From October 25 to 28, 2023, the 5th Biennial Conference of the African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) will be held in Lubumbashi, DRC. The theme chosen for this edition is Rapatrier l’Afrique: Problématiques anciennes, perspectives critiques! The conference is organized in Lubumbashi by the Arrupe Center for Research and Training (CARF), University New Horizons (UNH) and Centre d’Art Waza.
Find here the announcement in support of the 5th ASAA2023 Biennial Conference.
Toussaint KAFARHIRE, SJ, PhD, Director of CARF and President of ASAA, Alexis TAKIZALA, Professor Emeritus, Rector of UNH and President of the Local Organizing Committee, Jean-Paul BIRURU, African linguist, University of Lubumbashi, Patrick MUDEKEREZA, WAZA Art Center and Mandela KAUMBA, Archaeologist.
The African Studies Association of Africa (https://as-aa.org) is organizing its 5th biennial conference in Lubumbashi, DRC. During this celebration of its 10th anniversary, ASAA will host the International Congress of African and African Diaspora Studies (ICAADS) (https://icaadscongress.com). Conferences will be held at two different sites, at CARF and UNH.
The online registration form that will also include information related to your diet restrictions will be available online from July 15, 2023. Full conference registration fee payment covers:
Conference bag and materials
Cocktail during the Conference opening evening
2 Coffee breaks.
Internet access at conference sites
For Congolese participants, academics will pay a preferential fee of 150 USD and 80 USD for the students. African students who submitted an abstract can also apply for scholarship to attend the conference should they need financial help.
Please contact email@example.com The link for online payment is as follows: https://expresspaygh.com/asaa
The conference will be held in French and English. Simultaneous translation will be available during the plenary sessions. Participants will be encouraged to choose panels and workshops following both their research interest and the availability of the interpretation in breakup sessions.