995. The study
programme is organized in association with Antonio
Castaneda Marquez, President of the Yoruba Cultural
Association of Cuba, Joel James, Director of Casa del
Carribe, Bernardo Garcia, Director of International
Relations for Casa Del Carribe and Juan Mesa, Cuban
specialist in African belief systems for the Cuban
Ministry of Culture. The programme will explore the
roots and contributions of Santeria, Palo Monte,
Espiritismo, Vodu (in Cuba) and other traditional
religious expressions.
The group will travel from Cienfuegos through
central Cuba to Santiago visiting temple houses, and
practitioners and participating (to a level appropriate) in
religious celebrations. In addition, the delegation will
participate in an annual festival celebrating the
Afrocuban spirit along with practitioners, professionals
and over 100 artistic groups, representing dance, theatre,
and the visual arts in Santiago. The academic conference
in 1995 will focus on the anglophone Caribbean; over
200 participants are expected. Papers for presentation
may still be submitted.
Registration fee for the two-week study programme
and conference, all inclusive (Toronto to Toronto, June

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25-July 9, 1995) is $1,600. To obtain registration forms
and further information contact Delegation Coordinator,
c/o Eleggua Project, 7171 Torbram Road, Unit #51,
Mississauga Ontario, CANADA. Telephone: (905)
678-0426. Fax: (905) 678-1421 or e-mail

News from Great Britain
"Medium of Change: The Arts in Africa, 95," The
Royal African Society, London, September 29-30, and
October 1, 1995. The Royal African Society is holding
a two-and-a-half-day international conference, "Mediums
of Change: The Arts in Africa, 95. A preview of
"Africa: The Art of a Continent," the exhibition of
classical African art at the Royal Academy of Arts, is
included in the programme, and a musical evening is
planned for September 30th. The conference is unique in
bring together for the first time an outstanding range of
visual artists, writers, playwrights, film-makers,
musicians and scholars from Africa and the African
diaspora to discuss the role of the arts and the artist in
contemporary Africa as "Mediums of Change."
The opening keynote address will be given by Wole
Soyinka. Other contributors provisionally include:
Literature: Abdulrazak Gurah, Ben Okri, Niyi
Osundare, Ahdaf Soueif and Miriam Tlali; Visual Arts:
Salah Hassan, Everlyn Nicodemus, Simon Njami, Pitika
Ntuli and Uche Okeke; Music: Claude Deppa, Hassan
Erraji, Angelique Kidjo, Baaba Maal and Kazadi wa
Mukuna; Theatre/Performing Arts: Gabriel Gbadamosi,
Masitha Hoeane, Jack Mapanje, Penina Mlama and Femi
Osofisan; Film: John Akomfrah, Ferid Boughedir, Izza
Genini, Haile Gerima and Jean-Marie Teno. Attendance
will be held limited to 250. The conference will be held
at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS),
University of London.
"Mediums of Change" is part of Africa 95, a
nationwide UK season being held from August to
December 1995, celebrating all the arts of the African
continent music, theatre, dance, visual arts, literature,
film and broadcasting. Many events are planned in
London around the time of the conference, including
three major art exhibitions (classical, modern, and
textiles), music (including Yossou N'Dour and guest star
musicians at the Royal Albert Hall) and film (films will
be shown at the National Film Theatre and as part of
the London Film Festival). Performing arts and
photographic events are also scheduled during the
conference period.
For further information contact: The Conference
Coordinator, Royal African Society, SOAS,
Thronhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WCIH
OxG, England. Telephone: +44 ()) 171 323 6353; fax:
+11 ()) 171 436 3844.

Institute of International Visual Arts, London,
sponsors and organizes exhibitions, publications,
educational and training activities, and research.
Exhibitions. The Institute presents work by
contemporary visual arts for a plurality of cultures and
cultural backgrounds in a variety of venues. It reflects a
range of curatorial voices through its collaboration with
galleries, museums, and independent curators in the
United Kingdom and aboard. Three exhibition projects
launched this season forge cultural connections between
different continents and historical moments: David
Medalla, whose art works have consistently traversed
space and time bridging diverse cultures and cultural
influences; "Time Machine," which brings the art of
ancient Egypt into the contemporary art gallery; and
"Exotic Excursions," which reflects on the luxury of
travel in the modern age and focuses on the individual
as the site of cultural exchange and marketing.
Publications. The Institute works with artists,
writers, editors, and publishers to produce artists'
monographs, anthologies of art criticism, and educational
resources which promote the work of contemporary
artists from different cultures as well as promoting
diverse critical perspectives on modem and contemporary
visual art. Atlantic Encounters, Beyond the Fantastic and
Global Visions provide international perspectives on
artistic practice, curatorship and contemporary experience
in a global arena; while a series of artists' monographs
published by Kala Press and an interactive CD Critical
Decade assess the contribution of two generations of
artists at the vanguard of contemporary British art.
Education and Training. The Institute organizes a
range of public events including artists' talks, seminars
and conferences at different venues as well as
developing education resources for schools and colleges.
It will create opportunities for artists, curators and art
educators to develop their work through seminars,
workshops and residencies.
Research. The Institute will develop its own archive
and library including books, journals, slides and videos
which reflect the Institute's particular area of interest. It
will also promote and develop research projects with
artists, academics and curators and in partnership with
galleries, universities and art colleges. Building on
existing resources and projects as well as developing
new areas of research, the Institute's library intends to
provide a unique research facility for artists, curators
and researchers on contemporary artists for a plurality of
cultures and cultural perspectives. The library will open
to the public (by appointment only) in spring 1995.
For more information, contact: Gilane Tawadros,
Director, Institute of International Visual Arts,
Kirkman House, 12/14 Whitfield Street, London W1P
5RD, England. Telephone: +44 171 636 1930. Fax:
+44 171 636 1931.

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News from Liberia
Revival of the National- Museum of War-ravaged
Liberia. The five years of civil war which Liberia has
suffered since December 1989 has exacted a heavy toll
on the nation's cultural heritage. This includes the
National Museum of Liberia, whose building in
Monrovia has been seriously damaged and its collections
largely looted. The National Museum is taking steps to
mobilize national and international support to revive its
operations and collections and to repair its damaged
facilities. With the encouragement of the Museum's
Director, Robert Cassell, the Association of Friends of
the National Museum of Liberia was created in 1994 to
involve the public more actively in the support of the
Museum. In February 1995 UNESCO dispatched
Emmanuel Arinze to conduct a three week assessment
of Liberia's war-damaged cultural institutions with a view
toward possible assistance. In addition, international
professional and exchange opportunities have been
secured to enhance the effectiveness of Museum staff
members. Since the Museum's need for support remains
great, however, the Museum and its Association of
Friends would greatly appreciate further assistance in
re-establishing this vital Liberian national institution. -
report by Donald Hester.
[N.B. ACASA has sent several parcels of books and
catalogs to the National Museum of Liberia. Mr. Cassell
may be contacted in care of: PAO-Monrovia,
Department of State, Washington, DC 20521-8800 -

News from the Netherlands
Mande Studies Conference, Leiden, March 20-24,
1995. Among the panels at the 1995 Mande Studies
Conference were:
"Material Arts in the Mande World." Chair: Sarah
Brett-Smith, Rutgers University.
Ingse Skattum, University of Oslo, "Stylistic
Features of a Bamana maana."

Fredrick Lamp, Baltimore Museum of Art,
"Malinke Form in Headdress of the Baga."

Sarah Brett-Smith, Rutgers University, "The
Meaning of the Komo Mask."

Priscilla Colt, New York City, "Representations of
Physical Anomalies in 'Djenne' Figural Terracotta."

Peter Mark, Wesleyan University, "Architecture &
Identity: 16th & 17th Century Houses in
"Archaeology of the Mande World," Chair: Roderick
McIntosh, Rice University.

Kevin MacDonald, Cambridge University, "When
Worlds Collide: A Consideration of the Holocene
Peopling of Sub-Saharan West Africa."

Roderick McIntosh, Rice University, "Jenne and
the Mande Sacred Landscape."

Terbba Togola, Insitut des Sciences Humanines,
Bamako, "Toward an Understanding of Iron Age
Occupation in The Mema Region (Mali)."

News from Nigeria
"Fragments and Songs," an exhibition of paintings and
drawings by Marcia Kure and Chika Okeke, opens on
April 8, 1995 at the Goethe Institut, Lagos. Kure and
Okeke trained at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and
are representative of the younger generation of uli
artists. Kure's drawings and paintings incorporate
classical uli, adinkra, nsibidi, and South African rock art
forms; while Okeke's works combine uli, nisbidi and
mbari forms. Kure was the winner of the Uche Okeke
Prize for Drawing in 1994. Okeke teaches painting and
drawing at the Department of Fine and Applied Arts,
University of Nigeria, Nsukka. "Fragments and Songs"
is accompanied by an illustrated folder catalogue. The
exhibition closes on April 29.

News from Sen4gal
DAK'ART 95, the Biennial exhibition and symposium,
will be held from May 9 to May 15 in Dakar. The
groups of invited guests will include gallery people from
all continents, art critics, artists, directors of art
magazines, organizers of international artistic events, and
collectors. Among the participants on the international
commission are ACASA members Bill Karg and Polly
Nooter Roberts.
DAK'ART 95 events will include an international
exhibition of African artists chosen by committee; an
exhibition of contemporary Sen6galese artists; individual
exhibitions coming from the five African regions chosen
by an international commission. In addition, there will
be salons on arts education, tapestry, design, and

News from South Africa
"Africus" Johannesburg Bienniale. Salah Hassan
attended the Johannesburg Bienniale from February 26 to
March 5, 1995 and provides this report: "I was invited
by the organizing committee of The First Johannesburg
Biennale of International Contemporary Art (March 2-4,
1995) to curate the Sudanese section in Biennale
exhibition and to participate in "BUA! Emeregent
Voices: An International Conference of the Arts," the
Biennale's main conference, which included many invited
speakers, such as Rashid Araeen (UK) and Coco Fusco

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(US). The Sudanese section included two artists, Rashid
Diab (who was in attendance) and Hassan Al Ahmed,
who lives in exile in Egypt; the section is entitled
"Visions of A Sudanese Diaspora." The exhibition
opened February 28 and will close April 30, 1995.
The conference was interesting in terms of the
exchanges and discussions; many issues were raised but
not answered. The discussions centered around
integration in the creative domain in post-Apartheid
South Africa and how it can be accomplished. There
were sessions on tradition and modernity in African art;
accountability of academics within the debates
surrounding visual arts; re-definition of Afrocentrism;
arts in community and art management; and redefining
cultural identity in post-Apartheid South Africa.
I also visited Linda Givon at "Goodman Gallery" in
the Hyde Park area, where she had an exhibition of the
S6ndgalese artist El Haji Sy. There were actually several
exhibitions outside the main Biennale buildings."
There was also a Nigerian exhibition entitled "Art in
the Shadow, which was curated by Chika Okeke. It
included among others El Anatsui, Chijoke Onoura and
Obiora Udechukwu. Most other African countries were
represented at the Bienniale, as well.

News from the United States
The National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian
Institution Libraries, launches online African Art and
Culture Index Project. The Smithsonian Institution
Libraries is launching a project to create records of an
Online Index and Finding Guide to the Literature of
African Art and Culture which will be available on the
Internet. The three-year project, funded by the Getty
Grant Program for $197,250, will be a comprehensive
source of information for the study of African art and
culture. The index will include over 52,000 citations to
articles, books and other publications international in
scope and valuable for specialized research by
sophisticated users as well as to inquiries by laypersons
interested in topics concerning everyday African life.
Over the past fifteen Smithsonian Libraries' staff have
methodically indexed the literature of African art,
producing a major information resource and research
tool of unique breadth and depth.
The index will use authoritative subject terms taken
from the Library of Congress List of Subject Headings
(LCSH) and the Art and Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)
as well as new terms proposed by the Smithsonian
Libraries' specialists for the AAT. The index will be
updated regularly and will be available on the Internet as
part of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries online
catalog, available through SIRIS, the Smithsonian
Institution Research Information System. The project is
under the direction of Janet L. Stanley, Branch
Librarian, National Museum of African Art Branch
Library, and Vicki Avera, Head, Automated
Bibliographic Control, Smithsonian Institution Libraries.

For more information, contact Janet Stanley, NMAfA
Library, Smithsonian Institution-MRC 708,
Washington, DC 20560, USA. Telephone: (202)
357-4600 extension 285. e-mail: libem010@sivm.si.edu.

African Ethnonyms: Index to Art-Producing Peoples
of Africa. Daniel Biebuyck, Susan Kelliher, and Linda
McRae at the University of South Florida, Tampa, are
completing a project on African ethnonyms. The index
contains over 2,500 names taken from approximately 125
sources. It clusters variant names under a main entry
name and cross-references variant names in an
alphabetical index. It points to both general and key
scholarly sources; provides AAT and LCSH preferred
terms; and includes the name of the country or countries
where the people are located. For some peoples,
subgroups are listed and a note of explanation may be
given where confusing or ambiguous relationships exist
among peoples. The index will include an introduction
that describes some of the reasons for the variety and
ambiguity in the names of African peoples. It will also
include an extensive bibliography, and several
supplementary indexes. The authors hope this will be a
useful reference tool for museum and visual resources
curators cataloging objects and images of African art, as
well as a finding aid for librarians, scholars, and
students searching for reference sources in art history
and anthropology. The African Ethnonym Index will be
published by G. K. Hall, Boston, in 1996.
During the 1995 ARLIS annual conference, held in
Montreal in March, Linda McRae was honored with the
H. W. Wilson Foundation Research Award for continuing
work on the ethnonym project. For more information on
the project, contact: Linda McRae, College of Fine
Arts/FAH 110, University of South Florida, Tampa,
FL 33620-7350. Telephone: (813) 974-2091. Fax: (813)
974-9234. e-mail: mcrae@arts.usf.edu
"Ceramic Gestures: New Vessels by Magdalene
Odundo" is the current exhibition at the University Art
Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara,
running from March 15 to April 23, 1995. The
University Art Museum brings the exceptional work of
this Kenyan-born, London-based artist to southern
California audiences in her first solo museum exhibition
in America, curated by Maria Berns. Odundo, who is
internationally recognized for her unique and exquisite
work, has created fifteen new ceramic pieces expressly
for this Santa Barbara exhibition.
Magdalene Odundo grew up in Kenya and received
her initial training in graphics and commercial art in
Nairobi. In 1971 she moved to England to continue her
education, attending the Cambridge College of Art and
the West Surrey College of Art and Design. She
returned to Africa in 1974-1975, visiting Nigeria and
Kenya, to study the ways women produce pottery using
traditions of hand-building and firing. She also traveled
to New Mexico where she was influenced by the

