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The Arts Council of the African Studies Association
Newsletter, Volume 67, Fall 2003

ACASA Board of Directors

Robin Poynor, President
Robert Soppelsa, Past President
Tavy D. Aherne, Secretary/Treasurer
Rebecca M. Nagy, Newsletter Editor
Joanne Eicher
Christraud Geary
Babatunde Lawal
Ikem Okoye
Constantine Petridis
Elisha Renne
Enid Schildkrout

All correspondence regarding membership informa-
tion and payment of dues should be directed to:

Tavy Aherne
ACASA Secretary/Treasurer
2261 Bent Tree Drive
Bloomington, IN 47401

Email: tavy@mymy.com; taherne@indiana.edu

Membership information and forms are available at
the end of this Newsletter.

The ACASA Newsletter is published three times a
year: Spring, Fall, and Winter. The Newsletter seeks
items of interest for publication. You can send news
about job changes, fieldwork, travel, exhibitions, new
publications, etc. The next ACASA Newsletter will
be Winter (January) 2004. Please send news items
by December 5, 2003 to:

Rebecca Martin Nagy
Ham Museum of Art
P.O. Box 112700
Gainesville, FL 32611-2700

Email: rnagy@harn.ufl.edu
Phone: 352-392-9826
Fax: 352-392-3892

Acknowledgement: Graphics featured in the
headings of this Newsletter are derived from
designs found on artworks in the collection of the
Har Museum of Art. The graphic of the dancer on
the fundraising form was designed by dele jegede.


Newsletter


10 Presidential Notes


Many of us are already making plans to attend and
participate in ACASA's 13th Triennial Symposium
hosted by the Department of African and African
American Studies and the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute
for Afro-American Research at Harvard University.
As suggested elsewhere in this Newsletter, the
theme will be African Art: Roots and Routes. Our
hope is that many long term discussions can be
spurred in the course of the conference. In addition
to the panels and the general networking that takes
place at the conference, the Cambridge/Boston
planning committee wants to facilitate our taking
advantage of the symposium to explore the African
Art collections and resources in the Boston area,
among them the Harvard University Art Museums,
the Harvard University Peabody Museum, the
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of the
National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston,
and the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem.

Part of our task of organizing the symposium is to
ask your help in raising funds for travel assistance
for graduate students and African and Caribbean
scholars. A form for you to fill out is printed in this
Newsletter, and you will also be mailed a letter
asking for your assistance. The Virgin Islands
Symposium was likely the most heavily attended
ever by grad students, many of whom could not
have participated had we not provided partial
assistance for their travel. Please be generous.

Many committees other than the Planning
Committee have been at work, including the
Leadership Awards Committee, the Arnold Rubin
Book Awards Committee, and the Roy Sieber
Dissertation Award Committee. This will be the first
Sieber Award, which commemorates Roy Sieber
and his passion for graduate students.

Robin Poynor


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(t I Exhibitions


Message from the Editor


I wish to thank the following individuals for their
tremendous contributions to producing the
Newsletter:
Susan Cooksey, Assisant Curator of African Art,
Ham Museum of Art
Jody Berman, Graduate Curatorial Intern, Harn
Museum of Art
Tami Wroath, Graphic Designer, Harn Museum of
Art




1 ASA News



2003 Meeting in Boston

The 46t Annual African Studies Association
Meeting will be held in Boston, Massachusetts
from October 30 to November 2 at the Sheraton
Boston Hotel. The theme this year is Youthful
Africa in the 21st Century. Current information
about the preliminary program and other informa-
tion may be viewed from the website: http://
www.africanstudies.org/index.html.

ACASA Business Meeting

Please be advised that the ACASA business
meeting has been scheduled for Friday, October
31 from 8:00 9:30 p.m. in the Kent Room of the
Sheraton Boston Hotel.


Eight Artists Address Brown v. Board of Education

In 2004 the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the
landmark Brown v. Board of Education school
desegregation case.

As part of this commemoration, the Krannert Art
Museum is organizing a traveling exhibition of artists
whose work addresses issues related to this historic
case. The artists are Dawoud Bey, Sanford Biggers,
Brett Cook-Dizney, Virgil Marti, Gary Simmons, Carrie
Mae Weems, Pamela Vander Zwan, Jennifer Zackin.

We have selected these artists because they have a
record of producing art that engages directly with
pressing social issues in American society. Their art
uses the strategies of advanced art to delve into issues
of gender, sexuality, class, race, and politics. The
works they will contribute to the exhibition address
themes of desegregation, education, and inclusiveness.
The exhibition will not only draw attention to the
landmark court decision, but also provoke viewers to
meditate on issues of identity, tolerance, and
integration as they relate to education today.

We are currently seeking venues for the exhibition.
To find out more about the exhibition, please visit
http://www.art.uiuc.edu/shows/obrien/schooling

or contact:
Cynthia Voelkl, Assistant to the Director
Krannert Art Museum
500 E. Peabody Drive
Champaign, II 61820

David O'Brien
Associate Professor and Chair
Art History Program
143 Art and Design
University of Illinois
Champaign, IL 61820
217 333-7102






My Ethiopia: Recent Paintings by Wosene
Worke Kosrof

An exhibition jointly organized by The Newark
Museum and the Neuberger Museum of Art,
Purchase College, is available to host venues
from September 2004 through 2006.

Wosene Worke Kosrof is a leading contemporary
artist from Ethiopia now living in Berkeley,
California. The exhibition includes 14 paintings,
the majority never before exhibited, from his
recent series The Color of Words. In his work,
Wosene (as he prefers to be called) uses the
calligraphic forms of Amharic, the national
language of Ethiopia, to explore the aesthetic
possibilities of written language in visually dense
paintings that incorporate the artist's personal
experiences and memories of Ethiopia.

The exhibition is organized by Christa Clarke,
Curator of Africa, Americas and the Pacific at The
Newark Museum. It opens at the Neuberger
Museum of Art in Purchase, NY in September
2003 and then travels to The Newark Museum in
New Jersey in February 2004. A 24-page, fully
illustrated color catalogue, with an essay by
Clarke, will accompany the exhibition. For more
information on this exhibition, please contact:

Zette Emmons
Manager of Traveling Exhibitions
The Newark Museum
49 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102-3176
973 596 6689
zemmons @newarkmuseum.org

Malerei aus Westafrika

December 9th 2003, an exhibition Malerei aus
Westafrika will be starting in Museum-Kunst-
Palast in Dusseldorf, Germany. The exhibition is
on body painting from Loma-women of Guinea
(Conakry) including a collection of paintings on
paper and canvas (1987-1996). The catalogue will
include art historical, historical and ethnological
aspects. For further information you may contact
Kathrin Langenohl
klangenohl@yahoo.de


Looking Both Ways : Art of the
Contemporary African Diaspora

The Museum for African Art will inaugurate its
20th Anniversary year with a distinctive exhibi-
tion that embodies the diverse cultural influ-
ences acting on twelve artists from Africa now
living in Western countries Looking Both
Ways: Art of the Contemporary African
Diaspora. Curated by Laurie Ann Farrell, the
exhibition offers new and recent works com-
missioned exclusively for the Museum for
African Art (November 14, 2003 March 1,2004).

The twelve artists featured throughout the
exhibition use everything from their own bodies
to video, sculpture, installation art,
photography, painting, to works on paper to
examine subjects ranging from the portrayal of
psychological landscapes, defining one's place
through material culture, to the assimilation into
or exclusion from Western culture.

The list of participating artists includes:
Fernando Alvim (Angola/Brussels)
Ghada Amer (Egypt/New York City)
Olad6el Bamgboye (Nigeria/London)
Allan deSouza (Kenya/Los Angeles)
Kendell Geers (South Africa/Brussels)
Moshekwa Langa (South Africa/Amsterdam)
Hassan Musa (Sudan/Domessargues, France)
N'Dilo Mutima (Angola/Lisbon, Portugal)
Wangechi Mutu (Kenya/New York City)
Ingrid Mwangi (Kenya/Ludwigshafen,Germany)
Zineb Sedira (Paris/London)
Yinka Shonibare (London)


Exhibition and Catalog Feature New Work
by Prominent Contemporary African and
African Diaspora Artists

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis will
inaugurate its new museum with a timely
United States traveling exhibition that provides
an in-depth look at the work of contemporary
African artists. A Fiction of Authenticity:
Contemporary Africa Abroad (September 20,
2003 January 3, 2004), will present new work
by prominent contemporary African and African
Diaspora artists who, at present, work and live
in Europe and the United States. Originated by
the Contemporary, A Fiction of Authenticity will
be the museum's first touring exhibition.
The exhibition, co-curated by the
Contemporary's curator Shannon Fitzgerald
and Tumelo Mosaka, assistant curator at the
Brooklyn Museum of Art, brings together an
important generation of artists working in a






variety of mediums (sculpture, painting,
photography, installation, video and
performance) all exploring issues of
authenticity. The artists creating new work for
the exhibition are: Siemon Allen (South Africa/
Washington DC); Fatma Charfi (Tunisia/Bern);
Godfried Donkor (Ghana/London); Mary
Evans (Nigeria/London); Meschac Gaba
(Benin/Amsterdam); Kendell Geers (South
Africa/Brussels); Moshekwa Langa (South
Africa/Amsterdam); Ingrid Mwangi (Kenya/
Ludwigshafen, Germany); Odili Donald Odita
(Nigeria/Tallahassee); Owusu-Ankomah
(Ghana/Lilienthal, Germany), and Zineb
Sedira (Algeria/France/London).

An illustrated color catalog will accompany the
exhibition with essays by co-curators Shannon
Fitzgerald and Tumelo Mosaka, as well as
new essays by Orlando Britto Jinorio, Ery
Camara, Okwui Enwezor, Salah Hassan and
Gilane Tawadros. An unprecedented six-part
lecture series and symposium featuring all
exhibiting artists, curators and catalog
essayists is being organized in conjunction
with the exhibition.



I Calls for Papers and Essays



MOVEMENT REVOLUTIONN DIALOGUES;
Contemporary Performance In and Of Africa
Presented by the University of Florida and the
Congress on Research in Dance
The Gwendolyn M. Carter Conference in
African Studies and
2004 CORD Network Conference
February 11-14, 2004
University of Florida, Gainesville

Movement (R)evolution Dialogues seeks to
construct a firm and inclusive foundation for the
development of scholarly and critical attention
to contemporary performance, particularly
dance, in and of Africa. Framed by the live
performance of the 2001 laureates of Sanga:
the Fourth African and Indian Ocean
Choreographic Competition and exchanges
among artists from across the continent
(including dancers and choreographers from
Senegal, Burkina Faso, South Africa,
Madagascar, C6te d'lvoire, the United States,
and more), the conference and planned
publication seek to undergird the power of
Africa's Movement (R)evolution-on its own
terms. As conference and festival Movement
(R)evolution Dialogues: Contemporary


Performance In and Of Africa is designed to serve as
a catalyst for deepening the artistic and scholarly
exchange on contemporary performance and to
provide a forum for the voices of the artists of Africa
to lead the way.

Please postmark or email submissions by
NOVEMBER 3, 2003. Submissions will be accepted
in English or French and should include application
form, abstracts of approximately 500 words, and
bibliography for 20" paper presentations (8-10
pages), theme-based panel presentations,
workshops, or lecture-demonstrations/
performances. Expanded papers may be submitted
for consideration for publication in the anthology,
Movement (R)evolution Dialogues: Contemporary
Performance In and Of Africa, and/or web-based
publication.

Joan D. Frosch, Conference Chair
Assistant Chair, Dept. of Theatre and Dance
Co-Director, Center for World Arts
College of Fine Arts
University of Florida
PO Box 115900
Gainesville, FL 32611-5900 U.S.A.
Tel: (352) 392-2038 ext. 207
Fax: (352) 392-5114
jfrosch@arts.ufl.edu
www.arts.ufl.edu\cwa


Collected Volume on Violence and Non-Violence:
African Perspectives

Africa is ritually associated with violence in the
historical and anthropological imagination, as well as
in contemporary media representations. At the same
time, forms of non-violence-significantly under-
represented in theoretical and historical
discussions-are an integral part of African
personhood and social/historical experience. We call
for contributions to a collected volume that will treat
phenomena and representations of violence and/or
non-violence from a variety of disciplinary
perspectives. Topics may include (but are not
restricted to) violence and non-violence in the
historiographic record; representations of violence/
non-violence in the media, film, the arts and
literature; violence/non-violence in the resistance to
colonial rule; cultures of violence in contemporary
Africa; gendered dimensions of the experience of
violence/non-violence; violence/non-violence and
testimony or witness. Closing date for submission of
abstracts: November 15, 2003 Closing date for
submission of accepted papers: February 15, 2004.
For information please contact:







Louise Bethlehem and Ruth Ginio
The Harry S. Truman Instute for theAdvancement
of Peace
The Hebrew University
Mount Scopus, Israel
Fax: 972-2-588-1245
Email:
bethlehem @ h2.hum.huji.ac.il,msruti @ mscc.huji.ac.il



i I Fellowships

Five African Scholars Program

The Five College African Scholars Program invites
proposals for competitive residency fellowships
from junior and mid-level teaching staff employed
full-time in African universities. Candidates for the
May 1, 2004 deadline may apply for one of two
residency periods: mid-January to May 2005 OR
mid-August to December 2005. Proposals for the
January residency are invited on the topic of Power
and Representation, while the August term is open
to all projects relevant to the study of Africa in the
humanities and social sciences. Proposals should
be based on the applicant's current research,
which can be completed and prepared for
publication during the residency. Three to four
candidates will be chosen for each term.
Applicants can download or send on-line
application forms from the website. Scholars will
receive a stipend of $3,000 per month, roundtrip
airfare, laptop computer, housing, health
insurance, an office, and a modest research
allowance.

John Lemly, Program Director
Linda Faulkingham, Program Coordinator
706 Herter Hall
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-9312 USA
Phone: (413) 577-3778
Fax: (413) 577-3781
Email: asp@fivecolleges.edu
Visit the website at http://www.fivecolleges.edu/asp



| Iand Current Publications
and Films

Books on Nigerian History and Culture

Toyin Falola. Culture and Customs of Nigeria.
Culture and Customs of Africa Series. Westport


and London: Greenwood Press, 2001. xviii + 202
pp. Series foreword, chronology, photo essay,
glossary, bibliographic essay, index. $45.00 (cloth),
ISBN 0-313-31338-5.

Toyin Falola. The History of Nigeria. The
Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations Series.
Westport and London: Greenwood Press, 1999.
xviii + 269 pp. Series foreword, timeline of historical
events, appendix, selected bibliography, index.
$45.00 (cloth), ISBN 0-313-30682-6.

Videos on aspects of contemporary African art

In co-Production with the Musee National du Mali, I
have just completed a 53 minute film on Malian
culture today which has a segment profiling three
international Malian artists. The film also covers the
following contemporary art forms, each in a
separate segment: Ritual Arts; Architecture, Style,
Music, and what we call Culture on Display -- art for
tourists and the representation of culture for
Malians. Please contact me for further information.

