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ACASA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

dele jeg dp, President
Bill Dewey, Past President
Kathy Curnow, Secretary-Treasurer
Daniel Avorgbedor, Editor
Kathleen Bickford,
Michael Harris
Polly Nooter Roberts
Directors Retiring at the ASA Meeting
1997 Jean Borgatti
Eugenia Herbert
Chris Mullen Kreamer
Rosalinde Wilcox

Membership Information (for residents
of North America, Europe, Asia)
Kathy Cumow, Secretary-Treasurer
Dept. of Art, Cleveland State University
Cleveland, OH 44115 USA
Tel: (216) 687-2105 Fax: (216) 932-1315
E-mail: k.curow@csuohio.edu
I.]
Annual dues are $35.00, payable in
January. Checks payable to "ACASA"
and sent to: Rosalinde Wilcox, Saddleback
College, Division of Fine Arts & Comm-
unications, 28000 Marguerite Parkway
Mission Viejo, CA 92692

Membership Information (for residents
of Africa & the Caribbean):
Janet Stanley
National Museum of African Art
Library
Smithsonian Institution MRC 708
Washington, DC 20560, USA
Tel.: (202)357-4600 Ext. 285
Fax: (202) 357-4879
E-mail: libem010@sivm.si.edu
The ACASA Newsletter is published three
times a year: April, August and December.
The newsletter seeks items of interest for
publication. You can send news about job
changes, fieldwork, travel, new publications,
etc. The next ACASA newsletter will be in
August 1997. Please send news items by
JIul 17, 1997 to: Daniel Avorgbedor, 110
Weigel Hall, School of Music, OSU,
Columbus, OH 43210-1170 E-mail:
avorgbedor.l@osu.edu
fax 614-292-1102 tel.: 614-292-9441


ACASA NEWS]


Presidential Notes e
by
dele jegede, ACASA President

I went, I saw, and, yes, I was
blown out! I'm talking about
the Big Easy: New Orleans,
venue of our 11th Triennial
Symposium. As I cruised the
streets with Bill Fagaly, ACASA's
pointman and a very connected
host, I grew nostalgic and starry-
eyed: I was momentarily trans-
posed and felt that this was a city
that I had known all my life. Such
was the friendly vibration, such
the familiar sites and enact-
ments-of the vintage architecture
of the French Quarter, of people
minding their business in fruit
kiosks perched on the edge of
verdant turfs, kids pressing to
clean your windscreen at the
traffic light for some donation-
that I felt that New Orleans could
have been any African city.
(I thought I saw a street that


in this issueooo
Presidential Notes
Survey Results
llth Triennial Symposium & Panel
Exhibitions
Auctions
Jobs & Internships
Conferences
Grants
Cbituary
ACASA 1997 Directory of Members


looked very much like the one in
Mushin, Lagos, which was named
after a certain quarrelsome Alhaji;
but there, I just hallucinated!) I
felt such an inexplicable rush of
excitement about New Orleans
that I blurted out to Bill that if
someone wanted me to come up
with a slogan concerning the
Triennial, it simply would be,
"Come Home to the Big Easy."

As I took the ferry with Peggy
McDowell across the raging
Mississippi River to Mardi Gras
World which, all things being
equal, would be the venue for our
banquet, it suddenly occurred to
me that New Orleans would be a
place to be with your family next
April. For the first time in
ACASA's history, the Triennial
will be held in a hotel: the Hyatt
Hotel. From the 41st floor where
the reception will be held, you
could see the Crescent City and its
enchanting beauty. The Triennial
promises to be one swell festival
where academic formalism will be
tempered by the inebriating power
of funfilled engagements. For lovers
of music, particul-
arly jazz, the Big
I Easy is the place to
be. With its excel-
lent melange of gal-
leries and eateries,
8 New Orleans boasts
the capacity to
lighten your wallet
and happily send
9
10 you back to your
base a few pounds
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lol. 48 April 1991






heavier, what with tempting
menus of seafood. For those of
you seeking adventure, all it takes
is a drive to Barataria where you
can satisfy your urge for Cajun
food in addition to roaming the
swamps at the Bayou Coquille
Trail. You've got to be careful
though: there are hibernating
alligators and snakes amidst the
blooming irises, wild palmettos
and, if you're lucky, azalea. But
the silent, almost innocuous rush
of the canal, the painterliness of
duckweeds on seemingly uncon-
cered waters, the chirping of
birds and the rustle of leaves, the
coquettish play of the sun on
tenderly spring trees; all of this
makes such a trip irresistible.
Now, don't you rush for your bag
yet; we are talking of April 8-12,
1998. There! that should make
you feel good; enough time to
mark your calendar, call your
travel agent and, if you dare, alert
the kids.

While we are at the planning
stages of New Orleans, I should
draw your attention to a number
of issues. Our Endowment and
Fund-Raising drive is gathering
momentum. I would like to plead
with you: please grant me the
pleasure of thanking you for your
financial support. As the Yoruba
proverb goes, "Obe to dun, owo
lo pa a." Literally, "Delicious
stew, victim of big money." On
its part, ACASA will vigorously
ensure that all those who are
presenting papers or are serving
as panel chairs are in good
financial standing with the
Council. (This excludes our
members in Africa.) So, if you
have not renewed your
membership or are yet to receive
our membership renewal form,
please get in touch with Rosalinde


Wilcox who is standing in for
Kathy Curow-Nasara.

To our members in the Diaspora,
particularly those in Africa,
ACASA would want to hear from
you. A little over a year ago, a
call went out to ACASA members
in Africa to organize themselves
into viable regional, national or
local chapters for the purpose of
enriching ACASA's goals and
making the exchange a two-way
traffic. (See ACASA Newsletter,
No. 44, Dec. 1995, p.4) That call
still stands. This initiative was
meant to stimulate healthy
dialogue amongst ACASA
members on the continent, and to
encourage them to explore local
funding for local activities such as
symposia or conferences. I once
again implore all of our members
in Africa to give this call a serious
thought. If you have organized
local chapters or have any
questions or suggestions, please
contact Bill Dewey, School of Art
and Art History, University of
Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242, USA.

Thanks to the efforts of Michael
Conner and Ray Silverman,
editors and moderators, H-
AfrArts, ACASA's home page, is
functioning. Of course, we are
aware that not all of our members
in Africa have access to the
internet, much as they would have
loved to. But for those who have
the privilege, I encourage you to
contact the following addresses if
you are interested in subscribing:
conner@ucs.indiana.edu for
Michael Conner, or ras@h-
net2.msu.edu for Ray Silverman.
They can be reached at the
following addresses: Michael
Conner, 821 West 6th Street,
Bloomington. IN. 47404-3633.
USA or Ray Silverman, Art


Department, 313 Kresge Art
Center, Michigan State
University, East Lansing, MI
48824-1119, USA. You may also
visit our web site at the following
address: http://h-
net2.msu.edu/ artsweb

I look forward to serving you.



In January of this tt ear the
Smithsonian Institution I-ashnrgwn.
D.C. announced the appornutmer or
Roslyln iblker as Dire'ctor rt
.Vational ,Aluseum of.-lf-'an .-rt
.- letter \riFtten to hei, bh dele
jqgqcd-. AC4S.-1s Pretidenill i
reptChAcedAi below

Dear Roslyn,

I received the news of your well-
deserved appointment as
Director of the National Museum
of African Art with great
excitement. And, on behalf of the
Board of Directors and members
of the Arts Council of African
Studies Association (ACASA), I
rejoice with you and congratulate
you on this major achievement.

Of course, you do not need
ACASA or its president to remind
you that your new scepter comes
with its advantages, challenges
and expectations. It is to our
advantage -collectively as well
as individually-that the Smith-
sonian Secretary Michael
Heyman was able to recognize in
you those qualities that we have
all along acknowledged:
seasoned scholarship anchored
upon dogged research, museum
craftsmanship and, above all, an
amiable and gracious personality.
But while all this will no doubt
help, it will not prevent the
challenges from intruding. After-
all, that is why you were chosen:
to confront the challenge of
striking a balance between the
technical, political (and sometimes


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Presidential Notes, contd.
incomprehensible) demands of
officialdom and meeting the
demands for a user-friendly and
scholarship-driven platform by a
diverse public whose hopes may
have been whetted, quite
appropriately, by your appointment.
Expectations will soar amongst
your academic and professional
colleagues who, in wishing you
well, would be out to see how you:
would consolidate the visions laid
by your able and dynamic
predecessor while you attempt to
steer the ship of an institution
that remains the only one of its
kind in this country in the
turbulent professional waters that
anticipate the dawn of the third
millennium.

In all of this, Roz, I want to let
you know that ACASA will be
there for you, and that you should
avail yourself of the generous
goodwill that flows from this body
and from the great individuals
that make up the polity.

Once again, congratulations!

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EIBITOIIlAL NOTES

The editor wishes to thank Janet
Stanley and Rosalinde Wilcox for
the important contributions they
made toward the compilation of the
1997 ACASA membership direct-
ory, which is published as an
appendix to this April issue.

Because of the large space taken by
the directory we are unable to
publish all of our regular features
(e.g., Noteworhty Publications and
Internet Resources do not appear in
this issue).

The survey results, which appear on
this page were inadvertently omitted
from the last issue of the
newsletter.


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RS'rJLiTS OF' TIIE SIIR~TE 0N

PR ORITIE S~ AND XNTITIATX7ITE S


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206 Respondents -- Answers in Percentages

In order to help ACASA establish priorities and develop long range planning, please rank the
following ACASA initiatives in terms of their importance to you.


Low
*0
1. Travel stipends for African colleagues to Triennial 4

2. Travel stipends for African colleagues to ASA
conferences 7

3. 35 mm slide distribution to African institutions 2

4. Book and catalogue distribution to African institutions 1

5. Fundraising for a permanent ACASA endowment 6

6. Sponsoring and organizing Triennial Symposium of
African Art 5

7. Sponsoring and organizing panels for annual ASA
and CAA meetings 6

8. Advocating for accurate and responsible treatment
of African art in grade school and college textbooks 1

9. Advocating for cultural property and archaeological
conservancy issues 6


10. Advocating for recognition of gender issues and
approaches in the field of African art
11. Newsletter
Book reviews
Book listings
Exhibition listings
Area reports from Africa
Grant opportunities
Position listings
Symposium/conference news
Triennial program
Electronic conversion of the newsletter
Page on World Wide Web

12. ACASA publishing activities
Act as a publishing clearing house
Publish a series of working papers of
African colleagues

13. Forming ACASA subgroups in Africa

14. Conference in Africa


Priority High Priority
1 2 3 4 5
4 4 19 27 42

11 18 26 23 26

5 16 28 25 24

2 9 25 29 39

6 12 23 25 27

2 2 15 19 57

3 3 24 25 39


2 4 22 26 43

6 7 17 27 37


4 14 12 29 22 19


12 9 13 33 14 19

9 4 8 23 28 28

8 10 12 30 19 21

18 9 9 27 15 22


, 0 column represents those answers left blank by the respondent.


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ACASA

The Arts Council of the African Studies Association
January 1, 1997

Dear ACASA member:

With the new year comes our annual request for your ACASA membership renewal. In order to be in the
April directory, your dues must arrive by mid-March, but later arrivals will be listed in subsequent addenda
and receive back issues. Please complete the information below and submit with a check or money order
made out to ACASA. Western European members should send checks in their own currency which are
the equivalent of the dollar amount; they should NOT send checks drawn on dollar accounts in European
banks. Members outside the U.S. may also pay with postal orders. Because I am on sabbatical and
traveling this year, return envelopes are addressed to Dr. Rosalinde G. Wilcox, the ACASA Board Member
who will be processing the checks.

Your membership will include the April directory issue of the ACASA newsletter, as well as August and
December issues, and you will support our continuing efforts to increase communication and collaboration
with our African and African Diaspora colleagues. You will also receive first-hand information about
ACASA-sponsored programs for the 1997 ASA Annual Meeting and 1998's Eleventh Triennial Symposium
of African Art in New Orleans. Thank you for your continued participation and support. Mail checks to '1

Yours truly Dr. Rosalinde G. Wilcox
Division of Fine Arts & Communications
Saddleback College
thy C 28000 Marguerite Parkway
ACA Secretary/Treasurer .
.. .,... ..........,,,,,t....l. Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Regular member $35.00
Special member $15.00
(student, unemployed, retired)
Institutional member $35.00

Mailing address and phone numbers for Directory and receipt of the newsletter

Name:
Address:

City: State: Zip:
Country, if not U.S.
Home Phone: Work Phone:
Fax: Email:

Additional information-please circle or complete

Education (highest degree): PhD MA MFA BA Other
Specialization: Art History Anthropology Ethnomusicology Other
Current Memberships: ASA CAA AAA Other
Primary Profession: University teaching Other teaching Museology Research Student
Other
Primary Regional Focus: West Africa Central Africa East Africa North Africa Southern Africa
Diaspora Other
Ethnic or Country Focus:

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Arts Council of the African
Studies Association announ-
ces the Arnold Rubin Outstand-
ing Publication Award


Th e Arts Council of the
SAfrican Studies Assoc-
iation (ACASA) invites
publishers to nominate titles for
the Arnold Rubin Outstanding
Publication Award. This prest-
igious award, first bestowed in
1989, honors publications for
excellence in scholarship on the
arts of Africa and the African
Diaspora.

The award is offered trienially, at
the ACASA Triennial Symposium
on African Art, to works of
original scholarship and exc-
ellence in visual presentation that
make significant contributions to
our understanding of African and
African Diasporic arts and
material culture. Four honorable
mentions in each category will
also be made. The winning
authors and titles will be
announced in the ACASA
Newsletter and the ASA News
and will earn the right to use the
award designation in publicity
connected with the distribution of
the publication..

Nominations for the Rubin Award
may be made directly by
publishers and should meet these
guidelines:

a Submissions must be original
scholarly texts published from
1995 through 1997.

b Topics may include visual arts
and material culture (including
sculpture, graphic arts,
architecture, photography, text-
iles, etc.), and performing arts


(including masquerade, music,
dance, etc.) of Africa and the
African Diaspora.

C Symposium proceedings, new
editions of previously published
works, bibliographies, articles,
dissertations, and books of
photographs without scholarly
texts fall out of the scope of this
award

Awards will be given in two
categories:

1. Original scholarly monographs
by one or more authors published
in English, including exhibition
catalogues.

2. Original multi-authored, edited
texts published in English,
including exhibition catalogues.

Publishers who wish to nominate
a title or titles should send one
copy to each of the four
committee members: Kathleen
Bickford, The Art Institute of
Chicago, 111 S. Michigan Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60640; Christine
Mullin Kreamer, Hanoi/Dept. of
State, Washington DC 20521;
Kristyne Loughran, C/O Liz
Loughran, P.O. Box 960,
Shepherdstown, WVA 25443;
Ikem Okoye.

Submissions must be reiwied by
SEPTEMBER 1,1997.


ELEVENTH TRIENNIAL
SYMPOSIUM ON AFRICAN ART
New Orleans, APRIL 8-12, 1998

[BCall for papers/panels & List of
Panel Titles Received

T e theme for the llth
Triennial Symposium on
African Art to be held in
New Orleans in April, 1998, is
"AFRICAN ART STUDIES AT
THE MILLENNIUM." Panel
topics should reflect and explore
the new methodologies, theories,
and fields/sites of research that
will impact and expand the
boundaries of African art studies
in the 21st century.

Paper proposals should be sent
directly to the panel chair
(telephone numbers or e-mail
addresses are provided below only
for chairs who are not listed in the
ACASA directory). Proposals
should include a title and an
abstract not exceeding one page.
For those who wish to propose a
paper for an unspecified panel,
please submit to Triennial
Program Chair, Polly Nooter
Roberts (319) 335-0653 (fax) or
e-mail: allen-roberts@uiowa.edu.
Additional panel proposals should
also be submitted to the Program
Chair. The deadline for paper and
panel proposals is JULY 1, 1997


Please be advised that Triennial
participants will be allowed to
serve in one role only, with the
exception of panel organizers,
who may serve as chairs and also
present papers on their own
panels.








11TH TRIENNIAL, contd.