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distinctive blackware pottery made by the women of San
Ildefonso. Returning to England, Odundo then complete
a masters degree at the Royal College of Art in London
in 1982, having developed a style and technique of
making ceramic vessels that is uniquely her own.
"Ceramic Gestures" will tour the United States for
two years stopping at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,
Kansas City; the National Museum of African Art,
Washington, DC; the Newark Art Museum, Newark; and
the Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington.
Accompanying the exhibition is a fully illustrated,
four-color catalog, which will include an essay by Marla
Berns and black-and-white images of Odundo at work.
For more information, contact Marla Berns, University
Art Musemn, USCB, Santa Barbara, CA. Telephone:
(805) 893-2951.
"Africa's Heritage in South America: Photographs by
Tony Gleaton." Los Angeles-based photographer Tony
Gleaton, himself an African-American, has documented
the presence of blacks in South American in a series of
poignant and intimate photographs, to be shown in the
exhibition, "Africa's Heritage in South America:
Photographs by Tony Gleaton" at the University Art
Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara, from
March 14 through April 23, 1995.
The photographs in this series, which were begun in
1994, were taken during Gleaton's recent travels through
Columbia and Venezuela. They are part of a larger,
on-going project, which the artist has entitled Tengo Cosi
500 Ailos: Beyond the Middle Passage: African's Legacy
in Mexico, Central America, and South America.
In 1986 Gleaton began exploring the rural
countryside of Western Mexico in an effort to make new
connections with his own African heritage. He
specifically chose not to visit the region of Veracruz,
where there is a well-documented black community, and
instead sought people of African descent in areas on the
Pacific coast, below Acapulco. Traveling between five
villages over a period of more than five years, Gleaton
photographed descendants of African slaves brought to
the New World during the European colonial expeditions
of the 16th century.
Gleaton extended his research into Central America,
where he worked from 1988 to 1992 in Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Panama. In 1994 Gleaton
began the third series, tentatively identified as "South
America." The first works in this group feature in the
University Art Museum exhibition. For information:
University Art Museum, UCSB. Telephone: (805)

Fowler Museum of Cultural History opens two
exhibitions. "Crowning Achievements: African Arts of
Dressing the Head," February 5 through July 16, 1995,
features hats, headdresses, and hairstyles for Africa and
the diaspora, exploring their aesthetic richness, keen
artistry and symbolic ingenuity. Dating from the early

1800s to present day, these 150 innovative works of art
are comprised of a staggering array of shapes and an
enormous range of materials. Opening day lectures were
given by co-curators, Mary Jo Arnoldi and Christine
Mullen Kreamer.
The second exhibition, held in conjunction with
"Crowning Achievements," is "Coiffure Moderne: A
Gallery of African Hairstyles, 1970-1990," running
March 5 through July 16, 1995. This lively presentation
of contemporary, painted African hairdressing signs from
Gabon, Ghana and C6te d'Ivoire vibrantly express how
hair may serve as a vehicle for artistic and cultural
"Envisioning Access: Black Representation and
Museums." The Fowler Museum of Cultural History
presented a two-day roundtable on March 10th and 11th.
The program included:
Day One:

Sessions 1: "Black expressive culture in regimes of
fine art and cultural history"

Session II: "Relationship of cultural institutions to
African-American audiences"

Session IH: "African Americans in academia and
museum professions"

Session IV: "Cultural literacy for institutions and

Day Two:

Session I: Participants shared ideas on how Los
Angles institutions can pool resources and talents to
stimulate and support the presentation of African
and African-American art. Emphasis was on
creating infrastructure to support efforts with the
L.A. Unified School District and the general

Session II: The afternoon synthesized the discussion
from Session I into a plan for the Los Angeles
consortium. As envisioned, the consortium drew
upon the strengths of participating institutions and
worked toward creating and enduring, fully
developed presence for black art in Los Angeles.
"Envisioning Access: Black Representation and
Museums" will serve as a springboard for refining the
plans for a Los Angeles-based consortium for African
and African-American art. A project initiated and headed
by UCLA's Fowler Museum of Cultural History, the
consortium potentially will combine the efforts of local
arts institutions that have a commitment to presenting
African and African-American art. Together, institutions
will increase their impact through joint exhibitions,
publications and programs; pursue joint funding; share

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collections; develop curriculum in collaboration with
L.A. schools; create an infrastructure for other African
and African-American institutions; innovate new points of
access and types of programming for black art; and
become more informed about the needs of black
community and what works to meet them.
UCLA units involved in the project are the African
Studies Center, the Center for Afro-American Studies,
and UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and
Cultural Center. Major institutions taking a leadership
role in the project include the Los Angeles County
Museum of Art, the California Afro-American Museum,
and the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural
History. The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
has been well-represented by directors of Community
Arts and Arts Center programs and by the director of
the Watts Towers Arts Center.
The Gullah Connection. The Museum of Coastal
History and The Sierra Leone National Museum have
organized an exhibition entitled "Transatlantic Linkage:
The Gullah/Geechee-Sierra Leone Connection," which
opened on January 13, 1995 at the historic Glynn
County Courthouse in Georgia.

Museum for African Art announces forthcoming
exhibitions. "Animal in African Art: From the
Familiar to the Marvelous," at the Museum for African
Art in SoHo, is a major exhibition of approximately 148
works of art. This exhibition includes an extraordinary
range of objects in diverse materials, dating from llth
to the 20th century. The exhibition explores the many
ways in which Africans use animals as metaphors for
thinking about what it means to be human. Curators of
"Animals in African Art" are Alien E Roberts
(University of Iowa) and Carol Thompson (Museum for
African Art).
The spring and fall lecture series will feature
distinguished interdisplinary scholars and religious
leaders, such as Robert Farris Thompson, Karen
Brown, and Babalorisha John Mason. They will speak
on topics as diverse as "voiceless" creatures in African
art, animal motifs in the Haitian political arena, and
African-Islamic concepts of animal power.
Long-range exhibitions planned by the Museum for
African Art include: "Art That Heals: The Image as
Medicine in Ethiopia Art," September 1995 to
September 1997; and "Memory: Visual Representation
and Luba History," February 1996 to April 1998.
The Museum for African Art is located at 593
Broadway (between Houston and Prince), New York City.

News from Zambia
SADCAMM Seminar in Livingstone, Zambia. A
week-long seminar on "Managing African Museums in
the New Century," was held recently in Livingstone.
The main guest speakers were Patrick Boylan of the

City University, London, Vinos Sofka of the Statens
Historika Museum in Stockholm, and Elisabet Olofsson
of the Swedish African Museum Programme. The
seminar was attended by approximately twenty
participants, most from Zambia.
The issues raised were broad in subject and variety.
The time was mainly spent dealing with theoretical
issues, but one afternoon was supplemented with a tour
of the various museums and a national park in
Livingstone. This counterpointing of theory with practice
was extremely revealing, if not particularly flattering. It
served as a reminder that certain Zambian museums
have a long way to go within this century before
addressing the next. contributed by Grazyna Zaucha
(Tonga Museum, Zambia).

Adire: cloth, gender and social change in Southwestern
Nigeria, 1841-1991 / by Carolyn Marion Keyes.
PhD dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
1993. 396pp. Available from University Microfilms
International, Ann Arbor.

African vodun: art, psychology, and power / Suzanne
Preston Blier. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 1995. 456pp. ISBN 0-226-05858-1. Price:

African art at the Harn Museum: spirit eyes, human
hands / by Robin Poynor. Gainesville: University
of Florida Press, 1995. 240pp. illus. ISBN
0-8130-1325-9. Price: $49.95 (hardback)

Architektur und Mythos: Lehmbauten in Schwarzafrika /
edited by Gert Chesi. Innsbruck: Haymon, 1995.
ISBN 3-85218-189-5. Price: DM 138.

An artist's monograph [on Nigerian painter and
printmaker Uzo Egonu] / by Olu Oguibe. London:
Kala Press, 1995. Price not stated.
Uzo Egonu was born in Nigeria. He came to
England in 1945, aged fourteen, and studied fine
art, design and typography at Camberwell School
of Arts and Crafts, London, 1949-52. After
travelling extensively in Europe, he returned to
England and has since lived in London.
His paintings represent a historically important
synthesis between an African/Nigerian tradition and
western modernism, an innovation which is unique
not only in an African context but also in terms-of
international modernism. He has exhibited
internationally, and has received many international
awards for his graphic works.
Bruce Onobrakpeya: the spirit in ascent / by Bruce
Onobrakpeya. Lagos: Gallery, 1993. 274pp. illus.

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Available from: Bruce Onobrakpeya, Ovuomaroro
Gallery, 41 Oloje Street, Papa Ajao, Mushin,
Lagos, Nigeria. Price: $30 + $20 for shipping
and handling by EMS, $10 for shipping and
handling by air, and $8 for surface mail.

Chiri Samba, the hybridity of art = l'hybriditW d'un art
/ by Bogumil Jewsiewicki. Montreal: Galerie
Amrad African Art Publications [42 Anworth,
Westmount, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3Y 2E7],
1995. 104pp. illus. (30 color and 50 b-&-w).
(Contemporary African Artists, no. 1). ISBN
1-896371-00-0. Price: $62.00 U.S. + $9.50
shipping. 40% off retail price for 20 combined

Crowning achievements: African arts of dressing the
head / by Mary Jo Arnoldi and Christine Mullen
Kreamer with contributions by Elisabeth Cameron,
Patricia Darish, David Binkley, Michael Afolayan,
and Betty Wass. Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler
Museum of Cultural History, 1995. 192pp., 143
color plates. Available from: Fowler Museum of
Cultural History, Publications Department, 405
Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549.
Price: $27.00 (paperback; ISBN 0-93074143-9);
$45 (hardback; ISBN 0-930741-42-0).

Dogon statuary / Hl66ne Leloup, Richard Serra &
George Baselitz. Editions Amez, 1994. 600pp.,
167 color illus. (Collection Art & Ethnologie).
Text in English and French. Price: 1,250 FF

The dove's footprint / by Marjorie Locke. Harare:
Baobab Books, forthcoming 1995. Price not stated.
A study of designs and motifs of Matabele
basketwork by the late director of the Bulawayo
Art Gallery.

Global visions: towards a new internationalism in the
visual arts. INIVA Symposium, held at the Tate
Gallery, April, 1994; edited by Jean Fisher.
London: Kala Press in association with the
Institute of International Visual Arts, 1994. 175pp.
ISBN 0-947753-05-2. Available from: INIVA,
Kirkman House, 12-14 Whitfield Street, London
W1P 5RD, UK. Telephone: (44) 171-636-1930.
FAX: (44) 171-636-1931. Price: 15.00.
This publication brings together some of the
foremost thinkers and practitioners in the visual
arts in a provocative critique of notions of
internationalism, the role of curatorial practice,
particularly in relation to the debates on cultural
identity and difference, and the nature of
innovation in visual culture at the end of the
The history & conservation of Zanzibar stone town I
edited by Abdul Sheriff. James Currey, May 1995.
approx. 224pp. illus. Price: approx. 12.95
(paperback) ISBN 0-85255-720-5; approx. 35.00
(hardback) ISBN 0-85255-721-3.

Lexikon Afrikanische Kunst und Kultur / by Karl
Ferdinand Schaedler. Munich: Klinkhardt &
Biermann, 1994. 448pp., 600 illus. (pt. color).
ISBN 3-7814-0374-2. Price: DM 198. SFr. 197.

The making of Bamana sculpture: creativity and gender /
by Sarah C. Brett-Smith. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1995. Price: $95.00 (hardback).
This book describes the techniques and rituals
used by Bamana artists in Mali, when they carve
sacred sculpture. Chronicling the process of
decision-making that results in a commission, it
provides a detailed account of the carving process
and analyzes its meaning. Brett-Smith demonstrates
that Bamana sculptors compare the process of
producing a ritual object to sexual intercourse and
to childbirth. She details how Bamana sculptors
become great artists, how this process requires a
shift from a male to a female gender identity, and
why the Bamana believe that an artist must make
tragic sacrifices to win renown.
Le muse de Dakar: arts et traditions artisanales en
Afrique de l'Ouest / edited by Francine Ndiaye.
Paris: Editions Sepia, 1994. 196pp., 215 illus.
Price: 230 FF (hardback).

Museums & the community in West Africa / edited by
Claude Daniel Ardouin and Emmanuel Arinze.
Published in association with the West African
Museums Programme and the International African
Institute, by James Currey, 1995. 144pp. illus.
Price: approx. 14.95 (paperback) ISBN
0-85255-227-0; approx. 30.00 (hardback) ISBN

The self and the other: personhood and images among
the Baule, C6te d'lvoire / by Philip Ravenhill. Los
Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural
History, 1994. 48pp., 65 illus. (Monograph series
no. 28.). Available from: UCLA Fowler Museum
of Cultural History, Publications Department, 405
Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549.
Price: $15.00 (paperback).

Staffs of life: rods, staffs, scepters and wands from the
Coudron collection of African art. Iowa City:
University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1994. 66pp.
illus. Exhibition held at The University of Iowa
Museum of Art, January-March, 1994, University
of Michigan Museum of Art, December
1994-February, 1995, Minneapolis Institute of Art.
June-August, 1996. Contains essays by William
Dewey, Manuel Jordan, Mary Nooter Roberts,
Allen Roberts and Christopher Roy. Price not stated.

The voyage of King Njoya's gift: a beaded sculpture
from the Bamum Kingdom, Cameroon in the
National Museum of African Art / by Christraud
Geary. Seattle: University of Washington Press for
the National Museum of African Art, 1995. 64pp.,
36 illus. ISBN 0-295-97428-1. Price: $9.95.

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Visions of Africa: the Jerome L. Joss collection of
African art at UCLA / edited by Doran H. Ross.
Los Angeles: UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural
History, 1994. 164pp, 87 color plates. Available
from: Fowler Museum of Cultural History,
Publications Department, 405 Hilgard Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA 90095-1549. Price: $19.00
(paperback) ISBN 0-930741-34-X); $35.00
(hardback) ISBN 0-930741-33-1.

ibmen, economy and the state: a study of the adire
industry in Abeokuta (western Nigeria), 1890-1939
/ by Judith Ann-Marie Byfield. PhD dissertation,
Columbia University, 1993. 309pp. Available from
University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor.

Yoruba culture / Nigerian Field Society. Ibadan: Ibadan
Branch, Nigerian Field Society, 1992. 64pp.
Reprints articles from Nigerian Field on aspects of
Yoruba culture, including adire-eleko, pottery,
patterns on woodcarvings, women's weaving,
Oshun people, dog magic, and hunters' salutes.
Also contains a new article by C. 0. Adepegba on
the aesthetic concept of ona. Available in North
America from: Janet Stanley, National Museum of
African Art Library, Smithsonian Institution -
MRC 708, Washington, DC 20560. Telephone:
(202) 357-4600 extension 285. Fax: (202)
357-4879. Price: $20.00.
Another African art book dealer has come to our
attention: L. Clarice Davis, P. O. Box 56054, Sherman
Oaks, CA 91413. Telephone/Fax: (1-818) 787-1322.