Susan Vogel
Prince Street Pictures, Inc.
112 Prince Street
New York, N.Y. 10012-3160



I I Summer Programs

Crossing Cultures: Senegal 2004

Intercultural Dimension, Inc. is pleased to
announce the dates for its Summer 2004 Crossing
Cultures Senegal program. They are June 30-July
23. A volunteer work and field study component is
included. Extended stays for more field study and
volunteer work may be arranged.

Since 1993 Intercultural Dimensions, Inc., a
nonprofit educational organization, has conducted
educational experiential programs to the rural areas
of Senegal. Intercultural Dimensions' educational
travel program Crossing Cultures is an introduction
to the French-speaking West African country of
Senegal. The program is custom-tailored to
individual interests and participants visit different
parts of the country and community projects, stay
with Senegalese families or in guest houses, use
public transportation, and experience village life.
The ID group is composed of five participants plus







the leaders. For further information contact:

Janet L. Ghattas, General Director
Intercultural Dimensions, Inc.
PO Box 391437
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA
Voice: 617 864 8442
Fax: 617 868 1273
E-mail: janetid@aol.com
http://www.interculturaldimensions.org


Conflict Resolution Summer Symposium
and Program for Students

WHO: The Institute for International Mediation and
Conflict Resolution (IIMCR)www.iimcr.org
WHAT: The 2003/2004 African Student Symposium
on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
WHERE: Cape Town, South Africa
WHEN: December 27, 2003 January 17, 2004
(Application Deadlines: Early Decision-October 17;
Regular Decision-November 14)
No other region today needs or deserves the
attention of world citizens more than Africa. A
continent burdened by disease, poverty, and armed
conflict, Africa faces significant obstacles in its path
toward economic and political development. Indeed,
these three issues-health, wealth, and ethnic strife-
interact with one another to make Africa the home of
some of the world's oldest and most intractable
conflicts. In Sudan, Angola, Sierra Leone, Liberia,
and the Congo, the lure of so-called "conflict
diamonds," as well as gold, oil, and timber has
made war a profit-driven enterprise. This is just one
of many reasons why half of all countries in Africa
that emerge from war slip back into armed conflict
within 5 years. In addition, heavy debt, government
corruption, and the scourges of AIDS, TB, and
malaria only serve to fuel civil conflict.

African problems require African solutions. In recent
years, the most successful efforts to end conflict
and build peaceful and sustainable settlements
have been led by intellectuals, activists, and
policymakers on the continent. For those from other
parts of the world, understanding the unique chal-
lenges that Africa faces is crucial to helping these
groups achieve further success. Today's students
and young professionals, in Africa and elsewhere,
will inevitably be called upon to manage Africa's
transformation, and their ability to do so effectively
will determine the fate of the region.


IIMCR's African Student Symposium on Negotia-
tion and Conflict Resolution aims to equip them
with this ability. The Symposium is specifically
designed to narrow the divide between the theory
and practice of conflict resolution-to prepare
young people to understand and constructively
address conflict in a rapidly changing interna-
tional environment. During a three-week pro-
gram, participants from around the world will
sharpen their understanding of conflict resolution
through lectures, negotiation and mediation
training and detailed multilateral simulations.
They will learn from and network with IIMCR's
renowned faculty of conflict resolution practitio-
ners, diplomats, academics and activists. The
Symposium is academically accredited by
IIMCR's university partner, Erasmus University
Rotterdam, and open to graduate students,
highly-qualified undergraduate students, and
young professionals.

For more information, or to apply, visit our
website at www.iimcr.org. If you have questions,
please e-mail African_Symposium@iimcr.org
or contact
James Saulino at 202-347-2042.




1=1 Internet Resources


UW-Madison African Studies Online

The African Studies Program of the University of
Wisconsin-Madison invites you to visit us at our
new online home at http://africa.wisc.edu/.

On the site you will find information on the
program itself, our faculty, outreach services,
publications, an extensive list of Africa Studies-
related links, and much more.

We also maintain a database of "Opportunities in
African Studies Worldwide". Culled from various
listservs and on-line postings, these pages are
updated every Monday morning and include the
latest calls for papers (for both conferences and
publications), fellowships (at all levels),
employment opportunities from across the
spectrum, news on institutes and study abroad
and volunteer opportunities, and much more.









You can link to that page from our home page or
directly at:

http://africa.wisc.edu/opportunities/

This is the most up-to-date listing of opportunities in
African Studies you'll find anywhere. And if you
should have an upcoming event, opening, cfp or any
relevant opportunity you would like to see listed,
please forward to web@africa.wisc.edu for posting.

And finally, the UW ASP will be hosting next year's
African Literature Association conference in
Madison. The conference's website is also being
hosted on our site. You can learn more about the
conference, contact conference organizers, and
even submit proposals on-line at:

http://africa.wisc.edu/ala2004/

Please feel free to visit the site and do make sure
to update your bookmarks. If you have any
questions or comments regarding the site, or if you
find any dead links or want to suggest either a link or
a posting, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Web Manager, African Studies Program
University of Wisconsin-Madison
http://africa.wisc.edu/
web@africa.wisc.edu



Obituaries


Sigrid Docken Mount, Oct. 23, 1945 May 2, 2003


Many of Roy Sieber's former graduates students will
remember Sigrid's calm demeanor, her cheery
smile, and short, strikingly white/blond hair. Martha
Anderson, for example, first met Sigrid at Saint Olaf,
years before she was married to Joe. Sigrid was
two years ahead of Martha and one year behind
Norm Skogstad. Sigrid gained experience in Africa
by joining the Peace Corps and living in Liberia.
Afterwards, she came to study with Roy Sieber at
Indiana University, where Martha had already begun
studying. Sigrid was Dr. Roy Sieber's assistant in


1979 when I arrived at Indiana. She and Joe lived
in Melanesia for a time. Years later, she put
together an exhibition of African and Melanesian
art from her collection that traveled
locally. --Michael W. Connor


Sigrid published several articles on African art:
"Evolutions in exhibition catalogues of African art."
Art Libraries Journal 13:3 (1988), 14-19. "African
Art at the Cincinnati Art Museum." African Arts. 13
(4) August 1980, pages 40-46, 88. Los Angeles;
and an article on "Weaving, textiles and costumes
from West Africa."

The Following obituary is excerpted from one that
was published in the Winona Daily News, May 5,
2003, and on news forwarded to H-AfrArts by
Martha Anderson.

Sigrid Docken Mount, 57, died Friday, May 2,
2003, at her home of lung cancer.

Sigrid was born Oct. 23, 1945, in Decorah, Iowa,
to Adrian and Orene Madson Docken. She
graduated from Decorah Senior High School in
1964. She received her bachelor of Arts degree
from St. Olaf College in 1968; her Master of Arts
degree in art history from Indiana University in
1979; and her master's in library science from
Indiana University in 1985. She married Joe
Mount, Acquisitions and Collection Development
Librarian at Winona State University, on Aug. 11,
1973, in Decorah. She was a member of the
Unitarian Universalist Church and was employed
at the library of St. Mary's University.

Sigrid is survived by her husband, Joe; a son,
Jacob (age 15) at home; parents, Adrian and
Orene Docken of Decorah; and three brothers,
Paul (Toni) Docken of Tucson, Ariz., Phillip
Docken of Minneapolis and Peter Docken, of
Bloomington, Minn.









IHiM I Triennial Symposium Information


Letter From Program Chair

Harvard University is pleased to host the Arts Council of the African Studies Association's Thirteenth Triennial
Meeting of African Art. Cambridge (and the Boston area more generally) will be a vital setting for related
discussions. Through the days' events, the overarching theme of African Art: Roots and Routes will offer
exciting opportunities for participants to re-examine issues and theoretical implications of diaspora and
cultural exchange in addition to an array of other topics. These will include not only a reconceptualization of
origins and diasporas, modernity and tradition, continuity and change but also an examination of flows,
exchanges and "third spaces" which transcend such dualisms in relation to Africa-linked arts, artists and
cultural forms. The W. E. B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard and the
newly renamed Department of African and African American Studies are playing key roles in the organization
of this event. W. E. B. Du Bois' interrogation of the "call and response" between Africa, the Americas and the
rest of the world serves as a vital frame not only for addressing African art's "roots" and "routes" but also for
understanding the political, social, cultural and aesthetic background of these transitions in the larger field of
African art history and visual culture. Individuals and institutions in the larger region also are participating in
organizing the event, including among others Christraud M. Geary of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Susan
Bowditch of the Peabody Museum Essex, Elisha Fernandes Simpson of the Cambridge Multicultural Arts
Center, Barbara Thompson of the Hood Museum, Dartmouth College, and Barry Gaither of the Museum of
the National Center of Afro-American Artists.

While attending the conference participants will be able to explore not only the rich culture of this area in
conjunction with both African and African American History but will be given the opportunity to view an array
of local African art collections on campus (in both the Harvard University Art Museum and the Peabody
Museum), the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Ma. A reception is
being held in conjunction with the newly installed William E. and Bertha L. Teel Collection at the Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston. There also will be special Museum Day activities and an exhibition called Looking Both
Ways: Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora, organized by the Museum for African Art, New York, on view
at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem.

We hope that the exciting program, events, and exhibitions will bring many
of you to Cambridge and the larger Boston area. Mark you calendars!

Suzanne Preston Blier
Allen Whitehill Clowes Professor of
Fine Arts and of Afro-American Studies
Harvard University

Museum Day 2004: Contemporary African Art in the Museum Setting

As in previous years, the Wednesday before the official opening of the ACASA Triennial will be devoted to
discussions for museum professionals. "Museum Day 2004: Contemporary African Art in the Museum Setting"
will focus on issues and practices that professionals encounter in their efforts to define and place
contemporary African art within the museum setting. Museum Day 2004 will be held on March 31, 2004 from
10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Morse Auditorium at the Peabody Essex Museum in historic Salem, MA, where the
exhibition Looking Both Ways: Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora will also be on display. For
information about Museum Day 2004, please contact Barbara Thompson, Curator of African, Oceanic and
Native American Collections at the Hood Museum of Art at Barbara.Thompson@Dartmouth.EDU or (603) 646-
3811. For questions relating to the Peabody Essex Museum, please contact Susan Bowditch, Program
Development Manager for African and African-American Art at Susan_Bowditch@pem.org, (978)745-9500, or
(866)745-1876.









WMAWMA


The Arts Council of the African Studies Association
The Thirteenth Triennial Symposium on African Art
Cambridge and Boston
March 31 April 4, 2004

Greetings, members and friends of ACASA,

We hope you have already decided to attend ACASA's 13t Triennial Symposium hosted by the Department of
African and African American Studies and the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for Afro-American Research at Harvard
University. The theme of the upcoming Triennial will be African Art: Roots and Routes. The conference will
allow participants to explore the African Art collections and resources in the Boston area, among these, the
Harvard University Art Museums, the Harvard University Peabody Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, and the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem.
If you haven't yet, please make plans to participate in this opportunity to develop scholarly discourse on the
expressive arts of Africa and the Diaspora.

Registration fees cover only a fraction of Triennial costs. Our hosts in Cambridge and Boston have been raising
money for everything from receptions to A-V services. ACASA must do its share. Most importantly, we have
committed ourselves as usual to raise funds so graduate students and colleagues from Africa and the Diaspora
can join us.

In preparation for past Triennials we have always been flooded with applications for travel stipends-from
graduate students and from African/Diasporan colleagues. We hope to offer at least 20 grants of $500 to
graduate students and to sponsor 7 or more African and Caribbean applicants. We have set a goal of $30,000,
but we are late in getting started in the fundraising for this 13" Triennial.

Remember that ACASA is now a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization. Although we always welcome
contributions to ACASA's Endowment, our focus must now be on the Triennial. Please join ACASA members
and friends in making a generous, tax-deductible contribution to the Triennial Travel Stipend Fund so we can
support as many applicants as possible. If you can afford to do so, we ask you to consider contributing $100 or
more. Checks must be made out to ACASA and drawn on US banks. Please let us know if you do not want to
be listed as a donor. A form for this contribution is included in this newsletter. Please mail the completed form
with your contribution to Tavy Aherne.

Our travel stipend recipients join us in thanking you for your support. We look forward to seeing you in
Cambridge and Boston for this exciting event.

Sincerely,

Robin E. Poynor Robert Soppelsa Suzanne Preston Blier
President Past President; Program Chair
Co-Chair, Co-Chair,
Fundraising Commitee Fundraising Committee

President: Secretary Treasurer: Panels Chair:
Robin Poynor Tavy D. Aherne Christraud M. Geary
University of Florida Indiana University Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
P.O. Box 115801 2261 Bent Tree Dr. 465 Huntington Avenue
Gainesville, FI 32611-5801 Bloomington, IN 47401 Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (352) 392-0201 Phone: (812) 323-9173 Phone: (617) 369-3226
Fax: (352) 392-8453 Email: tavy@mymy.com Fax: (617) 859-7031
Email: rpoynor@ufl.edu Email: cgeary@mfa.org





















13th Triennial Symposium Hotel Information


ACASA has negotiated special rate rooms at both the Sheraton Commander and the Harvard Square Hotel.
Please use these hotels so ACASA will not be penalized for failure to fill our blocks.

The Sheraton Commander
16 Garden St, Cambridge, MA

The Sheraton Commander is offering a group rate of $150.00 for a single or $170.00 for a double. [Add 12.45%
tax]

To make reservations, please call the Sheraton Commander Hotel Reservation Department 1-888-627-7121 by
March 1, 2004. In order to receive the preferred rates, you must identify yourself with the ACASA Group Block.
[Rates cannot be changed at check in or checkout for those who fail to identify affiliation at the time of making
reservations.] Rates and availability of the ACASA block rooms may be confirmed by dialing reservations at 1-
888-627-7121.


Harvard Square Hotel-Cambridge
110 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA

Harvard Square Hotel-Cambridge is offering a group rate of $139.00 for a room with either a queen sized bed
or two double beds. [Add 12.45% tax]

To make reservations, please call the Harvard Square Hotel directly at (617) 491-222 or (800) 458-5886 by
February 27, 2004. In order to receive the preferred rates, you must refer to code ACA. Reservations must be
guaranteed by your credit card.. Guaranteed room reservations not canceled 48 hours in advance of arrival will
be billed for one night's room and tax if the guest does not arrive as scheduled.










I I Triennial Paper Guidelines


African Art: Roots and Routes
13t" Triennial Symposium on African Art
Cambridge, Boston, and Salem, Massachusetts (USA)
March 31-April 3, 2004

The organizers of the 13t International Triennial Symposium on African Art encourage the submission of
papers to be presented during upcoming meeting African Art: Roots and Routes.

