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VOL 60 APRIL 2001


in this issue...
PRESIDENTIAL NOTES................... 1
ARNOLD RUBIN AWARD ............... 2
EXHIBITIONS..........................3
CONFERENCES..........................5
���OF PEOLE & PLACES.................. 7
2001 DIRECTORY.................APPENDIX
DONORS........................APPENDIX


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ACASA Board of Directors


Martha G. Anderson, President
Rebecca L. Green, Secretary-Treasurer
Vicki Rovine, President Pro-tem
Daniel Avorgbedor, Editor
Mary (Polly) Nooter Roberts, Past President
Eli Bentor
Michael Conner
Babatunde Lawal
Robert Soppelsa

*
Membership Information (for residents of North America,
Europe, Asia): Rebecca Green, Non-Western Art and Culture,
1010 Fine Arts, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green,
OH 43403 Email: rlgreen(a~bgnet.bgsu.edu (419) 372-8514

Annual dues are $35.00 (see membership form in this issue),
payable in January. Checks are payable to "ACASA" and sent
to: Rebecca Green, Non-Western Art and Culture,
1010 Fine Arts, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green,
OH 43403
*
Membership Information (for residents of Africa & the
Caribbean):
Janet Stanley, National Museum of African Art Library
Smithsonian Institution - MRC 708
Washington, DC 20560, USA
Tel.: (202)357-4600 Ext. 285
Fax: (202) 357-4879
E-mail: jstanley@ic.si.edu
The ACASA Newsletter is published three times a year: April,
August and December. The newsletter seeks items of interest
for publication. You can send news about job changes,
fieldwork, travel, new publications, etc. The next ACASA
Newsletter will be in August 2001. Please send news items
by July 17,2001 to the new editor:

ELISABETH CAMERON
Department of Art History
University of California, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
E-mail: cameron@perry.gulfnet.com
(temporary summer email)


Cover art by Kenneth Ubani
Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan


ACASA
NEWS

Presidential Notes K
by
Martha G. Anderson, ACASA President





SJnAOCASA. InC.

A CASA has reason to celebrate. Early in
February, the IRS granted us independent non-
profit status. Please join me in thanking
Secretary/Treasurer Rebecca L. Green, who managed
to work her way through the mountains of paperwork
involved in the application process without incurring
any legal or accounting fees.

ACASA can also celebrate a successful fundraising
drive. The interruption in our tax-exempt status
forced us to suspend fundraising last March, but we
were able to resume in November, after we had
incorporated and filed our 401 (c) (3) application.
Although we didn't reach our ambitious goal of
$20,000 for this year's campaign, we did set a new
record by raising nearly half that amount.
Contributions ranging from five dollars to a thousand
brought our two-year total above the $17,000 mark.

In the past, a large portion of the registration fees
from one Triennial went toward funding travel
stipends for the next one. Now that we have moved
toward a different model for organizing Triennials,
we can no longer count on generating income in this
manner; we must rely on the generosity of our




members and friends. This time they responded to
our appeal for travel stipends by earmarking $12,000
for that fund. This money has already been put use,
so that numerous graduate students and
African/Diasporan colleagues can join us in St.
Thomas. We also need and appreciate donations to
the Endowment Fund, which will eventually generate
income to support our long term goals.

On behalf of the fundraising committees (dele
jegede, Simon Ottenberg, Polly Nooter Roberts for
1999/2000, and Polly, Skip Cole, and myself for
2000/01), I would like to thank everyone who
contributed to either or both funds. We hope that
you will continue to support the annual campaigns
ACASA initiated in 1999, and that others will join
you. We particularly encourage memorial gifts, like
the ones dedicated to Betsy Cogger Rezelman in this
year's campaign. (We know that Betsy, who was
looking forward to this Triennial, would be very
pleased to have helped sponsor a stipend recipient.)
Please note the list of contributors to the 1999-2001
drives included in this newsletter.

The next "Presidential Notes" will have a new
author. As much as I have enjoyed my term as
President, I look forward to becoming the new Past
President and to working with the new board elected
at the Triennial. Before I step down, I would like to
thank all of those who served on the board with me
or responded to my pleas to help organize the
upcoming Triennial. I would especially like to thank
those board members who are stepping down in St.
Thomas, including Polly Nooter Roberts, Eli Bentor,
Vicki Rovine, and Daniel Avorgbedor, who is
relinquishing his role as Newsletter Editor after
many years at the helm. All have contributed vast
amounts of time, energy, and talent to ACASA, and I
am confident that all will continue to serve this
organization long after their terms expire.
Viva ACASA!



ARNOLD RUBII AWAnRD COMMITrEE
Chair Vicki Rovine

Results of the Arnold Rubin Award

The committee members were Vicki Rovine, Elisabeth Cameron,
and Babatunde Lawal.
Arnold Rubin Outstanding Publication Award 2001
Finalists


Category 1: Books by one or two authors:

* Beads, Body, and Soul: Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe by Henry
John Drewal and John Mason. UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural
History
*Cloth, Dress and Art Patronage in Africa by Judith Perani and Norma
H. Wolff.
*Inventing Masks: Agency and History in the Art of the Central Pende by
Zoe S. Strother. University of Chicago Press
*Mande Potters and Leatherworkers: Art and Heritage in West Africa by
Barbara E. Frank. Smithsonian Institution Press

Category 2: Books by three or more authors:

*A History of Art in Africa by Monica Blackmun Visona, Robin
Poyner, Herbert M. Cole, Michael D. Harris (Preface: Rowland
Abiodun, Introduction: Suzanne Preston Blier)
*Insight and Artistry in African Divination edited by John Pemberton III
Smithsonian Institution Press
*Legacies of Stone: Zimbabwe Past and Present edited by William J.
Dewey and Geert G. Bourgois. Tervuren: Royal Museum for Central
Africa
*Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity by
Doran H. Ross, contributions by Betsy D.Quick, Agbenyega Adedze,
Abena P.A. Busia, Nii 0. Quarcoopome, Raymod A. Silverman, and
Anne Spencer. UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History

Two honorary mentions were awarded:

1.Christopher D. Roy and L Lee Mclntyre's Art and Life in Africa CD-
Rom, published by the Art and Life in Africa Project, University of Iowa.

This technology permits the authors to depict African art in a manner
that reflects its inherent vivacity. Art and Life in Africa exemplifies that
potential. Incorporating objects, field photographs, and video into
essays by numerous scholars, the CD permits users to move through
categories freely, their own curiosity determining how the information
unfolds. Future competitions will, one hopes, include more such
publications.

2. A History of Art in Africa by Monica Blackmun Visona, Robin
Poyner, Herbert M. Cole, Michael D. Harris (Preface: Rowland
Abiodun, Introduction: Suzanne Preston Blier) Abrams

Created as a textbook for the study of African art, A History of Art in
Africa is a major accomplishment and an important addition to the field.
It is a sweeping survey of the arts of the entire continent, from ancient
Egypt to contemporary work by Africans and people of African descent.
Simultaneously, the book offers specialists a synthesis of current
scholarship that reveals connections and themes across chronological
and geographic distances. This is a richly illustrated publication that
encompasses sculpture, architecture, ephemeral arts, archaeology,
painting, textiles, and performance, drawing on the work of countless
scholars. If A History of Art in Africa indicates the state of the field, we
all have much to be proud of.

Winner in the category of books by one or two authors:

)Inventing Masks: Agency and History in the Art of the Central
Pende
Zoe Strother examines that most "traditional" subject of scholarly
attention, the African mask, in a manner that sheds light on countless
aspects of art, aesthetics, performance, tradition, and innovation. Her





work challenges preconceptions about African artistic practice, providing
valuable documentation of the creation and elaboration of new
masquerades, which often take shape in unexpected ways. Strother
explicates and makes fruitful use of local Pende systems of aesthetic
criticism, shedding new light on the pantheon of central Pende masking
types and, by extension, on indigenous conceptions of gender and
physiognomy. Inventing Masks is richly illustrated with field
photographs, Pende masks from public and private collections, as well
as archival images of makers. Strother's work provides historical
depth, biographical specificity, formal analysis, and ethnographic
documentation, drawing upon diverse theoretical models to construct a
framework for these multiple layers of information. Inventing Masks will,
one hopes, be read by art historians of all stripes, for the creativity and
theoretical rigor with which Strother addresses the aesthetic systems of
the Central Pende might lead to deeper understanding of artistic
production anywhere.

Winner in the category of books by three or more authors:

)Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
Wrapped in Pride exemplifies the potential of a multi-faceted approach to
a single subject - kente cloth. The book reveals multiple layers of styles,
markets, functions, and meanings, traversing academic disciplines such
as art history, cultural studies, sociology, and anthropology. Like kente
cloth itself, Wrapped in Pride is readily adaptable to many audiences,
thoroughly researched and documented yet eminently readable. The
book presents readings of kente on every level, from the cloth's broadest
meanings for African and African American consumers to the thread
count and warp to weft proportions of specific textiles. With fieldwork
based in diverse sites, from Bonwire to Los Angeles, Wrapped in Pride
admits the voices of many artists, consumers, and critics, including those
of high school students/assistant curators who investigated kente's roles
in their own communities and helped to shape the exhibition and this
publication. Some of these voices are at odds, telling conflicting tales of
the cloth's meanings, the parameters of its technical and stylistic
variations, and its histories. This is a book that reflects the real lives
out of which art's many meanings emerge. And yet, Wrapped in Pride
eloquently demonstrates that whether the cloth is worn by the royal
family in Kumasi, by Jerry Rawlings and Bill Clinton, or by high school
seniors in Newark, New Jersey, kente carries connotations of pride and
dignity. As the field of African art turns increasing attention to the work of
contemporary artists and the trans-cultural world of the Diaspora,
Wrapped in Pride indicates how fruitful the future may be*


EXH IBITIONS1

(Recent and Current)
)For current events at the National Museum of
African Art at the Smithsonian, visit
http://www.si.edu/nmafa. Or, call (202)357-2700.

* JUNE 6 - NOV 4, 2001 Authentic/Ex-centric:
Africa in and out of Africa This exhibition will
form part of the 49th Venice Biennale and will be
curated by Salah Hassan and Olu Oguibe.


