Nka Roundtable Discussion

Once again I’m greatly indebted to one of my Facebook friends for this and think I should share it with you: Nka and Duke UP have cooperated for a roundtable discussion of influential scholars in the field of African arts. Here’s the introduction to the current roundtable which you can follow on the Duke UP’s website:

September 02, 2009

Nka Roundtable Discussion

Welcome to this august roundtable, organized by Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art. With a panel of 15 influential scholars in the field today, we will, in the next several weeks, engage crucial issues confronting the field and survey the gains, challenges, and prospects of contemporary African art within the discipline of art history. Readers are encouraged to send posts; however these will be moderated. This roundtable will be the first collaboration between with Duke University Press and Nka.

Convener:
Chika Okeke-Agulu (Princeton University)

Panelists:
Okwui Enwezor (San Francisco Art Institute), Elizabeth Harney (University of Toronto), Salah Hassan (Cornell University), dele jegede (Miami University, Ohio), Sidney Kasfir (Emory University), Dominique Malaquais (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris), Steven Nelson (UCLA), Ikem Stanley Okoye (University of Delaware), John Peffer, John Picton (Emeritus, SOAS), Peter Probst (Tufts University), Colin Richards (University of Witwatersrand), Frank Ugiomoh (University of Port Harcourt), Susan Vogel (Columbia University), Jessica Winegar (Northwestern University).

Roundtable discussion entries will be posted as they are received. Please check back to the Duke University Press Log and navigate to the Nka Roundtable category to engage in this conversation.

You can navigate through the various posts via the site’s blog archive and then let’s look forward to an interesting and challenging read!

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