The paper proposals should include:

1. Title
2. A proposal not to exceed one page describing the theme and scope of the paper
3. A short abstract not to exceed 100 words
4. Audiovisual needs such as Powerpoint, slide projectors, video, etc.
5. Contact information, including address, phone, fax, and e-mail address of the presenter

Paper proposals on topics listed in the attached description of the panels and contributions to roundtables
should be sent directly to the contact persons for each panel/roundtable.
Paper and roundtable proposals should reach the contact persons for the panels/roundtables no later than
December 1, 2003. The deadline for submission of the final panels to Christraud M. Geary, Panels Chair, is
December 15, 2003.
Panel Chairs will be contacted directly by the Panels Chair, Christraud Geary about paper submission
procedures.

Participants may present one paper only. If requested by panel/roundtable organizers, they may serve as
discussant for one other panel or participate in a roundtable.
In case of inquiries, please contact the Panels Chair at the following address:

Christraud M. Geary
Department of the Arts of Asia, Oceania, and Africa
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115-5597
USA
Tel: +1 (617) 369-3226
Fax: +1 (617) 859-7031
cgeary@mfa.org








i11 Triennial Panel List

The following list presents panel proposals that
have been received following the call for panel
proposals posted in June 2003. Panels are
arranged alphabetically (according to title).

PANEL 1
Africa in Florida: The Aesthetics of the Sunshine
State
Chair: Amanda Carlson, University of Hartford
(USA)

With over 500 years of diasporic history flowing
from Africa and the Caribbean, Florida is the ideal
destination for observing how a state (as a cultural,
political, and geographical entity) both shapes and
is shaped by the multiple African diasporas that
move through it. They include Maroons, Seminoles,
Haitians, Afro-Cubans, African-Americans, Yoruba-
Americans (associated with Oyotunji village in
South Carolina), and recent immigrants from
numerous countries in contemporary Africa. This
panel will explore interdisciplinary approaches to
understanding Africa in Florida in order to develop
a more dynamic understanding of diaspora, which
is becoming increasingly more urgent in the 21st
century. Papers will provide a new look at Florida
and freshly squeezed research.

Chair:
Amanda Carlson
Department of Art History
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Ave.
West Hartford, CT 06117

Phone: 860-768-4342
Fax: 860-768-5254
Email: amcarlson@hartford.edu

Participants include:
Amanda Carlson
Robin Poynor, University of Florida
Joseph Murphy, Georgetown University
Ivor Miller, DePaul University


PANEL 2
African Style: Negotiating Identities In Global
Fashion Markets
Chair: Victoria Rovine, University of Iowa Museum
of Art (USA)

This panel addresses Africa's role as both an active
agent in and a source of inspiration for global
fashion design. Participants will examine the work
of designers from Africa, Europe, and elsewhere,
analyzing the diverse artistic strategies by which


they make reference to Africa. Fashion designers
have mobilized forms and materials, as well as
personal identities and marketing strategies, to
signify Africa as a specific location or as a
generalized "Other." The growing visibility of African
fashion in international venues provides rich
opportunities to examine the negotiations by which
the continent's "traditional" attire has been adapted,
transformed, or discarded by contemporary
designers.

Contact:
Victoria Rovine
University of Iowa Museum of Art
150 N. Riverside Drive 110 MA
Iowa City, IA 52242-1789
USA
Tel: +1 (319) 353-2469
Fax: +1 (319) 335-3577
victoria-rovine @ uiowa.edu

PANEL 3
African Textiles in Fashion, Art, Trade and
Thought
Chair: Tavy Aherne, Indiana University (USA)

Textiles, due to their nature as easily transportable
and widely desired commodities, cross boundaries
that are not only geographical, but also political,
cultural, social, ethnic, economic, and gendered.
Thus, they are particularly useful for dealing with
such complex domains as the exchange of ideas
and practices, and the manipulation and
negotiation of ethnicity. The functions of cloths may
fluctuate, as part of ongoing, ever-changing
processes which reflect new concerns, inspirations,
and patronage. Paper proposals are requested
from individuals studying textiles' changing
contexts over time, space, and across cultures, to
create new forms, interpretations, meanings, and
contexts of use.

Contact:
Tavy Aherne
2261 Bent Tree Drive
Bloomington, IN 47401
USA
Tel: +1 (812) 323-9173
taherne@indiana.edu


PANEL 4
Aids Art: The Visualization of a South African
Pandemic
Co-chairs: Pamela Allara, Brandeis University
(USA); Kyle D. Kauffman, Wellesley College (USA);
and Marilyn Martin, Iziko Museums of Cape Town
(South Africa)






HIV/Aids is arguably the most significant social,
economic, and political issue facing South Africa
today. Yet, few visual artists have engaged
meaningfully with the subject in their work. This is
in stark contrast to the way South African artists
confronted other major social evils, such as
apartheid.

Before 1994, much of the art produced in South
Africa was confrontational and political in nature.
For the politically engaged artists under apartheid
there was no doubt about the identity of the target.
After 1994, both the challenges and the possibilities
have become more complex, ambivalent, and
unpredictable. The course of South African art
changed from confrontation to reconciliation and
during the honeymoon years of the new democracy
there were calls for artists to put aside political
considerations and to find new themes and images.
Indeed, it seemed that a number of artists with
powerful messages in the pre-1994 era had lost
their voices. Some turned inward to explore
personal narratives and dramas, investigating
identity, sexual and gender politics and roles, while
others delved into history and memory.

Few artists have confronted the Aids crisis. Why?
There is a range of possible answers. Perhaps,
many artists do not feel the deep personal
connection to the issue of Aids that they did to
apartheid. Perhaps, after the struggle for political
liberation, socially engaged artists were tired and
felt the need for more personal, non-political
subjects for their work. Another possible reason
could be that white artists, who comprise the
majority of commercially successful artists in South
Africa, do not feel they can reasonable speak for
the black majority, the group most affected by Aids.
In addition, black artists may find the subject a very
difficult issue, involving sexual practices that are
hard to change in a patriarchal culture. Or, perhaps
it is even that in an increasingly open and market-
oriented art scene some artists feel that if they
produce works on the topic of Aids that they will not
be sellable. Whatever the reasons, the production
of art works on the subject of HIV/Aids is
surprisingly low, given the importance and impact
on society.

This panel will consist of both scholars and artists
to critically examine the body of artwork that has
been produced in South Africa on the subject of
HIV/Aids and also try to understand why there is a
dearth of artists willing to engage the topic.

Contact:
Kyle D. Kauffman
Department of Economics
Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA 02481


Tel: +1 (781) 283-2153
Fax: +1 (781) 283-2177 (Fax)
kkauffman @wellesley.edu


PANEL 5
Artists in Contemporary Ethiopia and in the
Diaspora
Co-chairs: Rebecca Martin Nagy, Samuel P Harn
Museum of Art, University of Florida (USA) and
Achamyeleh Debela, North Carolina Central
University (USA)

Ethiopian artists working in their own country and
abroad are increasingly gaining recognition as
major figures in the international art world, as
evidenced by recent one person and group shows
of their work and by the inclusion of Ethiopian
artists in group shows of pan-African and
international scope. Scholarly research on
contemporary African art has increased, and there
is an encouraging trend among major museums to
acquire work by contemporary African artists,
including Ethiopians. Some critics and art historians
would argue that the Ethiopian heritage of
contemporary, academically trained artists is largely
irrelevant in considering their work. We believe,
however, that the work of these artists should be
considered in terms of both continuity with the past
and the change that is all but inevitable given the
ubiquity of global exchange. In addition to
academically trained artists, others continue to
work in the time-honored genres of mural painting,
icon painting, and metalworking. Having served
apprenticeships under established masters, they
sell their work to the church and local patrons who
employ it for traditional purposes and to local and
foreign patrons who value the work for its
craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal.

We invite papers on various aspects of
contemporary art and artists in Ethiopia and the
Diaspora, including traditional and academically
trained artists. We welcome papers representing
differing points of view about the relevance of
looking for the expression of a distinctively
Ethiopian identity in the work of contemporary
artists.

Contact:
Rebecca M. Nagy
Harn Museum of Art
University of Florida
PO Box 112700
Gainesville, FL 32611-2700
Tel: +1 (352) 392-9826
Fax: +1 (352) 392-3892
rnagy @harn.ufl.edu






PANEL 6
Confluence Or Conflict? Two Trends of
Contemporary African Art In an International
Context
Chair: Sunanda K. Sanyal, The Art Institute of
Boston at Lesley University (USAt

In recent years, works of contemporary African
artists -primarily painters- with little or no art
school training have drawn a fair number of
Western curators, collectors, and scholars.
Identified as "self-taught", "popular" or "urban", and
occasionally organized in groups and workshops,
such artists produce both site-specific and portable
images, most frequently figurative social narratives
with formal and iconographic strategies significantly
different from those employed by academically
trained artists. The market's enthusiasm for this
kind of art, however, has raised questions. While
many of its gallery advocates have insisted that it
demonstrates an "original" pictorial approach, an
"African" way of seeing, unlike the allegedly
derivative tendencies of the contemporary
enterprise grounded in institutional art training;
critics of this view identify such preference as an
essentialist fascination for a form of neo-
primitivism, a neo-colonial urge to legitimize a
signifier of the Third World too benign to challenge
the West's latent claim to cultural superiority.

The panel attempts to examine the production,
reception and marketing of this genre of art in light
of the above debate. What is the role of these
artists, vis-a-vis that of art school graduates, in
contemporary Africa's response to the global art
scene? How differently do the works of the two
groups address notions of tradition and modernity?
Has scholarly research on the "self-taught" artists
(Fabian, Jewsiewicki, Court) problematized their
popular reception as authentic storytellers in the
Euro-American art market? Art historians, artists,
critics, and curators are invited to explore such
questions to generate a productive discussion on
the subject.

Contact:
Sunanda K. Sanyal
The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
700, Beacon Street Boston, MA 02215
USA
Tel: +1 (617) 585-6693
Fax: +1 (617) 437-1226
ssanyal@aiboston.edu

PANEL 7
Congo? Carabali?-Images of African Identity in
the Diaspora
Co-chairs: Judith Bettelheim, San Francisco State
University (USA), and Kristine Juncker, Columbia
University (USA)


"El que no tiene de Congo tiene de Carabali." "He
who does not have Congo [in him], has Carabali."
This popular Cuban proverb presents several
important contradictions. Can BaKongo, Carabali,
or other African roots actually be identified in the
Diaspora? Or how do artists and artworks in the
Diaspora come to terms with mestizaje, ethnic and
cultural diversity and mixture, and simultaneously
celebrate the inheritance of specific cultural
origins? This panel seeks to discuss the issue of
African identity in the Diaspora, and the ways in
which identities are sought, created and defined
through contemporary or historic arts.

Contact:
Kristine Juncker
145 Pinckney St, #330
Boston, MA 02114
USA
Tel. +1 (617) 720-2726
krj6@columbia.edu

PANEL 8
Crossing Boundaries: Routes of Colonialism in
African Art
Co-chairs: Andrea Frohne, Dickinson College
(USA), and Onyile Bassey Onyile, Georgia
Southern University (USA)

This panel seeks to examine the complex
connections between art and colonial ideology.
How has colonialism influenced, or been imbued, in
the arts of many African societies? Issues to
consider are the geographic, symbolic, political,
aesthetic, religious, iconographic, economic,
stylistic, or social routes induced by colonialism in
arts of the African world. Additional areas might
include Christianity, gender, or "race". Conversely,
why has the history of colonialism at times been
written out of African art studies?

This panel will include both "traditional" and
contemporary artists. Also, what models of visual
theory might accommodate the multivalence of
Africa's arts, identities and experiences? We hope
to offer innovative strategies for examining the
visual culture that has arisen from the political
impact of colonialism.

Contact:
Andrea Frohne
Department of Art and Art History
Dickinson College
Carlisle, PA 17013
USA
Tel: +1 (607) 724-3761
Fax: +1 (717) 245-1937
frohnea@dickinson.edu
or
Onyile Bassey Onyile






Department of Art
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460
USA
Tel: +1 (912) 541-2312
bi90411 @binghamton.edu

PANEL 9
Documenting Change, Returning to the Field
Chair: Christine Mullen Kreamer, National Museum
of African Art, Washington DC (USA)
Proposals are requested from individuals interested
in exploring the process of change observed when
conducting art historical research in Africa. The
premise is that return trips to the field provide the
opportunity to conduct research that compares
earlier data with recent findings and to consider the
motivations, impact and personalities connected
with changes that occur over time. What are the
research questions and methodologies guiding
return research and the documentation of change?
What significance may be attributed to changes
over time in aesthetic concepts and in the forms,
techniques and meanings of specific art forms or
categories of art? How have the arts been
impacted by access to new materials or sources of
inspiration? Who are the key individuals involved
in the making, using or marketing of arts over time?
Are there areas of artistic production that evince
relatively little change over time? Papers
exploring these and other issues relating to change
over time in African visual arts are most welcome.

Contact:
Christine Mullen Kreamer
National Museum of African Art, MRC 708
Smithsonian Institution
PO Box 37012
Washington DC 20013-7012
USA
Tel: +1 (202) 357-4600, ext. 236
Fax: +1 (202) 357-4879
kreamerc@nmafa.si.edu

PANEL 10
Double Trouble? Representations of Twins and
Doubles in African and African American Arts
Chair: Philip M. Peek, Drew University (USA)

Twin births are marked as serious matters, for
better or worse, throughout Africa. Often these twin
individuals are represented by carvings, but there
are other images of doubling as well, such as spirit
doubles and animal familiars. As the Senufo
assert: 'Twins have perfect knowledge of each
other." That perfect communion is sought by
diviners, by healers, by any individual seeking
rapport with spiritual entities in the other world.
These endeavors are aided and activated by visual
and verbal arts. We hope to investigate these


artistic expressions of twins and doubling in African
And African American cultures in order to reveal the
deeper philosophical and epistemological
meanings they embody.

Contact:
Philip M. Peek
Dept. of Anthropology
Drew University
Madison, NJ 07940
USA
Tel: +1 (973) 408-3383
Fax: +1 (973) 408-3768
ppeek@drew.edu

PANEL 11
Expanding Diaspora: New Directions in the
Study of African Art in International Contexts
Co-chairs: Laurie Ann Farrell, Museum for African
Art, New York (USA), and John Peffer,
Northwestern University (USA)

This panel is a platform for new ideas on what
constitutes the African legacy of diaspora. We invite
papers, which present novel approaches to the
study of African art as something that is
internationally distributed, from the postcolonial
world and from other historical periods. For
example, how do current discussions of global
identities in contemporary art impact definitions of
older forms of continental African art? How can
new scholarship on "global" art avoid homogenizing
individual artistic practices? And how can
"traditional" African art objects themselves, as
collected and reproduced items, be seen to operate
as a sort of diaspora of images?