* FEB 2, 2001 - JAN 2002 The Smithsonian
National Museum of Natural History's African
Voices Project opened its newest exhibition.
Manifestations of the Spirit: Photographs of Afro-
Brazilian Religion by Phyllis Galembo explores the
rich traditions of Candombl6, the dynamic African-
based religion created by enslaved Africans in Brazil.
Photographer Phyllis Galembo captures the
immediacy and vitality of the practice of Candombl6.
The photographs are accompanied by remarks from
Mae Stella de Ox6ssi, a leading priestess of
Candombl6, as well as from the photographer. The
exhibition will be on display through January 2002 in
the African Voices Focus Gallery, Smithsonian
National Museum of Natural History, Constitution
Avenue at Tenth Street, Washington, D.C.

* FEB 1, 2001 - JULY 1, 2001 Museum fuir
V6lkerkunde, Vienna. An/sichten: Malerei aus dem
Kongo 1990-2000 presents a comprehensive survey
of popular painting from the Democratic Republic of
Congo from last ten years. The pictures, which come
from the three towns of Kinshasa, Lubumbashi, and
Bunia, focus on the colonial and pre-colonial past,
recent political events, rebellions, the economic
crisis, etc. Some of the artists featured include
Lusavuvu, Tshibumba Kanda Matulu, Kaswende,
Londe, Soku-Ndji, Cheri Cherin, and Kaswende.
For details, visit:
http://www.ethno-museum.ac.at/en/exhibitions/
special/special.html

* MAY 1, 2001 - MARCH 31, 2002 The Art Room,
Fine Arts Center for East Africa. 1072 Geneva
Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112 415-333-9363;
gadart@aol.com; www.theartroom-sf.com

Featured artists include James Kitamirike, Dan
Sekanwagi, David Kibuuka, Bruno Sserunkuuma,
Fred Makubuya, and Derek Kaggwa. Works are
scheduled to change periodically during exhibition.

* SEPT 9, 2001 - JAN 13, 2002 The Lawrence
Gussman Collection of Central African Art The
Neuberger Museum of Art, The national Museum of
African Art, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem
were recent recipients of gifts of outstanding Central
African art from the collection of Lawrence
Gussman. Seventy-five works drawn from the three
museums' collections will travel to Jerusalem,
Purchase (NY), Washington (DC), and Tulsa (OK) in
2001-2002. Following the tour, the Neuberger's
holdings from the Gussman collection will be






integrated into the Neuberger's existing collection of
African Art as part of a planned major reinstallation
of its permanent collection. An illustrated catalogue
accompanies the exhibition, which includes an essay
by Christa Clarke, PhD, Neuberger Museum of Art
Curator of African Art.

* SEPT 9, 2000 - JAN 13, 2002 Neuberger Museum
of Art, Purchase, NY African Art from the
Collection of Lawrence Gussman Seventy-five
works drawn from the three museums' collections
will travel to Jerusalem, Purchase (NY), Washington
(DC), and Tulsa (OK). An illustrated catalogue
(includes an essay by Christa Clarke, Neuberger
Museum of Art Curator of African Art) accompanies
the exhibition. Object and Intellect: African Art from
the Permanent Collection is part of the Museum's
ongoing display.

For details, contact Barbara Morgan at
barbaara.morgan@purchase.edu. Visit the museum's
website at http://www.neubergerorg.

* OCTOBER - LATE 2001 Contemporary African
Art: Five Artists, Diverse Trends, curated by dele
jegede, opened at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
An accompanying catalog of the same title, written
by dele jegede, is now available. In addition to a
broad discussion of contemporary African art, the
essay also focuses on the works of the five artists:
Ezrom Legae (South Africa), Magdalene Odundo
(Kenya), Twins Seven Seven (Nigeria), Kane Kwei
(Ghana), and Mariam Abdel Aleem (Egypt). All the
twenty-four pieces are illustrated in color. Inquiries
should be directed to Myrna Nisenbaum at the
Indianapolis Museum of Art, telephone (317) 923-
1331. Or, by e-mail: mnisenbaum@ima.art.org. dele
can be reached at his new email address: dele-
jegede@indstate. edu.

* Fall, 2002 UCLA's Fowler Museum of Cultural
History maintains a website for its exhibition
program, "Passport to Paradise": Visualizing
Islam in West Africa and the Mouride Diaspora.
The exhibition, co-curated by Mary Nooter Roberts
and Allen F. Roberts with support from Doran Ross
and the Fowler staff, opens in Fall, 2002, to begin a
national tour. A major book will be published in
2002, with contributions from noted Senegalese,
Congolese, French, British, Canadian, and U. S.
scholars.


The Mourides are a Senegalese Sufi movement
centered upon the life and teachings of Sheikh
Amadu Bamba (1853-1927). Nowadays, Mourides
are to be found in most major cities of the world,
through an actively expanding commercial diaspora.
Arts illustrated and discussed in the exhibition and
website include urban murals and related ephemerae,
devotional portraits, calligraphy and healing arts,
architecture, contemporary "gallery" arts, and music.
Although there have been several museum
exhibitions of Islamic art from Africa, "'Passport to
Paradise"' is the first to address contemporary urban
expression.

The Fowler's website offers an exhibition walk-
through, artists' portraits, and an educational
program; interactive features will be added in months
to come. Visit the website at:
http://ww.fmch.ucla.edu/passporttoparadise.htm.

DOPPPORTUNITY FOR AFRICAN VISUAL
ARTISTS The International Commission for the
Promotion of African Arts is planning a traveling
exhibition to take place in European countries, 2001
to 2002. The exhibition, titled Sharing Cultural
Heritage of Africa in the New Millennium will
provide a comprehensive perspective of African
forms. The exhibition aims to bring together about
150 works to represent every regions of Africa.

However, the organizers are looking for visual artists
across the world dealing with elements of Africa.
Interested artists should send the following to the
address below: a short CV; photograph of the work;
size, medium and the title of the work; and a brief
information about the work. Send to:
WSE, The Coordinator, P.O Box 6093, Shomolu, Lagos,
NIGERIA, Email: africarts@usa.net Or,
friglopokay@hotmail.com

* Africa: From Eritrea with Love AUG 13 - SEPT
16, 2001-Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, curated by
Maria Theresa Garcia Pedroche); Africa: Myth,
Magic, Sept - Dec 2001-Children's Art Museum,
Duluth, GA, curated by Lucy Elliott; April - May
2002-William King Regional Art Center, Abington,
VA, curated by Tom Perryman); Eritrean Artists in
War & Peace are the themes of paintings by BETTY
LADUKE on the exhibition circuit (see previous
issue).






CONFERENCE I

m JULY 27 - AUG 3, 2001 The Fifth Pan-African
Historical Theatre Festival (PANAFEST) will be
will take place at the traditional locations of Cape
Coast, Elmina and Accra under the themes "The Re-
emergence of African Civilisation, Re-uniting the
African Family and Bridging the Gap through
Information Technology". The festival was first
celebrated in 1992.

* SEPT 14 - 16, 2001 Wrapped and Draped:
Alternative Fashions is the theme of a symposium
to be held at the University of Minnesota in
conjunction with The Goldstein's exhibition titled
Cloth is the Center of the World: Nigerian
Textiles, Global Perspectives. Textiles in this
exhibition include adire, akwete, wax print, and
pelete bite. For details, contact:
Theresa Winge
(research assistant for Joanne B. Eicher)
email: wing0063@tc.umn.edu (tel. 612-625-5762).

* OCTOBER 25-27, 2001 Laying Claim:
(Re)Considering Artists of African Descent in the
Americas -Colgate University. Proposals for
papers and panels that address issues of production,
representation and reception in the work of African-
American and other artists of African descent in the
Americas are invited. Papers welcome on artistic
expression in any visual medium. Potential topics
include access to training (art schools/academies,
historically black colleges and universities,
community art centers); expatriation; patronage and
collecting; exhibition opportunities; institutional
discrimination (schools, museums, galleries,
publications); historiography; popular and critical
reception; canon formation and revision. Proposals
that address the rhetoric of the image-issues of
representation, figuration and abstraction. are also
welcome. Other relevant concerns include recent
critical theory and other conceptual formations, such
as the New Negro, modernism, black folk art,
cultural nationalism, the "black aesthetic," issues of
high and low, postmodernism, womanism, feminism,
post-colonialism, and critical race theory.

For details, contact:
Mary Ann Calo and Helen Shannon (Mary Ann Calo,
Department of Art and Art History
Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY 13346
Helen Shannon, 300 Cathedral Parkway, Apt 5H, New
York, NY 10026 mcalo@mail.colgate.edu)
(hshannon@eudorarhail.com)


* NOV 2001 "Visual Culture: A Future for the
Anthropology of Visual Communication" is the
theme for The Graduate Association of Visual
Anthropology (GAVA) at Temple University. The
one-day forum will be held at the Smithsonian during
the American Anthropological Association meetings
Washington DC, November 2001. The purpose of
this forum is to provide an opportunity for graduate
students (and others) to present and discuss their
works-in-progress in a positive atmosphere
conducive to constructive criticism and discussion
intended to be of use to the researcher. For details,
contact the conference organizers at:
ethnocentrik@yahoo.com (Jay Gabriel), or,
tinnusg@hotmail.com (Tinna Gretarsdottir)

* NOV 15 - 18, 2001 The 44th Annual Meeting of
the African Studies will take place in Houston,
Texas. Additional information about the conference
is available from ASA's homepage:
http://www.africanstudies. org
"Africa and the African Diaspora: Past, Present,
Future" is the theme of the 2001 meeting. Edward
A. Alpers of UCLA is the National Program Chair.
Reservations:
Hyatt Regency Houston, 1200 Louisiana Street, Houston,
TX 77002 Tel.: 800-233-1234
Rooms are $99 (single); $109 (double); $119 (triple); $129
(quadruple).

For information, contact the ASA Annual Meeting
Coordinator, at michpete@rci.rutgers.edu.

Executive Director, African Studies Association
Rutgers University, Douglass College
132 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1400
Telephone: 732-932-8173 Fax: 732-932-3394
http://www.africanstudies.org

* FEB 16 - 17, 2002 "Fighting Back: African
Strategies Against the Slave Trade" An
International Conference at Livingston Campus,
Rutgers University, New Jersey. Papers will cover a
wide area of Western and Central Africa from the
16th to the 20th centuries. As a group, they will offer
an unusually comprehensive and historically accurate
narrative of a critical chapter in the global story of
the slave trade.

The conference is free; however, registration is
required.. For updated information about the
conference, as well as registration forms, conference
program and hotel and travel information, please
visit http://history.rutgers.edu or send email inquires to
rcha@rci.rutgers. edu.





Center for Historical Analysis
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
New Brunswick, N. J. 08901 tel. 732/932-8701

* FEB 20 - 23, 2002 The College Art Association
Annual Meeting will be held in Philadelphia. For
details about the 2002 event and 2003 CAA call for
proposals, visit:
http://www.collegeart.org
See also the December 2000 issue for notice about
CAA-ACASA panels.

)Call for papers for CAA Feb. 20-23, 2002: Jean
Borgatti is the chair of a panel on "The Symbolic
Woman: A Cross-Cultural Exploration of Gender
Symbolism," which focuses on the use of female
biological metaphors and derived cultural and social
constructions to inform images in many world
cultures.

The panel invites individual scholars to explore the
imagery of "symbolic women" in the arts, material
culture, architecture, or performance of Western or
non-Western culture groups. Preliminary Proposals
should be sent directly to the session chair by May
14, 2001. Every proposal should include the
following six items:
1. Completed session participation proposal form
(available on website www.collegeart.org)
2. Preliminary abstract of 1-2 double-spaced, typed
pages
3. Letter explaining speaker's interest, expertise in
the topic, and CAA membership status
4. CV with home and office mailing addresses, email
address, and phone and fax numbers. Include
summer address and telephone number, if applicable.
5. Slides, videotapes or other documentation of work
when appropriate (with s.a.s.e.), especially for
sessions which artists might discuss their own work.
6. a stamped, self-addressed postcard for
confirmation that proposal has been received (if
mailing internationally, it is recommended that
proposals be sent via certified mail, return receipt
requested.

Chairs will determine the speakers for their sessions
and reply to all applicants by June 18.

Aug. 31: Session chairs receive final abstracts from
speakers
Dec 3: Session chairs receive final drafts of speakers'
papers.
Jean Borgatti, Visual and Performing Arts Dept., Clark
University, Worcester MA 01610. jborgatti@aol.com


* APRIL 12 - 14, 2002 "Blacks And Asians
Encounters Through Time And Space" is the
theme of an International Conference sponsored by
the African American Studies Program at Boston
University. Individual papers and panels on all
aspects of the global encounter of peoples of Asian
and peoples of African descent from antiquity to the
present will be considered. Proposals on all aspects
of this historic encounter including presentations that
explore the social and cultural construction of
collective identities such as Asian, Black, Japanese,
and Indian as well as those that examine the nature of
interethnic, interracial, intercultural, and
international exchanges among blacks and Asians.
Proposals may focus on a single geographic area,
such as Japan or the United States, may be
comparative in perspective, or may adopt a global
framework. Please send a 250 word abstract together
with a current curriculum vita to:

Ronald K. Richardson, Director, African American Studies,
Boston University, 138 Mountfort Street, Brookline, MA.
02446. You may submit by email at
lokenkim@bu.edu. To be considered proposals must be
received no later than October 15, 2001

* JULY 3 - 5, 2003 The Association for Rhetoric and
Communication in Southern Africa will hold its 5th 6
(biennial) African Symposium on the theme,
"Rhetorics at the Margins: gender, sexuality,
violence." The symposium will be held at the Roma
campus of the National University of Lesotho and
papers are invited on any topic relevant to rhetoric
studies.

Proposals for papers and offers to chair/organize
panels on specific sub-topics should be addressed
(preferably by e-mail) to the conference convenor,
Professor Chris Dunton, Department of English,
National University of Lesotho, P.O. Roma 180,
Lesotho. Fax: (Lesotho) 340000; e-mail:
c.dunton@nul.ls. The closing date for submissions is
October 31, 2001.

The registration fee will be US$60 or the equivalent
in Sterling or Rand. For details, contact:
psalazar@hiddingh.uct.ac.za






ooOF PEOPLE & PLACES
[We encourage members to send news items about
grants, jobs, research, etc.]

IRon du Bois announces his 30-minute video
program on Nigerian women potters that may be of
interest to readers of African Arts. The video shows
the entire process from working the clay to the
dramatic "open field" firing of more than 1,000 pots,
including koko amu (huge, perfectly symmetrical
water vessels made without a potter's wheel). The
women and girls--ages 5 to 65--work at their
profession from dawn to dusk, year-round.
For further information, contact Ron by email:
duboisrosu@ionet.net Website:
http.//www.angelfire. com/ok2/dubois

I The website address for Musa Heritage Gallery
was listed incorrectly in the December issue; the
correct URL is:
www://btinternet.com/-mulamba/musa2.html
Tel. No. is +237 48 16 42.

The Gallery (Cameroon) is interested in developing
links with museums and galleries worldwide with the
aim of twinning. Musa Heritage Gallery believes that
such twinning will benefit both Musa Heritage
Gallery and the prospective partners) as it will help
to establish friendship, encourage joint projects,
provide opportunities for learning from each other
and serve as a platform for cultural/artistic exchange.

IPrince Dube seeks information on Mhlaba Dumile
Feni, a South African contemporary artist who went
into exile in 1968. Mhala spent many years in
London where he held one-man exhibition in
Grosvenor Gallery; he was also a visiting artist in
resident at African Humanities Institute at the
University of California in Los Angeles, 1979 -
1980. He spent a year lecturing and working on
mural for the university; he later taught at at the
Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and moved
to New York City in the 1980s. he died in 1991.
Former students, art museum curators, friends and
people who worked with him should contact Prince
Dube at pdube@mj.org.za (Prince Dube, Education
Officer, Johannesburg Art Gallery, Tel: +27 11 725
3130 Fax: +27 11 720 6000).


)The database of the collections
Ethnographic Museum of Neuchatel
available (in french only) at the


of the
is now
website


http://www.ne.ch/neuchatel/men. For the online
consultation, use the link:
http://www.ne.ch/neuchatel/men/03Collec/03Frames.htm
(submitted by Marc-Olivier Gonseth
Marcol. Gonseth@NE. CH)

)The August 2001 Osun Osogbo International
Festival is a memorial Yoruba festival of Osun, the
river goddess. The International Organisation of Folk
Art in Nigeria with the head office in Austria, is
planning a special international conference session
on Osun during the Osun Osogbo festival in Nigeria.
There are plans to offer similar conference in the
United State in the year 2003.

The organizers of this project would like to hear
from any individuals who would like to be involved
in this event. Fur details, contact: The Festival Director,
Osun Osogbo International Festivals, P.O. Box 5093,
Somolu, Lagos, Nigeria (iovnigeria@usa.net;
afrikay@yahoo.com).

)H-ArtHist is the H-NET discussion and
information forum for art history. H-ArtHist will be
open for contributions related to all genres, media,
and epochs.

Reviews of books, exhibitions and conferences,
proposed by the subscribers or commissioned by the
editorial staff, serve as incentives for immediate
interaction and help to cut short the otherwise slow
and costly academic publication procedures. Call for
papers, job announcements and other services
provide subscribers with up-to-date information
concerning academic careers. H-ArtHist will put an
emphasis on editorial guidance and information
management. The function of the mailing-list as
professional notice-board will be secondary to its
character as an electronic forum for new art
historical ideas.

Contributions in German, English, French and Italian
will be accepted. Subscription will be free and open
to everyone interested, although an academic degree
in the humanities is generally expected. H-ArtHist is
supervised by a board of editors who administrate the
discussion list and all information to be published on
ArtHist's web pages or documented in databases for
later retrieval.

To join H-Arthist, please send a message from the
account where you wish to receive mail, to:
listserv@h-net.msu.edu




)Africaserver (http://www.africaserver) is a publication
of Africaserver Foundation. In November 1997 the
Africaserver-an Internet platform for
communication with Africa-took off in Amsterdam.

It aims to bring together information from and about
Africa and to gather and present the activities in The
Netherlands with regard to Africa. The information is
meant for a broad audience, for visitors to Africa, for
Africans in Holland and for people from the African
continent.

DA project titled Artists' Gardens (KtinstlerGarten)
has been running here at the Bauhaus University,
Weimar, Germany, since 1993 under the supervision
of Prof. Barbara Nemitz. Meanwhile, she has
collected an extensive archive on nearly 100 artists
who use plants as a media, and has built an
international contact network. Many European
countries as well as North America are well
represented.

An exhibition in the ACC Gallery in Weimar this
July will present artists from outside Europe, who
work with living vegetation, in the form of a cd-rom.
The information will also be included in the archive.

Information is now sought on African artists working
with living vegetation. Please communicate contact
information to Piia Salmi at:
salmi@larry. scc. uni-weimar. de or:
barbara.nemitz@gestaltung. uni-weimar. de

)CAA.Reviews proudly announces the appointment
of Babatunde Lawal, Professor of Art History,
Virginia Commonwealth University, as its first Field
Editor of African art. Published by College Art
Association, and accessible on the Internet at
www.caareviews.org, CAA.Reviews serves as a peer
review journal for the latest books published in art
and art history. Prospective reviewers may contact
Babatunde Lawal at blawal@titan.vcu.edu.


the Music of Southeastern Africa in the fall of 1999
at UCLA, Los Angeles. The Ethnomusicology
department at UCLA dedicated a video hour to his
memory and this included a footage of a
documentary about him, as well as segments of a
December 4, 1999 concert with UCLA students.
Kubik's numerous recordings and publications
feature Donald.

mGAKAARA WA NJAU [1921 - March 29, 2001]
The Kenyan writer and winner of the 1984 NOMA
Award for Publishing in Africa, the late Gakaara Wa
Njau Gakaara passed away at the Jamii Nursing
Home. He was the patron of UUGI: The Gikuyu
Language Committee, in Kenya.

mALBERT MAWERE OPOKU Professor Albert
Mawere Opoku of the Institute of African
Studies/International Centre for African Music and
Dance, University of Ghana, passed away on
February 23, 2001. The late Mawere Opoku was a
noted choreographer, dance teacher, and interpreter
of the arts who was among the pioneers of African
cultural revival movements. He held many national
posts and awards and served as the Artistic Director
of the Ghana Dance Ensemble for many years.






in this issue...

