SERSAS Logo, Courtesy Jonathan T. Reynolds, Livingstone College, 1998

SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL SEMINAR IN AFRICAN STUDIES (SERSAS)

PAPERS, ROUNDTABLES, AND VIDEOS, 1973-PRESENT

Indexed to Date:

Fall: 1973, (1975-79 incomplete data), 1980-81, (Fall 1982, missing), 1983-88, 1990-2000
Spring: 1974, (1975-79 incomplete data), 1980-2001


Abdulla, Ismail H. (The College of William and Mary).

Aden, Abdullahi (University of South Carolina). Clan Mobilization and the Somali State: Explaining Differences Between the First and Second Republic. Session Title: Political Change in East Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 12 April 1997.

Adediran, Michael Olu. (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria) and Olasope O. Oyelaran (Winston-Salem State University). Citizenship and National Identity: the African Perspective. Robert Mundt, (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Discussant. Hosted by Bennett College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 20 March 1993.

Agyeman-Bada, Yaw (Benedict College). Political Economy and Instability in Ghana: Colonial Legacy and Inequality. Beverly Grier (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Discussant. Hosted by Emory University, 11 April 1981.

Akpan, Moses (South Carolina State College). The Role of the United Nations in African Economic Development. Anirejouritse Sagay (Virginia Commonwealth University), Discussant. Program Title: Independent Africa--Relations with the World. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 20 April 1974.

Atkinson, Ronald and Judy L. Wyatt (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Preparing Black Principals for Educational Leadership in South Africa: A Program for Change. Kenneth Wilburn (East Carolina University), Discussant. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 19 October 1991.

Azevedo, Mario (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). The Demographic Impact of French Economic Activity in Chad, 1890-1940. (1975 or 1976, data incomplete).

Bah, Alpha Mohammed (College of Charleston). The Role of Indigenous Markets in the Mano River Region: A Case Study of Koindu (Sierra Leone), Foya, Kama (Liberia), and Nongowa (Guinea). Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Baldwin, Hannah (Foreign Services Institute). Legends, Rumors, and Electoral Politics in Senegal. Eunice Charles (Fort Bragg, NC), Discussant. Hosted by Virginia State University, Petersburg, 23 October 1993.

Bay, Edna G. (Emory University). Metal Arts in Society in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Abomey. Program Title: Arts and Culture in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Committee, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 18 September 1987.

Beck, Ann. [Untitled paper on African responses to Western medical systems]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Berg, Gerald M. (Sweet Briar College). The Sacred Gun: Tactics and the Origins of Political Inequality in Eighteenth Century Imerina. Thomas Q. Reefe (University of North Carolina), Discussant. Hosted by the University of Virginia, 15 November 1980.

Bigman, Laura (Howard University). The Food Crisis in Africa: An Historical Perspective, The Case of "Portuguese" Guine. Robert Thiele (Georgia Southern University), Discussant. Hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Bjornson, Richard (Fellow, North Carolina National Humanities Center). The Writer and National Identity in Africa. Richard Priebe (Virginia Commonwealth University), Discussant. Hosted by the North Carolina National Humanities Center and sponsored by the African and Afro-American Studies Curriculum of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 19 March 1983.

Bode, Francis (affiliation unknown). [Paper on the Stateless Luyia of Western Kenya, Title Unknown]. Hosted by Duke University, second meeting in 1978.

Boyer, Neil (University of Massachusetts) and Carlton Davis (University of Florida. Exploitation and Inefficiency in African Food Marketing Systems--Myth or Reality?: Some Evidence from West Cameroon. Session Title: Distribution and Consumption, Christina Gladwin (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Broadhorst, Allan Robert (University of South Carolina). The Function of Schooling on the Horn of Africa: Relative Utility of Mass Education in Somalia and Ethiopia. Robert Thiele (Georgia Southern University), Discussant. Session Title: Government and Education. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Brooks, George F. (Indiana University). Perspectives on Luso-African Commerce and Settlement in the Gambia and Guinea-Bissau Region, 16th-19th Centuries. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University, 7 April 1979.

Brown, James W. (University of South Carolina at Spartanburg).

Brown, Ras Michael. (Dillard University). West-Central African Nature Spirits in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Session Title: Resources and Remembrances: Africans in the Americas. Jonathan Reynolds (Livingstone College), Discussant. Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 28 October 2000.

Brunger, Scott (Maryville College). Possibilities for Overcoming Economic Disarticulation in Ivory Coast and Algeria: an Evaluation of Samir Amin's Views. Sidelis S. E. Akagha (Howard University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 12 October 1985.

Bunger, Robert L. (East Carolina University). Pokomo Aesthetics: African Art Without Sculpture. Program Title: Arts and Culture in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Committee, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 18 September 1987.

