African Studies Center Newsletter
Published each fall and spring by the James S. Coleman African Studies Center. Since its establishment in 1959, the African Studies Center at UCLA has been dedicated to teaching, research, and public understanding related to Africa. In 1985, the Center was named in honor of its founder, Professor James S. Coleman, whose pioneering scholarship marks him as one of the architects of African Area Studies throughout the world. Today, the James S. Coleman African Studies Center is one of the top centers of its kind in the United States.
- eNewsletter - Spring 2007
Newsletter of the UCLA African Studies Center.
- Newsletter Winter 2007
Inaugural eNewsletter - Like the rest of the world, the JSCASC is moving more and more of its activities online to reach wider audiences more quickly and efficiently and to take advantage of ever-evolving electronic media.
- Newsletter Fall 2005
The African Studies Center newsletter is published each fall and spring by the James S. Coleman African Studies Center.
- Newsletter, Spring 2005
The African Studies Center newsletter is published each fall and spring by the James S. Coleman African Studies Center,
- Newsletter Fall 2004
Special screening of "Hotel Rwanda", forum on the crisis in Darfur, Sudan and a student workshop on Careers in the International Field
- Newsletter, Spring 2004
Nigerian Vice President Speaks at UCLA
- Newsletter, Fall 2003
Acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Charles Snyder surveys the continent
- Newsletter Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
Special report on "TOWN HALL AND BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE" sponsored by ASC, Congresswoman Diane Watson and Constituency for Africa
- Newsletter, Spring 2002
Art and HIV/AIDS in Africa
- Newsletter, Fall 2001
Teacher's seminar on Africa
- Newsletter, Spring 2000
Celebrating 40th anniversary of African Studies at UCLA
- Newsletter, Fall 2000
Uongozi East Africa Institute summer participants share their experience.
- Newsletter, Fall 1999
Undersecretary of State for African Affairs Susan Rice discusses America's foreign policy towards Africa.
- Newsletter, Fall 1998
First East African Uongozi Institute