ACASA NEWS. ...........................1
MINUTES OF BOARD MEETINGS ............ 3
BOARD NOMINATIONS: STATEMENTS......... 5
TRIENNIAL--PRELIMINARY PROGRAM ....... 6
CAA-ACASA PANELS..................... 14
EXHIBITIONS ......................... 15
CONFERENCES ......................... 17
JOBS.................................. . 19
...OF PEOLE & PLACES ................ 20
OBITUARY ............................21
TRAVEL INFORMATION...................22
FORMS............................................... /.APPEND


IOB I TUAR


mDONALD KACHAMBA [October 18, 1953--
January 12, 2001] The East African popular
musician who worked in close collaboration with the
noted Africanist musicologist Dr. Gerhard Kubik
passed away on January 12, 2001 in Malawi. Donald
recently served as a resident musician and lecturer on












2000
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ACASA
Directory of Members
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ACASA

2000 Directory of Members

* North America, Europe, & Asia


INSTITUTIONS: VV

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


Ingalls Library-Serials Dept.
Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106-1797 USA
work: 216-421-7340 x550
fax: 216-421-0921


Kathleen Berrin
M.H. de Young Memorial Museum
75 Tea Garden Drive
San Francisco, CA 94118-4501 USA
work: 415-750-3617
email: kberrin@famst.org



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


National Museum of African Art
Library
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20560-0708 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x286
email: libmail@sil.si.edu
http://www.sil.si.edu/Branches/
nmafa-hp.htm (home)
http:// www.siris.si.edu (library cat)


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


B: The Africa/Caribbean Directory
I be printed in the next issue


Library-Serials
School of Oriental & African Studies
(SOAS)
University of London
Thorhaugh St, Russell Square
London, WC1H OX G
UNITED KINGDOM
work: 020-7898-4167
fax: 020-2898-4159
email: mw3@soas.ac.uk


Arts of Africa, Oceania, Americas
University of East Anglia
Sainsbury Research Unit,
Sainsbury Centre
Norwich, NR4 7TJ
UNITED KINGDOM
work: 00-44-1603-592-498
fax: 00-44-1603-259-401
email: sru.library@uea.ac.uk


Serials Library
University of Illinois
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61801-3807 USA


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


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


INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS:

Rowland Abiodun
Department of Fine Arts
Amherst College
Amherst, MA 01002 USA
work: 413-542-5801


Sarah Adams
Yale University
502 Ocean Ave.
West Haven, CT 06516 USA
home: 203-932-6487
email: sarah.adams@yale.edu


Agbenyega Adedze
Department of History
Illinois State University
P.O. Box 4420
Normal, IL 61761 USA
home: 309-888-4791
work: 309-438-8367
fax: 309-438-5607
email: adedze@ilstu.edu


Tavy D. Aherne
James Madison University
MSC 7101
Harrisonburg, VA 22807 USA
home: 540-289-7270
work: 540-568-6372
fax: 540-568-6598
email: aheretd@jmu.edu



Brooke Davis Anderson
The Contemporary Center
Museum of American Folk Art
555 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019 USA
home: 212-531-0303
work: 212-977-7170
fax: 212-977-8134
email:banderson @ folkartmuseum.org









Martha Anderson
Alfred University
64 W. University St.
Alfred, NY 14802 USA
home: 607-587-9550
work: 607-871-2468
fax: 607-871-2490
email: fanderson@alfred.edu


Mary Jo Arnoldi
National Museum of Natural History:
Anthropology
Smithsonian Institution
4600 Conn Ave. NW #220
Washington, DC 20008 USA
work: 202-357-1396
fax: 202-357-2208
email: arnoldi.mary@nmnh.si.edu


Kariamu Welsh Asante
Esther Boyer School of Music &
Dept of Dance
Temple University
Vivacqua Hall 062-62, Room 303D
Philadelphia, NY 19122 USA
home: 215-843-6363
work: 215-204-6286
fax: 215-843-3285
email: kariamu@unix.temple.edu


Paul Austerlitz
Music Department
Brown University
Box 1924
Providence, RI 02912 USA
home: 401-863-3711
fax: 401-863-1256
email: paul_austerlitz@brown.edu


Daniel Avorgbedor
School of Music
Ohio State University
110 Weigel Hall
Columbus, OH 43210-1170 USA
home: 614-848-6450
work: 614-292-9441
fax: 614-292-1102
email: avorgbedor.1 @osu.edu


Suzanne Bach
76 Cluett Drive
Williamstown, MA 01267 USA
home: 413-458-9522
fax: 413-458-9295
email: rsbach@bcn.net


Joan Bacharach
11900 Colds.tream Circle
Potomac, MD 20854 USA
email: Joan Bacharach@nps.gov

Gretchen Beck
Art Department
Concordia University
1530 Concordia West
Irvine, CA 92612-3299 USA
home: 949-733-3485
work: 949-854-8002 x1509
fax: 949-854-6854
email: beckg@cui.edu

Eli Bentor
Department of Art
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608 USA
work: 828-262-2579
fax: 828-262-6756
email: bentore@appstate.edu


Marla C. Berns
University Art Museum
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106 USA
home: 805-687-1791
work: 805-893-2951
fax: 805-893-3013
email: berns@humanitas.ucsb.edu
http://www.uam.ucsb.edu


Kathleen E. Bickford Berzock
Dept of African & Amerindian Art
Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60203 USA
work: 312-857-7172
fax: 312-443-0849
email: kbickford@artic.edu


Aimee Bessire
20 Salem St.
Portland, ME 04102 USA
home: 207-772-9277
email: bessire@fas.harvard.edu


Judith Bettelheim
Art Department
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94132 USA
home: 510-653-1769
work: 415-338-2176
email: betheim@sfsu.edu


David A. Binkley
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC 20560-0708 USA
home: 301-718-3629
work: 202-354-4600 x230
fax: 202-357-4879
email: dbinkley@nmafa.si.edu


Barbara W. Blackmun
Department of Art
San Diego Mesa College
9850 Ogram Drive
La MesaGA.91941 USA
home: 619-461-5930
work: 619-627-2928
fax: 619-461-1013
email: barbara_blackmun@
compuserve.com


Monica Blackmun Visona
Department of Art
Metropolitan State College of Denver
12542 W. Mississippi Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80228-3519 USA
home: 303-989-7748
work: 303-556-3090
fax: 303-556-4094
email: visonam@mscd.edu;
or MAMERTION@prodigy.net


Suzanne P. Blier
History of Art & Architecture;
Afro-American Studies Dept.
Harvard University
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
485 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138 USA
home: 617-497-1464
fax: 617-497-1464
email: blier@fas.harvard.edu



Peter Bloom
Indiana U-Purdue U. at Indianapolis
(IUPUI)
425 University Blvd.
504 D Cavanaugh Hall
Indianapolis, IN 46202 USA
home: 317-251-9991
work: 317-274-8882
fax: 317-278-1287
email: pbloom@iupui.edu;
or pbloom2@earthlink.net







Jean M. Borgatti
Visual and Performing Art
Clark University
295 Maple Ave.
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 USA
home: 508-793-9695"
work: 508-925-1516
fax: 508-752-4383
email: jborgatti@aol.com
http://www.clarku.edu/-jborgatt


Louise M. Bourgault
Northern Michigan University
115 Lakewood Lane
Marquette, MI 49855 USA
home: 906-249-3436
work: 906-227-1645
fax: 906-227-2071
email: lbourgau@nmu.edu


Anne-Marie Bouttiaux
Royal Museum for Central Africa
Leuvensesteeweg 13
Tervuren, 3080
BELGIUM
work: 322-769-5677
fax: 322-769-5642
email: amb@africamuseum.be


Camille Brewer
18915 Ohio Street
Detroit, MI 48221 USA
home: 313-863-1426
mail: camillel961 @yahoo.com


Jerusha Brown
Department of Art History
Montclair State University
P.O. Box 3372, Memorial Station
Upper Montclair, NJ 07043 USA
email: fac_620@hotmail.com


Alice Burmeister
Department of Art & Design
Winthrop University
140 McLaurin Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733 USA
home: 803-324-9065
work: 803-323-2656
fax: 803-323-2333
email: burmeistera@winthrop.edu


Amanda Carlson
Art Department
University of South Florida
4202 East Fowler Ave., FAH 110
Tampa, FL 33620 USA
home: 813-258-9488
work: 813-974-9325
fax: 813-974-9226
email: findamand@aol.com



Theodore Celenko
African Art, Curator
Indianapolis Museum of Art
1200 West 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208 USA
work: 317-923-1331
fax: 317-926-8931
email: www.ima-art.org



S. Terry Childs
Archaeology & Ethnography Program
National Parks Service
1849 C St, NW (NC210)
Washington, DC 20240 USA
home: 202-333-3321
work: 202-343-1141
fax: 202-523-1547
email: terry_childs@nps.gov



Matthew Christensen
Comparative LIterature
University of California, Los Angeles
115 Alice Street
Port Jefferson, NY 11777 USA
home: 631-642-9079
work: 631-642-9079
fax: 707-276-4888
email: mchriste@ucla.edu



Sonya Clark
Dept of Environment, Textiles & Design
University of Wisconsin--Madison
1300 Linden Dr.
Madison, WI 53706-1575 USA
home: 608-238-0442
work: 608-262-4519
fax: 608-235-5099
email: syclark@facstaff.wisc.edu


Christa J. Clarke
Neuberger Museum of Art
SUNY, Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY 10577 USA
home: 908-301-9333
work: 914-251-6107
fax: 914-251-6101
email: christa.clarke@purchase.edu



Sarah A. Clunis
University of Iowa
715 N. Dodge Street
Iowa City, IA 52245 USA
home: 319-358-0165
work: 319-335-3979
email: sarahclunis@hotmail.com