Burns, James Clemson University. Cowboys and Colonizers: The American Western in Southern Africa, 1945-1961. Cathy Skidmore-Hess (Georgia Southern University), Discussant. Session: History, Society, and Multimedia in Africa. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Campbell, Penelope (Agnes Scott College). Development and Underdevelopment: The View from Africare. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 30 January 1982.

Casada, James A. (Winthrop College). [Paper on the East African Slave Trade, Title Unknown]. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by South Carolina State College, Third Meeting, 1978-79.

Catsum, Derek (Ohio University). Those Who Command the Ones That Pulled the Trigger See Us As Less Than Human: The Langa Massacre and State Violence in South Africa. Aron S. MacKinnon (University of Western Georgia), Discussant. Session: Negotiating the Contested: Structure, Politics and Ideology in Southern Africa. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Charles, Eunice (Campbell University). Pan-Africanism and French-Speaking Africa: The Ligue de Defénse de la Race Nègre, 1926-1931. Sylvia Jacobs (North Carolina Central University), Discussant. Hosted by the North Carolina National Humanities Center and sponsored by the African and Afro-American Studies Curriculum of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 19 March 1983.

Cooper, Barbara (Gallatin School, New York University). The Poetics and Politics of Pilgrimage. Session Title: Religious Practice in West Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 12 April 1997.

Cordell, Dennis (Southern Mississippi University). Secondary Empire and Slave Raiding Beyond the Islamic Frontier in Northern Equatorial Africa: The Cases of Bandas Hakim and Said Baldas. Roberta Ann Dunbar (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Discussant. Hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University, 11 February 1978.

Cummings, Robert J. (Howard University). Interior Support for Regional Trade: The Akamba Case, 1800-1840. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Howard University, 19 March 1977.

Davis, Jr., R. Hunt (University of Florida). Africa and the American Media: New Racism or the Same Old Racism?. Session Title: Africa and the American Media: New Racism or New Realism? Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Atlanta University Center and Emory University, 2 March 1985.

DeLancey, Mark W. (University of South Carolina at Columbia).

DeLancey, Virginia (University of South Carolina at Columbia). The Impact of Credit Unions Within the Agricultural Sector of Cameroon. Session Title: Institutions, James Seale (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Dennis, Rutledge (Virginia Commonwealth University). [Paper on African Intellectual and Political Change, Title Unknown]. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University, Second Meeting of 1978-79.

Devriendt, Jeroen (University of Ghent, Belgium). Afro-Americans on America and Africa: Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and Louis Farrakhan, Critical Discourse Analysis. Session Title: Resources and Remembrances: Africans in the Americas. Jonathan Reynolds (Livingstone College), Discussant. Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 28 October 2000.

Dhada, Mustapha (Clark Atlanta). The Blue Eyes of Yonji: Flora Gomes as Critique of Guinea-Bisau Society. Cathy Skidmore-Hess (Georgia Southern University), Discussant. Session: History, Society, and Multimedia in Africa. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Dunbar, Roberta Ann (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).

Durrill, Wayne (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Plenitude to Penury: The Majarteen Sultanate and Economic Change in Northern Somalia. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 6 October 1984.

Du Toit, Brian (University of Florida). Climateric Research in Southern Africa: Conceptualization of a Study and Review of Preliminary Findings. Ismail Abdallah (College of William and Mary) and Louis Ouedraogo (Emory University and Department of Health, Burkina Faso), Discussants. Session Title: Choices in Health Care. Program Title: "Health for All by the Year 2000": Public Policy Concerns and Planning Issues, Past and Present. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 28 February 1987.

Edgar, Robert. Bones of Contention: The Return of Nonteta, an Eastern Cape Prophet. Kenneth Wilburn, Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 17 October 1998.

Edwards, Lillie Johnson (University of North Carolina). Mothers, Wives, and Missionaries: Black American Women in Africa. Lucie G. Colvin (University of Maryland, Baltimore Country), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 15 October 1983.

Elad, Renata (University of Georgia). Traditional Land Tenure and Agricultural Productivity. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Program, University of Georgia, Athens, 12 March 1994.

Eldredge, Elizabeth (University of North Carolina at Greensboro). The 'Mfecane' Reconsidered: The Origins of Violence in Southern Africa, ca. 1800-1830. Richard Watson (North Carolina Wesleyan), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 13 October 1990.

El-Khawas, Mohamed A. (Federal City College).

El-Safi, Ahmed. [Untitled paper on medical technology transfer]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Elliot, Sheila L. Interest Groups in Africa: the Case of Somali Woman's Democratic Organization. Session Title: Government and Education. Ann Dunbar, Discussant. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Ellovich, Risa. Dioula Women in Town: A View of Intra-Ethnic Behavioral Variation. Jean O'Barr (Duke University), Discussant. Hosted by North Carolina Central University, 18 November 1978.