"Art and religion." Special issue of Journal of religion
in Africa (Leiden) 24 (4) November 1994. ISSN
0022-4200. Available from: E. J. Brill, Postbus
9000, 2300 PA Leiden, The Netherlands. Guest
editor: Rosalind I. J. Hackett.
Contents: Rosalind Hackett, "Art and religion in
Africa: some observations and reflections";
Rowland Abiodum, "Ase: verbalizing and
visualizing creative power through art"; Eli Bentor,
"'Remember six feet deep': masks and the
exculpation of/from death in Aro masquerade"; Nii
Quarcoopome, "Thresholds and thrones:
morphology and symbolism of Dangme public
altars"; William J. Dewey, "AK-47s for the
ancestors"; and Johanne Agthe, "Religion in
contemporary East African Art."
Chapungu Sculpture Park newsletter (Harare) 2 (1) no.
5, July 1994. 24pp. The July 1994 issue
commemorates the late Frank McEwen with
tributes and remembrances by Thomas
Mukarobgwa, Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Bernard
Takawira, Sylvester Mubayi, David Bokensha,
Bernard Riley, William Burdett-Coutts, Gerard and

Cecile Lewin, Pierre Descargues, Michael
Shepherd, and Roy Guthrie.
Gallery, a new quarterly magazine from Zimbabwe,
focuses on painting and the graphic arts in Zimbabwe
and the southern African region, with coverage of
multi-media, sculpture, architecture, photography, design,
ceramics, textiles, plus some articles on little theatre,
jazz, poetry, etc.
Issue No. 1 (1994) is a special edition celebrating
the centenary of 110 Livingstone Avenue, possibly the
oldest extant house in Harare, now the venue for Gallery
Issue No. 2 (1994) focuses on the ZimSculpture
Pachipamwe Workshop, comments on the Zimbabwe
Heritage exhibition at the National Gallery, installation
art by Michiel Dolk, a view of art and culture from
Bulawayo [by ACASA member Stephen Williams], and
reviews of recent work.
Issue No. 3 (March 1995) will include an in-depth
look at work by Luis Meque, Fasoni Sibanda, Crispen
Matakenya and Keston Beaton, a report from the
Botswana Thapong Workshop, an article on women and
art in Zimbabwe, and an examination of Europe's
attitude to African art.
To subscribe: Gallery Publications, 110 Livingstone
Avenue, Greenwood Park, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Subscription rates: 16.00 (Europe); $26.00 (North
America); Zim$130.00 (Zimbabwe); US$25.00
(elsewhere in Africa).

Nigerian Heritage; Journal of the National Commission
for Museums and Monuments. Now in its third year,
Nigerian Heritage (ISSN 1116-607X) publishes articles
on Nigerian material and non-material culture, including
archaeology, anthropology, art, ethnography, history,
linguistics, natural history, cultural resource management,
museology, religion, and drama. The first volume, dated
December 1992, carried articles on the village square in
Igbo cosmology, Anang and Ibibio funerary art, calabash
carving in Oyo, Ngas (Angas) smoking pipes, cultural
resource management in Nigeria, recent excavations in
Owo, among other articles.
The second volume (1993) contains articles on the
Ladi Kwali Pottery in Abuja, Igbo women's art, Nigeria's
cultural policy, and cowrie shells in Nigerian culture.
The third volume (1994) includes an assessment of
Kenneth Murray's role in Nigerian museum development
and a study of the Igbo kolanut vessel.
Nigerian Heritage is edited by Levi I. Izuakor.
Overseas subscriptions including postage: $30
(individuals) and $45 (institutions). Address: National
Commission for Museums and Monuments, Onikan,
P.M.B. 12556, Lagos, Nigeria. FAX: (234-1) 263-3890.

The new periodical on contemporary art from South
Africa, Ventilator, has died a quick death. The editors
announce that it will be discontinued for lack of support.
(See December issue of ACASA newsletter, page 22).

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African Art Library now available on the Internet.
The online catalog of the National Museum of African
Art Library, Smithsonian Institution Libraries, is now
available over the Internet. SIRIS (Smithsonian Institution
Research Information System) also includes other
libraries in the Smithsonian, among which are the
Anthropology Library, the National Museum of
American Art, and the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of
Design. To access SIRIS, use Telnet to connect to:
"Trustworthy Text" panel draws criticism. The
ACASA-sponsored panel at the 1995 College Art
Association meeting in January "How Trustworthy Is
Your Text? The Representation of Non-Western Art in
Survey Textbooks" prompted this comment by Gary
Schwartz on the Internet Listserv for CONSORTIUM OF
"One session to which I paid close attention was a
board-sponsored by the Arts Council of the African
Studies Association, under the title 'How Trustworthy is
Your Text? The Representation of Non-Western Art in
Survey Textbooks.' With systematic coverage unusual for
a CAA session, the speakers reviewed the record of
Gardner, Janson, Honour and Fleming and Silver in this
important regard. The object was to propose 'possible
solutions for handling pedagogical problems' in writing
about non-Western art fairly and accurately in survey
books. The CAAH went over some of the same ground
not too long ago.
"The results were certainly fascinating. The speakers
put their fingers on outdated anthropology, under- and
misrepresentation of African, Pre-Columbian and Oceanic
art, denigrating attitudes to 'primitive' or 'tribal' art,
poorly informed or tendentious weighting of examples,
and regular errors in fact. While we should all take
these things to heart, the session was in my judgment
not successful in pointing to a way out of the dilemmas
entailed (except of course for not making errors).
"When the chair Monica Blackmun Visona took
Janson to task for 'linking 'Art in the Stone Age' to
'Tribal Art," I was immediately prepared to grant her
point. Present-day artists in Africa and Australia are our
contemporaries, and we have no business relegating them
to a long-gone moment in the history of humanity which
we consider ourselves to have outgrown. However, when
she went on to argue her point she threw me into
confusion. She cited passages in which, she claimed,
Janson willfully ignored or denied the long-time
knowledge of metallurgy in Africa. As if it were less
'obnoxious' (her word) to associate 'tribal' art with the
Iron Age than with the Stone Age!
A more basic problem with the session, seen as a
prescriptive venture, was the discrepancy between Eli

Bentor's critique of Silver and Barbara Blackmun's of
Gardner. Bentor called for an abandonment of Western
criteria for interpreting and judging non-Western art.
Blackmun did the opposite: she insisted on the
excellence of numerous examples of non-Western art
judged by the same standards as European art. This left
me with the feeling that you're damned if you do and
damned if you don't. Introduce Western criteria and the
Arts Council of the African Studies Association will say
you are imposing your own standards on cultures which
have their own, thank you very much. If you (try to)
avoid applying Western criteria the Council will accuse
you of patronizing non-Western art by refusing to
acknowledge its aesthetic excellence even in comparison
with European art.
"The individual speakers were certainly successful in
articulating their various viewpoints, although I am sorry
to say that the tone of some of the papers was smug and
inappropriately judgmental, as if the mere fact of being
an Africanist made one morally superior to
'Europeanists.' However, the Council should have done
more internal debating before coming out with a
challenge as ambiguous as the gauntlet they threw down
in San Antonio, which is both right- and left-handed.
That said, I congratulate the association and the speakers
for having taken on this highly charged issue
forthrightly. Perhaps they can return to it in two years,
with a critique not only of survey books but of their
own thinking as well." Gary Schwartz (Maarssen,
The Netherlands). TEL: + +31.0.3465.62778. e-mail:
Gary.D.Schwartz@let.ruu.nl. FAX: ++31.0.3465.70574.

June 1995: "O-Kun: An African People and Their
Civilisation," Iffe-Ijumu, Kogi State, Nigeria.

June 1995: "Africa Pre-Colonial Achievements"
June 10-12, 1995 sponsored by Humanities Research
Council (Australia). See ACASA newsletter December
1994, for program and other details. Or contact
Graham Connah, Department of Archaeology and
Palaeanthropology, University of New England,
Armidale NSW 2351, Australia. Telephone: (087)

June 1995: Pan-African Association of Prehistory and
Related Studies 10th Congress, Harare, originally
scheduled for September 1995, has been re-scheduled for
June 18-23, 1995. The University of Zimbabwe History
Department, and the National Museums and Monuments
of Zimbabwe will jointly host the congress. For further
information, contact Gilbert Pwiti, History Department
(PAA), University of Zimbabwe, P. O. Box MP167,
Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe.

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July 1995: "Out of Africa: Texts for Understanding
the African Past" July 3-6, 1995. Sponsored by the
Humanities Research Council (Australia). See ACASA
newsletter December 1994, for program and other
details. Or contact David Dorward, African Research
Institute, La Trobe University, Melbourne VIC 3083,
Australia. Telephone: (03) 4792431. FAX: (03) 4785814
or 4791942.
July 1995: South African Association of Art
Historians Annual Conference. The llth annual
conference of the South African Association of Art
Historians will take place in Johannesburg, July 5-8,
1995. The theme of the conference is: "Art, Culture and
the Mechanisms of Power and Meaning." For
information: Conference Convenors, P.O. Box 233,
Melville 2109, South Africa. FAX: (011) 7878042.
e-mail: 023rob@cosmos.wits.ac.za.

September 1995: "African Artists: School, Studio and
Society," a conference scheduled for September 23-24,
1995, is targeting the formation of visual artists in
Africa as an issue of historical, critical and practical
significance. The program comprises papers with
respondents, artists' roundtable discussions and a
performance. Sessions will feature leading
artist-educators from six or more African countries:
Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan and
Zimbabwe. The conference is being held in conjunction
with the Africa '95 exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery
on "well-springs" of modern art from Africa, and is
arranged for the weekend prior to the broader "Mediums
of Change" conference of the Royal African Society. For
information, contact Jackie Collis, Center of African
Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies,
University of London, WC1H OXG, UK. Fax: (44)

September-October 1995: Africa '95 Royal African
Society Conference, "Mediums of Change: The Arts in
Africa, 95." See above under "News from Great

November 1995: African Studies Association Annual
Meetings, November 3-6, Orlando, Flordia.
November 1995: The Third International Bead
Conference. "Beads: Through the Eye of the Collector"
is scheduled for November 17-19, 1995, at the Sheraton
Washington Hotel, Washington, DC. It is sponsored by
the Bead Society of Greater Washington. For information
write to Conference Committee, The Bead Society of
Greater Washington, PO Box 70036, Chevy Chase,
MD 20813-0036, USA.

February 1996: College Art Association Annual
Meeting, Boston, February 21-24, 1996. See "call for
papers" above under "Career Opportunities."

August 1996: "Rock Art Research Moving into the
Twenty-First Century." The Southern African Rock Art
Research Association (SARARA) with the participation
of the East African Rock Art Research Association
presents their first international conference on "Rock Art
Research Moving into the Twenty-First Century," from
August 11-18, 1996, in Swakopmund, Namibia.
Preliminary programme:
(1) recording methods: new and safer copying
methods; advances in photographic techniques;
digital recording;

(2) dating: latest methods; accuracy;

(3) meaning and motivation;

(4) environmental issues and site management:
conservation and preservation; protection of the art;
visitor control; the role of government in protection

(5) education;

(6) aesthetic considerations.
SARARA was founded in 1986 in Windhoek. Its aims
are to promote and encourage rock art research, to
co-ordinate studies concerning the recording, distribution
and conservation of rock art sites in southern Africa,
and to generally work for an awareness and appreciation
of the prehistoric art in southern Africa. For more
information: Southern African Rock Art Research
Association, P. O Box 81292, Parkhurst, 2120, South
September 1996: Textile Society of America (TSA),
Fifth Biennial Symposium, September 18-22, 1966.
"Sacred Textiles" is the theme of the TSA's 1996
Biennial Symposium, which will consider a broad range
of textiles related to rituals practiced throughout the
world. It will take place at the Art Institute of Chicago.
For information, contact Christa G. Thurman, Curator
of Textiles, Textile Department, The Art Institute of
Chicago, 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
60603-6110. Telephone: (312) 443-3696. Fax: (312)

1997: College Art Association, New York. ACASA
needs a volunteer to propose a session on ACASA's
behalf. One must be a member of ACASA and a CAA
member in good standing from time of submission of
proposal (late summer 1995) to the bitter end (winter
1997). For more information, contact Barbara Frank,
Department of Art, State University of New York at
Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400.
Telephone: (516) 632-7255. FAX: (516) 632-7261.
e-mail: bfrank@ccmail.sunysb.edu

18 ACASA Newsletter / No. 42, April 1995

The Editor thanks contributors to this April 1995 issue
of the newsletter: Deborah Ainger (Royal African
Society), Maria Berns (University of California, Santa
Barbara), Kathleen Bickford (Metropolitan Museum of
Art), Robert Barnet (Eleggua Project, Toronto),
Michael Conner (Bloomington), Esther Dagan (Galerie
Amrad African Arts, Montreal), Gail Feher
(Oceanie-Afrique Noire, New York), Barbara Frank
(SUNY-Stony Brook), Salah Hassan (Cornell), Donald
Hester (U.S. Embassy-Monrovia); Bill Karg
(Contemporary African Art Gallery), Linda McRae
(University of South Florida), Anitra Nettleton
(University of the Witwatersrand), Chika Okeke
(University of Nigeria), Simon Ottenberg (Seattle),
Patricia Patton (Belgian Tourist Office), Gary D.
Schwartz (Maarssen, The Netherlands), Bill Siegmann
(Brooklyn Museum), and Grazyna Zaucha (Tonga
Museum, Zambia).

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
(fieldwork, travel, research in progress); conferences;
exhibitions; job openings; fellowship opportunities; new
publications. We are particularly eager to receive
contributions from members in Africa. E-mail, snail
mail, fax or phone. The next ACASA newsletter will be
August 1995. Deadline for submitting news items is
July 15, 1995.
Editor: Janet L. Stanley, National Museum of African
Art Library, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
20560, USA. Telephone: (202) 357-4600 extension 285.
Fax (202) 357-4879. e-mail: libem010@sivm.si.edu.

