In the early 1980s at annual meetings of the African Studies Association, specialists in Mande culture, history, and other studies found themselves repeatedly drawn together to discuss their work and to exchange ideas. On November 1, 1986 in Madison, Wisconsin, the informal Mande group was invited by Gerald Cashion to Suite 619 of the Concourse Hotel to discuss the possibility of forming an organization devoted to Mande studies. On the occasions of several African Studies Association meetings beginning with the one in 1981, Tom Hale and Paul Stoller organized a series of roundtable discussions on topics related to cultures of the Middle Niger River. Kathryn Green consented to take minutes of the meeting, thus becoming the first MANSA secretary.
In 1988 MANSA was contacted by Carlos Lopes who was then Director of INEP, the largest and most active research institute in Guinea-Bissau. Second International Conference on Mande Studies: Bamako,Mali 1993a€?Planning what would be the second international conference on Mande studies (though the first to be conceived by MANSA), the principal organizer Kathryn Green and other participants were clear in their determination that it should be held on African soil in order to maximize the participation of African colleagues. With its thirty-three papers presented on eight panels, the Bamako conference was modest compared to the one at SOAS twenty-one years earlier. Co-organized by Jan Jansen and David Conrad, the Leiden conference received substantial support from Germany's Bremer Stiftung fA?r Geschichte and several institutions of The Netherlands: the Research School CNWS, the Research School CERES, the African Studies Centre, the Rijks Museum voor Volkenkunde, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, all of whom contributed generously in providing necessary funding, personnel and facilities. The Fourth International Conference on Mande Studies was held at the Senegambia Beach Hotel in Serrekunda, The Gambia, 13-17 June, 1998. The conference Keynote Speaker was Sidia Jatta, Gambian National Assembly MP for Wulli, Upper River Division (for the text of his speech see MANSA Newsletter 38, 1998: 7-8). The Sixth International Conference on Mande Studies was held in Conakry and Kankan, Guinea June 20-26, 2005. The Conakry segment co-organized by Mohamed SaA?dou N'Daou, and David Conrad took place at the Novotel, 20-22 June, and the opening session featured Djibril Tamsir Niane as the keynote speaker. MANSA Newsletter: The organization's newsletter reached its fifty-eighth issue in the spring of 2006. At the annual meetings of the African Studies Association in Chicago (1988) and Atlanta (1989), several panels addressed issues concerning the roles of artisans and oral traditionists in the Mande social system. Among the themes engaging panelists at the Third International Conference on Mande Studies in Leiden were matters involving the consequences of intense step-brother rivalry in Mande society known as fadenya. Also featured at the Leiden conference was a round-table organized by the anthropological team of Mirjam de Bruijn and Han van Dijk. Ralph Austen's a€?Sunjata Epic Conferencea€? at Northwestern University in 1992 focused on the epic tradition that describes legendary people and events of the Mali empire, providing a centuries-old framework for Mande identity and cultural values. Like any large, extended family, MANSA has suffered its share of tragedy, periodically losing some of its members to accident, illness, and the passage of time. The Institut des Sciences Humaines (ISH) has long played an important role in the careers of many scholars of the Mande world, providing letters of invitation, research authorization, field assistance, and collaboration with Malian colleagues. The West African Research Association (WARA) was founded in 1989 for the purpose of promoting scholarly exchange and collaboration between American and West African researchers.
In the summers of 1991 and 1992 the Mande Studies Association began establishing cordial and productive relations with faculty and staff at the universities of Conakry and Kankan, and at the National Archives in Conakry. Research by MANSA members in The Gambia is authorized and expedited by the National Council for Arts and Culture in Banjul.
Second International Conference on Mande Studies: Bamako,Mali 1993Planning what would be the second international conference on Mande studies (though the first to be conceived by MANSA), the principal organizer Kathryn Green and other participants were clear in their determination that it should be held on African soil in order to maximize the participation of African colleagues. In Bamako, one advantage of holding an international conference on West African soil proved to be the participation of doctoral students from Europe and the United States who happened to be doingA A  research in Mali at the right time. The 1995 conference at Leiden was such a success that in June of the same year in London, colleagues from SOAS were tentatively suggesting to the MANSA President several ideas for another international conference, this time to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the 1972 Conference on Manding Studies (MANSA Newsletter 28, 1995: 2). The Fifth International Conference on Mande Studies was held at the Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde in Leiden, The Netherlands, 17-21 June, 2002. Heavy Rugged Compound Slide Work Table, View work table, Product Details from Tide Machine Tool Supply Co., Ltd. Heavy Rugged Compound Slide Work Table Used in positioning,milling, drilling, microscope viewing and staging. On my nightstand sits a photograph of my parents, taken during their three-year tour in Germany before I was born.