P A N E L S:


AFRO-ATLANTIS EMERGENT:
Creolization and Beyond in the Study
of a Major World Current of Philo-
sophy and Art Chairs: Ramona
Austin and Robert Farris Thompson

TEACHING STUDIO ART IN AFRI-
CA: Methodologies, Approaches, Exp-
eriences Chair: Betty LaDuke

PASTORALISTS AS PERFORMERS
AND MEDIATED SIGNS OF IDEN-
TITY Chairs: Sidney L. Kasfir and
Corinne A. Kratz

ATLANTIC RIM PERFORMANCE
ARTS: Links and Missing Links in
the Development of Caribbean and
West African Masquerades Chair:
John W. Nunley

PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES
ON AFRICAN ART Chair: W.A.
Hart

CROSS-CURRENTS IN THE NIGER
DELTA Chairs: Martha Anderson
and Philip M. Peek

MODERNISM AND THE CARIB-
BEAN: Its Connection to North
American Art History Chair: Richard
Powell, Art History, Duke University
(919) 684-2473

WOMEN'S ART/WOMEN'S MASQ-
UERADE: The Caribbean and Africa
Chair: Judith Bettelheim

THE MANY FACES OF NEW
ORLEANS Chair: William Fagaly

SACRED ARTS OF HAITIAN
VODOU Chair: Donald Cosentino
and Marilyn Houlberg

THE FULANI WOMAN
Chair: Frederick Lamp


THE INTERNATIONAL MUKANDA
Chair: Z.S. Strother

MOZAMBIQUE UPDATE: New
Opportunities for Artistic Exchanges
Chairs: Gilberto Cossa and
Harriet McGuire (contact
Gilberto Cossa at (319) 353-
4407)


ROCK
VISTAS
NIUM
Nooter


ART STUDIES: NEW
FOR A NEW MILLEN-
Chair: Nancy Ingram


THE BANTU PHENOMENON:
Wither Art History? Chair: Ekpo
Eyo (310) 405-1485

CONTEMPORARY YORUBA TEX-
TILES AND CLOTHING Chair:
Norma Wolff

WRITTEN CULTURE: Script and
Inscription in African Art Chair:
Mary (Polly)Nooter Roberts

"AFRICANNESS" IN CONTEMP-
ORARY SOUTH AFRICAN ART
Chairs: Sandra Klopper and
Michael Godby, Department of
History of Art, University of Cape
Town tel.021-650-2685 fax 021-
650-3726

DIVINERS AND SPIRIT MEDIUMS
AS FOCI OF ARTISTIC PROD-
UCTION IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
Chair: William Dewey

THE NON-SPECIALIST TEACHER
AND THE AFRICAN ARTS
COURSE Chair: Betsy Cogger
Rezelman, St. Lawrence University
(315) 379-5192

THE EFFICACY OF ART: Com-
parative Study of Kisi, Ase, Du, etc.
Chair: Allen F Roberts

ART, AFRICA, AND CHILDREN:
Teaching Creativity and Culture
Chair: Kinsey Katchka, Indiana
University
(e-mail: kkatchka@indiana.edu)


WORD AS/OR IMAGE: Artistic Ex-
pression in Africa's New Religious
Movements Chair:Rosalind I.J. Hackett

REVISITING THE ART/CRAFT
DICHOTOMY: Looking for New
Answers Chair: Robert T Soppelsa

TEACHING AND STUDYING AFRI-
CAN ART WITH COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY
Chair: Christopher Roy

PERFORMANCE AND POWER IN
THE CARIBBEAN AND BEYOND:
Sacred and Festival Music and Dance
in Critical Perspective Chair: Liza
McAlister (Dept. of Religion,
Wesleyan U, tel. (860)685-2289.
email emcalister@wesleyan. edu).

VISUAL DIPLOMACY: Comical
Representations in African Art
Chair: Babatunde Lawal

ART OF THE AFRICAN DIAS-
PORA: Issues of voice, definition, and
transformation. Chairs: Michael
Olushina Olushina@aol.com
delejegede
ARJEGED@ruby.indstate.edu (812)
237-4369

AFRICAN STUDIO PHOTOGRA-
PHY Chair: Christraud Geary

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EXHIBITIONS


*AARAGON GALLERY
OPENS IN ATLANTA
igeria's first and only
private gallery accredited
as an international center
for arts and crafts by the Nigerian
National Commission for Mus-
eums and Monuments and the
World Intellectual Property
Organization based in Geneva,
Switzerland, has established a
new branch office in Atlanta,
Georgia (USA).


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The primary objective of the
center is"to promote, through a
series of artistic and cultural
activities, Africa's cultural
heritage. The gallery which
opened on February 1, 1997,
participated fully in the recently
concluded Black History Month
and plans to work closely with
colleges, institutions and museums
in promoting dialogue through
seminars, symposia, workshops
and regular quarterly exhibitions
of artists in the Black Diaspora.
The idea of a branch office for
Aaragon Gallery was bom during
the Centennial Olympic Art
Exhibition in Atlanta 1996, when
its pavilion received highly
encouraging patronage from
visitors. This November, it plans
to participate in the Black Arts
Festival and World Exposition
which has been scheduled to take
place in Detroit, Michigan. Tunde
Adetunji, its Chief Executive
Officer, established the Lagos
base of Aaragon Gallery in the
mid-eighties.

* The National Museum of
African Art is sponsoring a
series of free programs in April,
May and June. The first of these
will be on Saturday, April 12,
1997.

Meet the Artist: Madgalene
Odundu (10 a.m. noon)
Magdalene Odundo, the cont-
emporary ceramic artist from
Kenya (now living in London),
demonstrates and discusses her
approach to creating ceramic
vessels. The museum will open at
9:30 a.m. to admit audiences for
the pottery demonstration.

mAfrican American Quilters,
a travelling exhibit curated by
Maude Wahlman, is presently at


the Folk Art Center, in Asheville,
NC. Originally funded with grants
from NEA, NEH, the Southern
Arts Federation, and the U. of
Mississippi, it has been travelling
around the U.S. for 10 years.

Included in the exhibit are 20
African American Quilts (from
private collections) by 10 quilters
with their portraits and bio-
graphies. Also included are text
labels explaining continuities with
West African textile traditions,
African secret writing systems,
and African charm making
traditions, and examples of
African textiles, writing, and
charms.

The exhibit rents for $3000 for 6
weeks plus shipping & insurance.
It is available after April, 1997,
from Dr. Maude S. Wahlman,
Professor, Art History, University
of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
32816 Phone: 407 823-5925 /
email:
wahlman@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu

Her book, Signs and Symbols:
African Images in African
American Quilts (Penguin USA,
1993) serves as an exhibition
catalog and is available for $24
in paper, and $25 in hardback
with a 40% discount for resale of
more than 10 copies.

mThe Indianapolis Art
Center is currently looking for
African, African-American, and
African-Brazilian artists for an
exhibition in September about the
Middle Passage/African Diaspora.
The show is called "Cross-
currents: Journeys through the
African Diaspora" and will show
two contemporary artists from
each region working with themes
of a cultural, spiritual, or physical


journey. There is an extensive
educational program planned
including lectures, film, classes,
etc.

Anyone wishing to contribute
sources of information,
suggestions for artists especially
Afro-Brazilian or African (include
name, address, email or snailmail
address or phone), or offers to
speak during the program, please
e-mail me directly--use the words
"Journeys Project" or my name
in the subject line to ensure an
immediate response.

Thank you very much,

Julia Muney Moore. Director of
Exhibitions and Artist Services,
Indianapolis Art Center

Or have artists send me slides
directly:

Journeys Project, c/o Julia Moore
Indianapolis Art Center, 820 E.
67th St. Indianapolis, IN 46220
USA

Phone: (317) 255-2464
FAX: (317) 254-0486 (please
make sure my name is on it
somewhere)
email: inartctr@inetdirect.net

mOpening February 14th, 1997,
Wright Gallery located at 116
West Houston Street, presents
"Drawing on Tradition," an
exhibition of traditional and
modem Ethiopian art. This unique
exhibition offers the public the
opportunity to witness the trans-
ition of a centuries-old artistic
tradition to the paintings of
modem times.

The traditional collection includes
fourteen historic wooden icons,


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church wall paintings on cloth, an
outstanding selection of crosses,
as well as photographs of historic
sites of Ethiopia. Featured along-
side these pieces are the paintings
of three of Ethiopia's finest
contemporary artists: Zerihun
Yetmgeta, Wosene Kosrof, and
Tesfaye Tessema. The latter two
artists have lived in the United
States for more than twenty years,
yet all three draw on Ethiopia's
rich and ancient cultural tradition.

For more information visit the
exhibition preview on the H-
AfrArts WWWpage:
http://hnet2.msu.edu/-artsweb/
exhibitions/ethiopia-l.htm

* Program of African
Studies Jubilee Exhibition
(Northwestern University,
Evanston) The centerpiece of
PAS's yearlong commemoration
of the program's 50th anniversary
in 1998 will be a 3,000-square-
foot exhibition at Northwestern
University's Mary and Leigh
Block Gallery. The multimedia
exhibition, curated by Deborah L
Mack, will draw on Melville J.
Herskovits's field photography,
motion pictures, audio recordings,
and artifact collections to
illustrate his lifelong research on
the African Diaspora in the
Americas.

The Exhibition's themes will be
elaborated in related activities: a
keynote address by Henry Louis
Gates; a workshop for Chicago-
area educators, with a special
focus on contemporary Haitian
society and city's Haitian
communities, residencies, perf-
ormances, and demonstrations by
artists and cultural practitioners
whose work represents the legacy
of the cultural dynamics of


Herskovits investigated; an inter-
national symposium; and a 50th-
anniversary edition of a selected
Herskovits work.


