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The African Literature Association is an independent non-profit professional society open to scholars, teachers and writers from every country. It exists primarily to facilitate the attempts of a world-wide audience to appreciate the efforts of African writers and artists. The organization welcomes the participation of all who produce the object of our study and hopes for a constructive interaction between scholars and artists. The ALA as an organization affirms the primacy of the African peoples in shaping the future of African literature and actively supports the African peoples in their struggle for liberation.
The ALA Bulletin (formerly the ALA Newsletter, volumes I-VII, 1974-1981), is published quarterly by the ALA for its members, and members receive substantial discounts when purshasing volumes of selected papers from the annual conferences of the ALA which take place in late March or April. Membership is for the calendar year. For further information about ALA membership please contact:
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