The AASP is an organization made up of the Deans, Directors, Chairpersons, Committee Heads, or individuals who have the responsibility for organizing or leading the African Studies program at their college or university. Members range from Directors of the large Title VI centers to colleagues who keep the flame of African Studies alive in quite isolated settings.
AASP activities are supported by extremely modest dues, ranging from $50 to $300 per year, depending upon the size of your program. The main work of the AASP is carried out on a voluntary basis by the Chair and Vice-Chair and Secretariat of the AASP who serve two-year terms.
AASP Fall meeting will be held during the Association of African Studies (ASA) annual meeting in Indianapolis (November 20 – 23, 2014)
Please visit African Studies Association for more information
Location: Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies 1717 Mass Ave., N.W., Washington DC
Meeting Registration: $50 – This covers breakfast and lunch for the two and half days of the meeting. Please see membership page for registration forms.
Photo ID is Required
Date, Agenda and Hotel: TBD