Contact:
Laurie Ann Farrell
Museum for African Art
36-01 43rd Ave., 3rd Floor
Long Island City, NY 11101
USA
Tel: +1 (718) 784-7700 ext. 111
Fax: +1 (718) 784-7718
lafarrell@africanart.org

PANEL 12
Iconographies of Poverty in Contemporary
South African Art.
Co-chairs: Sandra Klopper, University of
Stellenbosch (South Africa), and Kim Miller,
Transylvania University (USA)

In recent years, scholars have marveled at the
inventive capacities of African artists who, due to
their impoverished circumstances, are forced to
rely on the use of recycled materials for artistic
expression as well as for economic survival. More
often than not, these studies tend to exclude






examples from South Africa, presumably because it
enjoys comparatively high levels of consumption
and a widespread reliance on cheap, locally
manufactured goods.

Unlike these conventional studies on recycled art in
Africa, this panel explores the element of poverty in
South African art in relation to both its production
and its consumption. Thus while certain art forms
and practices are determined by the poverty of their
makers, especially in rural areas, other forms use
poverty as a subject in order to appeal to extended
markets. In some cases, artists concurrently
experience and express the condition of poverty.
Panel participants are asked to offer a series of
case studies on the iconographies of poverty in
South African Art from a variety of practical and
theoretical perspectives.

Contact:
Kim Miller
Department of Art
Transylvania University
300 N Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508
USA
Tel: +1 (859) 281-3543
Fax: +1 (859) 233-8797
kamiller@transy.edu

PANEL 13
Africas and the Indian Ocean World: Arts and
Identies
Co-chairs: Henry Drewal, University of Wisconsin
(USA), and Allen Roberts, University of California,
Los Angeles (USA)

Indian Ocean World histories, cultures and arts are
the result of complex, cross-cultural, and multi-
directional currents. Africans have been an
important presence in the Indian Ocean World in
such diverse roles as traders, merchants, sailors,
artists and architects, professional soldiers, court
musicians, bureaucrats, regents, saints, rulers, etc.
for more than 1000 years. This panel seeks to
present aspects of this diverse cultural world under
the broad theme of arts and Identities. We
encourage papers that illuminate the artistic
interactions and impacts of various African peoples
in specific sites and eras.
Contact:
Henry J. Drewal
Department of Art History Elvehem Museum of
Art
University of Wisconsin Madison
800 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53706
USA
Tel: +1 (608) 263-9362


Fax: +1 (608) 265-6425
hjdrewal@wisc.edu

or
Allen F. Roberts
James S. Coleman African Studies Center
10244 Bunche Hall, Box 951310
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1310 USA
Tel: +01 (310)825-3686
FAX: +01 (310)206-2250
aroberts@arts.ucla.edu

PANEL 14
Jewish Threads in the West African Tapestry
Chair: Peter Mark, Wesleyan University (USA)

The precolonial history of the Sahara and of the
sahel correctly emphasizes the role of Islam in the
development of trade networks, state formation,
and artistic creation. Judaism, by contrast, has
been viewed as having no significant historical role
in West Africa. A re-reading of local Saharan art
forms, including leather working and metal casting,
and the recent discovery of Inquisition records,
together suggest a radically different interpretation.
Historical sources confirm the presence of Jewish
merchants in the southern Sahara, as early as the
16th century. Inquisition records document the
existence of communities of Jewish merchants in
Senegambia.

Together, these new sources, both material culture
and written records, necessitate a radical revision
of our assessment both of Muslim-Jewish relations
and of the role of Jewish merchants in the evolution
of sahelian culture in the Early Modern period.

Contact:
Peter Mark
Department of Art and Art History
Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT 06459
USA
Tel: +1 (860) 347-9698
pmark@wesleyan.edu

PANEL 15
Mami Watas: The Roots and Routes of African
Water Spirit Arts, Beliefs, and Practices
Chair: Martha G. Anderson, Alfred University (USA)

This panel will examine the nexus between the
pan-African spirit or complex known (in various
guises) as Mami Wata and locally named water
spirits, for whom the pidgin term mami wata
sometimes serves as a gloss. The arts, beliefs, and
practices associated with mami watas both
intersect with and diverge from those identified with






Mami Wata. Panelists may present papers on
Mami Wata or mami watas in Africa and the
Diaspora. In keeping with the theme of the
Triennial, they should address the roots of
widespread ideas and practices and consider the
routes these may have traveled.

Contact:
Martha G. Anderson
Alfred University
64 W. University St.
Alfred, NY 14802
USA
Tel: +1 (607) 587-9550
fanderson @ alfred.edu

PANEL 16
National Politics and Rural Arts in
Contemporary Africa
Co-chairs: Ute Roeschenthaler, University of
Frankfurt (Germany),and Eli Bentor, Appalachian
State University (USA)

In the last decades, many African countries have
experienced profound political changes from
structural adjustment programs, a transition to
multiparty democracy or an end of a military
regime, to a descent into the chaos of a civil war.
The shift toward studying modern art in Africa
marked a move from the traditional rural setting to
urban contexts of art making. In urban settings, it
seems natural to study the political aspects of art.
Yet, we still often think of rural arts as part of a
'traditional' world unaffected by national and
international events. Recent political processes
across the continent have profound impacts on
cultural production even in the most remote rural
areas. This panel will look at the grass root artistic
reactions to national and global transformation.
We invite paper proposals examining festivals,
dances, shrines and other forms of "traditional arts"
in their current transformations.

Contact:
Ute Roeschenthaler
Institute fuer Historische Ethnologie
University of Frankfurt
Grueneburgplatz 1
60323 Frankfurt
Germany
Roeschenthaler@em.uni-frankfurt.de
or
Eli Bentor
Department of Art
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
USA
Tel: +1 (828) 262-2579
Fax: +1(828) 262-6756
bentore@appstate.edu


PANEL 17
New Directions in the Study of Architecture and
Symbolic Space
Chair: Monica Blackmun Visona, Metropolitan State
College (USA)

While the first studies of African architecture to
appear in English documented the formal
characteristics of buildings, French writings often
focused upon the philosophical values assigned to
both spaces and structures. How do recent
research projects either refine or refute the
French insistence that African cultures have
constructed environments in response to social and
cosmological systems of thought? How have
changing spatial configurations in African homes,
compounds, shrines, towns and cities prompted
new approaches to the study of architecture, and
how are these approaches still shaped by the work
of earlier scholars?

Contact:
Monica Blackmun Vison&
Department of Art
Metropolitan State College
USA
Tel: +1 (303) 556-3090
visonam@mscd.edu

PANEL 18
Out of Africa: African Dress and Identity Beyond
the African Continent
Chair: Joanne B. Eicher, University of Minnesota
(USA)

In the last few decades, African nationals have
been migrating to North America, the UK and
Europe as refugees and immigrants, often
remaining to put down new roots. This panel
explores issues of identity as expressed through
dress by Africans who are now "Out of Africa." Do
patterns of gender, religion, occupation, andfor
ethnic background encourage the production and
reproduction of dress signifying a link to African
heritage? Possible papers could include examples
such as Somalis who wear "ethnic dress" in
Minnesota, or Igbo and Kalabari who wear African
clothing for their ethnic festivals.

Contact:
Joanne B. Eicher
Dept of Design, Housing, and Apparel
University of Minnesota
1985 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
USA
Tel: +1 (612) 624-7710 (office), and +1 (651) 645-
2914 (home)
Fax: +1 (612) 624-2750
jeicher@che.umn.edu






PANEL 19
Relevant Modernities
Chair: TBA

Africanists' description of local modernities needs
further conceptual expansion. Scholars have
characterized modernity as an invention of the
west, heavy on the hegemony; others have
considered African modernities as inherently
resistant to the west. The transfer of artistic nearby
and faraway. The importance of the import is
relevant only in that artistic practices and influences
shift, evolve, and disappear such as artists,
audiences and patrons see fit. It is not surprising
that engagement within the context of local cultures
is as much a part of the story as anything else.
Potential panelists are encouraged to present
papers contributing to a deeper understanding of
these issues.

Contact:
Erin Haney,
The School of Oriental and African Studies, London
35C Parkhurst Road
London N7 OLR
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 207.687.1502
erinlhaney@hotmail.com

PANEL 20
The African Museum In The New Millennium
Co-chairs: Boureima Ti6koroni Diamitani, West
African Museums Programme, Dakar (Senegal),
and Agbenyega Adedze, Illinois State University
(USA)

The museum occupies a very important segment of
the African cultural landscape; however, many
museum professionals fail to utilize these
institutions to their full potential due to the myriad
problems besetting them. Several meetings,
conferences, and workshops have been organized
since the inception of museums in Africa where the
recurrent problems are debated without any
concrete solutions. The present panel The African
Museum in the New Millennium seeks to exhort
African museum professionals to critically examine
historically the various facets of this all-important
cultural establishment. They will provide a
comprehensive analysis relevant to the revival and
renaissance of African museums. Panelist would be
encouraged to propose cost effective African
solutions for their museums rather than external
ideas that may not be relevant to Africa. While
ensuring that all the regions of Africa are covered in
the various topics, participants are advised to
provide a vision that will carry the African museum
through the 21st century.


Topics might include: (1) A Historical Introduction -
the genesis and development of museums in Africa
(private, community, specialized, and national
museums) to the present; (2) Definitions and Legal
Status of Museums in Africa; (3) Exhibitions in the
African Museum Policies and Challenges; (4)
Managing an African Museum Administrative
practice, development, etc in private, community,
specialized, and national museums; (5) Collecting
and Conserving African Material Culture How are
African objects constituted (do we have collection
policies?) in the museum and the challenges of
conservation; (6) Technology and the African
Museum how useful has it been? Impact of
Information Technology on the museum, if any.

Contact:
Boureima Tiekoroni Diamitani
West African Museums Programme (WAMP)
BP 357 Dakar
Senegal
bdiamitani-wamp@sentoo.sn
or
Agbenyega Adedze
Illinois State University
Department of History
334 Schroeder Hall
Normal, IL 61790
Adedze@ilstu.edu

PANEL 21
The More Things Change, The More They Stay
The Same? Assessing Change In Postapartheid
Visual Culture
Chair: Liese van der Watt, University of Cape Town
(South Africa)

This panel explores changes in African visual
practices that have been brought about not by
physical movement, but rather by ideological
movement. As such, the panel is interested in
papers that explore the impact that political
liberation has had on the art of Africa and its
diaspora. Though not necessarily settled on a
South African context, papers may well focus on
postapartheid South Africa as one instance where a
radical change in government has affected the
visual arts in both constructive and detrimental
ways. While democracy has brought international
exposure and mobility for many artists, it has also
seemingly erased the need for "resistance" or
"struggle" art and photography. In the face of this,
what new themes are being articulated? What new
struggles waged? How has democracy affected
production and access to resources, if at all?
These and other questions will stand central to this
session.

Contact:






Liese van der Watt
University of Cape Town
Department of Historical Studies
Private Bag"
Rondebosch 7700
Cape Town
South Africa
Tel: +27 (21) 6504458 ; +27 (83) 4524565
Fax: +27 (21) 6897581
liesevanderwatt@fulbrightweb.org;
Ivdwatt@ humanities.uct.ac.za

PANEL 22
The Traditional/Contemporary Conundrum
Chair: Barbara Frank, Stony Brook University
(USA)

This panel hopes to offer new insights on an old
problem ... what is the relationship between
contemporary art and the so-called traditional arts
of Africa. I am just as interested in papers that take
a critical view of how contemporary artists use,
abuse, or appropriate traditional forms as in ones
that explore how traditional arts are rescued,
transformed, and enriched by contemporary art
practices.

Contact:
Barbara Frank
Department of Art
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400
USA
Tel: +1 (631) 632-7264
Fax: +1 (631) 632-7261
bfrank@ms.cc.sunysb.edu

PANEL 23
Upper Guinea: Past and Present
Chair: Bill Hart, University of Ulster (Northern
Ireland)

The Upper Guinea Coast between
Senegambia and Sierra Leone historically has
been a site of interaction between Africa and
the outside world and between the coastal
peoples and the civilizations of the Sahel.The
panel will examine how these cultural influences
manifest themselves in the arts of the area and,
drawing upon the wealth of historical sources
available for Upper Guinea, attempt to situate
some of these artistic manifestations within the
broad history of the area.

Contact:
Bill Hart
University of Ulster
Coleraine
Northern Ireland
BT52 1SA


Tel.: +44 (0)28-7032-4311
Fax: +44 (0)28-7032-4952
wa.hart@ulster.ac.uk
PANEL 24

Yoruba Popular Arts Worldwide!
Co-chairs: David T. Doris, University of Michigan
(USA) and Elisha P Renne, University of Michigan
(USA)

In paintings, beadwork, textiles, dress and
videos, and more recently in elaborately decorated
marriage letters, Yoruba popular cultures have
come to be potent signifiers not only of Yoruba
identities, but of the globalizing reach of an African
culture. This panel will examine Yoruba popular
cultures, focusing on the visual arts in Nigeria and
their reverberations throughout the African
Diaspora. It also will address their responsive,
incorporative relation to cultural materials from
outside the psycho-geographical space of
Yorubaland. Such selective incorporation, wedded
to a distinctive cultural tenacity, it is argued, is one
of the enduring hallmarks of Yoruba artistic
endeavor.

Contact:
David Doris
Center for Afroamerican and African Studies and
the Department of the History of Art
170B Tappan Hall
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357
Tel: +1 (734) 764-6214
Fax: +1 (734) 763-0543
daviddoris@earthlink.net
or
Elisha P. Renne
Center for Afroamerican and African Studies and
the Department of Anthropology
4700 Haven Hall
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1045
Tel: +1 (734) 764-9917
Fax: +1 (734) 763-0543
erenne@umich.edu

ROUNDTABLE 1
Collecting African Art in the 21st Century:
Current Practices, New Perspectives and
Challenges
Chair: Christraud M. Geary, Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston (USA)

In recent years, collecting African art, be it in
institutional or private settings, has changed
fundamentally. Works, such as figurative sculptures
and masks predominantly from West and Central
Africa, were the mainstay of collecting African art
throughout much of the 20th century. Now they have
become increasingly rare and prohibitively expensive.
Fakes abound, cashing in on this lucrative market.






The stricter implementation of antiquities legislation in
African countries and in the U.S., and the importance
of provenance have also changed the face of
collecting. Thus, institutional and private collectors
turned to other types of objects, among them metal
work, currency, pottery, and textiles. This changing
emphasis echoes and follows, of course, shifts in
scholarly interest away from examining the classic
canon of African art, as constituted by art historians
and collectors in the first half of the 20"h century.
Among the more recent entries in the ever-
broadening field of what constitutes collectibles are
works from formerly underrepresented regions,
such as objects from Eastern and Southern Africa,
works by contemporary African artists who
participate in the global art scene, by African
photographers, and local artists in urban African
settings. Participants in this round table are
encouraged to explore collecting from different
perspectives, addressing such issues as their own
or institutional collecting strategies and assessing
current trends and challenges.