AU ACTIONS
* A number of important works
from the Victoria and Alastair
Mundy-Castle collection of
Oshogbo art will be auctioned at
Aljira Art Center in Newark,
New Jersey on June 5. The
Mundy-Castles collected in
Nigeria from 1969 to 1979. Early
works of the original Oshogbo
artists, Twins Seven Seven,
Adebisi Fabunmi, Ashiru
Olatunde and others will be
included in Aljira's annual benefit
auction on June 5. For inform-
ation, contact: Aljira Center for
Contemporary Arts (201) 643-
6877.


JOBS & INTERNS
uThe Arts of Africa, Oceania,
and the Americas at The
Metropolitan Museum of Art
seeks a part-time Research
Assistant. The position reports
directly to the Assistant Curator
and will be responsible for
collections maintenance/ docu-
mentation and cataloguing; assist
in the organization of thte
department's exhibitions and
public inquiries.

Candidates must possess a
Master's Degree in Art History
with a concentration in the area of
African Art; reading knowledge of
French necessary, German
helpful. wordprocessing exp-
erience essential, IBM PC,
Wordperfect and Dataperfect
preferred. Proven scholarly and


public writing ability and strong
organizational skills essential.
Submit cover letter, r6sum6 and
transcript of course studies to
Attn: Irma Torres, H.R. Dept.,
1000 Fifth Avenue., New York,
NY 10028. Application deadline
is May 15, 1997.

* The Art Institute of Chicago
is accepting applications for
twelve 10-week Summer
Internships in the department of
Museum Education. Interns
participate in a full range of
educational programs serving all
ages, from pre-school children to
senior citizens. Internships extend
from June 2 through August 8,
1997, and are available for pay.
college credit, or on a volunteer
basis.

Applicants must have completed
their junior year of college and
graduate students are encouraged
to apply. Major in Art History is
preferred. Fluency in a foreign
language (especially Spanish),
writing skills, or teaching
experience helpful. Macintosh
skills and prior work with children
and adults is preferred.

Send cover letter summarizing
your interest and resume, one
letter of recommendation, and
complete transcripts to: Kim
Kruskop, Coordinator of Intern-
ship Programs, The Art Institute
of Chicago, MC/ME97S, 111 South
Michigan Avenue, Chicago, II
60603-6110. Send application
materials by April 1, 1997. [tel.
312-443-3555]




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CONFERENCES
* Archaeology -Symposium
- National Museum of
African Art Saturday, May 3,
1997 In celebration of its 10th
anniversary on the National Mall,
the National Museum of African
Art presents a symposium on the
current state of research in
African historical archaeology.
Participants include Christopher
deCorse, "Introduction: Current
Issues"; Ter6ba Togola, "The
Niger River Inland Delta"; Ekpo
Eyo, "The Niger River Coastal
Delta", Pierre de Maret, "The
Zaire River Basin"; George
Abungu, "The Zambezi River
Valley"; and Betsy Bryan, "The
Nile Valley."

This program is free, and limited
seating is available on a first-
come, first served basis. To
reserve a seat, you may register
by calling (202)357-4600, ext.
221 before April 18. A limited
number of box lunches will be
available for $9.00 (cash) on site.

Send responses to : FAX 202 357-
4879
Internet: afaem013@sivm.si.edu
Bitnet: afaem013@sivm

* The Style Conference, to be
held July 25-28, 1997, in Bowling
Green, Ohio, will bring together
people working in feminist and
cultural studies, postmodernist
and queer theory, design, media,
and other fields around the new
work being done on style. The
conference hopes to provide a
unique interdisciplinary forum
that will also incorporate the
major critiques of that work.
Conference organizers invite as
broad a variety of material,


cultural, and discursive
experiences as possible around the
theme of "Theorizing Style:
Pleasures & Dangers." Potential
topic areas include performing
style, age and generation, styling
desire, fashion/fun/guilt, academic
style, queer looks, bodily
parameters, designs for living,
virtual style, appropriation/
exploitation/ commodification.
Proposals are welcomed in any
format: individual papers, planned
sessions, workshops, round tables,
film and video, performance,
multimedia pres-entations, and so
on. The deadline for 250- word
proposals is December 1, 1996.
For more information contact:
Laura Stempel Mumford (tel:
608/238-3612; e-mail:
Ismumford@aol.com) or Ellen E.
Berry (419/372-2620
eberry@bgnet. bgsu. edu).

* Engineers, Scientists, Man-
agers, Researchers, Chief
Executives, Administrators, and
Students are invited to
participate in the Fourth
Africa-USA International Con-
ference on Manufacturing
Technology. This conference
represents an international con-
gregation of professionals
interested in the advancement of
Manufacturing Technology in
Africa. The conference will be
held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
on August 11-15, 1997 For
further conference information,
contact: tel. (412) 624-9857 or
(405) 325-4359, or e-mail:
nnaji@engrg.pitt.edu
or, abadiru@ou.edu

mThe Institute for the Study of
Gender in Africa of the James
S. Coleman African Studies
Center announces a conference
on 'Gender Power, and Dif-


ference in African Societies,"
to be held June 6-8, 1997, at the
University of California at Los
Angeles. The goal of the
conference is to rethink gender
concepts and theories as they have
been applied to African societies.



GRANTS
Knight Foundation Resi-
dencies at YADDO, a retreat for
professional creative artists
working in a variety of media,
invites applications for residencies
sponsored by the John S. and
James L. Knight Foundation.
Residencies, which include room,
board, and studios, vary in length,
lasting up to two months. The
average stay is five weeks. Yaddo
offers residencies to professional
creative artists working in one or
more of the following media:
choreography, film, literature,
musical composition, painting,
performance art, photography,
printmaking, sculpture, and video.

Artists may apply individually or
as members of collaborative
teams of two or three persons.
About 200 artists are invited each
year, about one-fifth of the
number who apply. For appl-
ication forms, send a self
addressed stamped envelope by
Aug. 1 to: The Admissions
Committee, Yaddo, Box 395,
Saratoga Springs NY 12866-0395

m The Virginia A Groot
Foundation is offering a grant
of up to $25,000 to an artist who
has exceptional talent and
demonstrated ability in the areas
of ceramic sculpture or sculpture.
For information send an SASE by
March 1 to: Virginia A Groot







Foundation, 9516 Harding Ave.,
Evanston IL 60203.

* US Department of the
Interior, National Park Serv-
ice, National Center for Pre-
servation Technology and
Training, 1997 Preservation
Technology and Training Grants
Through the Preservation Tech-
nology and Training Grants
program, NCPTT supports work
in archeology, historic archi-
tecture, historic landscapes,
objects and materials cons-
ervation, and interpretation.
Proposals may be submitted for
consideration in the following four
categories: Project type 4
Environmental effects of outdoor
pollutants on cultural resources -
research and treatment dev-
elopment Project type 5
Technology transfer Project type
7 Conference support Project
type 8 Publications support.
Direct inquiries to: PTTGrants,
NCPTT, NSU Box 5682,
Natchitoches LA 71497; OR
318-357-6464/fax 318-357-6421




OBITUARY
Sdate: S, 8Mar 1997
fion: AllenRdcts

JOHNHOWELL
Africanists at The University of Iowa are
sad to announce the tragic and untimely
death of their esteemed colleague and
wonderful friend, John Howell. John
fell ill this past week, and was
hospitalized for a few days for tests. He
was expected to be released to home
rest over the weekend of March 1st, but
suddenly passed away on Friday,
February 28th.

John was an Africanist librarian annd
bibliographer well known in this
country and abroad. He came to Iowa
about a decade ago, and immediately


became a pivot of our African Studies
Program. John collected a great many
materials for our library, including huge
troves of ephemerae during several trips
to Africa. He was also a wizard of
electronic educational methods, through
which he found ways to share these
resources with institutions throughout
the world. John was an active member
of the Africanist Librarian Association,
and served as their chair. Most of all, in
his own quiet and self-effacing way,
John was a warm and giving friend to a
great many of us, always ready to help,
always glad to have students come to
him with their thorniest research
problems.

We are in shock at the death of this
young man, and at this point can only
convey our sorrow to his many friends
who will be as thunderstruck by his
sudden passing as are we. Our program,
and our lives, will not be the same
without our dear friend John Howell.
May God bless him.

* From: K. Scott Rodolitz
scottmhp@ix.netcom.com
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 1997
TALIBI KABA
It is with great sadness that I report the
passing of Talibi Kaba, One of the
original informants to Harley, during his
work in Liberia, and also a great expert
on the art of the peoples of Liberia.

