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The Kansas African Studies Center embodies the interdisciplinary interests of Africanists at the University of Kansas. The Center's mission includes coordinating the African Studies program, sponsoring research and outreach initiatives, enhancing the curriculum, organizing conferences, acquiring library and related resources, and raising funds to make these activities possible.

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Fall 2014
 

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Summer African Language Institute

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Congratulations to all of our FLAS Fellows!
Students to study African languages with FLAS fellowships | The University of Kansas
Students to study African languages with FLAS fellowships Mon, 05/18/2015 LAWRENCE — The Kansas African Studies Center (KASC) has awarded Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships to 19 students for the study of five African languages this summer and during the 2015-16 academic year. The…

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