Contact:
Christraud M. Geary
Department of the Arts of Asia, Oceania, and Africa
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Tel: +1 (617) 369-3226
Fax: +1 (617) 859-7031
cgeary@mfa.org

ROUNDTABLE 2
Through the Lens and Onto the Screen:
Professors and Curators Describe their Film
Making Processes
Chair: Susan Vogel, Prince Street Pictures, Inc.,
New York (USA)

Many African art historians and anthropologists have
found themselves making films some drawn to
record the movement of ritual or dance in the field,
others compelled by the needs of an exhibition or
institution. This Round Table is addressed to them
and their working methods. It is not primarily
concerned with films made by documentarians who
work in Ghana today and in Chile next month.

Professors and curators will discuss their singular
experiences and describe their personal process from
beginning to end for making a successful film in
Africa.

Participants will show a 2 minute sample of their film,
and describe briefly 1) the research, planning,
budgeting, and funding; 2) crew, equipment and
methods of location filming; 3) editing, sound mix, and
titling; 4) distribution. They will conclude with a brief
and candid assessment of their own satisfaction with


the results. The discussion will be practical, but not
technical, will focus on what has been learned from
good and bad experiences, and will reveal a
surprising variety of hybrid processes, styles, and
possible results.

We are seeking African art historians and
anthropologists who have already completed and
distributed films and can discuss a variety of specific
experiences: you were the writer/director,
cameraperson, sound and maybe editor; you were
writer/director working with a professional crew and
editor; you were on location advisor to a director/
producer and crew; you were writer/director
assembling archival material; you were consultant
or writer not on location; you were writer but not
director; and other permutations.

Contact:
Susan Vogel
Prince Street Pictures, Inc.
112 Prince Street
New York, N.Y. 10012-3160
Tel: +1 (212) 966-7787
Fax: +1 (212) 431-3930
svogel@igc.org








1 ITriennial Travel Grant Application


ACASA 13TH Annual Symposium Travel Grant Application for Graduate Students

The Arts Council of the African Studies Association has limited funds to support graduate
students participating in the Triennial Symposium on African art. To be eligible you must be
enrolled as a full-time student in a graduate program focusing on African (including African-
American and Caribbean) visual art, music, performance or a related field. You must present a
paper or participate in another official aspect of the symposium. You should be aware that
even if you receive an award, it will not cover the full expense of attending the symposium.

SName:

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If you are proposing a paper to an existing panel, enclose your application with your paper
proposal and mail it to the chair of this panel. If you are a panel chair or you are proposing a
paper to an open session, please forward your application to:
Christraud Geary
Curator of African and Oceanic Art,
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
465 Huntington Avenue; Boston, MA 02115-5597 USA

The deadline is December 1, 2003

Note to Panel Chairs: The graduate student proposing a paper for your panel is requesting an
ACASA travel grant. Please consider it carefully and provide a short and candid evaluation of
the contribution of the proposed paper to your panel. Should you decide not to accept the
paper proposal, pleased forward the request and the evaluation immediately to Christraud
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2003 Membership Directory
North America, Europe, & Asia

INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS:

African Arts
James S. Coleman African Studies Ctr.
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951310
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1310
Work: 310-825-1310
Fax: 310-206-2250
afriarts @ ucla.edu

African Studies Association
Rutgers University, Douglas Campus
132 George St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1400
Fax: 732-932-3394

Donna B. Anderson
The Anderson Gallery, INC.
135 Pierce Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248-593-6892
Fax: 248-593-6932
andegall@rust.net
www.andersongallery.com

Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
Art Institute of Chicago
111 South Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603-6492

Museum of Mankind
Ethnography Dept. Library
British Museum
6, Burlington Gardens
London, W1X 2EX
UNITED KINGDOM
Fax:0171-323-8013
pbowman @british-museum.ac.uk

Ingalls Library Serials Dept.
Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106-1797
Phone: 216-707-2550
Fax: 216-421-0921 mbecroft@clevelandart.org

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


The Arts Council of the African Studies Association


Steven A. Morris
Donald Morris Gallery Inc.
P.O. Box 1508
Birmingham, MI 48012-1508
Phone: 248-584-3445 (MI); 212-570-1567 (NY)
Fax: 248-584-3447
dmgdet@home.com

Wayne James
Homeward Bound Foundation
P.O. Box 25333
Washington, DC 20007
Phone: 888-334-9229
Fax: 202-362-7684
info@ middlepassage.org
www.middlepassage.org

Library
Institute of International Visual Arts
6-8 Standard Place, Rivington Street
London, EC2A 3BE
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: 4420-7729-9616
Fax: 4420-7729-9509
library@iniva,org
www.iniva.org

Kirkman House
Institute of International Visual Arts
6-8 Standard Place, Rivington St.
London, EC2A 3BE
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: 44-20-7729-9616
Fax: 44-20-7729-9509
institute@iniva.org
www.iniva.org

Leah N. Niederstadt
Institute of Social & Cultural Anthropology
Oxford University
Wolfson College
Oxford, OX2 6UD

Zachary Kindon
Liverpool Museum-Ethnology Section
William Brown Street
Liverpool, L3 8EN
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone:0151-709-7367
Fax:0151-707-9051
tonye @nmgneth1 .demon.co.uk


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Kathleen Berrin
M.H. de Young Memorial Museum
75 Tea Garden Drive
San Francisco, CA 94118-4501
Phone: 415-750-3647
kberrin @famst.org

Robert Goldwater Library
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
New York, NY 10028

The Museum for African Art
36-01 43rd Ave, 3rd Floor
Long Island, NY 11101
Phone: 718-784-7700 x.110 and 111
Fax: 718-784-7718
museum@africanart.org
www.africanart.org

National Museums Liverpool
Ethnology
Liverpool Museum
William Brown Street
Liverpool
L3 8EN
England
GREAT BRITAIN

Library Periodicals Dept.
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625

Judy Hawes
The October Gallery
24 Old Gloucester St.
London, WC1N 3AL
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: 44-20-7242-7367
Fax: 44-20-7405-1851
octobergallery@compuserve.com
www.theoctobergallery.com


libmail@sil.si.edu
www.sil.si.edu/Branches/nmafa-hp.htm
www.siris.si.edu

UCLA Serials Department
UCLA
11717 Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575

Arts of Africa, Oceania, Americas
University of East Anglia
Sainsbury Research Unit,
Sainsbury Centre
Norwich, NR4 7TJ
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone:00-44-1603-592-659
Fax:00-44-1603-259-401
sru.library@ uea.ac.uk
www.uea.ac.uk/art/sru

Acquisitions Dept, 12 Library
University of Illinois
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61801-3607

Library Serials Dept-Serials/Retrieval Services
University of Kansas
210 Watson
Lawrence, KS 66045-2800

McKeldin Library-Acquisitions/Serials
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-7011
Phone: 301-405-9307
Fax: 301-314-9971
lw64 @ umail.umd.edu
www.lib.umd.edu/UMCP/

Odum Library-Serials
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA 31698

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS:


Library Serials
School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS)
University of London
Thornhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H OX G
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone:020-7898-4167
Fax:020-2898-4159
ec7@soas.ac.uk

National Museum of African Art
Library, Room 2138
Smithsonian Institution
950 Jefferson Dr., SW
Washington, DC 20560-0708
Phone: 202-357-4600 x286


Adams, Suzanne A.
Art
Cleveland State University
2560 Scranton Road
Cleveland, OH 44113
Home: (216) 621-0095
gypsie49 @hotmail.com

Aguilar, Laurel Birch
St. Salvator's College
University of St. Andrews
18 St. Mary Street
St. Andrews, KY16 8AZ
SCOTLAND
Home: 44-1334-477626
Work: 44-1334-462104






Fax: 44-1334-462030
Ibda@ st-andrews.ac.uk

Aherne, Tavy D.
Indiana University
2261 Bent Tree Dr.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Home: 812-323-9173
taherne @indiana.edu

Amols, Abigail
Art History
Indiana University
5934 State Hwy 80, Glimmerblen Winter Cottage
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Home: 607-547-9545
aamols @ hotmail.com

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

Arnoldi, Mary Jo
National Museum of Natural History:
Anthropology
Smithsonian Institution
4600 Conn. Ave. NW #220
Washington, DC 20008
Home: 202-244-5386
Work: 202-357-1396
Fax: 202-357-2208
arnoldi.mary@nmnh.si.edu

Aronson, Lisa
Department of Art and Art History
Skidmore College
107 Melrose Ave
Albany, NY 12203
Home: 518-458-2491
Work: 518-580-5057
Fax: 518-580-5028
laronson@skidmore.edu

Ater, Renee
Art history and Archaeology
University of Maryland
1211-B, Art/Sociology Building
College Park, MD 20742
Home: 202-48-4764
Work: 301-405-149
rater@umd.edu

Berns, Maria C.
Fowler Museum
UCLA


Box 951549
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549
H: 310-314-2170
W: 310-825-4259
FAX: 310-206-7007
berns@arts.ucla.edu
www.fmch.ucla.edu

Berzock, Kathleen E. Bickford
Department of African & Amerindian Art
Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603-6110
Home: 847-424-1178
Work: 312-857-7172
Fax: 312-443-0849
kberzock@artic.edu

Bettelheim, Judith
Art Department
San Francisco State University
5308 Manila Ave.
Oakland, CA 94618
Home: 510-653-1769
Work: 415-338-2176
Fax: 415-338-6537
betheim@sfsu.edu

Binder, Lisa
4208 Whitman
Cleveland, OH 44113

Blackmun Visona, Monica
Department of Art
Metropolitan State College of Denver
12542 W. Mississippi Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80228-3519
Home: 303-989-7748
Work: 303-556-3090
Fax: 303-556-4094
visonam @mscd.edu

Borgatti, Jean
Clark University
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
295 Maple Avenue
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
Home: 508-793-9695
Website: www.clarku.edu/~jborgatt
jborgatti@aol.com

Boudreaux, Aswan JoAnn
Informal Education
California State University Hayward
PO Box 13575
Berkeley, CA 94712
Home: 216-561-2002
Work: 216-231-4600 x380
aswanboudreaux @ sbcglobal.net;
abmuseum@yahoo.com






Brown, Bernadette
Curator
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
410 Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City
UT 84112-0350
W: 801-585-7138
Fax: 801-585-5198
brown @umfa.utah.edu
www.umfa.utah.edu

Burmeister, Alice
Department of Art & Design
Winthrop University
140 McLaurin Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733
Home: 803-324-9065
Work: 803-323-2656
Fax: 803-323-2333
burmeistera@winthrop.edu

Cameron, Elisabeth L.
Art History Dept
University of California, Santa Cruz
Porter Faculty Services, 1156 High St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Work: 831-459-2763
Fax: 831-459-3535

Campbell, Bolaji
Art & Architectural History
Rhode Island School of Design
2, College Street
Providence, RI 02903
Home: 401-334-1407
Work: 401-454-6572
Fax: 401-454-6586
bcampbel@risd.edu

Cantone, Helene
Education
Goldsmiths College,University of London
11 Saltoun Road
London,
UK
Home: 0207-733-1059
Work: 0207-378-7491
hcantone@yahoo.co.uk
www.ilcovo.org

Carlson, Amanda
Department of Art History, Cinema, and Drama
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Ave
West Hartford, CT 06117
Home: 860-548-1018
Work: 860-768-4733 (dept. office)
Fax: 860-768-5254
findamand@aol.com


Celenko, Theodore
Curator of African Art,
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1200 West 38" Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Ciola, Ann M.
Art History
Binghamton University
321 Oakdale Rd.
Johnson City, NY 13790
Home: 607-766-2385
Work: 607-777-2111
bf60007@binghamton.edu

Clarke, Christa
The Newark Museum
Curator of Africa, the Americas, & the Pacific
49 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102
Home: 908-301-9333
Work: 973-596-6663
Fax: 973-596-6666
Website: www.newarkmuseum.org
cjclarke@newarkmuseum.org

Herbert M. Cole
UCSB
History of Art and Architecture
Santa Barbara, CA 93110
Home: 805-682-1809
scole@arthistory.ucsb.edu

Cooksey, Susan
1930 NW 11 Rd.
Gainesville, FL 32605
Home: 352-379-2949
Work: 352-392-9826 x137
Fax: 352-392-3892
secook @ufl.edu

Coote, Jeremy
Pitt Rivers Museum
University of Oxford
South Parks Road
Oxford, Oxon OX1 3PP
UNITED KINGDOM
Home: 44-1865-243426
Work: 44-1865-270930
Fax: 44-1865-270943
jeremy.coote @prm.ox.ac.uk

Court, Elsbeth
School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London
24 Russel Square
London, WC1HOXG, UK






Dagan, Esther A.
1236 Fort Street
Montreal, Qc
H3H 2B3, Canada

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

Dealy, James
52 Larch St.
Providence, RI 02906
jimbol 0@cox.net

DeLancey, Mark D.
History of Art and Architecture
Harvard University
485 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138
Home: 617-441-7961
Fax: 617-495-1769
mdelanc@fas.harvard.edu

Dewey, William J.
School of Art
University of Tennessee
1233 Harrington Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37922
Home: 865-692-6775
Work: 865-974-0651
Fax: 865-974-3198
wdewey @utk.edu

Doris, David
University of Michigan
Dept. of Art History
110 Tappan Hall
519 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357

Eicher, Joanne B.
Department of Design,
Housing, & Apparel
University of Minnesota
240 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford
St. Paul, MN 55108
Home: 612-645-2914 (phone/fax)
Work: 612-624-7710
Fax: 612-624-2750
jeicher@che.umn.edu
dha.che.umn/edu/jeicher/default.html

Ezra, Kate
Art and Design
Columbia College
600 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605
Home: 773-955-0413


Work: 312-344-7749
Fax: 312-344-8009
kate.ezra@att.net

Fagaly, William A.
Francoise Billion Richardson Curator of African Art
New Orleans Museum of Art
915 Saint Philip St.
New Orleans, LA 70116-2407
Home: 504-522-9142
Work: 504-483-2630
Fax: 504-484-6662
bfagaly@noma.org bfagaly @ hotmail.com

Faletti, Richard J.
1040 E. Osborn Rd., #301
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Home: 602-230-7027
Work: NA
Fax: 602-230-7029
FALETTI49 @ msn.com

Farr, D. Francine
Art History Department
Montgomery College, Takoma Park Campus
Pavillion of Fine Arts, 7600 Takoma Ave.
Takoma Park, MD 20910
Home: 202-488-7401
Work: 202-466-0520
Fax: 202-466-0583
ffarr@elawforum.com

Florusbosch, J. Henrike
Department of Anthropology
University of Michigan
1608 Mclntyre
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Home: 734-647-2807
jflorusb @ umich.edu

Foss, Perkins
Independent Scholar
38 Rayton Road
Hanover, NH 03755
Home: 603-643-3972
Fax: 603-643-9961
Perk@sover.net

Fowler-Paul, Monique
SOAS, University of London
Art and Archaeology
34 Gramercy Park, E.
Apt. 3BR
New York, NY 10003
H:212-477-0979
mfowlerpaul@hotmail.com






Frank, Barbara
Department of Art
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400
Home: 631-474-2986
Work: 631-632-7264
frank@ ms.cc.sunysb.edu

