The ASAUK is a scholarly organization with a membership that includes academics, journalists and broadcasters, civil servants and many others with an interest in Africa. Members of the ASAUK receive a free subscription to African Affairs, as well as a 10% discount from a wide range of African Studies journals. Read more about the ASAUK >>
ASAUK Biennial Conference 2014 will be held at the University of Sussex 9-11 September 2014. The Call for papers is now open until the 25th April 2014. There are still spaces available for panels. Read more >>
- Congo Research Network (Katrien Pype and Reuben Loffman)
- Culture Stream (Carli Coetzee / JACS)
- African utopias/dystopias (Critical African Studies)
- Publishing (Stephanie Kitchen / IAI)
- Literature Stream (Ranka Primorac)
- From Global Crisis to African Rising? (ROAPE)
- Labour, Insecurity and Violence in South Africa (Maxim Bolt and Dina Rajak / JSAS)
- Lusophone Africa (Toby Green)
- Sudan (Ahmed Al-Shahi)
A full list of the panels submitted so far can be downloaded here.
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|Audrey Richards Prize support|
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Hurst and Co.
International African Institute (IAI)
Boydel and Brewer (James Currey)
Taylor and Francis
Cambridge University Press (CUP)
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|June Bam-Hutchison is a leading figure in debates about human rights and the anti-apartheid struggle.||Becky Nana Ayebia Clarke is a Ghanaian-born award-winning Publisher specializing in African & Caribbean writing.|