Since I was old enough to remember, this photoa€”along with the treasures my parents brought home in 1969 (a long-haired daschund, crystal goblets, a sporty two-door Volvo P1800)a€”helped shape my mental picture of Germany.
Ranked among the most livable cities in the world, Munich feels more like a village of 1.3 million than a bustling metropolis. The citya€™s heritage is displayed daily in storefronts, concert halls, restaurants and attire. My adventure with exceptional German design begins even before I board my flighta€”nonstop from Washington Dulles International Airport to Munich Airporta€”with a visit to Lufthansaa€™s swank new Senator and Business Class Lounge. After a swim in the Olympic poola€”which sits under one of the distinctive tent-style roofsa€”I spend an hour strolling through the park. Next door is BMWa€™s headquarters, factory, museum and showroom, a glass and steel structure as impressive as the motor masterpieces housed inside. The bicycles in the BMW store make me weak in the knees with their sexy lines and seductive German engineering, but even before I convert euros to U.S.
Just a few minutesa€™ walk from my hotel is the trendy Glockenbachviertel neighborhood, where flamboyant and Goth clothes fill shop windows, and East Village-esque restaurants and bars line the narrow streets. I spend my last day in Germany visiting Murnau, an hour south of Munich in the foothills of the Alps.
As we drive around in Fritza€™s green Subaru, up hills and around the Murnau Moor nature reserve, I realize that anyone could be a€?happiera€? in this idyllic town.
Ita€™s easy to see why the area served as inspiration to artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Gabriele Munter, who lived together at the beginning of the 20th century in what is today the Munter-Haus (also called the Russian House). And ita€™s also a cinch to recognize, at last, the scene in that photograph on my nightstand.
So instead of dragging home a BMW bike, I carry with me another form of transportation: memory.
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Barbara Frank and others recalled that in recent years Marie Perinbam had been a catalyst of the group, enthusiastically organizing informal gatherings (including a particularly boisterous one at a restaurant in New Orleans), so Perinbam was elected vice-president in absentia.
Some of our members' relations with ISH pre-date MANSA's existence by many years, when the institute was under the direction of Mamadou Sarr and the offices were located in one of the buildings near the Place de l'Independence. In 1992 the Senegalese government provided a site for the establishment of the association's West African Research Center (WARC), in Dakar. On June 21 shortly after arriving in Dakar to attend the conference, MANSA Vice-President B. The frequency of visits and cooperative projects markedly increased after 1992 with the comings and goings of a series of researchers on Fulbright fellowships. Lopes' initiative led to an informal affiliation between INEP and the Mande Studies Association (MANSA Newsletter 5, 1988: 1). The idea was well-received, and at the 1989 meeting in Atlanta, MANSA members began to talk about organizing an international conference.
After nearly four years of concerted effort by MANSA members in the United States and Mali, the Second International Conference on Mande Studies was finally held at the Islamic Cultural Center in Bamako, 15-19 March, 1993. African colleagues residing in West AfricaA  were actively involved, with eight of the papers being presented by Malians and one from CA?te d'Ivoire. One result of the attendance by several European students was that in the next two years MANSA received an infusion of new energy from a surprisingly large and active group of scholars in The Netherlands. In two days of sessions at the university, twenty-four papers were presented on eight panels, bringing the total for the entire conference to fifty-three papers on seventeen panels. Desiring to increase the accuracy of perspectives on relations between Mande and Fulbe peoples, de Bruijn and van Dijk addressed a topic that had already engaged the interest of MANSA members as early as their fourth annual meeting (Atlanta, 1989).


Marie Nathalie LeBlanc, a€?Youth, Islam and Changing Identities in Bouake, Cote d'Ivoire.a€? Department of Anthropology. Edda Fields, a€?Rice Farmers in the Rio Nunez Region: A Social History of Agricultural Technology and Identity in Coastal Guinea, ca.
In order to maintain this status, one-third of MANSA's membership must be members of the ASA. Two key figures at the University of Conakry have been Mamadou Kodiougou Diallo, Vice-Recteur de la Recherche Scientifique and N'Fanly Kouyate, Directeur des Relations Exterieures.