Geary, Christraud M.
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20560
Home: 202-863-9468
Work: 202-357-4600 x280
Fax: 202-357-4879
cgeary@nmafa.si.edu

Giles, Linda L.
612 N. School Street
Normal, IL 61761
Home: 309-452-8821
Work: 309-452-8821
Ilgiles66 @ hotmail.com

Girschick, Paula
Indiana University
Anthropology Department
Student Bldg. 130
Bloomington, IN 47405-7100

Glenn, Kimberly
Art History
University of Iowa
632 Brown Street
Iowa City, IA 52245
Home: 319-358-9906
Work: 319-335-1771
kimberly-glenn @ uiowa.edu

Green, Rebecca L.
School of Art
Bowling Green State University
1000 Fine Arts
Bowling Green, OH 43403
Home: 419-353-1068
Work: 419-372-8514
Fax: 419-372-2544
rlgreen @ bgnet.bgsu.edu

Haney, Erin
School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London
35C Parkhurst Road
London, N70LR, UK

Hart, W.A. Dr.
University of Ulster
Dept of Philosophy
Cromore Road
Coleraine


BT521SA
NO. IRELAND
Home: +44(0) 28-2075-1844
Work: +44(0) 28-7032-4311
wa.hart@ulster.ac.uk

jegede, dele
Indiana State University
2831 Mariposa Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47803
home : 812-232-0038
work: 812-237-3722
fax: 812-237-5948; 812-237-4369
email: dele-jegede@indstate.edu

Jenkins, Earnestine
Art Department
University of Memphis
2044 Kilarney
Memphis, TN 38116
Home: 901-398-4309
Work: 901-678-3450
Fax: 901-678-2735
eljenkns @ memphis.edu

Kerkham, Ruth
History of Art and Architecture
Harvard University
Sackler Museum, 485 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138
Home: 617-491-5116
kefkham@fas.harvard.edu

Kraamer, Malika
School of Oriental and African Studies, Art &
Archaeology
University of London
A. Mildersstraat 51B
Rotterdam, 3022 ND
The Netherlands
Home: +31-104766973
kraamermalika@planet.nl

Kratz, Corinne A.
Center for the Study of Public Scholarship
Emory University
1256 Braircliff, Bldg A, #420N
Atlanta, GA 30306
Work: 404-727-1036
Fax: 404-727-2441
www.emory.edu/COLLEGE/CSPS

Kreamer, Christine Mullen
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
4400 44th St. NW
Washington, DC 20016
Work: 202-357-4600 x236
Fax: 202-357-4879
kreamerc@nmafa.si.edu






Lamp, Frederick
Arts of Africa, Asiar-the Americas, & Oceania
Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Home: 410-235-6130
Work: 410-396-7056
Fax: 410-396-6562
flamp@artbma.org

Latimer, Duane
University of Pennsylvania
Museum of Art & Architecture
African Section
3260 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324
Work: 215-573-4930
Fax: 215-898-0657
dlatimer@sas.upenn.edu

Lawal, Babatunde
Art History Department
Virginia Commonwealth University
922 W. Franklin Street, Box 843046
Richmond, VA 23284-3046
Home: 804-346-4450
Work: 804-628-7033
Fax: 804-828-7468
blawal@titan.vcu.edu

Lewis, Sheryl
San Francisco State University
Art Department
645 Stockton St., #904
San Francisco, CA 94108
H: 650-520-7841
sherilew2001 @yahoo.com

Magee, Carol
Art
Elon University
120 Windsor Place
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Work: 336-278-5249
cmagee@elon.edu


McGee, Julie
Department of Art
Bowdoin College
9300 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011
Home: 207-725-0680
Work: 207-725-3906
Fax: 207-725-3996
jmcgee@bowdoin.edu

McGuire, Harriet C.
U.S. Department of State (ret.)
3007 Russell Rd
Alexandria, VA 22305-1719
Home: 703-549-8208


hmcguire@bigfoot.com

Meier, Prita Sandy
Harvard University
1126 Cambridge St. #2
Cambridge, MA 02139
Home: 617-868-0851
smeier@fas.harvard.edu

Milbourne, Karen E.
Art
University of Kentucky
207 Fine Arts
Lexington, KY 40506-0022
Home: 859-389-9754
Work: 859-257-6036
Fax: 859-257-3042
kemilb2@uky.edu

Miller, Kim
Departments of Art & Women's Studies
Transylvania University
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508
Home: 859-373-8174
Work: 859-281-3543
kamiller@transy.edu

Molife, Brenda
Art
Bridgewater State College
45 Springhill Avenue
Bridgewater, MA 02324
Home: 508-697-0715
Work: 508-531-2454
bmolife @bridgew.edu

Mooney, Barbara Burlison
School of Art and Art History
University of Iowa
E100 Art Building
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
Home: (313) 341-8149
Work: (319) 335-1785
barbara-mooney@uiowa.edu

Mshana, Fadhili S.
Art Department
Georgia College State University
CBX 94
Milledgeville, GA 31061

Nagy, Rebecca Martin
Director
Samuel P. Har Museum of Art
University of Florida
P.O. Box 112700
Gainesville, FL 32611-2700
Work: (352) 392-9826
Fax: (352) 392-3892
Email: rnagy@harn.ufl.edu






Nicholls, Robert W.
Division of Education
University of the Virgin Islands
2 Brewer's Bay
St. Thomas, VI 00802
Home: 340-776-2689
Work: 340-693-1184
Fax: 340-693-1335
rnicholl@uvi.edu

Okoye, Ikem Stanley
Department of Art History
University of Delaware
Old College 317
Newark, DE 19716
Work: 302-831-4038
isokoye@udel.edu

Onyile, Onyile Bassey
Department of Art
Georgia Southern University
Box 21867
Statesboro, GA 30460
onyile@gasou.edu

Ottenberg, Simon
University of Washington
2317 22nd Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98112-2604
Home: 206-720-7150
Work: 206-720-7150
Fax: 206-720-0332
gotten @ u.washington.edu

Patton, Sharon Frances
Oberlin College
436 Morgan St.
Oberline, OH 44074
Home: 440-774-1440

Peek, Philip M.
Department of Anthropology
Drew University
36 Madison Ave.
Madison, NJ 07940
Work: 973-408-3383
Fax: 973-408-3768
ppeek@drew.edu

Picton, John
Department of Art and Archeology
SOAS, University of London
Russel Square
London, WC1H OXG
UNITED KINGDOM
Home: 81-340-9754
Work: 71-323-6282/6259
Fax: 71-436-3844
jpl7@soas.ac.uk, home@jpicton.demon.co.uk


Pindell, Howardena D.
State University of New York-
Art Department
Stoney Brook, Staller Fine Arts Center
2nd Floor
Stoney Brook, NY 11794-5400-

Plankensteiner, Barbara
Africa Department
Museum Fur Volkerkunde
Neue Burg
Wien, 1010
AUSTRIA
Home: 43-1-7868310
Work: 43-1-53430-219
Fax: 43-1-53430-230
barbara.plankensteiner@ ethno-musuem.ac.at

Posnansky, Merrick
Departments of History and Anthropology
University of California, Los Angeles
5107 Rubio Avenue
Encino, CA 91436-1124
Home: 818-986-1381
Fax: 818-986-2014
merrick@history.ucla.edu

Poynor, Robin
School of Art and Art History
University of Florida
102 FAA, P.O. Box 115801
Gainesville, FL 32611-5801
Home: 352-372-2499
Work: 352-392-0201 x223
rpoynor@ufl.edu

Prussin, Labelle
3 Anders Lane
Pomona, NY 10970
Work: 845-354-8964
Ipruss@aol.com

Reed, Bess (Dorothy)
Department of Fine Arts
University of Louisville
Louisville KY 40292
502-456-4782
502-456-4782
benbess@aol.com

Reed, Margaret E.
Art & Art History
University of Iowa
2401 Hwy 6E #320S
Iowa City, IA 52240
Home: 319-351-0108
margaret-reed @ uiowa.edu






Renne, Elisha
Department of Anthropology; CAAS
University of Michigan
1020 LSA Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382
Home: 734-996.-5903
Work: 734-647-9622
erenne @umich.edu
www-personal.umich.edu/~erenne/

Roberts, Allen F.
Dept of World Arts & Cultures, African Studies
Center
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1310
Home: 310-470-7705
Work: 310-825-3686
Fax: 310-206-2250
aroberts@arts.ucla.edu

Roberts, Mary (Polly) Nooter
Fowler Museum of Cultural History
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549
Home: 310-470-7705
Work: 310-825-9025
Fax: 310-206-7007
proberts@arts.ucla.edu

Rosen, Mary Sue Kessel
Writing Department
The New School University
515 East 72nd St., #29G
New York, NY 10021

Ross, Doran H.
11930 Dorothy #2
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Home: 310-207-1701
Fax: 310-207-1701
dhross@international.ucla.edu

Ross, Emaa
History of Art
Yale University
434 Elm Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Home: 203-887-6770
emaa.ross@yale.edu

Rush, Dana
Art History
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
143 Ar t and Design Building,
408 East Peabody Street
Champaign, IL 61820
Home: 217-356-9447
Work: 217-265-6358
Fax: 217-333-3581
danarush @uclc.edu


Schildkrout, Enid
Anthropology Department
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West and 79th Street
New York, NY
10024-5192
H: 212-362-0491
W: 212-769-5432
enid@amnh.org

Schneider, Elizabeth Ann (Betty)
Independent Scholar
876 Melville Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Home: 650-328-3448
Fax: 650- 328-3448
betty@schneider.net; schneide@stanford.edu

Seligman, Thomas K.
Cantor Center for Visual Arts
Stanford University
328 Lomita Way
Stanford, CA 94305-5060
Work: 650-725-0462
Fax: 650-725-0464
seligman @stanford.edu

Sieber, Sophie
Indiana University
114 Glenwood East
Bloomington, IN 47401
Home: 812-332-6945
Work: 812-855-1098
Fax: 812-855-9556

Siegmann, William
Arts of Africa and the Pacific Islands
The Brooklyn Museum of Art
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Home: 718-499-7841
Work: 718-501-6281
Fax: 718-501-6140
william.siegmann@brooklynmuseum.org

Silverman, Ray
University of Michigan
120B Tappan Hall
519 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357

Smith, Earl P.
2930 Old Farm Road
Montgomery, AL 36111
Home: 334-834-0961
earlsm @ pobox.com






Soppelsa, Robert T.
Art in Embassies
U.S. Department of State
4201 Cathedral Avenue NW, # 405W
Washington, DC 20016
Home: 202-363-8584
Work: 202-210-8262
elizabeth.soppelsa@verizon.net

Spencer, Anne M.
1103 Kensington Ave.
Plainfield, NJ 07060
Home: 908-561-6385

Sthreshley, Katherine M.
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
P.O. Box 37012, NMAFA, MRC 708
Washington, DC 20013
Home: 202-543-4565
Work: 202-357-4600 x241
Fax: 202-357-4879
ksthresh @ nmafa.si.edu
www.nmafa.si.edu

Strother, Zoe
Department of Art History
U.C. Los Angeles
3437 Kelton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Home: 310-836-1443
Work: 310-267-2247
Fax: 310-206-1903
strother@humnet.ucla.edu

Szombati, Ilona J.
Pres. Kennedylaan 235
1079 MG, Amsterdam
THE NETHERLANDS

Tesfaye, Frehiwot
Antrhopology Dept.
St. Thomas University
181 parkside Drive #37
Fredericton, NB E3B5L7
CANADA
Home: 506-457-1389
Work: 506-452-0441
tesfaye @ stthomasu.ca

Thompson, Barbara
Hood Museum of Art
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
Home: 603-542-8829
Work: 603-6464-3811
Fax: 603-646-1400
barbara.thompson @ dartmouth.edu


Thompson, Robert F.
Department of the History of Art
Yale University
New Haven, CT 06520

Udechukwu, Obiora
St. Lawrence University
Department of Fine Arts
Canton, NY 13617

Van Dyke, Kristina
History of Art and Architecture
Harvard University
1005 Ivy Falls drive
Atlanta, GA 30328
Home: 404-255-1005
kristinevandyke@aol.com

Walker, Roslyn A.
Research Associate, National Museum of African
Art
Smithsonian Institution MRC
410 O Street SW, #204
Washington, DC 20024-2233
Home: 202-484-1358
Work: NA
Fax: 202-484-1358
roslyna.walker@verizon.net

Wilcox, Rosalinde G.
Art Department
Saddleback College
10520 Draper Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
Home: 949-248-2768
Work: 949-582-4404
Fax: 949-347-0580
rwilcox@saddleback.edu

Willett, Frank
583 Anniesland Road
Glasgow, Scotland G13 1UX
UNITED KINGDOM
Home: 41-959-3424
Work: 41-959-3424
Fax: 41-954-7028

Wittmer, Marceline
University of Miami
Department of Art and Art History
4857 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, FL 33146







ACASA

2003 Directory of Members

* Africa and the Caribbean


INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS

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

University of Abuja Library
P.M.B. 117
Abuja, Federal Capital Territory
NIGERIA

Aequatoria Centre de Recherches Culturelles
B.P. 276
Mbandaka
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Africana Museum
Cuttington University College
Box 277
Monrovia
LIBERIA

Akbdi Afrika
P.M.B. 1004
Iffe-ljimu
Kogi State
NIGERIA


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

Arquivo do Patrimonio Cultural
(Projecto ARPAC)
C.P. 2702
Maputo
MOZAMBIQUE

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

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


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

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

Bibliotheque Nationale du Mauritania
B.P. 20
Nouakchott
MAURITANIA

Bibliotheque Universitaire
B.P. 2025
Brazzaville
REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DU CONGO

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

Borno Museum Society
c/o Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies
University P. M. B. 1069
Maiduguri, Borno State
NIGERIA

Botswana Society
P. O. Box 71
Gaborone
BOTSWANA

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

Centre Culturel Africain
Rue Victor Hugo
Bell Village Port-Louis
MAURITIUS, INDIAN OCEAN

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

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






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

CICIBA
B.P. 770
Libreville
GABON

Coastal Museums Programme/Coastal
Archaeology
Fort Jesus Museum
PO Box 82412
Mombasa
KENYA

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

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

Durban Art Gallery
Box 4085
Durban 4000
SOUTH AFRICA

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

Fort Jesus Museum Library
P.O. Box 82412
Mombasa
KENYA

Gambia National Library
Reg Pye Lane PMB
Banjul
THE GAMBIA

Ghandi Library
University of Lagos
Akoko-Yaba, Lagos
NIGERIA

Ife Forum for the Preservation of Cultural
Heritage
Institute of African Studies, Rm 216
Obafemi Awolowo University


Ile-Ife, Oyo State
NIGERIA

Institute des Musees Nationaux
de Zaire
B.P. 4249
Kinshasa
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Institute of African Studies Library
Fourah Bay College
Freetown
SIERRA LEONE

Institute of Kiswahili & Foreign Languages
Sanduku La Posta/P. O. Box 882
Kidutani, Zanzibar
TANZANIA


Johannesburg Art Gallery Library
P. O. Box 23561
2044 Johannesburg, Gauteng
SOUTH AFRICA

Jos Museum
P.M.B. 2031
Jos, Plateau State
NIGERIA

Kenyatta University Library
P.O. Box 43844
Nairobi
KENYA
Lamu Museum Library
P.O. Box 48
Lamu
KENYA

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

The Library
School of Industrial and Fine Arts
Makerere University
P.O. Box 7062
Kampala
UGANDA

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

Moto Moto Museum
P.O.B. 420230
Mbala
ZAMBIA






Musa Heritage Gallery
P. 0. Box 21
Kumbo-Nso, N.W.P.
CAMEROON


Museu da Guind-Bissau
C.P. 37
Bissau
GUINE-BISSAU


Musee d'Art Africain de Dakar
B.P. 6167
Dakar-Etoile
SENEGAL

Service de Documentation
Musee National
B.P. 159
Bamako
MALI

Musee National de Pr6histoire et
d'Ethnographie du Bardo
3 rue Franklin Roosevelt
Algiers
ALGERIA

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

Mus6e National de Togo
Departement Cultural Affairs
Lome
TOGO

Mus6e National du Chad
Institute National des Sciences Humaines
B.P. 503
N'Djamena
CHAD

Musee National du Congo
B.P. 459
Brazzaville
REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DU CONGO

Mus6e National du Costume
B.P.
Grand Bassam 225
C(TE D'IVOIRE

Mus6e National du Guinde
B.P. 561
Conakry
REPUBLIQUE DU GUINEE

Mus6e Nationale d'Abidjan
B.P. 1600
Abidjan 225
C6TE D'IVOIRE


Museu de Historia Natural
C.P. 1780
Maputo
MOZAMBIQUE

Museu Nacional de Arte
C.P. 1403
Maputo
MOZAMBIQUE

Regional Director
Mutare Museum
P. 0. Box 920
Mutare
ZIMBABWE

Natal Museum Library
Private Bag 9070
Pietermartizburg 3200
SOUTH AFRICA

National Archives of Zimbabwe
Private Bag 7729, Causeway
Harare
ZIMBABWE

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

National Council for Arts & Culture Enugu Zonal
Office (EZO)
1/12 Colliery Ave. Off. Garden Ave.
P.O.Box 17982
Uwani Enugu, Enugu State
NIGERIA

National Cultural Foundation
West Terrace
St. James
BARBADOS
WEST INDIES

National Gallery
Bulawayo Library
75 Main Street/Leopold Takawira Ave
P. 0. Box 1993, Bulawayo
ZIMBABWE

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






National Heritage Conservation Commission
Chishimba Falls Road
P.O.B. 60124
Livingstone
ZAMBIA

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

National Museum of Liberia
P.O. Box 101
Monrovia
LIBERIA

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

National University of Lesotho Library
P.O.B. Roma
LESOTHO

Nnamdi Azikiwe Library
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
NIGERIA

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

Port Elizabeth Technikon Library
Private Bag X6001
Port Elizabeth 6000
SOUTH AFRICA

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

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

Slave Route Committee
Ministry of Culture
B.P. 120
Cotonou
REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DU BENIN

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University of Ibadan
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P. O. Box BW 1252
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Department of Archaeology
University of Ibadan
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46 Melvill Road
Illovo 2196
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Fosu, Mr. Kojo
Department of Art Education
University of Science and Technology
Kumase
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Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Benin
Benin City, Edo State
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Franco, Ms. Hazel
Creative Arts Centre
University of the West Indies
St. Augustine
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Funwayo, Mr. Japhet
853 Old Magwegwe
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Bulawayo
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Addis Ababa University
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa
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University de Niamey
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Ghana Film Industry Corporation
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56717 Old Lobengula
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Bulawayo
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Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies
P.M.B. 1069
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Garlake, Mr. Peter
P. O. Box BW 238, Borrowdale
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Institute Nacional des Artes
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C.P. 338
Bissau
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Gbaja, Mr. Kolawole Patrick
National Museum
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NW5/259
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Ibadan, Oyo State
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Artists Alliance Gallery
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Department of the History of Art (Historical
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University of Cape Town
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Musee Honme
B.P. 299
Porto Novo
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Museu do Dundo
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P. O. Box 141
Odi
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C. P. 5754
Luanda
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Chapungu Sculpture Park
Msasa
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Bureau of Culture
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B.P. 1511, Missira Rue 20x35
Bamako
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Cairo Museum
Kasr El Nile
Tahrer Square
Cairo
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Maryknoll Missioners
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Interafrican Council for Philosophy
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Visual Arts and Craft Academy
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University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
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Ible, Jr., Mr. Louis
Flair Magazine
Norre Gade, Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas, 00802
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Service du Patrimoine MJS/C
B.P. 215
Niamey
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Ifeanyi, Mr. Ogu-Raphael
Department of Theater Arts
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State
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Igwilo, Dr. Benjo N.
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
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Ikara, Dr. Bashir
AREWA House
Ahmadu Bello University
P.O. Box 2006
Kaduna, Kaduna State
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Ikegwuonu, Richard N.
Fine and Applied Arts
Alvan Ikoku College of Education
Owerri, IMO
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Ikenegbu, Mr. Okay
P. 0. Box 9032
Enugu, Enugu State
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Ikpakronyi, Mr. Simon Odey
National Gallery of Art
P.M.B. 456
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National Museum
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Enugu, Enugu State
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Equemesy Place
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Ogidi, Anambra State
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Iniama, Dr. Ededet
John Brewer's Ray
University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, 00802
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Iwu, Mr. Bonaventure O.
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State
NIGERIA






Izuakor, Mr. Levi
National Museum
P. M. B. 12256
Lagos
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Jackson, Ms. Myron
Archaeology & Historic Preservation
DPNR
17 Kongens Gade, Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas, 00802
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Jacobs, Ms. Nancy
Division of Fine Arts
Barbados Community College
Howells Cross Road
St. Michael
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James, Ms. Vicky
National Commission for Museums
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P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos
NIGERIA

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

Jemkur, Dr. J. F.
Department of History
University of Jos
Jos
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Jengo, Professor Elias
Department of Fine & Performing Arts
University of Dar es Salaam
P.O. Box 35044
Dar es Salaam
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Jenkins, Mr. B. F.
Department of Fine Arts
Yaba College of Technology
Lagos
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Jogee, Mr. Rashid
144 Fourth Street
Bulawayo
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Juma, Mr. Abdu Rahman Mohamed
Zanzibar Museum
P.O. Box 116


Zanzibar
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Kalilu, Dr. R. O. Rom
P.O. Box 987
Ogbomosho, Oyo State
NIGERIA

Kamoga, Mr. Muhammed
African Research Center for the Preservation of
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PO. Box 9312
Kampala
UGANDA

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

Kankpeyeng, Mr. Benjamin W.
Upper East Regional Museum
P. O. Box 86
Bolgatanga
GHANA

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

Kausa, Mr. Roy
c/o Ndeke Hotel
P. O. Box 30815
Lusaka
ZAMBIA

Kayode, Ibrahim Waheed
No. 6, Olorunkoko Enikan Street
Owoope Area P. BOX 125
Oshogbo, Oshun State
NIGERIA

Kayode, Mr. Ogunsola
African Arts Global Project
P. O. Box 5093
Shomolu
NIGERIA

Keene, Ms. Rochelle
Johannesburg Art Gallery
P. O. Box 23561
Joubert Park, 2044 Johannesburg
SOUTH AFRICA






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

Klopper, Dr. Sandra
Department of the History of Art
University of Cape Town
Private Bag
Rondebosch, Cape Town 7700
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Kola-George, Ms. Iretiola
National Museum
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan-Lagos
NIGERIA

Koloane, Mr. David
303 Fattis Mountain
66 Harrison Street
Johannesburg 2001
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Konrouma, Dr. Moussa
Musee Nationale
B.P. 262
Conakry
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Kpobly, Mr. Joseph
Association des Artistes Plasticiens du B6nin
B.P. 04-0001
Cotonou
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Krut, David
Contemporary African Art
TAXI Art Books Project
PO Box 892, Houghton
Johannesburg, Gauteng 2041
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Krut, Mr. David
P. O. Box 892
Houghton
204 Johannesburg
SOUTH AFRICA

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

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


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Museums of Malawi
P.O. Box 30360
Chichiri, Blantyre
MALAWI

Kwami, Mr. Atta
University PO Box 723
K.N.U.S.T.
Kumasi
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Kyolo, Mr. Justus
P. 0. Box 73092
Nairobi
KENYA

Kyule, Mr. David M.
Department of History
University of Nairobi
P.M.B. 30197
Nairobi
KENYA

Labi, Kwame
Institute of African Studies
University of Ghana
Po Box LG 72, Legon
Accra
GHANA

Lake, Mr. Edgar O.
P. O. Box 4657
Kingshill, St. Croix, 00851
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

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28 West Hill
Cascade
Port of Spain
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Larsen, Ms. Lauren
2133 Hospital Street
Christiansted, St. Croix, 00820
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

Lateef, Mr. Adeniyi Adeyinka
Cradle Books Arts Service
P. O. Box 1769
Oshogbo, Oshun State
NIGERIA

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






Layiwola, Ms. Peju
c/o O. O. Layiwola
Institute of African Studies
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State
NIGERIA

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

Leibhammer, Ms. Nessa
P. O. Box 904
Morningside 2057
SOUTH AFRICA

LeMarie, Mr. Abraham H.
P. O. Box 01304
Market Circle, Takoradi
GHANA

Liasu, Mr. Sikiru Akinlabi
National Museum
P.M.B. 2031
Jos
NIGERIA

Lon, Mr. Yves Chan Kan
Mahatma Gandhi Institute
Moka
MAURITIUS, INDIAN OCEAN

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

Lumanisakio, Dr. Jose Garcia
Department of Social Sciences
Agostinho Neto University
C.P. 3218, Luanda
ANGOLA

Lusinga, Mr. Lindile
64647/64 Tshabalala, Bulawayo
ZIMBABWE

Mahonde, Ms. Rufaro
Natl Museums & Monuments of Zimbabwe
P. 0. Box CY 33 Causeway
Harare
ZIMBABWE

Makinde, Mr. Olakunle Williams
P.M.B. 1115
Ring Road, Benin City
NIGERIA


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

Mamza, Dr. Musa Palnam
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State
NIGERA

Manaka, Mr. Matsemela
Funda Centre/Funda Community College
P. 0. Box 2056
Southdale 2135
SOUTH AFRICA

Marschall, Dr. Sabine
Dept of Fine Arts & History of Art
University of Durban-Westville
Private Bag X54001
Durban 4000
SOUTH AFRICA

Masao, Dr. Fidelis T.
Archaeology Unit
University of Dar es Salaam
P.O. Box 35050
Dar es Salaam
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Masona, Mr. T.
National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe
PO. Box CY 33 Causeway
Harare
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Maswananganya, Ms. Meriam
African Window
P. O. Box 28088
Pretoria 0132
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Matenga, Mr. Edward
Regional Director
Great Zimbabwe National Monument
Private Bag 1060
Masvingo
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Matome, Ms. Neo
c/o Ms. G. P Matome
I.D.M.
P. O. Box 1357
Gaborone
BOTSWANA






Mattei, Ms. Francesca
P. O. Box 6784
Windhoek
NAMIBIA

Mayindi, Ms. Winnie C.
Vista University
Private Bag X205
Benoni 1500
SOUTH AFRICA


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

McMurray, Dr. Joan F.
Dept. of English, Box 23356, University Station
College of Humanities
University of Puerto Rice
San Juan, 00931-3356
PUERTO RICO

Mebuge-Obaa II, Prince Paschal N.
Chancellary Department (MPI)
179 Agbani Road Enugu
NIGERIA

Mendy, Mr. Peter Karibe
Institute Nacional de Estudos e Pesquista
C.P. 112
Bissau
GUINE-BISSAU

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


Michugu, Mr. James Muratha
P. O. Box 267
Ngecha, Limuru
KENYA


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


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


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


Mongo-Etsion, Mr. R6my
B.P. 890
Brazzaville
REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DU CONGO

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

Mpunwa, Ms. L.
National Gallery of Zimbabwe Library
P.O. Box CY 848, Causeway
Harare
ZIMBABWE

Msangi, Dr. Kiure Francis
P. O. Box 25168
Nairobi
KENYA

Mshana, Dr. Fadhili S.
Department of Fine & Performing Arts
University of Dar es Salaam
P. O. Box 35044
Dar es Salaam
TANZANIA

Mukela, Mr. Manyando
Nayuma Museum
P. O. Box 96
Limulunga-Mongu
ZAMBIA

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


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


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






Murray, Ms. Barbara
Gallery Delta
110 Livingstone Avenue
P.O. Box UA 373, Union Avenue, Harare
ZIMBABWE

Musyoki, Dr. Agnes Koki
Dept of Environmental Sciences
University of Botswana
Private Bag 0022
Gaborone
BOTSWANA

Mweemba, Mr. Patrick
Choma Museum
P. O. Box 630189
Choma
ZAMBIA

N'Goran, Ms. Frangoise
Bibliotheque Centrale
University d'Abidjan
08 B.P. 859
Abidjan
COTE D'IVOIRE

Naidoo, Ms. Verna
Centre for African Studies
University of Cape Town
Private Bag Rondebosch 7700
SOUTH AFRICA

Nakazibwe, Ms. Venny
School of Industrial and Fine Arts
Makerere University
P. O. Box 7062
Kampala
UGANDA

Namubiru, Ms. Kirumira Rose
School of Industrial and Fine Arts
Makerere University
P.O. Box 7062
Kampala
UGANDA

Nao, Mr. Oumarou
03 B.P. 7021
Ouagadougou 03, Ouagadougou
BURKINA FASO

Nati, Dr. Alexander
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
University of Asmara
P.O. Box 1220
Asmara
ERITREA

Ndah, Mr. David T.
P. O. Box 82, Nso, Bui Division


Kumbo-Nso, North -West Province
CAMEROON

Ndege, Mr. Charles S.
Mundema African Art Workshop
P. 0. Box 352
Musona
TANZANIA

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

Nel, Dr. Karel
Department of Fine Arts
University of the Witwatersrand
1 Jan Smuts Avenue
Johannesburg
SOUTH AFRICA

Nettleton, Anitra C.E.
History of Art, Wits School of Art
University of the Witwatersrand
PO Wits
Johannesburg, Gauteng 2050
South Africa

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

Nfor I, Fon Informi
Ndu Fon's Palace
P. 0. Box 68
Ndu, Donga Mantung Division, NWP
CAMEROON

Ngumah, Hyacinth Chidozie
Fine and Applied Arts
Alvan Ikoku College of Eduction, Owerri
PMB 1033
Owerri, IMO
Nigeria

