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AFRICA FORUM is a regular H-Africa column that features essays by, and interviews with, notable Africanists around the world. AFRICA FORUM seeks contributions from veteran and younger Africanist scholars in any field of African studies. While the usual procedure is that H-Africa's editors approach leading scholars, subscribers are encouraged to send to the editors names of anyone they feel would be prepared to contribute.

  • Africa Forum #1: African Studies in Africa: Quo Vadis?
    David Coplan, University of the Witwatersrand, Wednesday, 7 October 1998, 10:52:40
  • Africa Forum #2: Heritage and History
    Jane Carruthers, University of South Africa, Tuesday, 20 October 1998, 18:24:57

    Replies from:

    • Gretchen Walsh, Boston University, Wednesday, 28 October 1998, 13:22:31
    • Kenneth Wylie, Michigan State University, Thursday, 29 October 1998, 17:38:48
    • Mel Page, University of Natal, Durban, Friday, 30 October 1998, 12:54:58
    • Claire L. Dehon, Kansas State University, Monday, 2 November 1998, 04:30:12
    • Mel Page, University of Natal (Durban), Tuesday, 3 November 1998, 11:29:31
    • Marika Sherwood, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, Tuesday, 3 November 1998, 11:45:28
    • Peter Limb, University of Western Australia, Tuesday, 10 November 1998, 11:39:51
    • Manelisi Genge, Michigan State University, Thursday, 12 November 1998, 03:21:15
    • Brian Hosmer, University of Wyoming, Friday, 13 November 1998, 15:15:38
    • Peter Limb, University of Western Australia, Saturday, 21 November 1998, 07:08:26
  • Africa Forum #6: Photography and Colonial Vision
    Paul S. Landau, Yale University, Monday, 24 May 1999

    Replies from:

    • Peter Limb, University of Western Australian, Monday, 7 June 1999, 11:53:29
  • Africa Forum #7: Towards a State-less Central Africa? Some Theoretical Reflections
    Africa Forum #7: Vers une Afrique Centrale sans Etats - Quelques Reflexions Theoriques
    Stefaan Smis and Saskia Van Hoyweghen, the Brussels Centre of African Studies, 18 September 2000

    Respondents to "Towards a State-less Central Africa? Some Theoretical Reflections"/"Vers une Afrique Centrale sans Etats - Quelques Reflexions Theoriques":

    • Filip Reyntjens, University of Antwerp, Wednesday, 20 September 2000, 07:38:32
    • David Newbury, University of North Carolina, Thursday, 21 September 2000, 11:59:33

    D.R. Congo Interview:
    • David Moore, Economic History/Development Studies, University of Natal, Tuesday, 3 October 2000, 00:15:01

    Replies in English:

    • Peter Limb, University of Western Australia, Sunday, 24 September 2000, 13:15:07
    • Nikolai A. Dobronravin, St.Petersburg State University, Wednesday, 25 October 2000, 18:44:01

    Replies in French:

    • Daniel Tchapda, Professeur de philosophie, Vacataire a l'Universite de Douala, Friday, 29 September 2000, 13:04:33
    • Rene Otayek, Centre d'etude d'Afrique noire, Institut d'etudes politiques de Bordeaux, France, Wednesday, 25 October 2000, 08:43:52
  • Africa Forum #8: African Studies in Russia (English Edition)
    Africa Forum #8: African Studies in Russia (Russian Edition)
    Vladimir Shubin, Deputy Director, Institute for African Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 12 January 2001
  • Africa Forum #9: African Studies in the West Indies
    Alan Cobley, Senior Lecturer in African History and Dean, Faculty of Humanities, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, 25 February 2001
  • Africa Forum #10: African Studies in the Netherlands: a Brief Survey
    Jon Abbink, Chair, Netherlands Association for African Studies (NVAS), African Studies Centre (Leiden), and the Free University (Amsterdam), 11 Mar 2001
  • Africa Forum #11: African Studies in Japan
    John Edward Philips, Department of International Society, Hirosaki University, Japan, 14 August 2001
  • Africa Forum #12: African Studies in France (English Edition)
    Africa Forum #12: African Studies in France (French Edition; text somewhat different)
    Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch, Universite Paris, VII Denis Diderot, France, 27 August 2001


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First Online Edition: 7 October 1998
Last Revised: 5 February 2007


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