"Baba Talibi" or "Ti" may best be
remembered as the towering (over six
foot six) and gaunt African Art dealer,
always in robes, with a deep gravely
booming voice.

Talibi's remarkable life included coming
from one of the aristocratic families in
Kan Kan, Guinea, and choosing instead
to move to Liberia as a young man,
against his father's (the Marabou Omar
Kaba's) wishes.

Once in Liberia, Talibi worked for years
collecting pieces for Harley that would
end up in museums and important
collections. Talibi stayed in Liberia until
the civil war, when his youngest son,
only four years old was murdered in his
arms along with a group of other Etnic
Mandigos outside of a mosque in
Sanikwele North of Liberia. Talibi,
escaped by pretending to be dead and
wandered in the bush for three days,
himself shot through the shoulder. He


was finally found by Red Cross workers
who nursed him back to health.

After coming to the United States, he
was an important figure in the New York
African Art Scene During the early
1990's when he acted as Clan leader for
most of the Kabas here in New York
City. During this time, Talibi provided
invaluable information for museum
curators, art dealers and collectors, as
his knowledge of Liberian Art and
culture was nearly encyclopedic.

Almost a year ago, Talibi was diagnosed
as having terminal liver Cancer, and he
spent time in hospitals in the city. As his
disease worsened, he married his long
time companion, "Holly Kaba" whom
he had met and lived with for years at
the Hotel Belclaire.

As the cancer spread, Holly took care of
Talibi, and made him comfortable.
When I spoke with him for the last time,
about two weeks ago, he seemed
peaceful, and told me "soon I will go
before Allah for judgement, and I am
ready, and not afraid." He died
peacefully in his sleep early Saturday
morning, with a smile on his face.

He is survived by his wife Holly,
Numerous children and grandchildren in
Africa, and his son Jeremiah Cole.

Baba, rest easy. We will miss you.


NEWS FROM
H-AFRARTS

Subscribers interested in issues
of cultrual patrimony and
repatriation of African
antiquities may wish to visit
the WWW site maintained by ARM
(Africa Repatriations Movement).
http://arm.arc.co.uk/arn/home.html

Recent postings to the page deal
with the controversy involving
Benin bronzes and ivories
maintained in the Glasgow City
Museum.
ray silverman
editor, H-AfrArts






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

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

Laurel Birch de Aguilar
Dept. of Social Anthropology
St. Andrews University
St. Andrews Fyfe KY16 9AL
UNITED KINGDOM
Home: 1-334-477626

Tavy deLacy Aherne
103 E. Southern Drive
Bloomington, IN 47401-6505
Home: 812-339-0347
email: TAHERNE@indiana.edu

E. Ofori Akyea
2230 Taylor Drive
Iowa City, IA 52240
Home: 319-337-2471
Fax: 319-335-0280
email: emmanuel-akyea@uiowa.edu

Thomas Alexander Ill
Alexander Gallery
4100 Laclede
St. Louis, MO 63108
Office: 314-534-8700

Martha Anderson
64 W. University St.
Alfred, NY 14802
Home: 607-587-9550
Office: 607-871-2468
Fax: 607-871-2490
email: fanderson@bigvax.alfred.edu

Emeka G. Anonyuo
1128 Punjab Ct.
Baltimore, MD 21221-5824
Home: 410-686-2975

Mary Jo Arnoldi
Smithsonian Institution
Dept.of Anthropology NHB 112
Washington, DC 20560
Office: 202-357-1396
Fax: 202-357-2208
email: mnhan033@sivm.si.edu


Lisa Aronson
Dept. of Art and Art History
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, NY 12203
Home: 518-458-2491
Office: 518-584-5000 x2741
Fax: 518-581-8386
email: laronson@skidmore.edu

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

Loyce Arthur
P.O.Box 4338
Stony Brook, NY 11790-0906
Home: 516-751-4971
Office: 516-632-7276
Fax: 516-632-7258
email: loyceA@aol.com

Daniel Avorgbedor
110 Weigel Hall
School of Music
Ohio State University
Columbus, OH 43210-1170
Home: 614-848-6450
Office: 614-292-9441
Fax: 614-292-1102
email avorgbedor.l@osu.edu

Suzanne Bach
Brodie Mountain Road
Williamstown, MA 01267
Home: 413-738-5194
email: rsbach@taconic.net

Robert Barnett
Board Office
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6
CANADA
Office: 416-586-5711
Fax: 416-586-5733
email: robertb@rom.on.ca

Simon P.X. Battestini
3405 Q Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007-2719
Home: 202-333-5146
Office: 202-687-4139
Fax: 202-687-7083

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


Fax: 310-373-5851

James O. Bellis
University of Notre Dame
Department of Anthropology
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Home: 219-273-8810
Office: 219-631-5547
email: bellis.l@nd.edu

LeGrace Benson
314 East Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Home: 607-256-0807
Office: 607-256-0807
email: lbenson@sescva.esc.edu

Eli Bentor
Department of Art
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
Home: 704-264-6173
Office: 704-262-2579
Fax: 704-262-6312
email: bentore@appstate.edu

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

Maria Berns
102 Calle Palo Colorado
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Home: 805-687-1791
Office: 805-893-2951
Fax: 805-893-3013
email: berns@humanitas.ucsb.edu

Judith Bettelheim
5308 Manila Ave
Oakland, CA 94618
Home: 510-653-1769
Office: 415-338-2176
Fax: 415-338-6537
email: betheim@sfsu.ed

David Binkley
Nelson-Atkins Mus of Art
4525 Oak Street
Kansas City, MO 64113
Home: 816-523-8482
Office: 816-751-1210
Fax: 816-561-7154

Barbara W. Blackmun
9850 Ogram Drive
La Mesa, CA 91941
Home: 619-461-5930







Office: 619-627-2928
Fax: 619-461-1013
email: 76256.2125@compuserve.com

Jean Borgatti
295 Maple Avenue
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Home: 508-793-9695
Office: 508-799-2570
Fax: 508-752-4383
email: jborgatti@aol.com

Diane Bouchard
c/o 8745 14th Ave., Suite 216
Lakewood, CO 80215
Home: 303-235-0823
Office: Zambia 2601-263446
Fax: 303-237-0772

Arthur P. Bourgeois
22910 Bruce Dr.
Richton Park, IL 60471
Home: 708-747-4546
Office: 708-534-4012
Fax: 708-534-7895
email: a-bourge@govst.edu

Peter Brach
240 Park Street
Haworth. NJ 07641
Home: 201-385-2869
Office: 212-612-0395
Fax: 212-667-0797

Sarah Brett-Smith
287A Nassau Street
Princeton, NJ 08540
Home: 609-921-3463
Office: 908-932-7041
Fax: 908-932-4603
email: brettsmith@rci.rutgers.edu

Nicholas J. Bridger
Archbishop Mitty High School
5000 Mitty Avenue
San Jose, CA 95129

Karen Hull Brown
1823 Fillmore Street
Caldwell, ID 83605
Home: 208-454-5649
email: kbrown@stimpy.acofi.edu

Alice Burmeister
Fine Arts 132
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47401
Home: 812-339-3149
Office: 812-855-9556


Fax: 812-855-9556
email: aburmeis@ucs.indiana.edu

Elisabeth L. Cameron
1425 S. Westgate
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Home: 310-479-2902
Office: 310-825-1030
Fax: 310-206-7007
email: ecameron@fmch.ucla.edu

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

Christa J. Clarke
3828 Livingston St. N.W.
Washington, DC 20015
Home: 202-537-0908
email: clarkec@wam.umd.edu

Cleveland Museum of Art
Library-Serials Dept
11150 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44106
Office: 216-421-7340 x550
Fax: 216-421-0411
email: bm.cmt@rlg.bitnet

Herbert M. Cole
Art History Department
UC-Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Office: 805-893-3501
email: skipcole@humanitas.ucsb.edu

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

Priscilla Colt
45 Gramercy Park North
New York, NY 10010
Home: 212-982-5764

Michael Conner
821 W. 6th Street
Bloomington, IN 47404-3633
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email: conner@indiana.edu


Iowa City, IA 52245
Home: 319-341-9874
Office: 319-335-1771
email: susan-cooksey@uiowa.edu

Jeremy Coote
Pitt Rivers Museum
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PP
UNITED KINGDOM
Office: 1865-270929
Fax: 1865-270943
email: jeremy.coote@prm.ox.ac.uk

Elsbeth Court
6 Grenville Mansions
40 Hunter Street
London WC1N 1BG
UNITED KINGDOM
Fax: 44-171-637-1006
email: ec6@soas.ac.uk

Alison Laird Craig
507 llth St., #2
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Home: 718-965-1248
Work: 212-362-8633

Brenda Danilowitz
435 Oakview Drive
Orange, CT 06477
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Office: 203-795-5525
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email: danilowitz@aol.com

Patricia Darish
5825 McGee
Kansas City, MO 64113
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Kent Davis
3964 Magazine
New Orleans, LA 70115
Home: 504-897-0780
Office: 504-897-0248

Warren D'Azevedo
1755 Allen Street
Reno, NV 89509
Home: 702-786-5331
Office: 702-784-6704


Susan Cooksey
508 Brown Street #2


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Louis de Strycker
Av. des Prisonniers Politique 2/12
B-1150 Brussels
BELGIUM
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Fax: 32-2-770-5528

Alexander de Voogt
Da Costalaan 1
3743 HT Baarn
THE NETHERLANDS
Home: 31-3554-30697

Edward DeCarbo
415 W 55th St., Apt 1A
New York, NY 10019
Home: 212-459-1085
Office: 212-346-1119
Fax: 212-346-1563
decarbo@NY027.WAN. PACE.edu

David Doris
Yale University
Dept. of the History of Art
P.O. Box 208272
New Haven, CT 06511
Home: 203-787-9227
email: david.doris@yale.edu

Henry Drewal
Dept. of Art
History--Elvehjem Museum of Art
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, WI 53706
Home: 608-233-2348
Office: 608-263-9362
Fax: 608-265-6425
email:
HJDREWAL@facstaff.wisc.edu

Lori Dumm
115 S. Hancock Apt. 1
Madison, WI 53703
Home: 608-256-2914
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email: LADUMM@students.wisc.edu

Roberta Ann Dunbar
CB#3395, 401 Alumni
University of North
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Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3395
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email: radunbar@email.unc.edu

Martha J. Ehrlich
338 N. Fillmore Street


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Home: 618-692-6262
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Joanne B. Eicher
2179 Folwell Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108
Home: 612-645-2914
Office: 12-624-7710
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email: jeicher@che2.che.umn.edu

Stefan Eisenhofer
Planegger Str 83A
81231 Munchen
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Home: 089-88-33-39

Ellen F. Elsas
3408 Bethune Drive
Birmingham, AL 35223
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Tonye Erekosima
11700 Old Columbia Ave. #1212
White Oak Towers
Silver Spring, MD 20904

Kate Ezra
5483 Hyde Park Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60615
Home: 312-955-0413
Office: 312-663-1600 x5749
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email: kate.ezra@mail.colum.edu

William A. Fagaly
915 Saint Philip St. #15
New Orleans, LA 70116-2407
Home: 504-522-9142
Office: 504-483-2630
Fax: 504-484-6662

Richard J. Faletti
3165 E. Stella Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Home: 602-224-9297
602-224-9297
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Gail Magaliff Feher
1040 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10028-1032
Home: 212-427-3821
Office: 212-840-8844
Fax: 212-840-3304
email: oan@computer.net


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

Lauri Firstenberg
Harvard University
Sackler Art Museum, 2nd fir
485 Broadway
Cambridge. MA 02138
Home: 617-864-1029
email: Imf@tiac.com

Barbara Frank
Dept. of Art
The University at Stony Brook
SUNY
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400
Home: 516-474-2986
Office 516-632-9257
Fax: 516-632-7261
email: bfrank@ccmail.sunysb.edu

Ruth K. Franklin
Stanford Univ. Museum of Art
Stanford, CA 94115-5060
Home: 415-567-4338
Office: 415-725-0465
Fax: 415-725-0464
email: ruthf@leland.stanford.edu

Rachel I. Fretz
UCLA Writing Programs
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Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Fax: 310-206-1785
email: Fretz@humnet.ucla.edu

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6910 Interbay Blvd., Apt. 24
Tampa ,FL 33616

Phyllis Galembo
125 West 16th, Apt.140
New York, NY 10011
Home: 212-645-2378

Mona Gavigan
Gallery Affrica, Inc.
2010 1/2 R Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
Office: 202-745-7272


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

Serials Dept.
Getty Research Institute Library
401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700
Santa Monica, CA 90401-1455

Paula Girshick
Anthropology Dept., SB 130
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
email: pgirshic@ucs.indiana.edu

Janet Goldner
52 Warren St.
New York, NY 10007
Home: 212-766-1910
Office: 212-766-1910
Fax: 212-766-1910
email: jgoldner@interport.net

Judith D. Greavu
8586 St. Rt 701
Dola, OH 45835
Home: 419-759-3064
Office: 419-772-2160

Rebecca L. Green
School of Art
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Home: 419-354-8108
Office: 419-372-8514
Fax: 419-372-2544
email: rlgreen@lognet.bgsu.edu

Judith Lynne Hanna
8520 Thornden Terrace
Bethesda, MD 20817
Office: 301-365-5683
Fax: 301-365-5683
email: jhanna@bssz.umd.edu

Elizabeth Harney
Draper Program in Library Studies
New York University
285 Mercer St., 2nd fir
New York, NY 10003-6607
Home: 212-260-0790
Office: 212-998-8891
Fax: 212-995-4691


email: eah2@is5.nyu.edu

William A. Hart
University of Ulster-Coleraine
County Londonderry
BT52 1SA Coleraine
NORTHERN IRELAND
Home: 02165-324311
email: WA.HART@ulst.ac.uk

Marilyn Heldman
6010 Eitman Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
Home: 314-781-0807
Office: 314-516-5975
Fax: 314-241-6608

Hildi Hendrickson
Department of
Anthropology/Sociology
Long Island University
Brooklyn Campus
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Home: 718-624-5370
Office: 718-488-1185
email: hhendric@hornet.liunet.edu

Arthur Henning
2616 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60614-1531
Home: 312-404-7441
Office: 312-549-1854
Fax: 312-549-1849

Harlan Henson
425 N. College St.
Auburn, AL 36830
Home: 334-844-4504
Fax: 334-844-4983

Eugenia Herbert
26 Ashfield Lane
South Hadley, MA 01075
Home: 413-536-3864
email: eherbert@mhc.mtholyoke.edu

Dunja Hersak
University Libre de Bruxelles
Section d'Histoire d'Art, C.P. 175
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50
1050 Bruxelles
BELGIUM
Office: 322-650-4356
Fax: 322-658-4349

Stephen Hill
654 Beinhower Rd.
Etters, PA 17319
Home: 717-938-6090


Leon V. Hirsch
25 Oakland Drive
Port Washington, NY 11050-4125
Home: 516-767-9248
Office: 516-876-3331

Laura Bassett Ho
521 N. Division #4
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Home: 313-995-1640
email: labaho@umich.edu

Marilyn H. Houlberg
The School of the Art Inst. of
Chicago
37 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603
Home: 312-666-4420
Office: 312-899-5188
Fax: 312-263-0141

Tazim Jaffer
5698 Lamplighter Drive
Girard, OH 44420
Home: 330-759-9742
Office: 330-759-7038
Fax: 330-759-7071
email: maneno@aol.com

dele jVgede
2623 Harrison Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47803
Home: 812-232-0038
Office: 812-237-3722
Fax: 812-237-2567
email: arjeged@ruby.indstate.edu

Sabine Jell-Bahlsen
451 Broome Street #PHW
New York, NY 10013
Home: 212-226-7854
Office: 212-226-7854
Fax: 011-49-8054-302
Fax: 011-675-475-7745

Veronika Jenke
National Museum of African Art
950 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20560
Office: 202-357-4600, ext 225
Fax: 202-357-4879
email: afaem013@sivm.si.edu

Della Jenkins
P.O.Box 336
June Lake, CA 93529
Fax: 619-648-7632
email: djenk@gnet.com







Maria Kail
10301 Grosveger Place
Apt. 312
Rockville, MD 20852
Home: 301-493-6703
Office: 202-473-4878
email: mkail@worldbank.org

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

Sidney Littlefield Kasfir
Art History Department
Carlos Hall
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322
Home: 404-633-2660
Office: 404-727-0808
Fax: 404-727-2358
e-mail: hartsk@emory.edu

Kinsey Katchka
641 Woodbridge Drive
Bloomington, IN 47408-2752
Home: 812-334-7041
Fax: 812-855-4358
email: kkatchka@indiana.edu

Susan Kelliher
4415 Culbreath Avenue
Tampa, FL 33609
Home: 813-289-0038
Office: 813-289-0038
email: jgluckman@aol.com

Carolee Kennedy
1050 N. Stuart St. #229
Arlington, VA 22201
Home: 703-841-5871
Office: 202-401-4130
Fax: 703-841-2187

Barry A. Kitnick
314 Meadowbrook Drive
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Home: 805-969-5690
Office: 805-969-6359
Fax: 805-969-6850
email: zobwai@aol.com