Ewald, Janet (Duke University). Soldiers, Traders and Slaves: The Political Economy of the Upper Nile Valley System in the 19th Century. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 6 October 1984.

Fako, Thabo. [Untitled paper on African responses to Western medical systems]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Farmer, Eric (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). The Sally Mugabe Scholars Project. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 17 October 1998.

Fatton, Robert (University of Virginia). Clientelism and Patronage in Senegal. Sulayman Nyang (Howard University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 12 October 1985.

Filatova, Irina (Moscow State University and Fellow in the Yale University Southern Africa Research Program--SARP). African Studies at Moscow State University. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the College of Charleston, 13 April 1991.

Fon, Augustin (University of Georgia). Women and Development in Cameroon. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Program, University of Georgia, Athens, 12 March 1994.

Gallagher, Nancy. [Untitled paper on Islamic adaptations to African healing traditions]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Gibbs, Paul (University of Florida). Livestock Disease in Sub-Sahara Africa as a Constraint on Agricultural Development. Dirk Mattheisen (World Bank), Discussant. Session Title: Environment and Health issues for Human and Animal Populations. Program Title: "Health for All by the Year 2000": Public Policy Concerns and Planning Issues, Past and Present. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 28 February 1987.

Goheen, Miriam (Amherst College). Big Men, Farm Women and Rural Self-Sufficiency; Land Concentration and the Subsistence Farm. Session Title: Production, David Knauft (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, the University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Good, Charles M. (Virginia Polytechnic University and Harvard School of Public Health).

Gordon, Andrew J. (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Schemas for the Body and Disease: The Way of the Fulani Explored. M. Alpha Bah (College of Charleston), Discussant. Hosted by the College of Charleston, South Carolina, 20 April 1996.

Gordon, April (Winthrop College).

Gordon, Donald (Furman University). The Relationship Between Cameroon's Rural and Urban problems: Flipsides of the Same Coin. Session Title: Distribution and Consumption, Joseph Conrad (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Green, December (University of South Carolina). Popularism in Health Care: A Mirage in Somalia?. Session Title: Refugees and Health. Pam Delargy, Discussant. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Grier, Beverly (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Underdevelopment, Modes of Production and the State in Colonial Ghana. Virginia DeLancey (University of South Carolina at Columbia), Discussant. Conference Title: African Economic Development. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 23 February 1980.

Guseh, James (North Carolina Central University). The State, Democracy, and Development in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 3 April 1999.

Harris, Joseph E. (Howard University). Coast African Politics in Kenya, 1940-60. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Howard University, 19 March 1977.

Hartweg, Gerald (Duke University).

Hendrickson, Joy (Ahmadu Bello University). African Ideas of Human Rights. Tom Howard (Virginia Tech), Discussant. Hosted by the College of Charleston, 13 April 1991.

Hoehler-Fatton, Cynthia (University of Virginia). Indigenization: Reflections on a Central Idea in the Contemporary Study of Religion in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 5 October 1996.

Hollist, Onipede (University of Tampa). So the Past Does Not Die: A Reading of Recent African Immigrant Experiences in America. Session Title: Resources and Remembrances: Africans in the Americas. Jonathan Reynolds (Northern Kentucky University), Discussant. Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 28 October 2000.

Howard, Thomas C. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University). The United States and the Origins of Higher Education in West Africa. (1975-76, data incomplete).

Huff, Curtis (United States Information Agency). The Future of Academic Exchange Programs. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 5 October 1996.

Idoye, Patrick (Tennessee State University). Feni Osofisan and the Search for a Democratic Governance in Africa. Olasope O. Oyelaran (Winston-Salem State University), Discussant. Hosted by the African Studies Program, University of Georgia, Athens, 12 March 1994.

Iverson, Shepherd (The Johns Hopkins University) and Ken Mufuka (Lander University, South Carolina). Zimbabwe's Population and Unemployment Nightmare. April Gordon (Winthrop University, South Carolina), Discussant. Hosted by the College of Charleston, South Carolina, 20 April 1996.

Jackson, Nathaniel (Clark College). Africa and the Media: An Essay. Session Title: Africa and the American Media: New Racism or New Realism? Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Atlanta University Center and Emory University, 2 March 1985.

Jacobs, Sylvia M. (North Carolina Central University). Afro-American Women Missionaries in the Congo, 1894-1937. Tom Champ (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Discussant. Hosted by the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 10 November 1979.

Janzen, John M. Changing Concepts of African Therapeutics: A Historical Perspective, keynote address. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Jewisiewicki, Bogumil (Laval University). From Belgian-Congo to Zaire: More Development or More Exploitation. Rene LeMarchand (University of Florida), Discussant. Hosted by the University of Florida, 29 January 1982.

Johns III, Sheridan (Duke University).

