African Studies Association of Ireland

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The African Studies Association of Ireland (ASAI) was formed in 2000. The object of the Association is to advance African Studies in Ireland, particularly in Higher Education. The Association publishes a Newsletter and organises an annual conference. Its inaugural conference was held at Trinity College, Dublin in 2000.

The Association’s sixth annual conference was held at University College Dublin, 2-3 December 2005. [Conference Programme]

New members are always welcome and the annual subscription rates are currently €12.50 or £8 for full members and €6 or £4 for students.

The current officers of the Association are

Dr Vincent Durac, University College Dublin (vincent.durac@ucd.ie) – Chair
Dr Andy Storey, University College Dublin (andydsc@yahoo.co.uk) – Treasurer

Ordinary members

Dr Roger Boulter
Mr Eoin Dillon, University College Dublin
Dr Rachel Naylor, University of Ulster, Magee
Dr James Uhomoibhi, University of Ulster, Jordanstown