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1995 Directory of ACASA Members

North America, Europe, Asia and Australia

Norbert Aas
Adolf-von-Gross-Strasse 8
95445 Bayreuth
Home: 0921-22781
Work: 0921-852506
Fax: 0921-852506

Rowland Abiodun
Amherst College
Department of Fine Arts
Amherst, MA 01002
Work: 413-542-5801
Fax: 413-542-7917

Funso S. Afolayan
African and Afro-American Studies
Washington University
Box 1109 One Brookings Drive
St Louis, MO 63130-4899

Africa and Beyond
Ian and Julie Allen
1250 Prospect Street
La Jolla, CA 92037
Work: 619-454-9983
Fax: 619454-9983

African Arts
African Studies Center
University of California
Los Angeles CA 90024-1479
Work: 213-825-1218

African Studies Association
Emory University
Credit Union Building
Atlanta GA 30322
Work: 404-329-6410

Laurel Aguilar
11 James Street
St. Andrews Fyfe, KY16 84A

1avy D. Aherne
103 E. Southern Drive
Bloomington IN 47401-6505
Home: 812-339-8837
e-mail: taherne@ucs.indiana.edu

Aimlight, Inc.
Ima Udofia, President
639 West Joel
Lincoln NE 68521
Work: 402-476-6474
Fax: 402-476-6168

E. Ofori Akyea
814 Walnut Street
Iowa City IA 52240

Jasmine Alinder
1940 Woodbury #4931
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

George Alvarez-Bouse
37 Orchard Street (11)
New York, NY 10002

G. A. Anderson
Hendrix College
Box 3720
1601 Harkrider Street
Conway AR 72032-3080
Home: 501-228-0710
Work: 501-450-1264
Fax: 501-450-1200

Lois Anderson
School of Music
University of Wisconsin-Madison
4521 Humanities
455 North Park Street
Madison, WI 53706
Home: 608-238-8613
Work: 608-263-1936
Fax: 608-262-8876
e-mail: lama@macc.wisc.edu

Martha Anderson
64 West University
Alfred NY 14802
Home: 607-587-9550
Work: 607-871-2468
Fax: 607-871-2490

Andrew Apter
Department of Anthropology
University of Chicago
1126 East 59th Street
Chicago IL 60637

Nicolas Argenti
Department of Social Anthropology
University College London
London WCIE 6BT
Work: 071-387-7777 x2141
Fax: 071-380-7728
e-mail: m.argenti@ucl.ac.uk

Mary Jo Arnoldi
Smithsonian Institution
Department of Anthropology
MRC 112
Washington DC 20560
Home: 202-244-5386
Work: 202-357-1396
Fax: 202-357-2208
e-mail: mnhan033@sivm.si.edu

Lisa Aronson
107 Melrose Avenue
Albany NY 12203
Home: 518-458-2491
Work: 518-584-5000 x2741
Fax: 518-584-3023
e-mail: laronson@skidmore.edu

Art Institute of Chicago
Ryerson Library Serials
111 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago IL 60603-6110

Loyce Arthur
1306 North Frazier Street
Philadelphia, PA 19131

Kelly Michelle Askew
3607 Kalsman Drive #1
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Walter Askin
P.O. Box D
South Pasadena CA 91031-0120
Work: 818-796-2357

Daniel Avorgbedor
898 Metropolitan Oval, #10G
Bronx, NY 10462
Home: 718-931-5415
Fax: 718-931-5415
e-mail: dka@cunyvmsl.gc.cuny.edu

Suzanne Bach
Brodie Mountain Road
Williamstown MA 01267
Home: 413-738-5194

J. Bacharach
1435 4th Street
Washington DC 20024

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Robert Barnett
Royal Ontario Museum
Board Office, 100 Queens Park
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6
Home: 416-968-1372
Work: 416-586-5711
Fax: 416-586-5733
e-mail: robertb@rom.on.ca

Andrea Barnwell
210 Lochridge Drive
Durham, NC 27713
Home: 919-493-0927
e-mail: abarwel@acpub.duke.edu

Chrissa Baroga
Hunter College
22 East Broadway, #4
New York, NY 10002

Laura M. Bassett
1144 Nielsen Court #2
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Home: 313-995-1640
e-mail: lbassett@umich.edu

Simon P.X. Battestini
3405 Q Street, NW
Washington DC 20007-2719
Home: 202-333-5146
Work: 202-687-5717
Fax: 202-687-5712

Rob K. Baum
Box 13902
Santa Barbara CA 93107
Home: 805-682-9319
Work: 805-893-3147

Barbara Beall
2716 Via Anita
Palos Verdes Est CA 90274
Home: 310-373-5851

James O Bellis
University of Notre Dame
Department of Anthropology
Notre Dame IN 46556
Home: 219-232-3438
Work: 219-631-5547
Fax: 219-631-4268
e-mail: bellis.l@nd.edu

LeGrace Benson
7 Shattuck Street
Natick, MA 01760

Eli Bentor
Department of Art and Design
Winthrop University
Rock Hill, SC 29733
Home: 803-325-1534
Work: 803-323-2126
Fax: 803-323-2333
e-mail: bentore@acad.winthrop.edu

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Randy Beranek
155 Amity Street
Brooklyn NY 11201
Home: 718-522-7268
Work: 718-522-7268

Lane K. Berk
210 E. Montgomery Street
Baltimore MD 21230
Home: 410-727-1880

Catherine Bernard
217 Wyckoff Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Home: 718-596-2167
Fax: 718-596-2167

Maria Berns
University Art Museum
UC-Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara CA 93106
Home: 805-687-1791
Work: 805-893-2951
Fax: 805-893-7206
e-mail: bers@humanitas.ucsb.edu

Judith Bettelheim
5308 Manila Avenue
Oakland CA 94168
Home: 510-653-1769
Work: 415-338-2176
Fax: 415-338-6537

Kathleen E. Bickford
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Department of Africa, Oceania &
the Americas
1000 Fifth Avenue
New York NY 10028-0198
Home: 718-965-6729
Work: 212-879-5500 x4065
Fax: 212472-2872
e-mail: kbickford@aol.com

David Binkley
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
4525 Oak Street
Kansas City MO 64111
Work: 816-751-1210
Fax: 816-561-7154

Barbara W. Blackmun
9850 Ogram Drive
La Mesa CA 91941
Home: 619-461-5930
Work: 619-627-2928
Fax: 619-279-5668

Gordon Bleach
Art History Department
Binghamton University
Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 14850

Suzanne P. Blier
Department of Fine Arts
Sackler Museum
Harvard University
Cambridge MA 02138
Home: 617-497-1464
Work: 617-495-0781

Letty Bonnell
2 Lakeside Drive
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Home: 301-220-1752
Work: 301-220-1752

Jean Borgatti
295 Maple Avenue
Shrewsbury MA 01545
Home: 508-793-9695
Work: 508-799-2570
Fax: 508-752-4383

Peter Brach
240 Park Street
Haworth, NJ 07641
Home: 201-385-2869
Work: 212-612-0395

Nicholas Bridger
1617 Brookvale Drive
San Jose, CA 95129
Home: 408-259-3348
Work: 408-252-6610

Christopher Brooks
8516 Lansdowne Rd.
Richmond, VA 23229
Home: 804-273-6925
Work: 804-828-6183
Fax: 804-828-6469
e-mail: cbrooks@cabell.vcu.edu

Ernest Brown
Department of Music
Williams College
Williamstown, MA 01267
Work: 413-597-3266
Fax: 413-597-3100
e-mail: ebrown@williams.edu

Karen Brown
1823 Fillmore Street
Caldwell ID 83605
Home: 208-454-5649
Fax: 208-454-2077
e-mail: kbrown@stimpy.acofi.edu

Linda Bucher
25-29 120th Street
Flushing, NY 11354
Home: 718461-9250
Work: 718-297-0200
Fax: 718-263-9235

Stephen Buggie
Psychology Department
Presbyterian College
Clinton SC 29325
Work: 803-833-8337
Fax: 803-833-8481
e-mail: sebugg@presby.edu

Alice Burmeister
404 South Fess Avenue, #C
Bloomington IN 47401
Home: 812-323-9013
e-mail: aburmeis@ucs.indiana.edu

Don Burness
English Department
Franklin Pierce College
P.O. Box 60 College Road
Ringe NH 03461-0060
Work: 603-899-5111
Fax: 603-899-6448

Elisabeth L. Cameron
1425 South Westgate
Los Angeles CA 90025
Home: 310-479-2096
e-mail: izzy073@mvs.oac.ucla.edu

Amanda Carlson
Indiana University
132 Fine Arts/Art History
Hope School of Fine Arts
Bloomington IN 47405
Home: 812-333-5193
e-mail: abcarlso@ucs.indiana.edu

Jose Jorge de Carvalho
Department of Anthropology
Rice University
P.O. Box 1892
Houston, TX 77251

Theodore Celenko
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1200 West 38th Street
Indianapolis IN 46208
Work: 317-923-1331
Fax: 317-926-8931

Barbara Cervenka
307 Maple Ridge
Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Jacqueline Chanda
6388 Karl Road
Columbus OH 43229
Home: 614-794-9302
Work: 614-292-0253
Fax: 614-292-4401

Eric Charry
2501 Wright Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27403
Home: 910-299-1422
Work: 910-334-5879
Fax: 910-334-5497
e-mail: charrye@hamlet.uncg.edu

Christa J. Clarke
3828 Livingston Street, NW
Washington DC 20015
Home: 202-537-0908
Work: 301-405-1480

Cleveland Museum of Art
Library-Serials Department
11150 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
Work: 216-421-7340 x550
Fax: 216-421-0411
e-mail: bm.cmt@rlg.bitnet

Sarah Travis Cobb
410 Riverside Drive # 41
New York NY 10025
Home: 212-865-7492
Work: 212-865-7492

College Art Association
275 Seventh Avenue
New York NY 10001
Work: 212-691-1051

Cynthia C. Collins
The Ohio State University
Art Education
985 Studer Avenue
Columbus, OH 43206

Michael Conner
821 West 6th Street
Bloomington IN 47404-3633
Home: 812-334-0131
Work: 812-334-0131
Fax: 812-323-1438
e-mail: conner@ucs.indiana.edu

Susan Cooksey
505 NE 9th Avenue, #3
Gainesville FL 32601
Work: 904-392-0211
e-mail: secooksey@ufcc.ufl.edu

Justine M. Cordwell
437 West Belden Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614
Home: 312-528-2128
Work: 312-348-2695
Fax: 312-348-9952

Kellie Cosho
531 Warm Springs
Boise ID 83712
Home: 208-344-2339
Work: 208-344-7811

Elsbeth Court
40 Hunter Street, Flat 6
Home: 44-071-278-5695
Work: 44-071-323-6381
Fax: 44-071-637-1006

Chester Cowen
2805 Willow Cr. Drive
Norman, OK 73071
Home: 405-364-0280
Work: 405-522-5208
Fax: 405-521-2492

Kathy Curnow
3233 Bradford Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Home: 216-932-3213
Work: 216-687-2105
Fax: 216-932-1315
Email: k.curnow@csuohio.edu

Esther A. Dagan
42 Anwoth
Westmount, Quebec H3Y 2E7

Brenda Danilowitz
435 Oakview Drive
Orange CT 06477
Home: 203-799-3975
Work: 203-795-5525
Fax: 203-799-8389

Patricia Darish
5825 McGee
Kansas City MO 64113
Home: 816-523-8482
Work: 913-864-4713
Fax: 816-864-5091
e-mail: pdarish@falcon.cc.ukans.edu

Warren D'Azevedo
1755 Allen Street
Reno NV 89509
Home: 702-786-5331
Work: 702-784-6704
Fax: 702-784-1988

James B. Dealy
52 Larch Street
Providence RI 02906
Home: 401-861-0472
Work: 401-457-4560
Fax: 401-457-5388

Edward DeCarbo
568 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102

Acha Debela
North Carolina Central University
Computing Center for the Arts
Box 19555
Durham, NC 27707
Home: 919-544-7201
Work: 919-560-5308
Fax: 919-560-5012
e-mail: acha@nccu.edu

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Bamidele Agbasegbe Demerson
African American Cultural and
Historical Museum
520 West Stadium Boulevard
Ann Arbor MI 48103
Work: 313-668-1656

Dorothy Ddsir-Davis
1220 Grand Concourse
The Bronx, NY 10456
Home: 718-588-5167
Fax: 914-758-2442
e-mail: dd453@bard.edu

William J. Dewey
2506 Princeton Rd.
Iowa City IA 52245
Home: 319-351-3721
Work: 319-335-1784
Fax: 319-335-1774
e-mail: william-dewey@uiowa.edu

Boureima Diamitani
555 Hawkeye Drive
Iowa City, IA 52246
Home: 319-353-4884
Work: 319-335-1777
Fax: 319-335-1774

Diggs Gallery
Brooke Anderson Linga, Director
Winston Salem State University
601 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Winston-Salem NC 27110
Home: 910-777-8313
Work: 910-750-2458
Fax: 910-750-2459

David Doris
Yale University
Department of Art History
P.O. Box 208272
New Haven, CT 06520

Devin Dougharty
118 First Place, #2
Brooklyn, NY 11231

Katie Dowling
1055 W. Granville, #515
Chicago, IL 60660
Home: 312-262-8708
e-mail: kadowling@aol.com

Henry Drewal (until August Ist)
Schomburg Center for Research in
Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Boulevard
New York, NY 10037

Erina Duganne
200 Cloverleaf Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78209
Home: 210-828-2624
e-mail: eduganne@reed.edu

Lori Dnunm
115 South Hancock, #1
Madison, WI 53703

Roberta Ann Dunbar
UNC-Chapel Hill
CB #3395, 401 Alumni
Chapel Hill NC 27599-3395
Home: 919-732-9647
Work: 919-966-2942
Fax: 919-962-2694
e-mail: radunbar@email.unc.edu

Laurel Tucker Duplessis
3130 Irwin Avenue
Bronx, NY 10463
Work: 212-862-4000
Fax: 212-491-6760

East Carolina University
Office of the Dean
School of Art
Greenville, NC 27858
Work: 919-757-6563
Fax: 919-757-6441

Joanne B Eicher
2179 Folwell Avenue
St. Paul MN 55108
Home: 612-645-2914
Work: 612-624-7710
Fax: 612-624-2750
e-mail: jeicher@che2.che.umn.edu

Ellen F Elsas
3408 Bethune Drive
Birmingham AL 35223
Home: 205-967-6508
Work: 205-967-6508
Fax: 205-967-6508

Veit Erlmann
Frei University
Drosselweg 1-3
Berlin, 14195

Ekpo O Eyo
6609 23rd Avenue
Hyattsville, MD 20782
Home: 301-422-2767
Work: 301-405-1485
Fax: 301-314-9652

Kate Ezra
Department of Art and Design
Columbia College
600 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605-1996
Home: 312-955-0413
Work: 312-663-1600 x749
Fax: 312-663-1707
e-mail: kate.ezra@mail.colum.edu

Laura Fair
3305 Olive
Eugene OR 97405
Work: 503-346-4830
e-mail: lfair@oregon.uoregon.edu

Richard J. Faletti (June-Dec)
326 Park Avenue, #3
Clarendon Hills IL 60514
3165 East Stella (January-May)
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Home: 708-323-6589 (June-Dec)
Work: 602-224-9297

Gail M. Feher
Oceanie-Afrique Noire
15 West 39th Street
New York NY 10018-3806
Home: 212-427-3821
Work: 212-840-8844
Fax: 212-840-3304

Marc Leo Felix
20 Avenue Marie-Clotilde
B-1170 Brussels
Home: 32-2-672-7054
Work: 32-2-672-7054
Fax: 32-2-672-6176

Donald A. Ford
500 Roumford Road
Philadelphia, PA 19119

Till F6rster
Waldsteinring 76
95448 Bayreuth
Home: 49-921-93800
Work: 49-921-55-5097
Fax: 49-921-55-5053

Pamela R. Franco
309 S. McDonough Street
Decatur GA 30030
Home: 404-373-3516
Work: 404-727-6282

Barbara Frank
SUNY at Stony Brook
Department of Art
Stony Brook NY 11794-5400
Home: 516474-2986
Work: 516-632-7255
Fax: 516-632-7261
e-mail: bfrank@ccmail.sunysb.edu