Judy, William (USAID). The Role of Cameroon in Agricultural Research Higher Education in West and Central Africa. Session Title: Institutions, James Seale (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Kidula, Jean (University of Georgia). Where is Your Tradition? On the Problematics of an African Ethnomusicologist Research on Christian Musics." Cathy Skidmore-Hess (Georgia Southern University), Discussant. Session: History, Society, and Multimedia in Africa. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Koons, Adam (Washington, DC). Reaching Rural Women in the Northwest Province: A Presentation of More Ways in which Women are Not Men. Session Title: Production, David Knauft (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, the University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Kuchinsky, Michael (University of South Carolina). Christian Mission and Church in Cameroon: Continuity and Change in a Transforming Time. Session Title: Religious Practice in West Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 12 April 1997.

LaGamma, Robert (Office of African Affairs, USIA). USIA: Its Exchanges, Programs and Democratization in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 3 October 1992.

Laing, Annette (Georgia Southern University). Heathens and Infidels: African Christianization and the Anglican Mission in the Low Country, 1700-1750. Jonathan Reynolds (Northern Kentucky University), Discussant. Session Title: Of Conversion, Coercion, and Disease: Colonial Societies in Comparison. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Lanz, Tobias J. (University of South Carolina at Columbia). The Political Economy of Deforestation in Nigeria. Jeff Neff (Western Carolina University), Discussant. Hosted by Bennett College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 20 March 1993.

LaPointe, Mark (Center for Disease Control).

Leaver, David (University of Cincinnati and Raymond Walters). Whites in Zimbabwean Historiography 'Hapana Mutsauko' its 'The Same Difference'. Aran MacKinnon, Discussant. Session Title: Twisting in the Winds of Change: Interpreting Current Crises in Southern Africa. Hosted by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 28 October 2000.

Love, Jan and Peter C. Sederberg (University of South Carolina). From Relief to Self-Sufficiency: Implementing Refugee Policy in Somalia. Pam Delargy, Discussant. Session Title: Refugees and Health. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Luongo, Kate (University of Iowa). The Clitorectiomy Controversy in Kenya: the 'Woman's Affair' that Wasn't. Nyaga Mwaniki (Western Carolina University), Discussant. Session: Morality and the State. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Mabutla, Frank Gansi (Livingstone College). The Fate of Traditional Leaders in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Aran MacKinnon (State University of West Georgia), Discussant. Session: Changing Identities and Roles: Tradition Reconfigured. Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, 7 April 2001.

MacKinnon, Aran (State University of West Georgia).

Manchelle, François (Georgia Southern University). Garveyism in French West Africa, 1920-1932. Michael Williams (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) and Elizabeth Normandy (Pembroke State University), Discussants. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 3 March 1990.

Mann, Kristin (Emory University). Marriage and Class Formation in Colonial Lagos. Sylvia Jacobs (North Carolina Central University), Discussant. Hosted by North Carolina Central University, 7 February 1981.

Manning, Patrick (Northeastern University). Cameroon Historical Statistics, 1900-1980: Foreign Trade and Government Revenue. Session Title: Distribution and Consumption, Christina Gladwin (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Maphai, Vincent (University of the Western Cape, South Africa). The Dilemma of Education in South Africa. Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran (Winston-Salem State University), Discussant. Hosted by Fayetteville State University, North Carolina, 8 April 1995.

Marable, Manning (Tuskegee Institute). Session: [Subject: African Ideology], Chair. [Paper on Ideological Aspects of Southern Africa, Title Unknown]. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University, 11 February 1979.

Marks, Stuart A. (University of Zambia [lst Paper] and North Carolina State University [2nd Paper]).

Mason, John (University of Virginia). "Some Religion He Must Have": Slaves, Sufis and Conversion to Islam at the Cape.. Jonathan Reynolds (Northern Kentucky University), Discussant. Session Title: Of Conversion, Coercion, and Disease: Colonial Societies in Comparison. Hosted by Armstrong Atlantic State University, 16 October 1999.

Mathabane, Mark (Kernersville, NC). Writing the South African Experience. Cone Center, Room 112. Comments from the Audience. Sponsored by SASASAAS. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 3 April 1999.

Matusevich, Maxim (University of Illinois). The Nigerian Perestroika Debate. Jonathan Reynolds (Northern Kentucky University), Discussant. Session: Justice and Political Culture in Nigeria. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Mbuia-Joao, Tomé (Silver Spring, Maryland). Old Allies, New Enemies: The Sultans of Malindi and the Portuguese at Mombasa, 1590-1614. Mario Azevedo (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 13 October 1990.

