AFRICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING, October 25-28, 1984
by Ned Alpers, Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
with Carol Thompson
Pacific Palisades, California, United States
Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
Letter to people on ACAS panels at the African Studies Association (ASA) meeting in Los Angeles. The first ACAS panel is: SOUTHERN AFRICA AND CENTRAL AMERICA: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON DESTABILIZATION AND INTERVENTION Chair: Jean Sindab (Washington Office on Africa). Panelists: William Minter (Africa News) "Southern Africa"; E. Bradford Burns (University of California, Los Angeles), "Central America"; William Appleman Williams (Oregon State University), "United States Global Policy"; and Steven Metz, (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), "Proxies from the Right: Nicaragua and Mozambique." The second panel is: SOUTHERN AFRICA AND CENTRAL AMERICA: PROBLEMS OF SOCIALIST TRANSFORMATION Chair: Edward A. Alpers (University of California, Los Angeles). Panelists: James H. Mittelman (University of Denver) and Lee Cokorinos (University of California, Riverside), "Mozambique and Zimbabwe"; Richard Harris (Columbia University), "Nicaragua"; Norma Chinchilla (California State University, Long Beach), "Latin American Revolutionary Strategies and Socialist Transformation"; Discussant: Carol B. Thompson (University of Southern California). The mailing includes a memorandum to ASA Panel Chairs from Carol Thompson.
Used by permission of several co-chairs of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers