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21-Nov-11 - Huge success for Cambria Press at the 2011 African Studies Association (ASA) annual meeting!

Cambria Press thanks the African Studies Association for all their support in helping to make the 2011 African Studies Association (ASA) annual meeting a huge success.

The Cambria Press booth saw good traffic, especially between the sessions. There was strong interest in Cambria Press titles in African studies, especially for the works of Cambria Press authors who were presenting at sessions, including Professor Ana Lucia Araujo ( Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South Atlantic and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Interactions, Identities, and Images) and Professor Robert Maxon ( Britain and Kenya’s Constitutions, 1950–1960).

There were also many inquiries about the forthcoming book Africans in China by Professor Adams Bodomo. As the first book on the topic, the excitement about it is not at all surprising.

ASA members are reminded that the 30% discount for them and their libraries ends on December 15, 2011. The code is on the bookmark that was in the ASA conference tote bag which was sponsored by Cambria Press If you do not have your bookmark and need the discount code, which can be used on all hardcovers in the Cambria Press African studies collection, please contact Cambria Press at sales[at] .


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