Herbert M. Cole
History of Art and Architecture
University California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106 USA
home: 805-682-1809
work: 805-893-3501
fax: 805-893 7117
email: skipcole@humanitas.ucsb.edu


Michael W. Conner
Museum Studies & Cultural Preservation
Southern University at New Orleans
4622 Bienville Street
New Orleans, LA 70119 USA
home: 504-483-0867
work: 504-286-5208
email: mconner@suno.edu
http://www.hnet.msu.edu/people/editors


Jeremy Coote
Pitt Rivers Museum
University of Oxford
South Parks Road
Oxford, OX1 3PP
UNITED KINGDOM
work: 44-0-1865-270930
email: jeremy.coote@prm.ox.ac.uk


Justine M. Cordwell
African Curator
May Weber Foundation
437 W. Belden Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614-3815 USA
home: 773-528-2128
work: 773-348-2695









Elsbeth Court
School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London
24 Russell Square
London, WC H OXG
UNITED KINGDOM
fax: IFCOS 020-7898-4809
email: ec6@soas.ac.uk


Alison Laird Craig
630 Fort Washington Ave. #4E
New York, NY 10040 USA
home: 212-795-0453
work: 212-362-8633
email: Alairdcraig@aol.com


Kathy Curnow
Art Department
Cleveland State University
1701 E. 12th St. #17QW
Cleveland, OH 44114 USA
home: 216-622-0227
work: 216-687-2105
email: k.curnow@csuohio.edu
http://academic.csuohio.edu/curnowk


Esther Dagan
GAAAP
1236 Fort St.
Montreal, Quebec H3H 2B3
CANADA
home: 514-931-4747
fax: 514-931-4747


Brenda M. Danilowitz
435 Oakview Drive
Orange, CT 06477 USA
home: 203-799-3975
work: 203-393-4089
fax: 203-393-4094
email: bmdanilowitz@aol.com


Patricia Darish
3308 Shepherd St.
Chevy Chase, MD 20815 USA
home: 301-718-3629
email: pdarish@mindspring.com


Allen C. Davis
4320 Dolphin Lane
Alexandria, VA 22309-3106 USA
home: 703-360-9572
work: 703-360-9572
fax: 703-360-9572


Louis de Strycker
Batuersemhof
Zandhoven, 2240
BELGIUM
home: 322-770-5528
work: 322-762-9965
email: destrycker@compuserve.com



Mark D. DeLancey
Harvard University
485 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138 USA
home: 617-666-5518
work: 617-495-2377
fax: 617-495-1769
email: markdelancey@yahoo.com


William J. Dewey
University of Tennessee
1233 Harrington Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37922 USA
home: 865-692-6775
work: 865-974-0651
email: wdewey@utk.edu


Judy Ditzenberger-Ward
California State University, Long Beach
3041 C Bradford Place
Santa Ana, CA 92707 USA
home: (714)754-1969
email: judyward@bigfoot.com



Henry Drewal
Dept. of Art History
University of Wisconsin--Madison
Elvehjem Museum of Art
800 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706 USA
home: 608-233-2348
work: 608-263-9362 / 2340
fax: 608-265-6425
email: hjdrewal@facstaff.wisc.edu




Martha J. Ehrlich
Art and Design
S. Illinois University at Edwardsville
338 N. Fillmore Street
Edwardsville, IL 62025-1758 USA
home: 618-692-6262
work: 618-650-3183


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


Mary Ewert
SUNY - Brockport
18 N. Main St. #21
Brockport, NY 14420 USA
home: 716-395-1701
email: me0632@brockport.edu



Kate Ezra
Art and Design
Columbia College
5483 Hyde Park Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60615 USA
home: 773-955-0413
work: 312-344-7749
fax: 312-344-8009
email: kate.ezra@att.net



William A. Fagaly
New Orleans Museum of Art
915 Saint Philip St.
New Orleans, LA 70116-2407 USA
home: 504-522-9142
work: 504-483-2630
fax: 504-484-6662
email: bfagaly@noma.org



Richard J. Faletti
(winter address)
Museum for African Art (trustee)
3165 E. Stella Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85016-2345 USA
home: 602-224-9297
email: rfaletti@aol.com

(summer address)
326 Park Ave. #3
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514 USA
home: 630-323-6589
fax: 630-325-6355









D. Francine Farr
1435 4th St. SW, #B-102
Washington, DC 20024 USA
home: 202-488-7401
work: 202-466-0520
fax: 202-466-0583
email: ffarr@elawforum.com


Laurie A. Farrell
Museum for African Art
21-80 38th Street #D-7
Astoria, NY 11105-1821 USA
home: 718-545-5608
work: 212-966-1313 xlll
fax: 212-966-1432
email: molaur@earthlink.net;
or curator@africanart.org


Elisha Fernandes
University of Arizona
2048 A East 1st Street
Tuscon, AZ 85719 USA
home: 520-795-7761
email: elisha@u.arizona.edu


Silvia Forni
University' Degli Studi di Torino
Via dei Mille, 32
Torina, 10123
ITALY
home: 39-011-888-495
work: 39-011-812-2702
fax: 39-011-817-4979
email: silviaf@inrete.it


Till Forster
Iwalewa-Haus, Afrika-Centre
University of Bayreuth
Muenzgasse 9
Bayreuth, D-95440
GERMANY
home: 49-921-39225
work: 49-921-553680
fax: 49-921-553684
email: till.foerster@uni-bayreuth.de
http://www.uni- bayreuth.de/
Africanologie/iwalewa


Monique Fowler-Paul
School of Oriental & African Studies
University of London
34 Gramercy Park East #3BR
New York, NY 10003 USA
home: 212-477-0979
email: mfowlerpaul@hotmail.com


Pamela R. Franco
Dept of Art; Woldenberg Art Center
Tulane University
4220 Loyola Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70115 USA


Barbara Frank
Department of Art
The University at Stony Brook, SUNY
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5400 USA
home: 516-474-2986
work: 516-632-7264
fax: 516-632-7261
Barbara.Frank@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Alison Fraunhar
History of Art and Architecture
University of California, Santa Barbara
794 Cypress Walk #G
Goleta, CA 93117 USA
home: 805-968-3525
email: af3@umail.ucsb.edu

Andrea E. Frohne
Department of Art History
SUNY -- Binghamton
P. O. Box 780
Vestal, NY 13851 USA
home: 607-724-3761
email: bf20415@binghamton.edu


Phyllis Galembo
Art Department
University of Albany, SUNY
125 W. 16th Street #140
New York, NY 10011 USA
home: 212-645-2378
fax: 212-645-2378
email: pgalembo@earthlink.net

Christraud M. Geary
National Museum of African Art
1311 Delaware Ave. SW #280
Washington, DC 20024 USA
home: 202-863-9468
work: 202-357-4600 x280
fax: 202-357-4879
email: cgeary@nmafa.si.edu

Michelle Gilbert
Department of Fine Arts
Trinity College
Box 135
Guilford, CT 06437 USA
home: 203-453-3412
work: 860-297-5151
fax: 203-453-3147
email: mvgilbert@snet.net


Linda L. Giles
Anthropology Department
Illinois State University
Campus Box 4660
Normal, IL 61790-4660 USA
home: 309-452-8821
work: 309-438-5713
email: LLGILES@mail.ilstu.edu


Paula Girschick
Anthropology Department
Indiana University
Student Building 130
Bloomington, IN 47405-7100 USA
home: 812-331-8932
work: 812-855-1041
fax: 812-855-4358
email: pgirshic@indiana.edu



Didier Gondola
Indiana Univeristy -- IUPUI
425 University Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46202 USA
home: 317-216-1801
work: 317-274-8160
fax: 317-278-7800
email: gondola@iupui.edu


Candice L. Goucher
Department of History
Washington State University Vancouver
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98686-9600 USA
work: 360-546-9469
fax: 360-546-9036
email: goucher@vancouver.wsu.edu


Joanna Grabski
Art Department
Denison University
Cleveland Hall Annex
Granville, OH 43055 USA
work: 740-587-6230
fax: 740-587-5701
email: Grabski@denison.edu


Gilbert Graham
Long Island University
6 Harvard Drive
Woodbury, NY 11797-3303 USA
home: 516-692-8706
fax: 516-692-4366
email: ggilgraham@cs.com









Roda Graham
Hofstra University Museum
6 Harvard Drive
Woodbury, NY 11797-3303 USA
home: 516-692-8706
work: 516-560-5672
fax: 516-692-4366
email: ggr7495818@aol.com


Doris L. Green
Pan African Performing Arts
700 Southern Parkway
Uniondale, NY 11553 USA
home: 516-489-1231
email: DGreen38@aol.com


Rebecca L. Green
School of Art
Bowling Green State University
1000 Fine Arts
Bowling Green, OH 43403 USA
home: 419-353-1068
work: 419-372-8514
fax: 419-372-2544
email: rlgreen@bgnet.bgsu.edu


Wendy A. Grossman
Dept. of Art History & Archaeology
University of Maryland
4211 Van Buren St.
University Park, MD 20782 USA
home: 301-454-0356
work: 201-357-4600 x237
email: wagross@wam.umd.edu



Katherine J. Hagedorn
Pomona College
340 N. College Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711 USA
home: 626-792-7182
work: 909-607-2456
fax: 909-621-8645
email: khagedorn@pomona.edu


Barry Hallen
Dept. of Philosophy and Religion
Morehouse College
830 Westview Drive, S.W.
Atlanta, GA 30314-3773 USA
work: 404-215-2607
fax: 404-521-2942
email: hallen@morehouse.edu;
or hallen@fas.harvard.edu


Judith Lynne Hanna
Department of Dance
University of Maryland, College Park
8520 Thornden Terrace
Bethesda, MD 20817 USA
home: 301-365-5683
work: 301-365-5683
fax: 301-365-5683
email: jlhanna@hotmail.com


Elizabeth Harney
National Museum of African Arts
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20560 USA
home: 202-537-5567
work: 202-357-4600 x207
fax: 202-357-4879
email: harneye@nmafa.si.edu


William A. Hart
Department of Philosophy
University of Ulster-Coleraine
Cromore Road
Coleraine, Co. Londonderry
BT52 ISA
N. IRELAND
home: 028-2075-1844
work: 028-7032-4311
email: wa.hart@ulst.ac.uk


