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Publications. Series 1.
African Studies brochures and leaflets. 1964-1984; 1992-1997.
African Studies Center newsletter. 1969-2005.
Cover of African Musicology: Current Trends, Vol. 1. n.d.
Administrative Files. Series 2.
African language summer institute at Yale. 1993.
Building on Strong Foundations: Fundraising and Program Priorities for the Future- James S. Coleman African Studies Center. 1998.
Faculty advisory committee files. 1993-1994.
Faculty Africanists lists. 1961-1979.
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) and Title VI files. 1991; 1993-2000.
International and area studies summer institute for educators. 1996; 1997.
International and area studies summer institute for precollegiate and community college educators. 1993.
James S. Coleman African Studies Center biographical files. 1978-1986; 1993; 1999.
James S. Coleman African Studies Center outreach files. 1994-1995.
Kennedy Center African Arts Collaborative file. 1997.
M&J Travel, Touring and Business Services Center meeting file. 1996 Mar 15.
Master of Arts in African Area Studies (MAAS) files. 1989-1990; 1997-1998.
Program priorities funding planning documents. 1998.
South African internship program file. 1994.
Studies in African Linguistics administrative file. 1997-1998.
UC African Studies working group file. 1993-1997.
Visiting scholars biographical files. 1993-1994; 1999.
Proposals, Grants, Agreements. Series 3.
African Studies core course proposal in African Studies. 1990-1991.
Collaborative agreements with African colleges and universities. 1979-1995; 1997-1999.
Enhancing Outreach Programs on Africa at UCLA: The Development of Multimedia Resources proposal. 1998.
Establishing a Foundation for Multimedia Outreach on Africa: A Proposal to the Center for Digital Innovation (UCLA). 1997.
Fund raising activities proposal. n.d.
Globalization Research Center Consortium file. 2000.
James S. Coleman African Studies Center publication proposal. n.d.
James S. Coleman memorial lecture proposal. 1995.
Liberalization and Democratization in Africa conference proposal. 1992.
Regime Change and Democratization Revisited in Comparative Perspective conference proposal. n.d.
UCLA Center for International and Strategic Affairs proposal. 1985.
Reports and Reviews. Series 4.
African Area Studies program report. 1993.
African Studies Center internal audit report. 1985.
African Studies student enrollment report. 1994-1995.
Graduate Council Review of the Interdepartmental Program in African Area Studies and Response of the Committee. 1987-1988.
James S. Coleman African Studies Center annual report. 1991-1992; 1995-1996.
Master of Arts in African Area Studies (MAAS) degree program five year review. 1975; 1980.
National Resource Center and African Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program performance report. 1993-1994.
UCLA area studies programs status reports. 1979-1984.
UCLA Committee on International and Comparative Studies activities report. 1975 Oct.
Ufahamu review file. 1986-1988.
Conference and Event Files. Series 5.
180 Degrees: Contemporary Art from sub-Sarahan Africa exhibition file. 1995.
African Community Resource Center's African awards dinner event file. 1997.
Boniface Obichere memorial service. 1997.
Dr. James Kamusikiri correspondence file. 1998.
Fowler symposium file. 1995.
Miscallaneous event flyers. 1990-1992.
Nelson Mandela visit file. 1990.
Olusegun Obasanjo Regent's lecture file. 1994.
Soumano Sako Regent's lecture file. 1996.
South African Film Festival files. 1995-1996.
Wole Soyinka event file. 1995.
Photographs and albums. Series 6.
African Studies Center renaming ceremony. 1989.
Ali Mazrui lecture. 1993.
Education forum on the Congo. n.d.
Emerging African markets: Trade and investment, prospects and opportunities conference. 1999.
Event photos. 1982; 1992; 1995; 1996; 1999.
Faculty, student, and visitor photos. 1957; 1990; 1995-1996; 1998; 2002; n.d.
Lecture, conference, forum, symposium, panel, and workshop photos. 1996; 1997; 1999; 2000; 2002.
Miscallaneous negatives. n.d.
Office pictures. 1990-1999.
Summer institute for teachers. 1998; 1999.
Which Way Africa conference. 1999 Winter Quarter.