number 9 (spring/summer 1996)


Thanks to Larry Yarak (Texas A&M Univeristy) the Ghana Studies Council now has a Home Page on the World Wide Web. You can find us at:

We are also included on the "ASA Organizations" page at:

The GSC chair can still be reached at:

The following websites may also be of interest to GSC members:

Michigan State University, African Studies Center:

Association of Concerned African Scholars:

University of Wisconsin, African Studies:

Northwestern University, Program of African Studies:

University of Pennsylvania, African Studies Center:

African Book Collective, African Publishing Home Page:

Pan African Development Information Systems Newsletter:

USAfrica Online:

The following lists are also worth investigating. Generally, in order to subscribe, send an e-mail to LISTSERV at the indicated node with a message consisting of one line:
subscribe nameoflist yourfirstname yourlastname
[example: subscribe H-Africa Jean Allman]

*Africa-N: Africa News and Information service is at

*Afrlabor: an African Labour History discussion group at
The editor is Carolyn Brown, [subscriptions to afrlabor, not listserv]

*Afrique: a French-language discussion list at the Universite of Lyon (politics, culture, philosophy) is at

*Okyeame: A regular mailing list for Ghanaians is at
The web site is at

*H-Africa: an African history discussion list is at

*InterAfrica Group: A NGO Networking Service provides a bi-monthly round-up. Contact:

*Nuafrica: an open discussion group on African affairs can be found at

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