Frank Herreman
Museum for African Art
593 Broadway
New York, NY 10012 USA
home: 212-966-1313
work: 212-966-1313
fax: 212-966-1432
email: museum@africanart.org


Dunja Hersak
Philosophie et Lettres, d'Histoire d'Art
University Libre de Bruxelles
rue des Egyptiens 1
Bruxelles, 1050
BELGIUM
home: 322-648-60-66
email: dhersak@ulb.ac.be

Donald R. Hill
Department of Anthropology/ALS
SUNY -- Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820 USA
work: 607-436-2018
fax: 607-436-2653
email: hilldr@oneonta.edu


Shannen L. Hill
D.U.--Art History
University of Denver
2121 E. Ashbury Ave.
Denver, CO 80208 USA
work: 303-871-3574
fax: 303-871-4112
email: slhill@du.edu

Stephen C. Hill
Department of Musicology
University of Illinois
1618 Chevy Chase Dr.
Champaign, IL 61821-4955 USA
home: 217-355-1714
email: schill9@uiuc.edu


Vandorn Hinnant
Mattye Reed African Heritage Center
N.C. Agricultural & Technical State
University
687 Percy Street
Greensboro, NC 27405 USA
home: 336-275-2938
work: 336-334-3204
fax: 336-334-4378

Marianne Hogue
Department of Art History
Virginia Commonwealth University
P.O.Box 25405
Richmond, VA 23260-5405 USA
home: 804-261-4869
email: s2mhogue@atlas.vcu.edu

Ruth M. Hoover
48 W. 181 St.
Bronx, NY 10453-3104 USA
home: 718-220-3528
work: 718-220-3528

Marilyn H. Houlberg
Art History & Liberal Arts
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
37 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60603 USA
home: 312-666-4420
work: 312-899-5188


Marion (Maine) E. Jackson
Department of Art and Art History
Wayne State University
150 Community Arts Building
Detroit, MI 48202 USA
home: 313-259-9093
work: 313-577-2980
fax: 313-259-9093
email: mjackson@fulbrightweb.org









dele jegede
Indiana State University
2831 Mariposa Drive
Terre Haute, IN 47803 USA
home: 812-232-0038
work: 812-237-3722
fax: 812-237-5948; 812-237-4369
email: dele-jegede@indstate.edu
http:// 139.102.83.130/delejegede/
index.html

Veronika Jenke
Education Department
National Museum of African Art
950 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20560-0708 USA
home: 703-527-3467
work: 202-357-4600 x225
fax: 202-357-4879
email: jenkev@nmafa.si.edu
http://www.si.edu/nmafa


Kitty A. Johnson
San Diego State University
3309 Clairemont Dr. #1
San Diego, CA 92117 USA
home: 619-275-3048
email: kjohnson@mccarthy-hothus.com

William Karg
Contemporary African Art Gallery
330 W. 108th St.
New York, NY 10025 USA
home: 212-749-8848
work: 212-662-8799
fax: 212-662-8799
email: wrkarg@aol.com


Sidney Littlefield Kasfir
Art History Department
Emory University
Carlos Hall
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
home: 404-284-4212
work: 404-727-0808
fax: 404-727-2358
email: hartsk@emory.edu


Kinsey A. Katchka
Department of Anthropology
Indiana University
SB 130
Bloomington, IN 47405 USA
home: 812-331-7573
work: 812-855-1203
fax: 812-855-4358
email: kkatchka@alum.wellesley.edu


Curtis A. Keim
Department of History
Moravian College
1200 Main STreet
Bethlehem, PA IS01$S-t550 USA
work: 610-861-1348
fax: 610-625-7871
email: cheim@moravian.edu


Susan Kelliher
University of South Florida
4415 West Culbreath Avenue
Tampa, FL 33609 USA
home: 813-289-0038
email: susankelliher@hotmail.com


Carolee G. Kennedy
1050 N. Stuart St. #229
Arlington, VA 22201 USA
home: 703-841-5861
work: 202-694-1856

Peri M. Klemm
Department of Art History
Emory University
2094 Powell Lane #7
Decatur, GA 30033-5337 USA
home: 404-320-1499
work: 404-320-1499
email: periklemm@hotmail.com

Christine Mullen Kreamer
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, DC 20560-0708 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x236
fax: 202-357-4879
email: kreamerc@nmafa.si.edu

Betty LaDuke
Southern Oregon University
610 Long Way
Ashland, OR 97520 USA
home: 541-482-4562
fax: 541-482-2584
email: bettyladuke@earthlink.net
http://www.bettyladuke.com

Frederick Lamp
Arts of Africa, Asia, the Americas,
& Oceania
Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
home: 410-235-6130
work: 410-396-7056
fax: 410-396-6562
email: flamp@artbma.org


Thomas E. Larose
Department of Art History
Virginia Commonwealth University
12233 Richmond St.
Chester, VA 23831 USA
home: 804-748-9536
email: tlarose@vcu.edu


Dwaune Latimer
Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
University of Pennsylvania
33rd and Spruce Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6324 USA
home: 214-924-2620
work: 215-573-4930
fax: 215-898-0657
email: dlatimer@sas.upenn.edu


Roy Lawaetz
Estate St. John #3, P.O. Box 916
Christiansted, St. Croix
Virgin Islands 00821 USA
home: 340-773-1042
work: 809-788-2738
fax: 809-788-2738
email: rlawaetz@codetel.met.do


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


Saadia N. Lawton
Milwaukee Art Museum &
University of Wisconsin-Madison
6810 Schroeder Road #13
Madison, WI 53711 USA
home: 646-554-5313
work: 414-24-3274
email: snlawton@students.wisc.edu


Carol Lems-Dworkin
Independent Scholar
2305 Brown Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201 USA
home: 847-328-1029
work: 847-328-1029
fax: 847-869-4239
email: lemsdworkn@aol.com
http://members.aol.com/lemsdworkn










Edward Lifschitz
National Museum of African Art -
Education
Smithsonian Institution
1337 S. Carolina Ave. SE
Washington, DC 20003 USA
home: 202-544-0073
work: 202-357-4600 x220
fax: 202-357-4879
email: ed@nmafa.si.edu
http://ed@nmafa.si.edu


Richard A. Long
Emory University
883 Edgewood Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30307 USA
work: 404-727-6454
fax: 404-727-2370
email: rlong02@emory.edu


Carol Ann Lorenz
Department of Art & Art History
Colgate University
7097 Indian Opening Rd.
Madison, NY 13402-9778 USA
home: 315-893-7296
work: 315-228-7184
fax: 315-228-7787
email: clorenz@mail.colgate.edu


Kristyne S. Loughran
Lungarno Serristori 9
Florence, 50125
ITALY
home: 39-055-234-1076
fax: 39-055-234-6732
email: ME3059@mclink.it


Wyatt MacGaffey
Haverford University
908 Cherokee Rd
Louisville, KY 40204 USA
home: 502-479-7670
fax: 502-479-7670
email: wmacgaff@haverford.edu


Carol Magee
Department of Art and Art History
Dickinson College
266 S. Hanover St. #6
Carlisle, PA 17013 USA
home: 717-243-6857
work: 717-245-1259
email: mageec@dickinson.edu


Carolyn P. Maitland
New York Technical College
4745 Grosvenor Ave.
Bronx, NY 10471-3306 USA
home: 718-548-3783


James K. Makubuya
Music & Theater Arts, 14N-207
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
home: 617-479-0940
work: 617-253-4964
fax: 617-253-4523
email: makubuya@mit.edu;
mafumbe@aol.com



Dominique Malaquais
Graduate School of Architecture (GSAPP)
Columbia University
1408 P St. NW (Loft 28)
Washington, DC 20009 USA
home: 202-265-3238
work: 917-498-3050
fax: 202-265-3242
email: malaquais@yahoo.com


Peter Mark
Art History Department
Wesleyan University
Middletown, CT 06457 USA
home: 860-347-9698
email: pmark@wesleyan.edu


Daniel Mato
Department of Art History
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
CANADA
home: 403-286-6733
work: 403-220-5251
fax: 403-289-7333
email: dmato@ucalgary.ca


Barbara Mauldin
Latin American Folk Art
Museum of International Folk Art
P.O. Box 2087
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2087 USA
work: 505-476-1222
fax: 505-476-1300
email: bmauldin@moifa.org


Elizabeth McAlister
Department of Religion
Wesleyan University
171 Church St.
Middletown, CT 06459 USA
work: 860-685-2289
fax: 860-685-2820
email: emcalister@wesleyan.edu


Julie McGee
Department of Art
Bowdoin College
9300 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011 USA
home: 207-725-0680
work: 207-725-3906
email: jmcgee@bowdoin.edu


Mike McGovern
Emory University
B.P. 1927
Conakry
GUINEA
home: 224-012-69-14-16
mail: nzebela@yahoo.com


Harriet C. McGuire
U.S. Department of State
3007 Russell Rd
Alexandria, VA 22305-1719 USA
home: 703-549-8208
work: 202-647-4665
fax: 202-647-6876
email: hmcguire@bigfoot.com


Mary Drach Mclnnes
School of Art & Design
NYSCC at Alfred University
2 Pine Street
Alfred, NY 14802 USA
home: 607-587-9067
work: 607-871-2614
email: mcinnes@alfred.edu



Marcelle McVorran
DePauw University
106 Ashbury Hall
Greencastle, IN 46135-0037 USA
home: 765-653-1777
work: 765-658-4699
fax: 765-658-4819
email: McVORRAN@DePauw.edu









Louise Meintjes
Department of Music
Duke University
Box 90665
Durham, NC 27708-0665 USA
home: 919-416-0501
work: 919-330-3339
fax: 919-660-3301
email: meintjes@duke.edu

Margaret V. Merritt
Chemsitry Department
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481-8203 USA
work: 781-283-3016
fax: 781-283-3642
email: mmerritt@wellesley.edu


Kim Miller
Department of Art
Transylvania University
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508 USA
home: 859-233-8294
email: kamiller@transy.edu;
kamille3 @ students.wisc.edu

