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, enhancing the curriculum, organizing conferences, acquiring library and related resources, and raising funds to make these activities possible.

Newsletter

Read our most recent newsletter to learn more about the Center:
Spring 2014
 

Announcements

KASC Student Employment

KASC is looking for an organized, creative, reliable, media savvy student to work with us this fall. For full details and to apply to be our new KASC student assistant click here:https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25752&siteid=5542&AReq=1286BR

Review of applications begins August 16th.


Summer African Language Institute

Mid-America Alliance for African Studies Conference

20th Annual Meeting
October 3-4, 2014 at KU

 

Conference Theme:
African Studies: Concepts and Practices for Decolonizing Knowledge
Proposals due August 15, 2014
 

Our fall calendar is now live. We hope you will join us!

Check out our Fall Calendar! http://t.co/9mGrMAhquv


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