McDermott, Ken (University of Florida). Agricultural Technology Innovation Institutions in Cameroon. Session Title: Institutions, James Seale (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

McMillan, Della E. (University of Kentucky). New Lands Settlement, Disease Control and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dirk Mattheisen (World Bank), Discussant. Session Title: Environment and Health issues for Human and Animal Populations. Program Title: "Health for All by the Year 2000": Public Policy Concerns and Planning Issues, Past and Present. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 28 February 1987.

Mekenye, Reuben (California State University). The African Role in the Failure of South African Colonialism, 1902-1910: The Case of Lesotho. Aron S. MacKinnon (University of Western Georgia), Discussant. Session: Negotiating the Contested: Structure, Politics and Ideology in Southern Africa. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Menkhaus, Kenneth (University of South Carolina [lst Paper] and Davidson College [2nd Paper]).

Messine, Ombionoyo and Diendonne Teukam (University of Florida). Animal Production in Cameroon: Constraints and Perspectives. Session Title: Production, David Knauft (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Meyers, B. David (University of North Carolina at Greensboro). Changing U.S. Security Assistance Policy to East Africa: 1977-1986. Sheridan Johns, Discussant. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 25 April 1986.

Mfoulou, Jean (University of Yaounde). Agricultural Education for Food Self-Sufficiency in Cameroon. Session Title: Policy, Kathryn Green (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Miller, Joseph (University of Virginia).

Mokeba, Harry Mbella (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Development Philosophy in Cameroon: An Examination of Government Policy Towards the Rural Dweller. Session Title: Policy, Kathryn Green (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Mphahlele, Ezekiel (Visiting Professor, University of South Carolina). Culture in an Apartheid Society. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 8 April 1989.

Mpoame, Mbida (University Centre of Dschang). The University Centre of Dschang and Its Development. Session Title: Institutions, James Seale (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Mufuka, Kenneth Nyamayaro (Lander College).

Mukenge, T. L. (Morris Brown College). From Value Orientation to Political Economy: Perspectives on African Underdevelopment. Earl Picard (Atlanta University), Discussant. Hosted by Atlanta University Center and Emory University, 2 March 1985.

Murphree, Marshall (Duke University). Contemporary Development Issues in Africa: the Zimbabwe Example. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Virginia, 7 November 1981.

Mwaniki, Nyaga (Western Carolina University). The Consequences of Land Subdivision in Northern Embu, Kenya. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina, 25 October 1997.

Mzamane, Mbulelo Vizikhungo (University of Georgia). Cultural Reconstruction in Port-Apartheid South Africa. Ken Vickery (North Carolina State University) and Mthboli Guma (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Discussants. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 3 March 1990.

Ndaume, Mpwate (University of South Carolina at Columbia). The End of the Cold War and Africa: Consequences and Alternatives for the Future. Dennis Ogirre (Johnson C. Smith University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 15 October 1994.

Ngcokovane, Cecil (Emory University). Ideological and Legitimacy Crisis in the Apartheid Regime. Vernan Rose (Independent Scholar, Durham, North Carolina), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 12 October 1985.

Nkwi, Paul (University of Yaounde). Agricultural Technology Innovation Institutions in Cameroon. Session Title: Policy, Sherman Pasley (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Comments from the Audience. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Nmoma, Veronica (University of North Carolina at Charlotte).

Nnadozie, Emmanuel (Northeast Missouri State University). Dutch Disease and the Non-Industrial Sector: Oil Exports and Food Production Instability in Nigeria. Scott Brunger (Maryville College, Tennessee), Discussant. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 21 March 1992.

Nyang, Sulayman Saul (Howard University).

Nyang'oro, Julius (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). On the Concept of Corporation and the African State. Scott Brunger (Maryville College), Discussant. Hosted by Atlanta University Center and Emory University, 2 March 1985.

Nyinguro, Phillip O. (University of South Carolina). The External Factor in Kenya's Democratization Process. Session Title: Political Change in East Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 12 April 1997.

Ogirri, Dennis (Johnson C. Smith University). An Empirical Study of Land Reform in Nigeria. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 3 April 1999.

Ojaide, Tanure (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). The Way We Sing and Tell: Defining African Poetic Aesthetics. Olasope Oyelaran (Winston-Salem State University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 15 October 1994.

Okereafoezeke, Nonso (Western Carolina University).

Olivier, S.J. [Untitled paper on African reponses to Western medical systems]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

O'Sullivan, John M. (North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University [first paper] and Center for Rural Development, Tuskegee Institute [second paper] ).

O'Toole, Thomas (St. Cloud State University). Afrocentrism: Deja Vu All Over Again? Mario Azevedo (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) and Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran (Winston-Salem State University), Discussants. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 19 October 1991.

Ouédraogo, Jean (University of Georgia). From D-Day to Doum Day: The Literary and Historical Journey of the 'tirailleurs Sénégalais'. Mario Azevedo (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Discussant. Hosted by the College of Charleston, South Carolina, 20 April 1996.

Oyelaran, Olasope O. (Winston-Salem State University) and Michael Olu. Adediran (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria). Citizenship and National Identity: the African Perspective. Robert Mundt, (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Discussant. Hosted by Bennett College, Greensboro, North Carolina, 20 March 1993.

Page, Melvin (East Tennessee State University). Toward Understanding an African Philosophy of History. Tom O'Toole (St. Cloud State University) and Gary Ferraro (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Discussants. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 8 April 1989.

Parson, Jack (College of Charleston).

Patterson, K. David (University of North Carolina at Charlotte).

Patterson, Robert P (North Carolina State University). Problems and Prospects for Improving Food Availability in Africa Today. Kenneth F. Hackett (Catholic Relief Services) and Charles Stevens (Western Carolina University), Discussants. Hosted by Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC, 27 March 1982.

Patton, Jr. Adell (Howard University).

Poggo, Scopas (Ohio State University, Mansfield). The Changing Pattern of Marriage among the Kuku People of the Southern Sudan, 1900-2001. Aran Mackinnon (University of Western Georgia), Discussant. Session: Changing Identities and Roles: Tradition Reconfigured. Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, 7 April 2001.

Priebe, Richard K. (Virginia Commonwealth University).

Pwono, Mandondo (University of Pittsburg). Music and Politics in Africa. Program Title: Arts and Culture in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Committee, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 18 September 1987.

Reefe, Thomas (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). [Paper on the Teaching of Africa, Title Unknown]. Thomas O'Toole (University of St. Cloud), Discussant. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 17 February 1979.

Rich, Jeremy (Indiana University). A Workman is Worthy of His Meat: Food Consumption, Urban Identity and Labor in Colonial Libreville (Gabon), 1860-1900. Aran Mackinnon (University of Western Georgia), Discussant. Session: Changing Identities and Roles: Tradition Reconfigured. Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, 7 April 2001.

Robins, Melinda B. (Emerson College). Linking African Women: Critical Perspectives on Internet Initiatives. Nyaga Mwaniki (Western Carolina University), Discussant. Session: Travel Courses and the Internet in Africa. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Robinson, Randall (Transafrica). [Untitled speech on African affairs]. Co-convened with SASASAAS. Hosted by University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2 April 1999.

Rosenbloom, Arlan. [Untitled paper on medical technology transfer]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Rubongoya, Joshua B. and Janice M. Saunders (Roanoke College). Travel Courses in Africa, the Small Liberal Arts Experience. Nyaga Mwaniki (Western Carolina University), Discussant. Session: Travel Courses and the Internet in Africa. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Sagay, Anirejuoritse (Virginia Commonwealth University).

Saunders, Janice M. and Joshua B. Rubongoya (Roanoke College). Travel Courses in Africa, the Small Liberal Arts Experience. Nyaga Mwaniki (Western Carolina University), Discussant. Session: Travel Courses and the Internet in Africa. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 15 April 2000.

Schraeder, Peter J. (University of South Carolina). The Novels of Nuruddin Farah: The Socio-Political Evolution of a Somali Writer. Richard Priebe, Discussant. Session Title: Literature. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Schwimmer, Brian (University of Manitoba). The Structure and Performance of Agricultural Marketing in the Northwest Province, Cameroon. Session Title: Distribution and Consumption, Christina Gladwin (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Scott, Patrick (University of South Carolina at Columbia). The Significance of Ngugi's Recent Writing, or Why Ngugi May Not Want the Nobel Prize and Why He Should Get It. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Program, University of Georgia, Athens, 12 March 1994.

Sederberg, Peter C. and Jan Love (University of South Carolina). From Relief to Self-Sufficiency: Implementing Refugee Policy in Somalia. Pam Delargy, Discussant. Session Title: Refugees and Health. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 26 April 1986.

Shanklin, Eugenia (Trenton State College). Accelerated Development in the Grassfields?: A Consideration of Historical and Contemporary Strategies. Session Title: Policy, Sherman Pasley (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Siegel, Brian (Furman University).

Sigwalt, Richard (Radford College).

Simpson, Jr., George L. (High Point University, North Carolina). Land and Murder in Colonial Kenya: The Leroghi Land Dispute. Kenneth Vickery (North Carolina State University), Discussant. Hosted by Fayetteville State University, North Carolina, 8 April 1995.

Skidmore-Hess, Cathy (Georgia Southern University). Wild Places and Wild Peoples: Economics, Environment, and Labor in Northern Botswana. John Mason (University of Virginia), Discussant. Session Title: Tradition and the State in Southern Africa. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 12 April 1997.

Skora, Kara Ellis (University of Virginia). A Duel with Death: Asante Sacred Orature and Its Implications for Modern Attitudes Towards Death in Kumase. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 4 October 1996.