John Patrick Frazier
800 North Smith Road, #21
Bloomington, IN 47408

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Steve Friedson
2205 West Oak
Denton, TX 76201
Home: 817-898-1428
Work: 817-565-3751
Fax: 817-565-2002
e-mail: friedson@music.unt.edu

Jerelyn S. Fyvolent
4941 Bayshore Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33611-3800
Home: 813-837-2653

June Gaddy
1230 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027

Phyllis Galembo
125 West 16th, #140
New York, NY 10011
Home: 212-645-2378
Work: 518-442-4031
Fax: 212-645-2378

Christraud M. Geary
National Museum of African Art
MRC 708
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington DC 20560
Home: 202-863-9468
Work: 202-357-4600 x280
Fax: 202-357-4879
e-mail: afaem016@sivm.si.edu

Paula Girshick
Indiana University
Anthropology Department
Rawles Hall 108
Bloomington IN 47405
Work: 812-855-1041
Fax: 812-855-4358
e-mail: pgirshic@ucs.indiana.edu

Joanne Glazer
1455 Sherbrooke Street, W.
Montreal Quebec H3G-1L2
Home: 514-931-3333
Fax: 514-931-6023

Dale Carolyn Gluckman
Los Angeles County Museum of
Department of Costumes & Textiles
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Home: 213-661-2513
Work: 213-857-6081
Fax: 213-939-3690

Werner Graebner
Am Berg 13
Moerlenbach D-69509
Work: 49-6209-8784
Fax: 49-6209-8784

Judith D. Greavu
8586 State Route 701
Dola OH 45835
Work: 419-772-2160

Rebecca Green
132 Fine Arts
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Home: 812-323-7380
e-mail: rlgreen@indiana.edu

Rosalind I.J. Hackett
University of Tennessee
Department of Religious Studies
501 McClung Tower
Knoxville TN 37966-0450
Work: 615-974-2466
Fax: 615-974-0965
e-mail: pal27008@utkvml.utk.edu

Barry Hallen
UNESCO: Southern Crossroads
Via San Maurilio 24
Milan 20123
Home: 39-2-8055122
Work: 39-2-8053189
Fax: 39-2-8053189

Judith Lynne Hanna
8520 Thornden Terrace
Bethesda, MD 20817
Home: 301-365-5683
Fax: 301-365-5683

Beverly May Harding
Seattle Art Museum
P.O. Box 22000
Seattle, WA 98122-9700
Home: 206-323-8650
Work: 206-654-3147
Fax: 206-654-3135

Michelle D. Harman
17931 Portside Circle
Huntington Beach CA 92649
Home: 714-846-2901
Elizabeth Harney
Flat 3, 6 Glenloch Road
Belsize Park
London NW3 4BU
Home: 44-71-431-3662

Michael Harris
615 Nina's Trace
Atlanta, GA 30331
Home: 404-699-2899
Work: 404-651-2257

Moira E Harris
4 Cardinal Lane
St. Paul MN 55127
Fax: 612-4834692

William Hart
University of Ulster
Cromore Road
Coleraine BT52 ISA

Marilyn Heldman
6010 Eitman Avenue
St Louis MO 63139
Home: 314-781-0807
Work: 314-516-5975
Fax: 314-241-1870

Harlan Henson
135 West Drake Avenue
Auburn, AL 36830
Home: 205-826-1707
Work: 205-844-4504
Fax: 205-844-5074

Eugenia Herbert
Mount Holyoke College
Department of History
South Hadley MA 01075
Home: 413-536-3864
Work: 413-538-2094
Fax: 413-538-2512

Shannen Hill
733 East Johnson, #3
Madison, WI 53703
Home: 608-257-0778
Work: 608-263-2371
e-mail: slhill@students.wisc.edu

Stephen Hill
University of Illinois
2136 Music Building
1114 W. Nevada
Urbana, IL 61801
Home: 217-355-1714
Fax: 217-244-4585
e-mail: shg0800@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu

Priscilla Hinckley
69 Pine Grove
Amherst, MA 01002
Home: 413-253-3776

Lionel Hogu
21 McCusker Drive, #9
Braintree, MA 02184
Home: 617-843-0946

Raymond Holbert
San Francisco City College
Art and Design
50 Phelan Avenue
San Franciso, CA 94112

Alona Horn
665 South Skinker Boulevard, #9E
St. Louis, MO 63105

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Bertina Carter Hunter
505 LaGuardia Place, #10C
New YorkNY 10012-2002

Joanna Hunter-Manns
Ala Funfun Enterprises
307 Grove Street
Montclair, NJ 07042

Benjo N. Igwilo
960 Peasley Street, NE
Orangeburg SC 29115
Home: 803-534-1306

Preminda Jacob
4403 4th Road North, #1
Arlington, VA 22203
Home: 703-527-0677

Nazim Jaffer
5698 Lamplighter Drive
Girard, OH 44420

Reinhild Janzen
17610 NW Prairie Creek Road
Newton KS 67114-8004
Home: 316-799-2585
Work: 913-864-4103
Fax: 316-799-2585

dele jegede
2623 Harrison Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47803
Home: 812-232-0038
Work: 812-237-3722
Fax: 812-237-4369
e-mail: arjeged@ruby.indstate.edu

Sabine Jell-Bahlsen
451 Broome Street #PHW
New York, NY 10013
Home: 212-226-7854
Work: 212-226-7854
Fax: 212-226-7854

Della Jenkins
P.O. Box 336
June Lake, CA 93529
Home: 619-648-7391
Fax: 619-648-7632

Earnestine Jenkins
2900 Northwind Drive
Place Apts # 624
East Lansing MI 48823
Work: 517-351-8257

Paul Jenkins
University of Basel
Pilgerstrasse 35
Basel CH4055

Sheila Jones
5317 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19139

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Manuel Jordan
Birmingham Museum of Art
2000, 8th Avenue North
Birmingham AL 35203
Home: 205-328-7516
Work: 205-254-2969
Fax: 205-254-2714

Bennetta Jules-Rosette
Department of Sociology
9500 Gilman Drive
UC-San Diego
La Jolla CA 92093
Home: 619-436-1621
Work: 619-436-5882
Fax: 619-755-7590

University of Kansas Libraries
Periodicals Section
Serials Department
Lawrence KS 66045

William Karg
Contemporary African Art Gallery
330 West 108th Street
New York, NY 10025
Home: 212-749-8848
Work: 212-662-8799
Fax: 212-662-8799

Ivan Karp
Institute of Liberal Arts
Emory University
Atlanta GA 30322
Home: 404-874-9298
Work: 404-727-6391
e-mail: ikarp@emory.edu

Sidney Littlefield Kasfir
Art History Department
Emory University
Atlanta GA 30322
Home: 404-522-2805
Work: 404-727-0808
Fax: 404-727-2358
e-mail: hartsk@unix.cc.emory.edu

Kinsey Katchka
641 Woodbridge Drive
Bloomington, IN 47408

Andrew Kaye
544 Kevin Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18017

Maria Kecskesi
Staatliches Museum fuir
Maximilian Str.42
D-80538 Munchen, GERMANY
Work: 089-2285506

Susan Kelliher
4415 Culbreath Avenue
Tampa, FL 33609

Carolee Kennedy
400 Seward Square, SE
Washington DC 20003
Home: 202-544-2433
Work: 202-401-4130

Leslie King-Hammond
2021 Madison Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Home: 410-383-0588
Work: 410-225-2255
Fax: 410-225-2229

Zachary Kingdon
The Elms, The Walk, Islip
Oxford OX5 2SD
Home: 44-865-376094

Barry A. Kitnick
314 Meadowbrook Drive
Santa Barbara CA 93108
Work: 805-969-6359
Fax: 805-969-6850

Eila Kivekas
Pyynikinlinna Museum
Mariankatu 40
33200 Tampere 20

Pawel Kozielski
Department of Art and Archaeology
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

Corinne A. Kratz
Institute of African Studies
Emory University
101 Social Sciences Building
Atlanta GA 30322
Work: 404-727-1036
Fax: 404-727-0274
e-mail: ckratz@unix.cc.emory.edu

Christine Mullen Kreamer
1830 Saint Roman Drive
Vienna, VA 22182
Home: 703-938-5391
Work: 202-357-4733
Fax: 202-357-2207
e-mail: mnhanl65@sivm.si.edu

Ross G. Kreamer
1830 Saint Roman Drive
Vienna, VA 22182
Home: 703-938-5391
Work: 202-720-9903

Betty LaDuke
610 Long Way
Ashland OR 97520
Home: 503-482-4562
Work: 503-552-6389

Alisa Lagamma
606 West 116th Street, #111
New York, NY 10027
Home: 212-678-4854
Work: 212-650-2593

Frederick Lamp
Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive
Baltimore MD 21218
Work: 410-396-7056
Fax: 410-396-6562

Kathrin Langenohl
Gaubstrasse 30
22765 Hamburg
Home: 040-1394215

Jennifer Lees
1107 Emerald Street
Madison, WI 53715

Sue Letsinger
4128 Interlake Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Edward Lifschitz
National Museum of African Art
MRC 708
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Smithsonian Institution
Washington DC 20560
Home: 202-544-0073
Work: 202-357-4600 x220
Fax: 202-3574879

Richard A. Long
883 Edgewod Avenue
Atlanta GA 30307
Work: 404-727-6564

Carol Ann Lorenz
7097 Indian Opening Road
Madison NY 13402
Home: 315-893-7296
Work: 315-824-7635
Fax: 315-824-7787

Kristyne S. Loughran
Lungarno Serristori 9
Florence, 50125

Tamara Lucas
4 Talbot Road
Oxford OX2 8LL
e-mail: nlucas@indiana.edu

Leslie Lund
498 7th Street #2
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Home: 718-965-0213
Work: 212-966-1138

Nancy Neaher Maas
6 Sunset West
Ithaca NY 14850
Home: 607-347-4590
Work: 607-255-5236
Fax: 607-347-6561

Carol Magee-Curtis
7341 Elmhurst Place
Goleta, CA 93117
Work: 805-682-8554
Home: 805-968-7431
e-mail: 6500clmc@ucsbuxa.ucs.edu

James Makubuya
3315 South Sepulveda Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Home: 310-390-2004
Work: 310-206-3033
Fax: 310-206-6958

Peter Mark
Wesleyan University
Art Department
Middletown CT 06457
Home: 203-347-9698
Work: 203-347-9411
e-mail: pmark@eagle.wesleyan.edu

Amanda Martin
Kansas University
611 West 6th
Lawrence, KS 66044

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

John Mason
Yoruba Theological Archministry
488 Putnam Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11221

Barbara Maudlin
Museum of International Folk Art
P.O. Box 2087
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Home: 505-988-1046
Work: 505-827-6350
Fax: 505-827-6349

Elizabeth A. McAlister
189 St. Mark's Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Work: 718-230-8535
e-mail: alister@minerva.cis.yale.edu

Gregorio McDonald
P.O. Box 1392
Cypress, Ca 90630

Edward McGuire
School of the Arts
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424
Home: 803-762-4152
Work: 803-953-5601
Fax: 803-953-8212

Harriet McGuire
Department of State
Washington, DC 20521-2080
Home: 245-25-12-67
Fax: 245-25-22-82

John A. McKesson Ell
880 5th Avenue
New York NY 10021
Home: 212-794-0933
Work: 212-794-0933
Fax: 212-794-9211

M. A. McMaster
HCR 62 Box 234
Bomoseen VT 05732

Patrick McNaughton
615 Northcliff Avenue
Bloomington IN 47408
Home: 812-334-3614
Work: 812-855-9556
Fax: 812-855-9556
e-mail: mcnaught@ucs.indiana.edu

Louise Meintjes
1704 Garden Street #C
Austin, TX 78702
Home: 512469-0583
Work: 512-471-5689
e-mail: lm@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu

Richard Meyer
16 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
Home: 212-473-3960
Work: 212-620-0640
Fax: 212-741-3780

Nancy Mikelsons
528 South Humpfey Avenue
Oak Park IL 60304
Work: 708-386-2633
Fax: 708-386-2414

Karen Elizabeth Milbourne
1132 East Washington #1
Iowa City, IA 52245

Charles D. Miller, HI
455 North Country Road
Saint James NY 11780-1704
Home: 516-584-7965
Work: 516-584-7965
Fax: 516-584-7965

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Kimberly Miller
302 Norris Ct. #3
Madison WI 53703
Home: 608-256-1456
e-mail: kamille3@students.wisc.edu

Brenda Molife
630 Reno Street
Iowa City, IA 52245
Home: 319-339-1638

Jacque Mott
1328 West Wmiona
Chicago IL 60640

Marshall W. Mount
74 Sherman Place
Jersey City, NJ 07307
Home: 201-653-2629
Work: 212-760-7135

Kazadi wa Mukuna
Kent State University
School of Music
Kent, OH 44242
Home: 216-677-4227
Work: 216-672-3041
Fax: 216-672-3041
e-mail: wcary@kentvm.kent.edu

Marilyn Nance
1508 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Home: 410-523-3717
Work: 410-225-2320

Robert Nicholls
Division of Education
University of the Virgin Islands
Charlotte Amalie
St Thomas Virgin Islands
Home: 809-777-1649
Work: 809-776-9200 x1303

Keith Nicklin
23 Church Street
Bromyard, Herefordshire HR7 4DP
Home: 0885-482480
Work: 081-699-1872
Fax: 081-291-5506

Everlyn Nicodemus
Bleekhofstraat 119 Gus 29
2140 Borgerhout Antwerp
Work: 32-3-2368260

Andrea Nicolls
1311 Delaware Avenue, SW, S730
Washington DC 20024
Home: 202-484-0088
Work: 202-357-4600 x234
e-mail: afaem021@sivm.si.edu

Nancy Ingram Nooter
5020 Linnean Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20008
Home: 202-966-0306
Work: 202-357-4600 x286

Northwestern University Library
Africana Department
Evanston, IL 60208
Work: 708-491-7684

John Nunley
St. Louis Art Museum
Forest Park
St. Louis MO 63110
Home: 314-727-3671
Work: 314-721-0072 x217
Fax: 314-721-6172

Joanna Ochsner
906 East Hillside Drive
Bloomington, IN 47401
Home: 812-334-7932
e-mail: jgrabski@ucs.indiana.edu

Greg Odo
91 Edward Street
Deptford London

Ann O'Hear
P.O. Box 114, Bridge Station
Niagara Falls, NY 14305-0114
Home: 716-282-5487
Work: 716-286-8074
Fax: 716-286-8422
e-mail: ohear@vax.niagara.edu

Ikem Okoye
Department of Art History
Northwestern University
1859 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208
Work: 708-491-8029
Fax: 708-467-1035

Cheryl Olkes
Harmattan Arts of Africa
1701 Bay Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20003
Home: 202-547-0615
Work: 202-544-8444

Jacob Olupona
African American and African
University of California-Davis
Davis, CA 95616

