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
1984
Publisher: Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
3 pages
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