Smaldone, Joseph (U.S. State Department). Algeria: Politics and Economics. Shahrough Akhavi and Kenneth Perkins (University of South Carolina), Discussants. Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 12 April 1980.

Small, Parker. [Untitled paper on medical technology transfer]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Smith, Ester (Benedict College). Inequality in the Colonial Period: Images of Women in African Literature. Edna Bay (Emory University), Discussant. Hosted by North Carolina Central University, 7 February 1981.

Smith, James W. (Virginia State University). The Significance of Virginia Negroes in the Colonization and Development of Liberia. Stephen Innes (University of Virginia), Discussant. Hosted by the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 10 November 1979.

Sosne, Elinor (Hollins College).

Spalding, Nancy (East Carolina University). The Political Culture of Democracy in Nigeria: An Appliation of Cultural Theory in an African Context. Joy Hendrickson, (Hampton University), Discussant. Hosted by Virginia State University, Petersburg, 23 October 1993.

Spring, Anita. [Untitled paper on women and healing]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Steinhart, Edward I. (Texas Tech and Old Dominion University).

Stubina, Rod (University of Florida). Participatory Natural Resource Management and Pastoral Realities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina, 25 October 1997.

Summers, Carol (University of Richmond). Educational Controversies: African Activism and the Politics of Education in Zimbabwe, 1919-1934. Kenneth Vickery (North Carolina State University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 3 October 1992.

Sanneh, Lamin. [Untitled paper on African responses to Western medical systems]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Taylor, Christopher C. (University of Virginia). Milk, Honey, and Money: Concepts of Pathology in Rwanda. Ismail Abdallah (College of William and Mary) and Louis Ouedraogo (Emory University and Department of Health, Burkina Faso), Discussants. Session Title: Choices in Health Care. Program Title: "Health for All by the Year 2000": Public Policy Concerns and Planning Issues, Past and Present. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 28 February 1987.

Teukam, Diendonne and Ombionoyo Messine (University of Florida). Animal Production in Cameroon: Constraints and Perspectives. Session Title: Production, David Knauft (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Comments from the Audience. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Thompson, Elizabeth (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Botswana: Inequality in Government Services Between Rural and Urban Areas. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Emory University, 11 April 1981.

Turner, Thomas (Wheeling Jesuit College).

Turshen, Meredith. [Untitled paper on women and healing]. Conference Title: African Healing Strategies. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of Florida, 8 March 1984.

Tyson, Carol Henderson (Howard University). Impact of Education on Class Stratification, Nairobi, Kenya. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Howard University, 19 March 1977.

Vail, Leroy (University of Virginia).

Vickery, Kenneth (North Carolina State University).

Vinson, Robert (Howard University and the University of Virginia). 'What's Wrong with Those Seas Kaffirs?' The Radicalization of West Indian Garveyites in Cape Town, c. 1920. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 3 April 1999.

Vlach, John Michael (University of Maryland). The Shotgun House: An African Architectural Legacy. (1975-76, data incomplete).

Wagner, Patricia (University of Florida). Nutrition Policy Planning in National Development. Session Title: Distribution and Consumption, Joseph Conrad (University of Florida), Chair. Conference Title: Development in Cameroon: The Role of Food and Agriculture. Conference and SERSAS hosted by the Center for African Studies, University of Florida, 8 April 1988.

Waller, Richard (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Concepts) and Bucknell University (Reflections).

Watson, Richard L. (North Carolina Wesleyan College).

White, Landeg (University of Zambia) and Leroy Vail (University of Virginia). The Struggle for Mozambique: Capitalist Rivalries and Their Impact, 1900-1945. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University, 7 April 1979.

Widner, Jennifer (Duke University). Ethnicity in Kenya. Session Title: Ethnicity and Labor in East and Central Africa. Jack Parson (College of Charleston), Discussant. Hosted by Duke University, 11 October 1986.

Wilburn, Kenneth E. (East Carolina University).

Wilentz, Gay (East Carolina University). Handing Down the Future: the Use of Orature in the Works of Contemporary West African Women Writers. Program Title: Arts and Culture in Africa. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the African Studies Committee, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 18 September 1987.

Williams, Bob (Livingstone College). Monuments and Public Space in South Africa. Kenneth Wilburn (East Carolina University), Discussant. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 17 October 1998.

Wyatt, Judy L. and Ronald Atkinson (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Preparing Black Principals for Educational Leadership in South Africa: A Program for Change. Kenneth Wilburn (East Carolina University), Discussant. Hosted by Western Carolina University, 19 October 1991.


Roundtables:

Academic's Encounters in Southern Africa, Summer, 1986. Rita Barnard-Munson (Duke University), Mark DeLancey (University of South Carolina), Sheila Elliot (University of South Carolina), Sheridan Johns (Duke University), and Richard Watson (Wesleyan College). Hosted by Duke University, 10 October 1986.