Mikelle S. Omari-Obayemi
P.O. Box 30693
Tuscon, AZ 85751
Home: 602-884-8078
Work: 602-621-5665/7570
Fax: 602-621-9768
e-mail: msomaoba@ccit.arizona.edu

J. L. Oram
Fairwinds, Meadow Way
West Horsley, Surrey

Simon Ottenberg
2317 22nd Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98112
Home: 206-322-5398
Work: 206-322-5398

Pace Primitive
Lisa Bradley
32 East 57th Street
New York NY 10022
Work: 212-421-3688
Fax: 212-751-7280

Judith Parker
Canadian Museum of
Contemporary Photography
P.O. Box 465, Station A
Ottawa, Ontario KIN 9N6
Work: 613-998-0466
Fax: 613-954-0528

Patricia Patton
415 Claremont Avenue, B2
Montclair, NJ 07042
Home: 201-744-8756
Work: 212-758-8130 x14
Fax: 201-7444746
e-mail: belusa@nyxfer.blythe.org

Nancy Pauly
1146 Erin Street
Madison WI 53715
e-mail: nspauly@students.wisc.edu

Philip M. Peek
Drew University
Department of Anthropology
Madison NJ 07940
Home: 201-822-3425
Work: 201-408-3383
Fax: 201-408-3768
e-mail: ppeek@drew.drew.edu

Diane Pelrine
Indiana University Art Museum
Bloomington IN 47405
Home: 812-334-3614
Work: 812-855-1036
Fax: 812-855-1023

Judith Perani
74 South Shannon Avenue
Athens OH 45701
Home: 614-593-3811
Work: 614-593-4288

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Louis Perrois
19 rue Esquirol
Paris 75013
Work: 148-03-76-15
Fax: 140-34-69-13

Constantijn Petridis
Helenalei 26/80
Antwerpen 2018
Home: 03-281-03-28

John Picton
University of London
Department of Art and Archaeology
School of Oriental and African
Home: 81-340-9754
Work: 71-323-6282/6259
Fax: 71-436-3844

Susan Picton
University of London
Department of Art and Archaeology
School of Oriental and African
Home: 81-340-9754
Work: 71-323-6282/6259
Fax: 71-436-3844

Jayendran Pillay
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753
Home: 802-388-4113
Work: 802-388-3711 x5229
Fax: 802-388-1268
e-mail: pillay@midd.bitnet

Barbara Plankensteiner
Neue Weltgasse 25
Vienna 1130
Home: 1-8772499

Robin Poynor
University of Florida
6604 NW 29th Street
Gainesville, FL 32653

Sharon Pruitt
300M Horseshoe Drive
Greenville NC 27834
Home: 919-355-5084
Work: 919-328-6265
Fax: 919-757-6441

Labelle Prussin
33-27 Utopia Parkway
Flushing, NY 11358
Home: 718-939-0439
Fax: 718-460-1390

Shaalini Ranasinghe
121 LaSalle Street #15
New York NY 10027
Home: 212-678-5126

Philip Ravenhill
National Museum of African Art
MRC 708
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20560
Home: 202-966-5866
Work: 202-357-4910
Fax: 202-357-4879
e-mail: afaem012@sivm.si.edu

William Rea
Department of Anthropology
University College
London WC1E 6BT
Home: 081-883-7093
Work: 081-883-7093
Fax: 081-883-7093
e-mail: ucsawrr@ucl.ac.uk

Betsy Cogger Rezelman
14 Judson Street
Canton, NY 13617
Home: 315-379-9484
Work: 315-379-5109
Fax: 315-379-5502
e-mail: brez@slumus.bitnet

Josephus V. Richards
6 Justice Drive
Amherst, MA 01002
Home: 413-256-4231
Work: 413-545-2751

Polly Nooter Roberts
1510 Muscatine Avenue
Iowa City, IA 52240
Home: 319-351-1885

Eric D. Robertson
Robertson African Arts
36 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010
Home: 212-675-4045
Work: 212-206-0912
Fax: 212-366-0718

Jontyle Robinson
P.O. Box 4613
Atlanta, GA 30302-4613
Home: 404-723-1509
Work: 404-223-7672

Meredith Rode
5114 Battery Lane
Bethesda, MD 20814
Home: 301-654-1378
Work: 202-274-5548

Arnold M. Rogoff
Ethnographic Arts Publications
1040 Erica Rd
Mill Valley CA 94941
Work: 415-383-2998
Fax: 415-388-8708

Rhoda Rosen
1126 West Pratt #2S
Chicago, IL 60626
Home: 312-761-1597
Work: 708-491-4001
e-mail: rose@merle.acns.nwu.edu

Doran H. Ross
Fowler Museum of Cultural History
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90024-1549
Work: 310-825-4259
Fax: 310-206-7007

Vicki Rovine
The Brooklyn Museum
AAPA, 200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn NY 11238
Work: 718-638-5000 x 281

Dana Rush
Centre Culturel Americain
B.P. 2010

Mei Mei Sanford
47 East 7th Street, #D3
New York NY 10003
Home: 212-254-6291

Karl-Ferdinand Schaedler
Georgenstrasse 85
D-80798 Munich
Home: 49-89-6090495
Work: 49-89-271-0594
Fax: 49-89-278-0366

Cynthia Schmidt
209 South Eyberg Avenue
Treynor, IA 51575
Home: 712-487-3735
Fax: 712-487-3475

Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Schneider
876 Melville Avenue
Palo Alto CA 94301
Home: 415-328-3445

Evan G. Schneider
6024 NE Hoyt Street
Portland, OR 97213
Home: 503-233-7793

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Trevor Schoonmaker
205 North Division, #2
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Home: 313-213-1169
tschoon@t.imap.itd. umich.edu

Gary Schulze
315 West 100 Street, #1A
New York, NY 10025

Rita Laura Segato
Department of Anthropology
Rice University
P.O. Box 1892
Houston, TX 77251

Thomas K. Seligman
Stanford University Museum of Art
Stanford CA 94305-5060
Home: 415-661-3654
Work: 415-725-0462
Fax: 415-725-0464
e-mail: hf.tks@forsythe.stanford.edu

Timna Seligman
Israel Museum
Jerusalem POB 91710
71117 ISRAEL
Home: 972-2-716159
Work: 972-2-708955
Fax: 972-2-631833

Helen M. Shannon
300 Cathedral Parkway #5H
New York NY 10026
Home: 212-865-7652

Thomas Shaw
70 La Salle Street, #12D
New York, NY 10027
Home: 212-865-4021

Juanita Sheffield
Seton Hall University
454 Prospect Avenue, #21
West Orange, NJ 07052
Home: 201-325-6313

Kay Kaufman Shelemay
60 Walker Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Home: 617-497-6285
Work: 617-495-2791
Fax: 617496-8081
e-mail: k-shelemay@harvard.edu

Roy Sieber
211 NW 48th Boulevard
Gainesville, FL 32607
Home: 904-336-4354 (FL)
Home: 812-332-6945 (IN)

William Siegmann
The Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn NY 11238
Home: 718-499-7841
Work: 718-638-5000 x281
Fax: 718-398-6930

Raymond A. Silverman
Michigan State University
Department of Art
East Lansing MI 48824
Home: 517-336-9230
Work: 517-353-9114
Fax: 517-355-6577
e-mail: bonduku@msu.bitnet

Andrea L. Smith
812 North Prairie Street, #1
Bloomington, IL 61701

Earl P. Smith
139 Marlboro Court
Maryville TN 37803
Home: 615-977-1767
Fax: 615-977-1767

Fred T. Smith
Kent State University
School of Art
Kent, OH 44242
Home: 216-678-1556
Work: 216-672-7853
Fax: 216-672-4729
e-mail: fsmith@kentvm.kent.edu

Yuniko Ito Smith
214 Court Street #2
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Home: 718403-0466

Smithsonian Institution
African Art Library
Quad Room 2138
Washington, DC 20560

Neal Sobania
Office of International Education
Hope College
Fried International Center
Holland MI 49422-9000
Work: 616-394-7605
Fax: 616-394-7937

Robert T. Soppelsa
1655 Illinois Street
Lawrence KS 66044
Home: 913-841-1935
Work: 913-231-1010
Fax: 913-231-1089

Anne M. Spencer
The Newark Museum
Box 540, 49 Washington Street
Newark NJ 07101
Home: 908-561-6385
Work: 201-596-6663
Fax: 201-642-0459

Jill St. Coeur
44 Willow Street
Florence, MA 01060

Janet Stanley
1791 Lanier Place, NW, Apt. 23
Washington, DC 20009-2138
Home: 202-483-4790
Work: 202-357-4600 x285
Fax: 202-357-4879
e-mail: libem010@sivm.si.edu

Amy Staples
National Museum of African
Art-MRC 708
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20560
Home: 202-483-3810
Work: 202-357-4600 x283
Fax: 202-357-4879

Sasha Stollman
Glenn Wharton and Associates
549 Hot SPrings Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Home: 805-569-5916
Work: 805-565-3639
Fax: 805-565-3649

Louis de Strycker
2 Av. Prisonniers Pol.#12
B-1150 Brussels,

Zoe Strother
224 North 4th Avenue, #B
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Home: 313-663-8062
e-mail: zoe.strother@cc.umich.edu

Studio Museum in Harlem
144 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Work: 212-864-4500
Fax: 212-666-5753

Femi Taiwo
6549 North Ashland Avenue, #3
Chicago, IL 60626
Work: 312-262-6652
Fax: 312-508-2292

Jessica Taplin
1100 Austin Avenue, Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30307

Frieda High W. Tesfagiorgis
Department of Afro-American
University of Wisconsin
4231 Humanities Bldg.
455 N. Park Street
Madison, WI 53711
Home: 608-274-5055
Work: 608-263-1642
Fax: 608-259-0523

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Barbara Thompson
388-4 Maguire Village
Gainesville FL 32603
Home: 904-846-5466
Work: 904-392-0211
e-mail: barbthom@ufcc.ufl.edu

Lillian Trager
Center for International Studies
Wood Road, Box 2000
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Kenosha WI 53141-2000
Work: 414-553-2701

Lynette Vivian Tucker
20 Waterside Plaza #16B
New York, NY 10010

Grady T. Turner
303 West 66th Street, #7FE
New York NY 10023
Work: 212-873-3400
Fax: 212-724-1729

UCLA Library
0123878UR01 Serials Department
A1581 URL
University of California
Los Angeles CA 90024

Eliane L. Saint-Andre Utudjian
9 Rue du Cap
94000 Creteil

Monica Blackmun Visona
220 Wright Street, #304
Lakewood, CO 80228
Home: 303-989-7748
Work: 303-556-3090
Fax: 303-556-4094
e-mail: visonam@mscd.edu

Itala Vivan
University of Milano
Via Renato Serra 14
Milano 20148

Jerome Vgel
108 Wooster Street
New York, NY 10012
Home: 212-266-2080
Work: 212-266-2080
Fax: 212-266-2080

Maude Southwell Wahlmann

Art Department
University of Central Florida
Orlando, FL 32816
Home: 407-699-1002/6777
Work: 407-823-5925

Joan Waite
10 Caraway Court
Princeton, NJ 08540

Robert Waite
10 Caraway Court
Princeton, NJ 08540

Roslyn A. Walker
1301 Delaware Avenue, SW, N516
Washington DC 20024
Home: 202-484-1358
Work: 202-357-4600 x236
Fax: 202-357-4879

Jack V. Wallinga
1235 Yale Place
Minneapolis MN 55403
Home: 612-333-5985

Betty Wass
1010 Edgehill Drive
Madison WI 53705
Home: 608-233-9259
Work: 608-262-4458
Fax: 608-265-5851
e-mail: wass@macc.wisc.edu

Anna Wexler
241 Walnut Street
Brookline, MA 02146
Home: 617-739-1827

Thomas Wheelock
7 East 84th Street
New York NY 10028
Home: 212-348-2522
Work: 212-794-4720
Fax: 212-794-7010

Rosalinde G. Wilcox
Division of Fine Arts and
Saddleback College
28000 Marguerite Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Home: 310-838-6737
Work: 714-582-4404
Fax: 310-836-8462
e-mail: wilcox-r@al.sccd.cc.ca.us

Frank Willett
583 Anniesland Road
Glasgow Scotland 913 IUX
Home: 141-959-3424
Work: 141-959-3424
Fax: 141-954-7028

Jeri B. Williams
308 Westwood Plaza #143
Los Angeles CA 90024
Home: 213-6534948

Sylvia H. Williams
National Museum of African Art
MRC 708
Smithsonian Institution
Washington DC 20560
Home: 202-546-5132
Work: 202-357-4600 x203
Fax: 202-3574879
e-mail: afaem008@sivm.si.edu

Hans Witte
Museum Kamstraat 55
6522 GB Nijmegen
Home: 080-238930
Work: 080-238930

Norma Wolff
Iowa State University
Department of Anthropology
319 Curtiss Hall
Ames, IA 50011
Home: 515-232-2857
Work: 515-294-5599
Fax: 515-294-1708
e-mail: nhwolff@iastate.edu

Stephen Wooten
506 West Healey Street, #2
Champaign, IL 61820
Home: 217-359-7503
Work: 217-333-3616
Fax: 217-244-3490
e-mail: s-wooten@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu

Bill Wright
116 West Houston Street
New York, NY 10012

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Africa, the Caribbean, and South America

Dr. Arthur Abraham
Institute of African Studies
Fourah Bay College

University of Abuja Library
P.M.B. 117

Dr. George H. O. Abungu
Coastal Museums
Programme/Coastal Archaeology
Fort Jesus Museum, PO Box 82412
Mombasa, KENYA

Research Library on African
P.O.B. 2970
Accra, GHANA

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

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

Dr. Alexis AdandE
B.P. 1057

Dr. Codjovi Joseph AdandE
B.P. 06-1275
Work: (229) 33-36-90
Fax: (229) 33-42-39

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

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

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

Mr. Oluremi E Adedayo
National Museum
P.M.B. 54
Minna, Niger State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. Coffi Guillaume Adjaho
Conseiller Technique t la Culture
B. P. 120
Work: (229) 31-22-27

Dr. Adimado Aduayom
Ddpartement d'Histoire
University du BWnin, B.P. 1515
Lom6, TOGO

Centre de Recherches Culturelles
B.P. 276
Mbandaka, ZAIRE

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

African Art Centre
8 Guildhall Arcade
35 Gardiner Street

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

Mr. Kokie Agboutaen-Eghafona
Department of Sociology and
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State, NIGERIA

Mr. Leonard Ahonon
Mus6e Historique d'Abomey
B. P. 25

Mr. A. M. Ahuwan
Department of Industrial Design
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

Mr. Frank Olusanya Ajayi
Department of Fine Arts
College of Education
Ikere-Ekiti, Ondo State, NIGERIA

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

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

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

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

Dr. Tunde Akinwumi
Department of Design
Yaba College of Technology

Professor E. J. Alagoa
P.O. Box 125
University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, NIGERIA

Ms. Jacqueline Alewsse
Centre Culturel Americaine
Boulevard de la Rocade
01 BP 1866

