A Scholarly Organization Dedicated To African Diaspora Studies

We seek to establish Afro-Latin/American studies as a field that is distinguished by being international, interdisciplinary, inter-ethnic, comparative, and collegial.

ALARA 2021 Conference Registration

ALARA Membership is open to all those interested in African Diaspora Studies.

Conference Registration Fees

The conference registration fee is US $150.

PALARA: The Publication of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association

The Publication of the Afro-Latin/American Research Association (PALARA) is now open access and is located here:

journals.tdl.org/palara/index.php/palara/index

About ALARA

AFRO-LATIN/AMERICAN RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (ALARA) ALARA is a dynamic organization of individual scholars working in the field of African American Studies. It is the “American” section of the International African American Research Association. We seek to establish African American studies as a field that is distinguished by being international, interdisciplinary, inter-ethnic, comparative, and collegial.


Executive Committee of ALARA

Dr. Sheridan Wigginton

California Lutheran University

wigginton@callutheran.edu

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Dr. Antonio D. Tillis

Rutgers University - Camden

adtillis@central.uh.edu

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Tyra Lewis

Clark University

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Dr. Dorothy Mosby

Mount Holyoke College

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Dr. Sarah Soanirina Ohmer

CUNY, Lehman College

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Dr. Luisa Ossa

La Salle University

ossa@lasalle.edu

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Dr. Dawn F. Stinchcomb

Purdue University

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Dr. Sonja Watson

Texas Christian University

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