Africa and the American Media: New Racism or New Realism? Nathaniel Jackson (Clark College) and R. Hunt Davis (University of Florida). Hosted by Atlanta University, 2 March 1985.

Africa Now: A Discussion Led by SERSAS Members Who Have Recently Returned from Africa. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 5 October 1996.

African Studies in the Southeast: Entering the Mainstream with the Pending (1988) Transfer of the Secretariat of the African Studies Association to Emory University, Atlanta. Edna Bay (Emory University), ASA Board Member and Executive Secretary-Designate; Nzongola-Ntalaja (Howard University), ASA Vice-President and President-Elect; Mario Azevedo (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), ASA Board Member; Pauline Baker (Carnegie Endowment), ASA Board Member; Mark DeLancey (University of South Carolina), ASA Board Member; Joseph C. Miller (University of Virginia), ASA Board Member; Ann Dunbar (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), former ASA Board Member; and Robert J. Cummings (Howard University), former ASA President. Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 28 February 1987.

Change in Southern Africa: Reality or Charade?. December Green (The Citadel), Girma Negash (University of South Carolina at Aiken), and Sheila Elliott (University of South Carolina at Columbia). Hosted by the University of South Carolina at Columbia, 2 March 1990.

Contemporary Southern African Writers. SASASAAS members. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2 April 1999.

Democratization and Social Change in Africa. Botswana: Jack Parson (College of Charleston), Tanzania: Julius Nyang'oro (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Sierre Leone: Will Gesler (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Somalia: Mr. Said (University of South Carolina), and Kenya: Nancy Spalding (East Carolina University). Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 13 October 1990.

Democratization and Social Change in Africa. Chair: Julius Nyang'oro (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), South Africa: Matthew Holden (University of Virginia), Zimbabwe/South Africa: Dale McKinley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Rwanda: Catharine Newbury (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Kenya: David Throup (Keele University), and Cote d'Ivoire: Jeanne Toungara (University of Virginia). Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 3 October 1992.

Democratization and Social Change in Africa. Mozambique: Tomé Mbuia-Joao (Voice of America), Niger: Debra Boyd-Buggs (Wake Forest University), and Nigeria: Robert Mundt (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). Hosted by Virginia State University, Petersburg, 23 October 1993.

Democratization and Social Change in Africa. Ghana: Kwame Boateng (University of Tennessee), South Africa: Sheridan Johns (Duke University), Botswana: Winston Kinsey (Appalachian State University), Nigeria: Robert Mundt (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), and East Africa: Julius Nyang'oro (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 15 October 1994.

Development and Under-development in Contemporary Africa. Chair: Beverly Grier (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), with Robert Fatton (University of Virginia), John Ravenhill (University of Virginia), and Jon Strauss (University of Virginia). Hosted by the University of Virginia, 7 November 1981.

Health and Disease Conditions and Administrative Responses in Africa in the Twentieth Century. K. David Patterson (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) and the Audience. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 18 March 1978.

Imperialism in an African Context. Ruth Bishop, Chair of Roundtable. Hosted by Duke University, Second Meeting of 1978.

Military Regimes in Africa. Mark DeLancey (University of South Carolina at Columbia), Guy Gran (University of Wisconsin), Joseph Miller (University of Virginia), and Joseph Smaldone (University of Maryland), Discussants. Hosted by Hollins College, Roanoke, VA, 22 October 1977.

Recent and Important Events and Changes in Africa. Liberia and Sierra Leone: Alpha Bah (College of Charleston), Nigeria: Yomi Durotoye (Obafemi Awolowo University) and Akinsola Akiwowo (Obafemi Awolowo University), and Zimbabwe: Kenneth Vickery (North Carolina State University). Hosted by North Carolina Wesleyan College, 14 October 1995.

Recent and Important Events and Changes in Africa. Hosted by Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina, 25 October 1997.

Reflections on the Uses of African Literature for Teaching History and the Social Sciences. David Cohen (Johns Hopkins University) and Mbulelo Mzamane (University of Georgia and the University of Vermont). Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1 October 1988.

Trade or Aid? President Clinton's African Trade Initiative. UNCC Political Science Department and the Charlotte World Affairs Council. Hosted by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2 April 1999.

Transition from Independence to Colonial Rule, Then to Subordination to Present Central African Government Control. Hosted by Hollins College, Roanoke Virginia, 22 October 1977.

Using African Literature to Teach History and Sciences. Robert Mundt (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Girmah Nagash (University of South Carolina at Aiken), Karen Shelley (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Jeanne Maddox Toungara (University of Virginia), and Julia Clancy-Smith (University of Virginia). Hosted by the Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1 October 1988.


Videos:

Africans in Colonial Williamsburg. Comments from the Audience. Hosted by the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, 10 November 1979.


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