H-AfrArts has been online at H-Net for twenty-two years. Can you help us build the future for the study of African expressive arts and African Studies at H-Net? Our decades of support for the field is a living record of the sweeping changes stemming from the transformation of new media. Back in 1996, barely a month after H-AfrArts’s launch at H-Net, Kate Ezra’s plea for “providing students with images via CD-ROMs or th
Welcome to H-AfrArts, Expressive Cultures of Africa. H-AfrArts is composed of two parts, a discussion list and a web site cosponsored by Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine (H-Net) and the Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA). Its content focuses on the expressive cultures of Africa and the African Diaspora.
Call for ACASA Newsletter items : Submission Deadline: Wednesday May 15th!
It's time again to let your colleagues know what is happening near you! The Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA) invites members to submit items for Spring/Summer 2018 association newsletter. Items may include announcements for conferences and symposia, calls for papers and proposals, exhibitions, current publications and resources, member news and upcoming events.
Texas Christian University - Lecturers (field open), two positions,
The HistoryMakers - Oral History Researcher
The HistoryMakers - Video Oral History Processor