WELCOME TO THE FIRST EDITION OF ISA NEWS

    Igbo Studies Association Newsletter, Vol 1, No 1, Fall 2014November 8, 2014

    Dear Members,

    I am delighted to introduce the first edition of ISA Newsletter! I hope your semester is going well. I wish you the best for the rest of the academic year!

    I hope that you will enjoy this maiden issue of ISA Newsletter, which aims to keep you abreast of important issue and events concerning the association as well as our members. The current issue includes interesting articles, research reports and other activities by our members. The success of the newsletter will depend on your contributions in the forms of short articles and commentaries. We will also appreciate your comments and suggestions for future issues.

    The ISA executive is proud to announce that a committee has been set up to work out the modalities for the establishment of an ISA book prize/award. Dr Raphael Njoku is leading the committee and we expect that the initiative will be approved at the next annual general meeting.

    Igbo Studies Association Newsletter, Vol 1, No 1, Fall 2014

    November 8, 2014

    Dear Members,

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    I am delighted to introduce the first edition of ISA Newsletter! I hope your semester is going well. I wish you the best for the rest of the academic year!

    I hope that you will enjoy this maiden issue of ISA Newsletter, which aims to keep you abreast of important issue and events concerning the association as well as our members. The current issue includes interesting articles, research reports and other activities by our members. The success of the newsletter will depend on your contributions in the forms of short articles and commentaries. We will also appreciate your comments and suggestions for future issues.

    The ISA executive is proud to announce that a committee has been set up to work out the modalities for the establishment of an ISA book prize/award. Dr Raphael Njoku is leading the committee and we expect that the initiative will be approved at the next annual general meeting.

    The 13th Annual Meeting of the ISA taking place at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is only six months away and preparations are ongoing to ensure that we have an exciting meet! We can’t wait to see you all in Milwaukee in April. This is an opportunity to submit an abstract and to participate in next year’s conference. ISA is as strong as its membership, so please remember to renew your membership and to register for the conference, if you have not already done so!

    Finally, we would like to congratulate the newest members of the ISA Executive who were elected at the last annual general meeting in Chicago. Chima Korieh (President), Uchenna Nzewi (Vice-President), Ogechi Anyanwu (Sec), Ada Azodo (Treasurer) and Chidi Igwe (PRO).

    Chima J Korieh, PhD
    President, Igbo Studies Association.

    MEMBERSHIP DUES

    Your ISA membership must be renewed annually in order to remain active.

    • Regular Member (Renewal) - $50
    • Student Member (Renewal) - $30
    • Regular Member (New) - $75
    • Student Member (New) - $55
    • Life Member - $1000

    PAYMENT (MEMBERSHIP)

    You can apply for or renew your membership online through a simplified three-step process:

    STEP 1: Review the MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES.

    STEP 2: Click on to fill and submit the form (You will be redirected to a new page).

    STEP 3: Select the membership type and MAKE PAYMENT (Paypal or credit card is required).

    Please report any issues to chidi.igwe@gmail.com.

    CONFERENCE FEES

    • Regular Member - $100
    • Regular Africa – $70
    • Student Member - $50
    • Life Member - $100
    • Non-Member - $120

    CONTACT ISA

    The Secretary
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    Richmond, KY 40475, USA

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