Brenda Molife
Reference, Main Library
University of Iowa
Main Library
Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
home: 319-466-1043
work: 319-335-5403
email: brenda-molife@uiowa.com


Mary Jane Montgomery House
Department of Design
The Surry Institute of Art & Design
University College
'The Fish Gate' 101 Kings Road
Haslemere, Surrey GU27 2QG
UNITED KINGDOM
work: 0044-1255-892765
fax: 0044-1252-892747
email: mjmontgomeriehouse@
talk21.com
http:// www.surrart.ac.uk


Randall Morris
Cavin-Morris Gallery Inc.
560 Broadway
New York, NY 10012 USA
work: 212-226-3768
fax: 212-226-0155
email: mysteries@aol.com


Eileen Moyer
v. Egmondkade 42
Utrecht, 3553 JJ
THE NETHERLANDS
work: 31-30-2435909
fax: 31-30-2435909
email: eileenmoyer@hotmail.com


Rebecca Martin Nagy
Curatorial and Education Department
North Carolina Museum of Art
4630 Mail Service Ctr
Raleigh, NC 27699-4630 USA
work: 919-839-6262 x2147
fax: 919-733-8034
email: rnagy@ncmamail.dcr.state.nc.us



Conchita P. Ndege
Mattye Reed African Heritage Center
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical
State University
1601 East Market St.
Greensboro, NC 27411 USA
work: 336-334-3209
fax: 336-334-4378
email: ndegec@ncat.edu


Steven Nelson
University of California, Los Angeles
7969 W. Norton Ave. #7
W. Hollywood, CA 90046 USA
work: 323-656-1209
fax: 323-822-9673
email: nelsons@humnet.ucla.edu


Robert W. Nicholls
Division of Education
University of the Virgin Islands
2 Brewer's Bay
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 00802 USA
work: 340-693-1184
fax: 340-693-1185
email: rnicholl@uvi.edu


Andrea Nicolls
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave.
Washington, DC 20024 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x234
fax: 202-357-4879
email: andrea@nmafa.si.edu


Leah N. Niederstadt
Institute of Social&Cultural
Anthropology (ISCA)
Oxford University
Wolfson College
Oxford, 0X2 6UD
UNITED KINGDOM
fax: 011-44-1865-274-125
email: makedawumber@
hotmail.com


John Nunley
Africa, Oceania, and The Americas
Saint Louis Art Museum
1 Fine Arts Drive
Saint Louis, MO 63110 USA
work: 314-655-5217
fax: 314-721-6172
email: jnunley@slam.org


Chika Okeke
Emory University
148 Mead Road
Decatur, GA 30030 USA
work: 404-371-4104
fax: 404-371-4104
email: cookeke@emory.edu


Mikelle Smith Omari-Tunkara
Department of Art History
University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210002
Tuscon, AZ 85721-9330 USA
work: 520-621-9330
fax: 520-621-2955 / 1202
email: aasp@email.arizona.edu
http:// www.library.arizona.edu/
users/juarezm/African%20Art.html


Onyile Bassey Onyile
Department of Art History
Georgia Southern University
Box 21867
Statesboro, GA 34060 USA
work: 912-681-0370
fax: 912-681-5104
email: bi90411@binghamton.edu


Philip M. Peek
Department of Anthropology
Drew University
Madison, NJ 07940 USA
work: 973-408-3383
fax: 973-408-3768
email: ppeek@drew.edu










Judith Perani
School of Art
Ohio University
3031 Hartman Terrace
Hayward, CA 94541 USA
email: perani@ohiou.edu


Barbara Plankensteiner
Museum Fur Volkerkunde
Neue Burg
Wien, 1014
AUSTRIA
work: 1-53430-519
fax: 1-5355320
email: barbara.plankensteiner@
ethno-musuem.ac.at


Robin Poynor
School of Art and Art History
University of Florida
102 FAA, P.O. Box 115801
Gainesville, FL 32611-5801 USA
work: 352-392-0201 x223
fax: 352-392-8453
email: rpoynor@ufl.edu


Sharon Y. Pruitt
School of Art
East Carolina University
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
Greenville, NC 27858-4353 USA
work: 252-328-1320
fax: 252-32-0361
email: pruitts@mail.ecu.edu



Labelle Prussin
3 Anders Lane
Pomona, NY 10970 USA
fax: 845-354-0625
email: lprussin@aol.com



Betsy D. Quick
Dept. of Education
Fowler Museum of Cultural History,
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951549
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549 USA
work: 310-825-9341
fax: 310-206-7007
email: bquick@arts.ucla.edu
http:// www.fmch.ucla.edu


Elizabeth Rankin
Department of Art History
University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
Auckland,
NEW ZEALAND
work: 64-9-373-7599 x8098
fax: 64-9-373-7014
email: e.rankin @auckland.ac.nz


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


Deborah Reid Murphy
North Carolina Museum of Art
4630 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699 USA
work: 919-839-6262 x2199
fax: 919-733-8034



Elisha Renne
Department of Anthropology; CAAS
University of Michigan
290 Werr Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1092 USA
work: 734-764-9917
email: erenne@umich.edu


Allen F. Roberts
Dept of World Arts & Cultures
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951608
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1608 USA
work: 310-206-6312
email: allenr@ucla.edu


Mary (Polly) Nooter Roberts
Fowler Museum of Cultural History
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095 USA
work: 310-825-9025
email: proberts@arts.ucla.edu


Barbara C. Robinson
Smithsonian Institution (ret.)
1017 Croton Drive
Alexandria, VA 22308 USA
email: Nephila@aol.com


Maria Beatriz (Betty) Rodriguez-Feo
Department of Anthropology
University of Iowa
114 MacBride Hall
Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
email: beatriz-rodriguez-
feo@uiowa.edu


Arnold M. Rogoff
Ethnographic Arts Publications
1040 Erica Rd
Mill Valley, CA 94941 USA
work: 415-383-2998
fax: 415-388-8708
email: eap@tribalartbooks.com
http:// tribalartbooks.com


Doran H. Ross
Fowler Museum of Cultural History
University of California, Los Angeles
Box 951549
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1549 USA
work: 310-825-4259
fax: 310-206-7007
email: dross@arts.ucla.edu


Miriama Ross
University of Wisconsin -- Madison
6241 Humanities Bldg
455 N. Park St.
Madison, WI 53706-1490 USA
work: 608-263-6259
fax: 608-265-4593
email: mross@education.wisc.edu


Victoria L. Rovine
University of Iowa Museum of Art
150 N. Riverside Dr.
Iowa City, IA 52242-1789 USA
work: 319-353-2468
fax: 319-335-3677
email: victoria-rovine @ uiowa.edu


Dana Rush
History of Art
University of Michigan
Tappan Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1357 USA
work: 734-764-5400
fax: 734-647-4121
email: danarush@umich.edu









Tani Sanchez
Comparative Cultural & Literary
Studies
University of Arizona
P.O. Box 85272
Tuscon, AZ 85754 USA
email: tsanchez @ u.arizona.edu



Enid Schildkrout
Anthropology Department
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 79th St.
New York, NY 10024-5192 USA
work: 212-769-5432
fax: 212-769-5334
email: enid@amnh.org
http:// www.amnh.org


Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Schneider
876 Melville Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301 USA
fax: 650- 328-3448
email: schneide@standford.edu



Hilary L. Scothorn
Florida State University
4821 Bakman Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601 USA
work: 818-635-4489
fax: 818-487-9490
email: hilaryls@aol.com



Victoria Scott
Black Arts Studio
708 Don Felix
Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA
work: 505-986-9143
fax: 505-986-9143
email: vikki@blackartstudio.com
http:// BLACKARTSTUDIO.COM



Dorit Shafir
Arts of Africa, Oceania, & the
Americas
The Israel Museum
P.O. Box 71117
Jerusalem, 91710
ISREAL
work: 972-2-670-8955
fax: 972-2-670-8094
email: doritsha@imj.org.il


Raymond A. Silverman
Department of Art
Michigan State University
113 Kresge Art Center
East Lansing, MI 48824-1119 USA
work: 517-353-9114
fax: 517-432-3938
email: silveray@msu.edu
http://www.msu.edu/-silveray/

Richard A. Singletary
Singletary Gallery & African Art Museum
3600 Greenwood Dr.
Portsmouth, VA 23701-3341 USA
work: 757-465-2950
fax: 757-487-1786
email: rasingle@aol.com


Thomas D. Slater
11074 Woods Bay Lane
Indianapolis, IN 46236 USA
work: 317-257-3044
fax: 317-254-9167
email: slaters@indy.net


Christopher Slogar
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution, MRC
4704 Calvert Road #2
College Park, MD 20740 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x232
email: slogar@wam.umd.edu


Ian Isidore Smart
Howard University
10101 Green Forest Drive
Adelphi, MD 20783 USA
work: 301-439-1666
fax: 301-439-5005
email: smartl@idsonline.com


Earl P. Smith
2930 Old Farm Road
Montgomery, AL 36111 USA
email: earlsm@eudoramail.com


Neal Sobania
Department of History
Hope College
A-3930 Beeline Rd.
Holland, MI 49423 USA
work: 616-395-7605
fax: 616-395-7937
email: sobania@hope.edu


Robert T. Soppelsa
Mulvane Art Museum
Washburn University
1655 Illinois Street
Lawrence, KS 66044 USA
work: 785-231-1124
fax: 785 234-2703
email: soppelsa@washburn.edu;
or zzsopp@washburn.edu


Teri L. Sowell
Department of Art History
San Diego State University
119 Upland Drive
Vista, CA 92084-5734 USA
email: tsowell@mail.sdsu.edu


Anne M. Spencer
1103 Kensington Ave.
Plainfield, NJ 07060 USA


Janet Stanley
National Museum of African Art
1791 Lanier Place N.W. #24
Washington, DC 20009-2138 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x285
fax: 202-357-4879
email: jstanley@ic.si.edu



Christopher B. Steiner
Department of Art History
Connecticut College
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320-4196 USA
work: 860-439-2797
fax: 860-439-5339
email: cbste@conncoll.edu


Shelley Stevens
Department of Art History
Emory University
1144 Regis Road, SE
Atlanta, GA 30315 USA
email: spsteve@emory.edu


