Ufahamu Fall Meeting

The editors of the graduate student journal Ufahamu will be holding their fall editorial meeting and invite those interested in participating to attend.

Monday, October 06, 2008
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
10383 Bunche Hall
10th floor
UCLA campus
Los Angeles, CA 90095

If you would like to contribute to the journal, the editors publish poetry, short stories, academic papers and articles, and more.  Check with the editors if you are interested in becoming a contributor to one of the oldest continuously published graduate student journals in the US.
From the Editors: 
If you have an interest in Africa or the Diaspora, come join us for our Fall meeting on Monday, October 6, 2008 in Bunche 10383 at 5:00 PM.  We hope you will consider participating in our editorial board (which is as time intensive as you choose).  This Monday we will be discussing our new online system for reviewers and some new ideas for the future of the journal.
We look forward to meeting you next Monday!
Kim Foulds & Amy Pojar
The Editors, Ufahamu
UFAHAMU has been an important forum for the publication of materials addressing Africa and the African Diaspora for more than 30 years.  Named after the Swahili word for comprehension, understanding or being, UFAHAMU is committed to views about social issues, addressing both the general reader and the scholar.  Since its establishment in 1970, UFAHAMU continues to challenge and correct misconceptions about Africa, thereby creating relevant criteria for African Studies.  It publishes material supportive of the African revolution and socially significant works of African history, politics, economics, sociology, anthropology, law, planning and development, literature and other topics about the continent and the African Diaspora.
UFAHAMU, A Journal of African Studies
10269 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Cost : Free and open to those interested in the Journal



Sponsor(s): African Studies Center, Ufahamu Graduate Student Journal.