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24th Annual Conference at the University of Cape Coast, March 26-28, 2020 ASRF is seeking nominations for its annual awards in the following categories- Excellence in Research The Humanitarian Award; and Excellence in Artistry and Performance Award. All ASRF members may nominate outstanding candidates. Preference in evaluating nominations will go to candidates with strong record of … Continue reading

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ASRF Newsletter Spring-Summer 2018

24 Annual Conference Call for Proposals

24th Annual Conference Call for Proposals

23rd ASRF Conference 2019: Program

Please click the link below to download the conference program COPY OF 23RD ASRF CONFERENCE PROGRAM 2019

Call for Applications: Editor & Associate Editor, Journal of African Studies & Research

The African Studies and Research Forum (ASRF) is soliciting applications for the positions of Editor and Associate Editor of its peer-reviewed Journal of African Studies and Research. The goal of the journal is to become one of the top periodicals in African Studies with a high impact factor and substantial submissions and readership. The editorship … Continue reading

“The Call of Chibok” – Musings on the “Bring Back our Girls” Protests and Academia

June 6, 2014 Dear ASRF community, warm greetings from Ithaca, New York.  I hope you have had a wonderful year so far. These are trying times for African societies.  The ongoing violence in many countries has personally affected some ASRF members and raises difficult questions for us all. For me, the Boko Haram crisis in … Continue reading

Day of the African Child Rallies- Bring Back our Girls

Wherever you are located, we remind ASRF members of the June 16 memorial day to celebrate and fight for the future of the African Child. “Bring Back our Girls NYC” will host a rally as will many other cities across the world. Use this day to signify your resistance to the violence and exploitation that … Continue reading

Announcing the Sad Death of Professor Kwadwo Assenso-Okyere

The African Studies and Research Forum joins family, friends, and colleagues in mourning the late Professor Kwadwo Asenso-Okyere. Professor Kwadwo Assenso-Okyere was a former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana (2002 to 2006) and a nephew to our own esteemed brother and former ATWS President, Professor A.B. Assensoh.

ATWS 2014: Association of Third World Studies, 32nd Annual Meeting

Announcement: ATWS 2014 Conference Theme: “The Coming Decade: The Role of Leadership, Institutions, and Culture in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East” The ASRF Executive Committee is pleased to announce that the ATWS 2014 – ASSOCIATION OF THIRD WORLD STUDIES, 32nd ANNUAL MEETING is taking place on Thursday October 16, 2014 to Saturday October … Continue reading

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