Katherine M. Sthreshley
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution
950 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20560-0708 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x241
fax: 202-357-4879
email: ksthresh@nmafa.si.edu










Zoe Strother
Art History
University of California, Los Angeles
1524 18th St. #4
Santa Monica, CA 90404 USA
work: 310-206-6905
fax: 310-206-1903
email: strother@humnet.ucla.edu



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


Jessica Taplin
Emory University
1100 Austin Avenue, NE
Atlanta, GA 30307-1918 USA
email: jtapl0l @learnlink.emory.edu


William E. Teel
University Prints
21 East Street
Winchester, MA 01890 USA


Barbara Thompson
Art Department
University of Northern Iowa
2518 Putman St. NE
Iowa City, IA 52240 USA
fax: 319-643-4278
email: barbara-thompson@
uiowa.edu


Krista Thompson
Institute of Liberal Arts
Emory University
P.O. Box 21336
Atlanta, GA 30322 USA
email: kthoml3@emory.edu



Michele Tobia-Chadeisson
Centre de Recherche sur l'Image
University St-Charles
University de Paris I-Pantheon-
Sorbonne
6 square Poussin
LeChesnay, 78150 FRANCE
fax: 01-39-54-69-41
email: michele.chadeisson@
wanadoo.fr


Idit Toledano
Jerusalem University
12 Vinal St. #5
Brookline, MA 02135 USA
work: 617-646-5202
fax: 617-566-1902
email: idittoledano@hotmail.com


Diala Toure
Department of Art History
University of Minnesota
3455 Girard Ave. South #3
Minneapolis, MN 55408 USA
work: 612-624-8012
fax: 612-378-8815
email: toure004@tc.umn.edu


Obiora Udechukwu
Department of Fine Arts
St. Lawrence University
Canton, NY 13617 USA
work: 315-229-5084
fax: 315-229-7425
email: oudechukwu@stlawu.edu


Monia L. Udvardy
Department of Anthropology
University of Kentucky
210 Lafferty Hall
Lexington, KY 40506 USA
work: 859-257-6919
fax: 859-323-1959
email: udvardy@pop.uky,edu


S. van de Raadt
Watergeus Str. 115B
Rotterdam, 2H 3025 HN
THE NETHERLANDS
work: 31-10-4256427
fax: 31-10-4278266
email: africanart@hetnet.nl


Liese Van Der Watt
Department of Art History
SUNY, Stony Brook
New York, NY 11794-5400 USA
email: liesevanderwatt @ fulbrightweb.org


Kristina Van Dyke
Harvard University
133 Elm Street #1
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
email: kvan@fas.harvard.edu


Guy van Rijn
Van Rijn Documentation Center
Avenue de Broqueville 225
Woluwe-St.Lambert
Brussels, 1200
BELGIUM
work: 32-(0)477-220478 (mobile)
femail: cd00815@glo.be
http:// guy.vanrijn@chello.be


Gary van Wyk
Axis Gallery
453 W. 17th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10011 USA
work: 212-741-2582
fax: 212-924-2522
email: axisgallery@aol.com
http:// www.axisgallery.com


Vera Viditz-Ward
Department of Art
Bloomsburg University
Old Science Hall
Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301 USA
work: 570-389-4851 / 4646
fax: 570-389-4459
email: vviditz@planetx.bloomu.
edu


Jerome Vogel
Drew University
Museum for African Art, NY
108 Wooster Street #5C
New York, NY 10012 USA
work: 212-226-2080
email: jvogel9818@aol.com


B. Vivian Walker
P.O. Box 676
Pomona, NY 10970 USA
email: bvivianwalker@netzero.net



Roslyn A. Walker
National Museum of African Art
Smithsonian Institution MRC
410 O Street SW, #204
Washington, DC 20024-2233 USA
work: 202-357-4600 x203
fax: 202-357-4629
email: rawalker@nmafa.si.edu













Boris Wastiau
Dept. of Cultural Anthropology,
Ethnography Div
Royal Museum for Central Africa
Leuvensesteenweg
Tervuren, B-3080
BELGIUM
work: 00-32-2-769-56-80
fax: 00-32-2-769-56-42
email: bwastiau@africamuseum.be


Linda C. Werthwein
East Carolina University
P.O. Box 28
Gloucester, NC 28528 USA
work: 252-328-1559
fax: 252-328-0361
email: werthweinl@mail.ecu.edu


Erin-Moira West
Department of Art History
University of California, Santa Barbara
350 Oliver Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93109 USA
email: moirall08@aol.com


Jerry L. Wever
Department of Anthropology
University of Iowa
114 MH
Iowa City, IA 52242 USA
work: 319-354-7180
fax: 319-335-0653
email: jerry-wever@uiowa.edu


Rosalinde G. Wilcox
Art Department
Saddleback College
10520 Draper Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064 USA
work: 949-582-4404
fax: 949-347-0580
email: rwilcox@saddleback.cc.ca.us


Hans Witte
Museum Kamstraat 55
6522 GB Nymegen
THE NETHERLANDS
email: h.witte@inter.nl.net


Marcilene K. Wittmer
Department of Art/Art History
University of Miami
5854 SW 28th Street
Miami, FL 33155 USA
work: 305-284-5742
fax: 305-284-2551
email: mwittmer@miami.edu



Norma Wolff
Department of Anthropology
Iowa State University
324 Curtiss Hall
Ames, IA 50011 USA
work: 515-294-7139
fax: 515-294-1708
email: nhwolff@iastate.edu


Jonathan L. Zilberg
University of Illinois @ Urbana-
Champaign
511 W. Oregon
Urbana, IL 61801 USA
work: 217-333-3616
email: zilberg@prairienet.org















ACASA


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AC AS A


The Arts Council of the African Studies Association
membership form

)Dues cover the calendar year, from January to DecemberN

Regular member $35.00
Special member (student, unemployed, retired) $15.00
Institutional member $35.00
Additional Voluntary Contribution (please check an option below) :
ACASA endowment $_
Symposium travel assistance for African scholars and grad students

Mailing address and phone numbers for Directory and receipt of the newsletter
(PLEASE PRINT)

Name: Affiliation:
Address:

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

Additional Information - pleas circle or complete:
Specialization: Art History Anthropology Ethnomusicology Other
Current Memberships: ASA CAA AAA Other
Primary Profession: University Teaching Other Teaching Museology
Research Student Other
Primary Regional Focus: W. Africa C. Africa E. Africa N. Africa
Southern Africa Diaspora Other
Ethnic or Country Focus:
Education (highest degree): PhD MA MFA BA Other

Please send your completed membership form and dues to:

Rebecca L Green
1010 Fine Arts
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403

Questions regarding membership in ACASA may be directed to Rebecca L Green at
rlgreen@bgnetbgsu.edu.

You can also access this form online at ACASA website at http://www.h-netmsu.edu/-artsweweelcome/acasahtml


NB: Foreign subscribers must submit their dues in the form of an international draft drawn on a U.S. bank in dollars only.






ACASA Contributions:
Fund-Drive 1999-2001


ENDOWMENT
Rowland Abiodun
Martha Anderson
Mary Jo Aroldi
Barbara Blackmun
Suzanne Blier
Jean Borgatti
Sarah C. Brett-Smith
Herbert M. Cole
Esther Dagan
Louis De Strycker
William J. Dewey
Henry John Drewal
William A. Fagaly
Till F6rster
Barbara Frank
Rebecca L. Green


(Includes contributions made by March 15, 2001)
Lawrence Gussman
dele jegede
Sidney L. Kasfir
Edgar Lake
Babatunde Lawal
John McKesson
Robert Nicholls
Leah N. Niederstadt
Nancy Nooter
Robert Nooter
Mikelle &
Bakary Smith Omari-Tunkara
Simon Ottenberg
Philip M. Peek
Constantijn Petridis
Robin Poynor


SYMPOSIUM (Includes contributions made by March 15, 2001)
Anonymous
Rowland Abiodun Phyllis Galembo
*Martha Anderson Christraud Geary
*Mary Jo Amoldi Candice L. Goucher
*Lisa Aronson *Rebecca L. Green
Joan Barist Lawrence Gussman
Richard N. & Janice T. Baum Shannen Hill
Eli Bentor dele jegede
Marla C. Bems Sidney L. Kasfir
*Kathleen Bickford Berzock Carolee G. Kennedy
Barbara W. Blackmun Kennedy Center, Lynn Clement,
Suzanne P. Blier Arts Edge
Jean Borgatti Christine Mullen Kreamer
Sarah C. Brett-Smith Betty LaDuke
Alice Burmeister Babatunde Lawal
Herbert M. & Shelley L. Cole Carol Ann Lorenz
Jeremy Coote Tina Loughran
Herman Copan Wyatt MacGaffey
Esther Dagan Dominique Malaquais
Davis Gallery Harriet C. McGuire
William J. Dewey John McKesson
Henry John Drewal Steven A. Morris
Joanne B. Eicher Rebecca Martin Nagy
Kate Ezra Robert W. Nicholls
William A. Fagaly Nancy Nooter
Richard Faletti Robert Nooter
Lowell A. Fiet Mikelle &
Till F6rster Bakary Smith Omari-Tunkara
Pamela Franco Simon Ottenberg
*Barbara Frank Constantijn Petridis
Jean G. Fritts *Philip M. Peek

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Al & Polly Roberts
Doran Ross
James J. Ross
Edwin Silver
Ray Silverman
Neal W. Sobania
Janet Stanley
Christopher B. Steiner
Zoe Strother
Obiora Udechukwu
Gary Van Wyk
Roslyn Walker




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Allen F. Roberts
Polly Nooter Roberts
Doran Ross
James J. Ross
*Victoria Rovine
Thomas Seligman
Mary Jo Shepard
Edwin Silver
Ray Silverman
Richard A. Singletary
Christopher Slogar
Neal W. Sobania
Robert T. Soppelsa
Katherine M. Sthreshley
Zoe Strother
Ethel W. Tracy
Obiora Udechukwu
Gary van Wyk & Lisa Brittan
B. Vivian Walker
Roslyn Walker
Rosalinde G. Wilcox
Frank Willett






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