Eila Kivekas
Pyynikinlinna Museum
Mariankatu 40
33200 Tampere


FINLAND
Home: 3583-2132475
Office: 3583-2132475
Fax: 3583-2126025

Corinne A. Kratz
Emory University
Institute of African Studies
101 Tarbutton Hall
Atlanta, GA 30322
Home: 404-874-9298
Office: 404-727-1036
email: ckratz@emory.edu

Betty LaDuke
610 Long Way
Ashland, OR 97520
Home: 503-482-4562

Frederick Lamp
Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Home: 410-235-6130
Office: 410-396-7056
Fax: 410-396-6562

Kirsten Langeveld
Dept. of Cultural Anthropology
W.C van Unninkgehouw
Heidelberglaan 2-III
3584CS Utrecht
The NETHERLANDS
Home: 31-20-364-1697
Office: 31-30-253-4103
Fax: 31-305-34-666
email: k.langeveld@fsw.ruu.nl

Babatunde Lawal
Department of Art History
School of the Arts
Virginia Commonwealth University
922 W. Franklin St.-P.O. Box
843046
Richmond, VA 23284-3046
Home: 804-346-4450
Office: 804-828-2784
Fax: 804-828-7468

Raoul Lehuard
Arts D'Afrique
B.P. 24
Arnouville 95400
FRANCE

Edward Lifschitz
National Museum of African Art
950 Independence Ave. S.W.
Smithsonian Institution


Washington, DC 20560
Home: 202-544-0073
Office: 202-357-4600 x220
Fax: 202-357-4879
email: nmafa.ed@ic.si.edu

Louise Lincoln
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Office: 612-870-3175
Fax: 612-870-3004

Richard A. Long
883 Edgewood Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30307

Carol Ann Lorenz
Dept. of Art and Art History
Colgate University
Hamilton, NY 13346
Home: 315-893-7296
Office: 315-824-7184
Fax: 315-824-7787

Kristyne S. Loughran
Lungarno Serristori 9
Florence 50125
ITALY
Home: 39-55-234-10-76
Fax: 39-55-234-67-32
email: klough@dada.it

Carol Magee-Curtis
414 W. Ortega St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Home: 805-965-6221
email: 6500clmc@ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu

Dr. Daniel Malcolm
179 Cedar Lane
Teaneck, NJ 07666
Home: 201-567-3038
Office: 201-836-2730

Babalorisa John Mason
Yoruba Theological Archministry
488 Putnam Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11221
Home: 718-453-5550
Office: 718-453-5550

Daniel Mato
Faculty of Fine Arts
University of Calgary
2500 University Dr., NW
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
CANADA
Office: 403-220-5251








email: dmato@acs.ucalgary.ca

Jane Matthews
P.O. Box 483
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92693
Home: 714-248-7404

Barbara Mauldin
Museum of International Folk Art
P.O. Box 2087
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2087
505-984-2951
Office: 505-827-6357 ext 620
Fax: 505-827-6349

Elizabeth McAlister
Dept. of Religion
Wesleyan University
171 Church St.
Middletown, CT 06459
Office: 860-685-2289
Fax: 860-685-2821
email: emcalister@wesleyan.edu

Rita Parham McCaslin
School of Art & Art History
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
Home: 540-433-8060
Office: 540-568-3486
Fax: 540-568-6598
email: mccaslra@jmu.edu

Pam McClusky
Seattle Art Museum
P.O. Box 22000
Seattle, WA 98122-9700
Home: 206-329-9034
Office: 206-654-3170
Fax: 206-654-3135

Harriet McGuire
Am. Embassy--Maputo
Dept. of State
Washington, DC 20521-2330
Office: 2581-491-116
Office: 2581-491-916
email:
100406.1461@compuserve.com

Pamela McKee
3512 Carolyn St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Home: 313-973-9358
email: ppmckee@umich.edu

John A. McKesson III
880 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10021-4951


Home: 212-794-0933
Fax: 212-794-9211

Genevieve McMillan
40 Bow St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Patrick McNaughton
615 E. Northcliff Ave
Bloomington, IN 47408-9749
Home: 812-334-3614
Office: 812-8552548
Fax: 812-855-9556
email: mcnaught@ucs.indiana.edu

Linda McRae
University of South Florida
Art Dept., FAH 236
4202 E. Fowler Ave.
Tampa, FL 33620-7350

Louise Meintjes
Music Dept., Box 90665
Duke University
Durham, NC 27708-0665
Home: 919-403-3433
Office: 919-660-3339
Fax: 919-660-3301
email: meintjes@duke.edu

Brigitte Menzel
Bismarckstrasse 57
47799 Krefeld
GERMANY

Piet Meyer
Im Ferkulum 30
D-50678 Cologne
GERMANY
Home: 49-221-315143
Fax: 49-221-317459

Cory Micots
1008 7th Ave.
Albany, GA 31701
Home: 912-8778-0740
Office: 912-439-8400
Fax: 912-434-4289

Nancy Mikelsons
528 So. Humphrey Ave
Oak Park, IL 60304-1713
Home: 708-386-2633
Office: 708-386-2633
Fax: 708-386-2414
email: d-goldhamer@uchicago.edu


Karen Elizabeth Milbourne
425 East Jefferson St. #2


Iowa City, IA 52245
Home: 319-337-8957
email:
kmilbour@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu

Kimberly Miller
302 Norris Ct. #3
Madison, WI 53703
Home: 608-256-1456
Office: 608-263-5684
email: kamille3@students.wisc.edu

William C. Mithoefer
3207 Park View Road
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Home: 301-907-8518

Brenda Molife
630 Reno St.
Iowa City, IA 52245
email: BJMolife@aol.com

Jacque Mott
4536 N. Keystone
Chicago, IL 60630
Home: 773-205-1759
Office: 847-925-6894

John Mulvaney
-'Chair, Art Dept.
Columbia College, Chicago
600 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605-1996
Office: 312-663-1600

Robert Nicholls
Division of Education
University of the Virgin Islands
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Virgin Islands, 00802-9990
Home: 809-776-2689
Office: 809-693-1184
Fax: 809-693-1185
email: rnicholl@jazz.uvi.edu

Andrea Nicolls
1311 Delaware Ave SW #S730
Washington, DC 20024
Office: 202-357-4600 x234
Fax: 202-357-4879
email: afaem021@sivm.si.edu

Nancy Ingram Nooter
5020 Linnean Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008
Home: 202-966-0306
Office: 202-966-0306







Africana -
Northwestern University Library
Evanston, IL 60208
Office: 708-491-7684
Nathalie N. Nyst
rue de I'Automne, 6
1050 Brussels
BELGIUM
Home: 32-646-9407
Office: 32-2-650-2419
Fax: 32-2-646-9407
email: nnyst@resulb.ulb.2c.be

Joanna Ochsner
Indiana University
Fine Arts 132
Bloomington, IN 47405
Home: 812-877-6404
Work: 812-855-9556
Fax: 812-855-9556
email: jgrabski@indiana.edu

Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie
Dept. of Art History
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL 60208-2208
Office: 847-491-3230
Fax: 847-491-1035
email: 004042@nwu.edu

Ann O'Hear
Room 104, St. Vincent's Hall
Niagara University
Niagara Falls, NY 14109
Home: 716-282-5487
Office: 716-286-8074
Fax: 716-286-8063
email: ohear@niagara.edu

Jenny L. Oram
Fairwinds, Meadow Way
West Horsley
Surrey KT24 6LL
UNITED KINGDOM
Home: 14-83-284103
Office: 181-699-1872
Fax: 181-291-5506

Simon Ottenberg
University of Washington
2317 22nd Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98112
Office: 206-322-5398

Patricia Patton
415 Claremont Ave 3D
Montclair, NJ 07042
Home: 201-744-8785
Office: 212-758-8130


Fax: 201-744-4746
email: belusa@nyxfer.blythe.org

Sharon F. Patton
University of Michigan CAAS
200 West Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Home: 313-662-8944
Office: 313-764-5514
Fax: 313-763-0543
email: sfpatton@umich.edu

Nancy Pauly
1211 Rutledge St. #2
Madison, WI 53703-3840
Home: 608-251-5226
email: nspauly@soemadison.wisc.edu

John Peffer
355 Douglass St., #2
Brooklyn, NY 11217
email: jmpl2@columbia.edu

Diane Pelrine
Indiana University
Art Museum
East Seventh St.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Home: 812-334-3614
Office: 812-855-1036
Fax: 812-855-1023
email: dpelrine@indiana.edu

Judith Perani
74 South Shannon Ave
Athens, OH 45701
Home: 614-593-3811
Office: 614-593-4288
email:
perani@ouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu

Constantijn Petridis
Helenalei 26 B 80
Antwerp 02018
BELGIUM
Home: 32-3-281-03-28
Gigi Pezzoli
Viale Gorizia, 22
20144 Milano
ITALY
Home: 2-8393725
Office: 2-48952236
Fax: 2-48954120

Howardena Pindell
Art Department
State University of NY
at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400


Home: 212-242-3900
Office: 516-632-7260
Fax: 516-632-7261

Barbara Plankensteiner
Schonborngasse 18/6
Vienna 01080
AUSTRIA
Home: 1-4022822
Fax: 1-4022822

Robin Poynor
6604 NW 29th St.
Gainesville, FL 32653
Home: 352-372-2499
Office: 352-392-9332
Fax: 352-392-3802
email:
poynorr@nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu

Roger H. Prager
1751 New Hampshire Ave., NW,
Apt. F
Washington, DC 20009
Home: 202-328-7138
email: RogandAnne@aol.com

Sharon Pruitt
510-12 Treybrooke Circle
Greenville, NC 27834
Home: 919-754-2085
Office: 919-328-1296
Fax: 919-328-6441
email:
arpruitt@eastnest.educ.ecu.edu

Labelle Prussin
3 Anders Lane
Pomona, NY 10970
Home: 914-354-8964
Work: 914-354-8964
Fax: 914-354-0625

Philip Ravenhill
Smithsonian Institution
National Museum of African Art-
MRC 708
Washington, DC 20560
202-357-4910
202-357-4879
email: raven@sivm.si.edu

Elisha Renne
Office of Population Research
21 Prospect Ave., Rm. 205A
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544-2091
Home: 609-279-0970
Office: 609-258-1390




GZ








Fax: 609-258-1039
email: renne@opr.princeton.edu

Betsy Cogger Rezelman
14 Judson Street
Canton, NY 13617-1113
Home: 315-379-9484
Office: 315-379-5109
Fax: 315-3797425
email: brez@music.stlawu.edu

Meredith Rode
5114 Battery Lane
Bethesda, MD 20814
Home: 301-654-1378
Office: 202-274-5548
Fax: 301-656-1322

Arnold M. Rogoff
Ethnographic Arts Publications
1040 Erica Rd
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Home: 415-388-9788
Office: 415-383-2998
Fax: 415-388-8708
email: eapl040@aol.com

Doran H. Ross
Fowler Museum of Cultural History
UCLA, Box 951549
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549
Office: 310-825-4259
Fax: 310-206-7007
email: dross@fmch.ucla.edu

Vicki Rovine
University of Iowa Museum of Art
150 N. Riverside Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52242-1789
Home: 319-354-7439
Office: 319-353-2468
Fax: 319-335-3677
email: victoria-rovine@uiowa.edu

Christopher Roy
University of Iowa
School of Art and Art History
Iowa City, IA 52242
Office: 319-335-1777/4098
Fax: 319-335-4097
email: christopher-roy@uiowa.edu

Sainsbury Research Unit
Arts of Africa, Oceania, & Americas
Sainsbury Centre
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
UNITED KINGDOM
Office: 1603-592498


Fax: 1603-259401
email: sru.library@uea.ac.uk

Karl-Ferdinand Schaedler
Georgenstrasse 85
D-80798 Munich
GERMANY
Home: 49-89-6090495
Office: 49-89-2710594
Fax: 49-89-2780366

Michael Schlottner
2 Oberstrasse
Willmenrod 56459
GERMANY
Home: 49-69-705241
Fax: 6192-209451

Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Schneider
876 Melville Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Home: 415-328-3448
Office: 415-328-3448
email: EATS22@aol.com
email:
schneider@leland.standford.edu

Trevor Schoonmaker
205 N. Division St. Apt. #2
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Home: 313-213-1169
Office: 313-763-6113
email: tschoon@umich.edu


Thomas K. Seligman
Stanford University Museum of Art
Stanford, CA 94305-5060
Office: 415-725-0462
Fax: 415-725-0464
email: seligman@leland.stanford.edu

Juanita Sheffield
454 Prospect Ave. #21
West Orange, NJ 07052
Home: 201-325-6313

Roy Sieber
114 Glenwood East
Bloomington, IN 47401
Home: 812-332-6945
Office: 812-855-1098
Fax: 812-855-9556

Richard Singletary
3600 Greenwood Dr.
Portsmouth, VA 23701-3341
Home: 757-487-7362
Office: 757-465-2950


Fax: 757-487-1786
email: RASINGLE@aol.com

Earl P. Smith
139 Marlboro Ct.
Maryville, TN 37803
Home: 423-977-1767

Fred T. Smith
Kent State University
School of Art
Kent, OH 44242
Home: 330-678-1556
Office: 330-672-7853
Fax: 330-672-4729
email: fsmith@kentvm.kent.edu

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

Neal Sobania
A3930 Beeline Rd.
Holland, MI 49423
616-335-9670
Office: 616-394-7605
Fax: 616-395-7937
email: sobania@hope.edu

Robert T. Soppelsa
1655 Illinois Street
Lawrence, KS 66044
Home: 913-841-1935
Office: 913-231-1010 x1324
Fax: 913-234-2703
email: zzsopp@acc.wuacc.edu

Teri Sowell
1228 Lexington Drive
Vista, CA 92084-5724
Home: 619-631-1753

Anne M. Spencer
The Newark Museum
Box 540, 49 Washington St.
Newark, NJ 07101
Home: 908-561-6385
Office: 201-596-6663
201-596-666

Jill St. Coeur
44 Willow Street
Florence, MA 01060
Home: 413-584-6364
Office: 413-585-3217
email: jstcoeur@smith.edu






Janet Stanley
1791 Lanier Place N.W. Apt.23
Washington, DC 20009-2138
Office: 202-357-4600 x285
Fax: 202-357-4879
email: libem010@sivm.si.edu

Mark Stansbury-O'Donnell-
Art History, Mail LOR 302
University of St. Thomas
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105-1096

Nancy Steele-Hamme
Department of Art
State University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
Home: 770-830-7344
Office: 770-836-4532
Fax: 770-836-4392
email: nhamme@westga.edu

Zoe Strother
Department of Art History and
Archaeology
Columbia University
904 Schermerhorn, mail code 5517
1190 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, NY 10027
Home: 212-864-9615
Office: 212-854-4230
Fax: 212-854-7329
email: zssl@columbia.edu

Ilona J. Szombati
P 0 Box 70043
1007KA Amstersdam
THE NETHERLANDS

Lara Taubman
259 W. 10th St., Apt. 5A
New York, NY 10014
Home: 212-463-8521
email: llt3821@is2.nyu.edu

William E. Teel
University Prints
21 East St.. P.O. Box 485
Winchester, MA 01890
Office: 617-729-8000
Fax: 617-729-8024

Robert F. Thompson
Yale University
Dept. of the History of Art
New Haven, CT 00001


Barbara Thompson
811 East College St. #21
Iowa City, IA 522405
Home: 319-351-8743
Office: 319-335-4098
Fax: 319-335-4097
email:
bthomps@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu

Lillian Trager
Dept. of Sociology&Anthropology
Univ. of Wisconsin--Parkside
Kenosha, WI 53141
Home: 414-632-4610
Office: 414-595-2543
Fax: 414-595-2183
email: trager@cs.uwp.edu

Ima Udofia
Aimlight, Inc.
639 West Joel
Lincoln, NE 68521-3770
Office: 402-476-6168
Fax: 402-476-6474

Vera Viditz-Ward
Department of Art
Old Science Hall
Bloomsburg University
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Home: 717-387-8606
Office: 717-389-4851
Fax: 717-389-4946
email: viditz@planetx.bloomu.edu

Jerome Vogel
108 Wooster St.
New York, NY 10012
Home: 212-226-2080
Office: 212-226-2080
Fax: 212-226-2080

Maude Southwell Wahlman
1125 Howell Creek Drive
Winter Springs, FL 32708
Home: 407-699-1002
Office: 407-823-5925
Fax: 407-699-6777
email: wahlman@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu

Joan Waite
10 Caraway Court
Princeton, NJ 08540
Home: 908-274-1398

Roslyn A. Walker
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution MRC
Washington, DC 20560


Home: 202-484-1358
Office: 202-357-4600 x203
Fax: 202-357-4879
email: afgem022@sivm.si.edu

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

Ingrid C. Wehrle-Ray
108 S. Mt.Vernon Drive
Iowa City, IA 52245
Home: 319-351-6798

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

Thomas Wheelock
7 East 84th Street
New York, NY 10028
212-289-8018
Office: 212-794-4720
Fax: 212-794-7010
email: TGBWINC@oal.com

Rosalinde G. Wilcox
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