Niya, Mr. Mtombeni
National Military Museum
P. O. Box 1300
Gweru
ZIMBABWE

Niyibizi, Mr. Michel
Bibliotheque Nationale du Rwanda
B.P. 1044
Kigali






RWANDA

Nkrumah, Dr. Joseph
Advance Afrika-(lnt.) Dynamics
P.O. Box 16666
Accra-North
GHANA

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

Noanti, Mr. Coustant
Musee Historique d'Abomey
B.P. 25
Abomey
REPUBLIQUE POPULAIRE DU BENIN

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

Notu6, Dr. Jean-Paul
ORSTOM
B.P. 1857
Yaound6
CAMEROON

Nsaila, Mr. Shey Sylvester Baye Mbiybe
Tang Nso Tikari Museum
Round About Tobin Kumbo-Bui Division
Kumbo, North West Province
CAMEROON

Nseendi, Dr. Lubasa N'ti
Department of English
University of Maiduguri
P.M.B. 1069
Maidiguri
NIGERIA

Ntarangwi, Ph.D., Dr. Mwenda
Dept. of Anthropology
St. Lawrence University, Kenya Semester Program
PO Box 43795, 00100 GPO Nairobi
KENYA

Ntigashira, Mr. Simon
Mus6e National du Rwanda
B.P. 630
Butare
RWANDA


Ntuli, Mr. Pitika P.
Dept of Fine Arts & History of Art
University of Durban-Westville
Private Bag X54001
Durban 4000
SOUTH AFRICA

Nwalutu, Dr. Felicia Ihuoma
National Museum
P.M.B. 1115
Benin City, Edo State
NIGERIA

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

Obi, Mr. Jonathan Chukwuemeka
National Museum
P.M.B. 1285
Enugu, Enugu State
NIGERIA

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

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

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

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

Odewale, Mr. O. J.
Federal College of Education
P.M.B. 1089
Oyo, Oyo State
NIGERIA

Odeyemi, Mr. Law. Kester
National Museum
P.M.B. 1004






Oron, Akwa Ibom State
NIGERIA

Odiboh, Mr. Freeborn
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
Federal College of Education
P.M.B. 1026
Okene, Kogi State
NIGERIA

Odimayo, Mr. Olasehinde
Treasure House Limited
#8a, Ogundana Street, off Allen Ave
P.M.B. 21070
Ikeja, Lagos
NIGERIA

Ogunduyile, Dr. S. R.
Department of Industrial Design
Federal University of Technology
Akure, Ondo State
NIGERIA

Ogunfalakan, Mr. Adisa
Archaeology/Anthropology
Natural History Museum
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-lfe, Oshun State
NIGERIA

Ogungbemi, Mr. Sunday Samuel
C/o Mr Festus Tope Awe
Access Bank Plc
1665 Oyinjolayemi St
Victoria Island, Lagos
NIGERIA

Ogunmefun, Mr. Idowu
Department of Theatre Arts
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State
NIGERIA

Ogunyipe, Dr. Olufemi
Dept of Modern European Languages
Ogun State University
P.M.B. 2002
Ago-lwoye, Ogun State
NIGERIA

Ohloo, Mr. Sylivester
Teremi High School
P. 0. Box 203
Chwele
KENYA

Ojieh, Mr. Festus C.
P. O. Box 512
Ebute Metta
Lagos
NIGERIA


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

Ojo, Mr. Bankole
Department of Industrial Design
Federal University of Tehcnology
Akure, Ondo State
NIGERIA

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

Okafoizuna, Mr. Ejike F.
Erudite Creativity
Block A, 4th Floor
37 Limca Road, G.P.O. Box 9139
Onitsha-Anambra State
NIGERIA

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

Okanlawon, Dr. Tunde
Box 583
Sabo, Lagos
NIGERIA

Okapko, Mr. A. S.
4, Buari Onikede Street
Agboroko
Iba, Ojo, Lagos
NIGERIA

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

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

Oketunji, Mr. Olasupo Alaba
P. O. Box 72
Oshogbo, Oshun State
NIGERIA






Okezie, Mr. Kelechi Jasper
20 Eaza Road
P. O. Box 708
Abakalili, Enugu State
NIGERIA

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

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

Okoli, Mr. Ken O.
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaira
NIGERIA

Okorie, Mr. Achuwa Simon
National Commission for Colleges of Education
P.M.B. 0394
Abuja
NIGERIA

Okpara, Mr. Anthony Ukwuoma
Dept. of Fine and Applied Arts
Imo State University
P.M.B. 2000
Owerri, Imo State
NIGERIA

Okpe, Mr. Tonie
Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State
NIGERIA

Okpoko, Dr. A. Ikechukwu
Institute of African Studies
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
NIGERIA

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

Okunade, Mr. M. A.
P. O. Box 17976
Dube Post Office
Ibadan, Oyo State
NIGERIA


Okunoye, Mr. Oyeniyi
Department of English
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State
NIGERIA

Ola, Mr. Adeyemi Jonathan
c/o Emmanuel Ogbonyomi
P. O. Box 70193
Victoria Island, Lagos
NIGERIA

Olabode, Ms. Ibironke
Department of English
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife
NIGERIA

Olanipekun, Mr. Tunde
Baffles Art Gallery
24 A Oyegunwa Street, Ladipo Estate
Ikeja, Lagos State
NIGERIA

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

Olasunkammi, Fagbemi Kunle
Suna Cultural Centre Imodi-ljebu-Ode
Art Department
70B Molipa Roijebu-Ode
Ogun State, Abeokuta
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Olasunkanmi, Fagbemi Kunle
Suna Cultural Center, Imodi-ljebu-Ode
Art Department
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Olawale, Mr. Olayemi
N5/808H Academy Iwo Road
U.I. P.O. Box 19381
Ibadan
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Maasai Cultural Center
P. O. Box 10749
Nairobi
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P. O. Box 1970
Luanda
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Oliver, Dr. Cynthia
P. O. Box 3362
Kingshill, St. Croix 00850
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Oloidi, Dr. Ola
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
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Olorunfunmi, Mr. Atiku Jelili
G.P.O. Box 9723
Marina
Lagos, Lagos State
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National Museum
P.M.B. 1115
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124 Station Road
Oshogbo, Oshun State
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Olugbeja, Prince S. T. O. A.
Isenbaye Art Gallery &Cultural Troupe
52 Catholic Mission Road
Oshogbo, Oshun State
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Olugbenga, Mr. Aregbesola
Joymab Gallery
22 Tapa Street
Ijesatedo
Surulere, Lagos
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International Black Cultural Organization
Whyte Street
Sauteurs, St. Patricks
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African Cultural Vision
No. 1 Baale Anole Street
Apata-Ganga, GPO Box 218
Dugbe, Ibadan
NIGERIA

Olukayode, Mr. Sola
Community Art Project
University of Lagos
Lagos
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Olumide, Mr. Bakare Olayinka
African Essentials
School of Arts & Fashion
no. 73 Idimu Road, opposite Mokola Plaz
Egbeda, Lagos
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P. O. Box 1006
Ilorin, Kwara State
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College of Education
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Centre for Cultural Studies
University of Lagos
Akoka
Yaba, Lagos
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Ovuomaroro Gallery
39 Oloje Street, Papa Ajao
Mushin, Lagos
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Department of Fine and Applied Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State
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Onuzulike, Mr. Ozioma
Fine and Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka
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Onwuanaku, Sir, Vin. O.
Fine and Applied Arts
Alvan Ikoku College of Education
Owerri
Owerri, IMO
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Onwuzolum, Mr. Emmanuel C.
Department of Seminars & Workshops
National Museum
P.M.B. 12556
Onikan, Lagos
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National Museum
P.M.B. 2004
Abeokuta, Ogun State
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Owerri, Imo State
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P. 0. Box 40536
Nairobi
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Department of Fine Arts
Yaba College of Technology
Yaba, Lagos
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Otoibhi, Mr. Anthony A.
P. O. Box 16571
General Post Office
Ibadan, Oyo State
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08 B.P. 945 Abidjan 08
Abidjan
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Broadcasting House
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P. O. Box 567
Oshogbo, OShgun State
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Isenbaye Art Gallery &Cultural Troupe
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Oshogbo, Oshun State
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Department of English
Ogun State University
P.M.B. 2002
Ago-lwoye, Ogun State
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P. O. Box 30385


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Fatolu Art Gallery
Olatundun Plaza, Suite 209
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Osogbo, Osun State
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National Museum
P.M.B. 102294
Makurdi, Benue State
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Institute of Ethiopian Studies
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa
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LAMBA Sari
B.P. 5188
Antananarivo 101
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G.P.O. 2383, Duigbe
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National Commission for Museums and
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National Museum
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Africa University Library
P. O. Box 1320
Mutare
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Department of Fine Arts
Ahmadu Bello University
Zaria, Kaduna State
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P. O. Box 70388
Nairobi
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B.P. 2375
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3 Worthington Ave,#7
Kingston 5
JAMAICA

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Dept of Social Anthropology
University of Natal
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Durban
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Anse Chaudiere
97217 Anses d'Arlet
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East African Centre for Research on Oral
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Zanzibar
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Department of English
Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Oshun State
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Musee d'Art et d'Archeologie
University d'Antananarivo
B.P. 564
Antananarivo
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Department of Art History
University of the Witwatersrand
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Johannesburg
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Isenbaye Art Gallery &Cultural Troupe
52 Catholic Mission Road
Oshogbo, Oshun State
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Centre d'Art et d'Archeologie
University de Madagascar
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Department of Fine Art & Art History
UNISA
P.O. Box 392
Pretoria 1
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Merit Colour Laboratory
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Mokola
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Matombo Gallery
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Harare
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1 Magnet Street
Kensington 2094
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Vice President's Office
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National Museum
Banjul
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Orile Oshodi, Lagos State
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Ethnographical Museum
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Rua Leiria, 03 ap. 104
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Sao Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo
BRAZIL

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Institute des Sciences Humaines
B.P. 159
Bamako
MALI






Savane, Mr. Yaya
Musee National
01 B.P. 1600
Abidjan 01
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Schmahmann, Brenda
Fine Art
Rhodes University
Grahamstown, 6140
SOUTH AFRICA

Schmahmann, Ms. Brenda
History of Art Department
University of the Witswatersrand
P. O. Wits 2050
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Alade Art Gallery
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Osun State
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Private Bag 322X
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Lusaka
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Department of Fine Arts
Obafemi Awolowo University
lie Ife, Oshun State
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Department of Archaeology
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National Museum
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B. P. 63
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National Heritage Conservation Commission
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5-6 Kongens Gade, Corbiere Complex
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26 Calabash Boom
St. John, 00830
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Obafemi Awolowo University
lie Ife, Oshun State
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Somjee, Dr. Sultan
Ethnography Dept
National Museums of Kenya
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Soper, Dr. Robert
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University of Zimbabwe
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Harare
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ADA- P. O. Box 16093
Vlaeburg 8018
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Ministere de la Culture et des Communications
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B.P 04 0265
Cotonou
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P. O. Box 53864
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Kikombe Cha Cultural Institute
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St. Thomas, 00801
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Johannesburg Art Gallery
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Joubert Park, Johannesburg 2044
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Humanities Division
University of Virgin Islands
2 Brewer's Bay
St. Thomas, 00802
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National Heritage Library
Corner Knox and Pembroke Streets
Port of Spain
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African Research Center for the Preservation of
Islamic Heritage
P.O. Box 2636
Kampala
UGANDA

Sserulyo, Mr. Ignatius
School of Industrial and Fine Art
Makerere University
P. O. Box 7062
Kampala
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Steele, Mr. John
Border Technikon
School of Applied Art
34 Fitzpatrick Road
Quigney 5201, East London
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Alan Pittendrigh Library
Technikon Natal
P.O. Box 953
Durban 4000
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Centre for Black & African Arts & Civ.
National Theatre
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Lagos
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Musee National du Mali
B.P. 159
Bamako
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Centre National de Documentation et d'lnformation
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B.P. 1789
Conakry
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College of Social Sciences
Addis Ababa University
P.O.B. 1176
Addis Ababa
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Inst. de Arte e Communicag&o Social
Universidade Federal Fluminense
Rua Prof.Lara Vilela
126-CEP 24210-590, Niter6i Rio de Janeiro
BRAZIL

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University Nationale du Benin
B.P. 526
Cotonou
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Design and Development Services
P.O. Box 82
Windhoek
NAMIBIA

Tetteh, Professor Edmund
Department of Paintings & Sculpture
University of Science and Technology
Kumase
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Department of Anthropology
University of the Witswatersrand
P.O. Wits
Johannesburg 2050
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University of Namibia
P. Box 8221
Windhoek 9000
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National Museum of The Gambia
P.M.B. 151
Banjul
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W. E. B. Dubois Memorial
Centre for Pan African Culture
P. O. Box C975
Cantonments, Accra
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P.M.B. 200
Serre Kunda
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c/o Andre
B. P. 60404
Lome
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c/o Tosho Akinyosoye & Co.
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Apapa, Lagos
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Ubani, Mr. Kenneth
Institute of African Studies
University of Ibadan
Ibadan, Oyo State
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Uchendu, Mr. Samson
Department of Fine Arts
Inst of Management & Technology
Enugu, Enugu State
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Udeani, Mr. Nkem
Department of Fine & Applied Arts
University of Nigeria
Nsukka, Enugu State
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Ughenu, Mr. Ogbuefi Vincent
P. O. Box 37
Nkpor, Idemili Local Government
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National Commission for
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P.M.B. 2341


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Usuanlele, Mr. Uyilawa
National Council for Arts & Culture
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Benin City, Edo State
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Utang, Ms. Florence
Rex Fashion & Design
25 Ibiyoye Street, Mile 2
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Ajekunle, Apapa, Lagos
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van der Watt, Dr. Liese
Dept of History of Art & Fine Art
UNISA
P.O. Box 392
Pretoria 0003
SOUTH AFRICA

van Haute, Ms. Bernadette M.R.
Art History, Visual Arts & Musicology
University of South Africa
P.O.Box 392
Unisa 0003
SOUTH AFRICA


Van Schalkwyk,
National Cultural
P.O. Box 28088
Sunnyside 0132
SOUTH AFRICA


Dr. Johnny A.
History Museum


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University de Nouakchott
B. P. 396
Nouakchott
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Wade, Mr. James H.
P.O. Box 5441
Maiduguri, Borno State
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University of Ibadan Post Office
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MuseumAfrica
P. O. Box 517, Newtown
Johannesburg 2113
SOUTH AFRICA


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National Museum-Onikan
P.M.B. 12556
Lagos
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Institute of African Studies
University of Nairobi
P.O. Box 30197
Nairobi
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5-66 Bovoni Estate
St. Thomas, 00801
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Chapungu Sculpture Park
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Harare
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1 Buckingham Avenue
Craighall Park
Johannesburg 2196
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Younge, Mr. Gavin
Michaelis School of Fine Art
University of Cape Town
Rondebosch 7700
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c/o/Waheed Owoade
Broadcasting House, Radio Kwara
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Ilorin, Kwara State
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50 Rosmead Avenue
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Institute of Ethiopian S
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Addis Ababa University
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