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

Mr. Gilbert Amegatcher
College of Art
University of Science and
Kumasi, GHANA

Mr. El Anatsui
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

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

Dr. Chike C. Aniakor
Institute of African Studies
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA
(at the Metropolitan Museum of
Art in 1995)

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

Dr. James Anquandah
Department of Archaeology
University of Ghana
PO. Box 3
Legon, GHANA

Ms. eggy Appiah
P.Q Box 829
Kumasi, GHANA

Ms. Chinwe E Anyaegbuna
National Commission for Museums
and Monuments
P.M.B. 1285
Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

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

Dr. David A. Aremu
Department of Archaeology &
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

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

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

AREWA House Library
Ahmadu Bello University
P. 0. Box 2006
Kaduna, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. James E. Arhuidese
National War Museum
Umuahia, Abia State, NIGERIA

Mr. Emmanuel Arinze
Heritage Consultancy Bureau
P. 0. Box 71041
Victoria Island, Lagos, NIGERIA

Dr. Marion Arnold
15 Polo Road, Observatory
Cape Town 7925, SOUTH AFRICA

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

Dr. Raymond N. Asombang
Centre for Anthropological Studies
and Research
B.P. 1844

Mr. Romain-Philippe Assogba
Musee d'Ethnographie
B. P. 299
Work: (229) 21-25-54
Home: (229) 34-10-59

Mr. Bernard Ayuk
Ministry of Information and Culture
National Museum

Mr. Ibare E. Bagodo
B.P. 1057

University de Bangui
B.P. 1450

National Cultural Foundation
West Terrace
St. James

Musee National de Prdhistoire et
d'Ethnographie du Bardo
3 rue Franklin Roosevelt
Algiers, ALGERIA

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

Mr. Boubacar Barry
rue L.G. Damas X F
Fann Residence
Dakar, SENt GAL

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

Dr. Rayda Becker
University Art Galleries
University of the Witwatersrand
Private Bag 3

Ms. Emma Bedford
South African National Gallery
Government Avenue, POB 2420
Cape Town 8001, SOUTH AFRICA

Dr. Henry Bell-Gam
Department of Creative Arts
University of Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt, NIGERIA

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

University Library
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State, NIGERIA

University Nationale du Benin
Bibliothbque B.P. 526

University du Benin Bibliotheque
B.P. 1515

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

Mr. Rory M. Bester
Department of Art History
University of the Witwatersrand
P. 0. Wits 2050, SOUTH AFRICA
e-mail: 023rob@cosmos.wits.ac.za

National Museum and Art
Independence Avenue
P.O. Box 114
Gaborone, BOTSWANA

University of Botswana Library
Private Bag 0022
Gaborone, BOTSWANA

Ms. Barbara Buntman
History of Art
University of the Witwatersrand
Wits 2050, Johannesburg, SOUTH

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

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Musde National du Congo
B.P. 459
Brazzaville, RIPUBLIQUE

British Institute in Eastern Africa
P.O. Box 30710
Nairobi, KENYA

Mr. Jerry Buhari
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

University Officielle de
B.P. 1320
Bujumbura, BURUNDI

Dr. Omar Bwana
National Museums of Kenya
P. 0. Box 40658
Nairobi, KENYA

Ms. Sibonisiwe Cala
11 Bolton Avenue
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

Mr. Abdourman Bigne Camara
Direction Nationale de la Culture
B.P. 617

Mr. Mamadou Camara
C. N. Gunes Co., B. P. 964

Mr. Bolaji Campbell
Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State, NIGERIA

Mr. Leonard Cardoso
B. P. 338
Home: 25-22-93
Fax: 20-14-00

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

Centre Amadou Hampatd Ba
B. P. 1511, Missira Rue 20x35
Bamako, MALI

Centre Culturel Africain
Rue Victor Hugo
Bell Village Port-Louis

Centre for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos
Akoko-Yaba, Lagos, NIGERIA

B. P. 770
Libreville, GABON

Centro Estudios Africa Medio
Ave 3ra 1805 e/18 7 20
Miramar, Havana, CUBA

Dr. J. C. Chakanza
Department of Religious Studies
Chancellor College, P. 0. Box 280

Mr. Martin Chembere
5 Chatima Road
P. 0. Box Mbare

Mr. C. T. Chimimba
Museums of Malawi
P. 0. Box 30360
Blantyre 3, MALAWI

Ms. Gloria Chianu Chuma-Ibe
Centre for Black and African Arts
and Civilisation
National Theatre, P.M.B. 12794

Dr. V. E. Chikwendu
Department of Archaeology
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Mr. B. K. Chukwuezi
Department of
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Dr. Bernard Clist
Department of Archaeology &
CICIBA, B. P. 770
Libreville, GABON

Ms. Mary O. Coker
Old Residency Museum
P.M.B. 1180
Calabar, Cross River State,

Community Arts Project (CAP)
Sir Lowry Road, P.O. Box 13140
Cape Town 7900, SOUTH AFRICA

Mr. C. Bellarmia Codo
B. P. 03-2891
Home: (229) 30-10-32
Fax: (229) 31-46-66

Bibliothbque Universitaire
B.P. 2025
Brazzaville, REPUBLIQUE

Mr. Roy Cook
Matombo Gallery
6 Zimre Centre, 114 Moffatt Street

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

Mr. Alda Costa
Director, Departamento de Museus
Minist6rio da Cultura, Casa de
C. P. 2702

Musee Nationale d'Abidjan
B.P. 1600
Abidjan 225, COTE D'IVOIRE

Mr. Themba Dakamela
15 Dunblane Road
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

University of Dar es Salaam
P.O.B. 35092
Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA

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

Mr. Ahmed Dawalbeit
Project Ecomusde Urbain de Dakar
ENDA Tiers-Monde
B.P. 3370

Ms. Henrietta Dax
Clarke's Bookshop
211 Long Street
Cape Town 8001, SOUTH AFRICA

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Ms. Elizabeth Dell -
Department of Art History
University of the Witwatersrand
P. 0. Wits 2050, SOUTH AFRICA
e-mail: eadekk@clusl.ulcc.ac.uk

Mr. FranCois de Necker
Department of Fine Art
University of Namibia
Private Bag 13301
Windhoek 9000, NAMIBIA

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

Mine. Rachida De Souza
Musde Ethnographique de Porto
B.P. 299, Porto Novo

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

Mr. M. Diaby
B. P. 25
Djennd, MALI
Work: 42-00-90
Fax: 22-25-15

Mr. Ibnou Diagne
B. P. 5303
Dakar-Fann, StNIGAL
Work: (221) 24-63-70
Home: (221) 20-01-57

Mr. Tiohona Moussa
Institute d'Histoire, d'Art et
d'Archeologie Africains, Universit6
08 B.P. 945

Dr. Chike Dike
National Gallery of Modern Art
National Theatre

Mr. Ifedioramma Dike
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Awka, Anambra State, NIGERIA

Ms. Ndidi Dike
230 Awolowo Road, Flat #3
P.O. Box 51866, Ikoyi Post Office
Falamo, Ikoyi, Lagos, NIGERIA

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

Mr. Graham A. Dominy
Natal Museum, Private Bag X9070
Pietermaritzburg 3200,
Work: (27) 331-451404
Home: (27) 331-420169
Fax: (27) 331-450561

Dr. Francis Duah
Ghana National Museum
P.O. Box 3343
Accra, GHANA

Mr. Todd Dube
25 Pardon View Flat
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Mr. Neville Dubow
Michaelis School of Fine Art
University of Cape Town
Rondebosch 7700

Museu Regional do Dundo
Dundo, C.P. 54
Chitato, Lunda-Norte, ANGOLA

Ms. Abgail & Mr. Isaac Dzingire
5696 Juluka Road
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

Mr. Osa D. Egonwa
Department of Fine, Applied and
Performing Arts
Delta State University, Abraka
Abraka, Delta State, NIGERIA

Ms. Annaleen Eins
National Art Gallery of Namibia
P. 0. Box 994
Windhoek, NAMIBIA

Dr. L. C Ekechukwu
Department of Archaeology
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

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

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

Mr. Joseph I. Enuechie
Delta State Council for Arts and
P. 0. Box 71
Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State,

Mr. Toni Eseagwu
Department of Industrial Design
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

Mr. Nsikek Essien
Department of Fine Arts
Institute of Management &
Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Dr. J. M. Essomba
Departmente de I'Histoire
University de Yaoundd

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

Ms. Anthonia Fatunsin
National Museum
P.M.B. 5524
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

Mr. Manzambi Vivu Fernando
Museu Nacional de Antropologia
C.P. 2159
Luanda, ANGOLA

Mr. Manuel Figueira
Centro Nacional de Artesanato
S. Vicente

Mr. Kunle Filani
Department of Art
Federal College of Education

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

Ms. Nancy Forgione
46 Melvill Road
Illovo 2196, SOUTH AFRICA

University of Fort Hare Library
Private Bag 1313
Alice 5700, Ciskei, SOUTH
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Fort Jesus"Museum Library
P.Q Box 82412
Mombasa, KENYA

Mr. Kojo Fosu
Department of Art Educatioon
University of Science and
Kumasi, GHANA

Institute of African Studies
Fourah Bay College

Fuba Academy
Electricity Building
1 President Street
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

Mr. Japhet Funwayo
853 Old Magwegwe
P. O. Magwegwe
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Professor C Magbaily Fyle
Institute of African Studies
Fourah Bay College

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

Dr. Boube Gado
Institute de Recherches en Sciences
Humaines, Universitd de Niamey
B.P. 318
Niamey, NIGER

Ms. Helen-Afi Gadzekpo
Ghana Film Industry Corporation
P. O. Box M83
Accra, GHANA

Mr. Nalikuleni Gama
56717 Old Lobengula
P. 0. Magwegwe
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Gambia National Library
Reg Pye Lane PMB

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

Ms. Rosalina Gauffin
Institute Nacional des Artes
Direcgao Feral da Cultura
C. P. 338

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Ms. Mariame Gba
Bibliothbque Municipal
Avenue Crosson duPlessis, B.P.

Mr. Kolawole Patrick Gbaja
National Museum, P.M.B. 2004
Idi-Aba, Abeokuta, Ogun State,

Dr. Emmanuel A. Gbajavi
NW5/259, Idioro Ekotedo
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

Dr. Yaro Geila
National Commission for Museums
and Monuments
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos, NIGERIA

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

Mr. Ablade Glover
Department of Art Education
University of Science and
Kumasi, GHANA

Ms. Colette Gounou
Musde Honm6
B. P. 229
Work: (229) 21-35-66
Fax: (229) 21-25-25

Musee National du Costume
Grand Bassam 225

Professor John Watt Grossert
P. 0. Box 11067
Mariann Hill, Natal 3601

Museu da Guine-Bissau
C.P. 37

Musee National du Guinde
B.P. 561

Mr. Roy Guthrie
Chapungu Sculpture Park
Msasa, P. O. Box 2863

Regional Director
Zimbabwe Military Museum
P. 0. Box 1300

Ms. Beverly Hall-Alleyne
Institute of Jamaica
12-16 East Street
Kingston, JAMAICA

Mr. Magdy Sayed Kalifa
Cairo Museum
Kasr El Nile, Tahrer Square
Cairo, EGYPT

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

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

Reference Librarian
University of Ibadan Library
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

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

Dr. Bashir Ikara
AREWA House, Ahmadu Bello
P.O. Box 2006
Kaduna, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

Mr. Okay Ikenegbu
P. 0. Box 9032
Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. C Krydz Ikwuemesi
Equemesy Place, P. O. Box 134
Ogidi, Anambra State, NIGERIA

University Librarian
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State, NIGERIA

University of Ilorin Library
P.M.B. 1518
Ilorin, Kwara State, NIGERIA

Institute des Musees Nationaux de
B.P. 4249
Kinshasa, ZAIRE

Institute of Ethiopian Studies
Addis Ababa University
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa. ETHIOPIA

Mr. Levi Izuakor
National Museum
P. M. B 12256
Work: (1-263) 6075
Fax: (1-263) 3098
Work: (229) 30-32-19

Mr. Jacob Jari
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

Dr. J. E Jemkur
Centre for Nigerian Cultural
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. B. E Jenkins
Department of Fine Arts
Yaba College of Technology

Mr. Rashid Jogee
144 Fourth Street
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Johannesburg Art Gallery
P. 0. Box 23561
2044 Johannesburg, SOUTH

Jos Museum
Jos, Plateau State

Mr. Abdu Rahman Mohamed
Zanzibar Museum
P.O. Box 116
Zanzibar, TANZANIA

Mr. Joseph Jumah
33 Jarvis Road
Queenspark West
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Ms. Otilia Kadenge
National Gallery of Zimbabwe
P.O. Box CY 848, Causeway

Dr. R. O. Rom Kalilu
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Ladoke Akintola University of
P.M.B. 4000
Ogbomosho, Oyo State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. Ephrim R. Kamuhangire
Department of Antiquities &
P. 0. Box 5718
Kampala, UGANDA

Ms. Aneesa Kassam
P.O. Box 40319
Nairobi, KENYA

Ms. Carol Kaufmann
South African National Gallery
Government Avenue, POB 2420
Cape Town 8001, SOUTH AFRICA

National Museums of Kenya
P.O. Box 40658
Nairobi, KENYA

Kenyatta University Library
P.O. Box 43844
Nairobi, KENYA

University of Khartoum Library
P.O.B. 321
Khartoum, SUDAN

Mr. Jean-Baptiste Kiethega
B.P. 4278
Ouagadougou, BURKINA FASO

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

Dr. Donna Rey Klumpp
P.O. Box 526
Machakos, KENYA

Mr. David Koloane
303 Fattis Mountain
66 Harrison Street
Johannesburg 2001, SOUTH

Dr. Moussa Konrouma
Musde Nationale
B. P. 262

Mr. Joseph Kpobly
Association des Artistes Plasticiens
du Bdnin
B.P. 04-0001

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

Mr. Nkosizile Kumalo
437 A Square, Njube Suburb
P. 0. Mpopoma
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

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

Mr. Atta Kwami
College of Art, PO Box 50
University of Science & Technology
Kumasi, GHANA

Mr. David M. Kyule
Department of History
University of Nairobi, P.M.B.
Nairobi, KENYA

University of Lagos

Dr. Massamba Lame
Musde d'Art Africain
IFAN, B.P. 206
Dakar, SENtGAL

Lamu Museum Library
P.O. Box 48

Mr. Djoulde Laya
Centre d'Etudes Linguistiques et
Historiques par la Tradition Orale
B.P. 878
Niamey, NIGER

Ms. J. C. Leeb-Du Toit
Department of Fine Art and Art
University of Natal
Private Bag X01
Scottsville 3209, SOUTH AFRICA

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Ms. Nessa Leibhammer
Johannesburg Art-Gallery
P. O. Box 23561
2044 Johannesburg, SOUTH

National University of Lesotho
P.O.B. Roma

Mr. Sikiru Akinlabi Liasu
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c/o PAO-Monrovia
Department of State
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Livingstone Museum
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Mahatma Gandhi Institute

