College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


The Kansas African Studies Center embodies the interdisciplinary interests of Africanists at the University of Kansas. The Center's mission includes: coordinating the African studies program, sponsoring research and outreach initiatives, the enhancement of curriculum, organizing conferences, the acquisition of library and related resources, and raising funds to make all these activities possible.

Announcements

KASC presents its third annual Africa World Documentary Film Festival April 10-12.  Join us for a weekend of great films from Africa and the Diaspora. Click here to view the e-program for short descriptions of the films and links to trailers.


Summer African Language Institute

Africa World Documnetary Film Festival

Please join us in congratulating Jake Dorman, Kapila D. Silva, Margaret Pearce and Jide Wintoki on their promotions to Associate Professor and Randal Jelks on his promotion to Full Professor! We are in good company here at KU!
Please join us in congratulating Jake Dorman, Kapila D. Silva, Margaret Pearce and Jide Wintoki on their... http://t.co/F3y3GCllgB


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