African Studies Association, ASA. San Francisco 2006 Conference. November 16-19. Local Arrangements Committee

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Local Arrangements Committee Sponsors

Generous gifts from the following institutions, organizations and individuals have made this San Francisco meeting a success:


Donations of $3000 and above

Santa Clara University, Provost and Dean of Arts and Sciences
University of California, Berkeley (comprising College of Letters and Sciences, Center for African Studies, International and Area Studies, Center for Middle East Studies, The Al-Falah Program, and the School of Public Health)


Donations of $2000 and above

University of California, Davis, Dean of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies
University of California, Irvine, School of Humanities and School of Social Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles, Coleman African Studies Center
University of California, Santa Barbara, College of Letters and Science and Division of Humanities and Fine Arts


Donations of $1000 and above

Mills College, Provost
Stanford University, Cantor Arts Center
Stanford University, Center for African Studies
University of San Francisco


Donations of $100 and above

David Groff, Linfield College, Oregon
California State University, Fresno
California State University, Sacramento
California State University, Stanislaus
San Francisco State University
University of California, Davis, Department of History and Department of Political Science
University of Oregon, African Studies and International Studies
University of Washington, African Studies Program


K-12 Teachers' Workshop

Thank you to the following organizations for their support of the K-12 Educators’ Workshop: San Francisco World Affairs Council, Bay Area Global Education Project (BAGEP), the Office of Resources for International and Area Studies (UC Berkeley), and the Outreach Council of the African Studies Association.


Museum of the African Diaspora

Thank you to the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) for co-coordinating special events with the Local Arrangements Committee for the benefit of ASA participants, and to the California Alliance of African-American Educators (CAAAE) for co-sponsoring the Wednesday evening reception at MoAD.

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