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Institute Nacional de Estudos e
C.P. 112

Ms. Bente Lorenz
P. 0. Box 50079
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

UniversitW Nationale -
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Mr. Jose Garcia Lumanisakio
Museu de Angola
C.P. 1267C
Luanda, ANGOLA

Mr. Lindile Lusinga
64647/64 Tshabalala
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Mr. Rufaro Mahonde
National Museums and Monuments
of Zimbabwe
P. O. Box 8540, Causeway

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

Mr. Olakunle Williams Makinde
P.M.B. 1285
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Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Mr. Andrew Makromullis
Meridien BIAO Bank
P. 0. Box 37158
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

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

Service de Documentation
Mus6e National
B.P. 159
Bamako, MALI

Mr. Haladou Maman
Mus6e National
B.P. 248
Niamey, NIGER

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

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

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

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

Regional Director
National Museums and Monuments
Private Bag 9158
Masvingo, ZIMBABWE

Mr. Stanley Matengwa
National Gallery in Bulawayo
75 Main Street/Leopold Takawira
P. O. Box 1993
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

Bibliotheque Nationale du
B.P. 20
Nouakchott, MAURITANIA

Ms. Mariama Mbengue
Mus6e d'Art Africain
IFAN, B.P. 206

Mr. Patrick Mbunwe-Samba
Association for Creative Teaching
ACT Office, KRC, P.O. Box 510
Bamenda, N.W. Province,

Museu de Historia Natural
C.P. 1780

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

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

Mr. Georges Meurillon
Musee National
B.P. 159
Bamako, MALI

Mr. Tony Mhonda
3 Arundel School Road
Mount Pleasant

Michaelis Art Library
Johannesburg Public Library
Market Square
Johannesburg 2001, SOUTH

Mr. William Miko
Kabulonga Girls Secondary School
P. 0. Box 320098
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Ms. Elza Miles
3a Main Road East
2092 Melville, Johannesburg 2000

Mr. Adriano Mixinge
Museu Nacional de Antropologia
C.P. 2159
Luanda, ANGOLA

Ms. Yaleng Green Mkandawire
57587 New Lobengula
P. 0. Magwegwe
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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Mr. Dominic Mkhosi
Mzilikazi Art and Craft Centre
P. 0. Box 2034
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Mr. Rnmy Mongo-Etsion
B.P. 890
Brazzaville, REPUBLIQUE

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

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

Dr. Fadhili Mshana
Department of Arts, Music and
P. O. Box 35044
University of Dar es Salaam
Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA

Mr. Charles Msimanga
5903 Luveve (5)
P. 0. Luvene
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Mr. Mantando Mukela
Moto Moto Museum
P.O.B. 420230

Mr. Zacharia Mukwira
Southern Africa Federation of the
P. 0. Box 2247
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Ms. Carol Muller
Department of Music
University of Natal
King George V
Durban, 4001, SOUTH AFRICA
work: 27-31-260-1348
fax: 27-31-260-1048

Mr. D. Mumba
Museums of Malawi
P.O. Box 30360
Blantyre 3, MALAWI

Mr. Patrick Mumba
Kamwala Secondary School
P. 0. Box 30505
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Musde National du Chad
Institute National des Sciences
B.P. 503
N'Djamena, CHAD

- -Dr. Agnes Koki Musyoki
Department of Environmental
University of Botswana
Private Bag 0022
Gaborone, BOTSWANA

Regional Director
Mutare Museum
P. 0. Box 920

Mr. George Mvenge
National Museums and Monuments
Box CY 33, Causeway

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

State Museum of Namibia
P.O. Box 1203
Windhoek, NAMIBIA

Mr. Oumarou Nao
03 B. P. 7021, Ouagadougou 03
Ouagadougou, BURKINA FASO
Work: (226) 30-73-18
Home: (226) 36-25-90
Fax: (226) 30-72-42

Mr. Tunde Nasiru
Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State, NIGERIA

Natal Museum Library
Private Bag 9070
Pietermartizburg 3200

Periodicals Librarian
University of Natal Library
Private Bag X01
Scottsville 3209, SOUTH AFRICA

National Archives of Zimbabwe
Private Bag 7729, Causeway

National Museum Library
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos, NIGERIA
National Gallery in Bulawayo
75 Main Street/Leopold Takawira
P. 0. Box 1993
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

National Gallery of Zimbabwe
P. 0. Box CY 848, Causeway

Mr. Dumisani Ndlovu
72644 Lobengula West
P. 0. Magwegwe
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

Mr. Newman Ndlovu
National Gallery in Bulawayo,
Studio 8
75 Main Street/Leopold Takawira
P. 0. Box 1993
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Ms. Francoise N'Goran
Bibliothbque Centrale
University d'Abidjan, 08 B.P. 859

Bibliotheque de la Faculte des
University de Niamey
B.P. 418
Niamey, NIGER

University of Nigeria
Enugu Campus Library
Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Dr. Joseph Nkrumah
Advance Afrika (Int.) Dynamics
P.O. Box 16666
Accra-North, GHANA
Work: (233) 221-225880
Fax: (233) 221-225880

Mr. Billy Nkunika
Centre for the Arts
University of Zambia
P. 0. Box 32379
10101 Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Nnamdi Azikiwe Library
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Mr. Coustant Noanti
Mus6e Historique d'Abomey
B. P. 25
Work: (229) 50-03-14

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

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Dr. Jean-Paul Notud
B. P. 1857

Dr. Oledinma P.
PO Box 64
University of Port Harcourt
P.M.B. 5323
Port Harcourt, Rivers State,

Mr. Uloaku Nwaozuzu
Department of
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Dr. Ade Obayemi
O-kun Cultural Centre
P.M.B. 1004, Iffe (Ufe)-Ijumu
Kogi State, NIGERIA

Dr. Tayo Obielodan
Department of Curriculum Studies
& Educational Technology
University of Ilorin, P.B.M. 1515
Ilorin, Kwara State, NIGERIA

Dr. A.B.C. Ocholla-Ayayo
Kenya Archaeological &
Ethnographic Research Agency
P.O. Box 10614
Nairobi, KENYA

Ms. Naana Ocran
Ghana Tourist Board
P. 0. Box 847
Cape Coast, GHANA

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

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

Mr. Adisa Ogunfalakan
Department of Archaeology
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

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

Mr. Sylivester Ohloo
Kaimosi Girls High School
Private Bag
Tiriki, KENYA

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

Mr. Adedapo Ojo-Ade
c/o Ms. C. O. Ojo-Ade
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State, NIGERIA

Mr. Boniface Okafor
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Federal Polytechnic, P.M.B. 21
Oko, Aguta, Anambra State,

Dr. Tunde Okanlawon
Box 583
Saba, Lagos

Dr. C S. Okeke
Department of Fine and Applied
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Mr. Chika Okeke
P. O. Box 3032
Department of Fine and Applied
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State, NIGERIA

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

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

Mr. Fryde Okoh
P. O. Box 9284
Enugu, Enugu State, NIGERIA

Mr. Tonie Okpe
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University

Mr. Patrick Okpoko
Department of Archaeology
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Anambra State, NIGERIA

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

Ms. Ana Maria de Oliveira
P. 0. Box 1970
Luanda, ANGOLA

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

Ms. Malaika Olugbuyi
International Black Cultural
Whyte Street, Sauteurs
St. Patricks, GRENADA

UniversitE Omar Bongo
B.P. 13131
Libreville, GABON

Mr. Duro Oni
Centre for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba

Mr. Chidum F. Onuchukwu
Department of Fine and Applied
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State, NIGERIA

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

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

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

Dr. Elizabeth C
Department of Fine Art
Kenyatta University
P.O. Box 43844
Nairobi, KENYA

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

Bibliothbque Universitaire
University de Ouagadougou
B.P. 7021
Ouagadougou, BURKINA FASO

Mr. Tiona Ouattara
08 B. P. 945 Abidjan 08
Work: 25-56-90
Home: 43-11-00

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

Ms. Pat Oyelola
P. 0. Box 30385
Secretariat P. O.
Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA

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

Dr. Richard Pankhurst
Institute of Ethiopian Studies
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa University
Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA

Ms. B. M. Pfukani
Africa University Library
P. 0. Box 1320

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

Mr. Martin Phiri
Zambia National Visual Arts
P. 0. Box 30029
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Mr. Thabani Phuthi
3394 Nkulumane
P. 0. Nkulumane
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

Dr. Odoch Pido
P. 0. Box 526
Machakos, KENYA

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

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. Sally Price
Anse Chaudiere
97217 Anses d'Arlet

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

Dr. Aderemi Raji-Oyelade
Department of English
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State, NIGERIA

Mr. Jean Aime Rakotoarisoa
Mus6e d'Art et d'Archeologie
University d'Antananarivo
B.P. 564
Tananarivo, MADAGASCAR

Dr. Elizabeth Rankin
Department of Art History
University of the Witwatersrand
1 Jan Smuts Avenue
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

Dr. David Rasamuel
Centre d'Art et d'Arch6ologie
University de Madagascar
B.P. 4129, 45-47 ave. du 26 juin
Tananarivo 101, MADAGASCAR

Dr. Liza Van Robbroeck
Department of Fine Art & Art
UNISA, P.O. Box 392
Pretoria, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA

Mr. Steven Sack
1 Magnet Street
Kensington 2094
Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

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

Ms. M. H. L. Salum
Rua Arafura, 30 Jardim do Mar
CEP 09726-210
Sio Bernardo do Campo
Sio Paulo, BRAZIL

Dr. Klena Sanogo
Institute des Sciences Humaines
B.P. 159
Bamako, MALI

Mr. Yaya Savan4
Mus6e National
01 B.P. 1600
Abidjan 01, COTE D'IVOIRE

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

Mr. Godfrey Setti
Private Bag 322X
Ridgeway 15102
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Dr. Abdul Sheriff
Department of Archaeology,
Museums & Antiquities
P. 0. Box 116
Zanzibar, TANZANIA

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

Mr. Ali Ould Sidi
Centre Ahmed Baba de Tombouctou
B. P. 14
Timbuktu, MALI

Sierra Leone Library Board
P.O.B. 326

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

Mr. Lunda F. J. Sinkamba
National Heritage Conservation
Heritage House, Musi-o-Tunya Road
P. O. Box 60124
Livingstone, ZAMBIA

Slave Route Committee
Ministry of Culture
B. P. 120
Work: (229) 31-46-66
Fax: (229) 3146-66

Dr. Sultan Somjee
Institute of African Studies
University of Nairobi
Nairobi, KENYA

Dr. Robert Soper
Department of History,
Archaeology Section
University of Zimbabwe
P.O.B. MP 45, Mt. Pleasant

Ms. Jennifer Sorrell
ADA P. O. Box 16093
Vlaeburg 8018, SOUTH AFRICA

Ms. Denise Sossouhounto
MinistBre de la Culture et des
B. P. 04

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Mr. Elise Soumonni
BI P. 04 0265
Work: (229) 30-19-33
Fax: (229) 31-46-66

University of South Africa
P. 0. Box 392
Pretoria 0001, SOUTH AFRICA

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

Ms. Leslie Spiro
Johannesburg Art Gallery
P. 0. Box 23561, Joubert Park
Johannesburg 2044, SOUTH

Mr. Ignatius Sserulyo
Margaret Trowell School of Fine
Makerere University
Kampala, UGANDA

Swaziland National Museum
P.O.B. 100

University of Swaziland Library
Private Bag
Kwalusene, SWAZILAND

Mr. Moustapha Sy
Musde d'Art Africain de Dakar
B. P. 6167
Dakar-Etoile, StNEGAL

Mr. Abdoulaye Sylla
Musee National du Mali
B. P. 159
Bamako, MALI
Work: 22-34-86
Fax: 23-19-09

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

Dr. Taddesse Tamrat
College of Social Sciences
Addis Ababa University
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA

Dr. Julio Cesar de Souza Tavares
Institute de Arte e Communicagio
Universidade Federal Fluminense
Rua Prof. Lara Vilela, 126 CEP
Niter6i Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL

Dr. Toussaint Tchitchi
University Nationale du B1nin
B. P. 526
Work: (229) 32-14-18
Home: (229) 30-16-48
Fax: (229) 36-01-99

Ms. Elizabeth Terry
Design and Development Services
P.O. Box 413
Gaborone, BOTSWANA

Professor Edmund Tetteh
Department of Paintings and
University of Science and
Kumasi, GHANA

Mr. Voti Thebe
National Gallery in Bulawayo
P. O. Box 1993
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

Ms. Margo Ursula Timm
University of Namibia
P. 0. Box 8221
Windhoek 9000, NAMIBIA

Centre de Documentation et de
Recherches Historiques "Ahmed
B.P. 14
Tombouctou, MALI

Musee National de Togo
Departement Cultural Affairs
Lomb, TOGO

Mr. Gabriele Tombini
Italian Cultural Institute
8 Eleke Crescent, Victoria Island
P.O. Box 1971

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

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

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

Mr. Ogbuefi Vincent Ughenu
P. 0. Box 37
Nkpor, Idemili Local Government
Anambra State, NIGERIA

Mr. Dil Humphrey Umezulike
Department of Fine and Applied
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State, NIGERIA

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

Serials Division
University of South Africa Library
P. 0. Box 392
Pretoria 0001, SOUTH AFRICA

University of Uyo Library
P.M.B. 1017
Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, NIGERIA

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

Ms. Glenda Venn
28 Fulham Road
Brixton 2092, SOUTH AFRICA
work: 27-114861660
home: 27-11-8376136

Dr. E. Viviers
P. 0. Box 905
Ifafi 0260, SOUTH AFRICA

Dr. James H. Wade
P.O. Box 5441
Maiduguri, Bomo State, NIGERIA

Dr. Solomon Irein Wangboje
Creative Arts Centre
9 Utomwen/Owoseni Street
P.O. Box 3596, New Benin
Benin City, Edo State, NIGERIA

Ms. Ann Wanless
Africana Museum
Market Square
Johannesburg 2001, SOUTH
Dr. J. A. R. Wembah-Rashid

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

University of the West Indies
Mona, Kingston 7, JAMAICA

Mr. Stephen Williams
P. 0. Box 1809
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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

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

UniversitW de Yaoundd
B.P. 1312

Mr. Lawrence Yombwe
Matero Boys Secondary School
P. 0. Box 32494
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

Mr. Gavin Younge
Michaelis School of Fine Art
University of Cape Town
Rondebosch 7700, SOUTH

University of Zambia Library
P.O.B. 32379
Lusaka, ZAMBIA

National Heritage Conservation
Chishimba Falls Road
P.O.B. 60124

Livingstone, ZAMBIA
Ms. Grazyna Zaucha
Tonga Museum
P. 0. Box 630189

Mr. Ahmed Zekarias
Institute of Ethiopian Studies
Addis Ababa University, P.O.B.
Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA

Zimbabwe Museum of Human
P. 0. Box 8006, Causeway

Zimbabwe Museum Natural
History Library
Leopold Takawira Avenue & Park
P.O. Box 240
Bulawayo, ZIMBABWE

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