At the next MANSA meeting (Orlando, 1995), members were open to the idea of another international meeting and to commemorating the SOAS conference, but they expressed the preference to meet again on African soil. Papers presented at ASA meetings, international conferences on Mande studies, and many other conferences the world over, eventually appear as articles in a wide range of scholarly journals. If you require further details regarding the transaction data, please contact the supplier directly. Yet the capital of the state of Bavaria is one of Europea€™s leading centers of art and culture (with 58 theaters and 45 museums) and has an extraordinary public transportation system.
A history teacher named Gudrun, who takes me on a walking tour of the city, says the rain kept her from donning her dirndl, the traditional Bavarian dress. My meals on the flight (starting with spinach-stuffed gnocchi with crimini mushrooms and pine nuts) cana€™t justifiably be called a€?airplane food,a€? since Ritz-Carlton chefs took over the menus this spring. My tour with Gudrun covers the citya€™s main attractionsa€”including the glockenspiel at Marienplatz and the onion-shaped domes atop the two towers of the Frauenkirche, the Gothic cathedral. The Olympic Park (olympiaparkmunchen.de) was home to the 1972 Games, tarnished by the killing of 11 Israeli athletes and coaches by Palestinian terrorists. In the citya€™s 3-mile radius, youa€™ll get around faster on a bike than any other mode of transportation.
The companya€™s four-hour tour ($33.50)a€”which includes a beer garden breaka€”is a great way to get your bearings and work off that bretze (pretzel) and butter sandwich.
Meal after meal, I return to this district, safe and easy, and find bartenders and baristas who gladly translate menus for me. The town, surrounded by warm lakes, is a popular weekenddestination for cycling, paragliding, climbing and winter sports. I remember an e-mail from my mother that described Bavariaa€™s colored buildings and flower boxes, and her words come to life in Murnaua€™s cobblestone-lined pedestrian blocks. We drive past ambling cows, adorned with bells that create a pleasing symphony in the valley. There, they and their artist friends sealed the regiona€™s standing as the birthplace of expressionist painting. It really could have been any flower garden in Bavaria, but I imagine my parents, south of Munich, enveloped by crisp Alpine air and the faint sound of cowbells. Ita€™s portable, dependable and German-made, and the images will forever bring me back to the beauty of Bavaria. The Brandhorst Museum (museum-brandhorst.de) opened in May, the newest attraction in the Kunstareal, or Art Quarter. The Valentin Museum (valentin-musaeum.de), dedicated to the famous Bavarian comedian Karl Valentin, known as the Charlie Chaplin of Germany, reopened in 2008. There are iPod docking stations and DVD players, but bring your own shampoo and alarm clock. Most of the 160 rooms have views of the Old Botanical Gardens or Municha€™s historic buildings. The only room that survived the war unscathed is Falka€™s Bar in the famed Spiegelsaal (Mirror Hall).
Alpenhof, an hour south of Munich in the foothills of the Alps, just opened its Yavanna Wellness & Spa, which includes a Finnish pine sauna, footbaths and ice fountains.
The airport bus leaves every 20 minutes for a 45-minute ride to the Main Train Station, which is convenient to most hotels. The biggest risk of jaywalking is not being hit by a car or being ticketed; ita€™s the look of shock and contempt youa€™ll earn from law-abiding pedestrians. Other optional features including Paper Roll Coolant Filtration Systems and 40 Tool ATC for the milling spindle are available at extra cost. The motor has been balanced by Motion Balancing Machine so you will see the colored balancing mud in the motor. RCX always cannot catch up the supply demand due to this reason (production quantity is limited by the balancing work).
It was also agreed that the organization would publish a newsletter at least twice per year.
Gerald Cashion and Robert Launay agreed to serve as the first advisory board members (see list of officers and past officers elsewhere on this website).
Since WARA's founding there has been a close association between it and the Mande Studies Association. During those years, several students at the university served as valued research and translation assistants to the Fulbrighters.
On 7 June, 1998, INEP's research endeavors were shattered by a war that flared up in Guinea-Bissau between veterans of the armed struggle for national liberation, and government troops supported by armies of neighboring countries. Despite the unfortunate timing of being held during Ramadan, many other Malians attended the panels, and the conference was well covered by L'Essor and Malian television (ORTM). A direct benefit of their participation was that only two years after the Bamako meeting, the Third International Conference on Mande Studies took place 20-24 March, 1995 in Leiden, The Netherlands at the Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde. The Rijks Museum voor Volkenkunde featured an exhibit on the city of Jenne in Mali, and there were presentations of the films Sanji--Water from Heaven directed by Paul Folmer and Salina Haledo, and Sunjata Banta, directed by Paul Folmer and Ed van Hoven. The following day in honor of their visit, the symposium a€?Democracy and Development in Malia€? was held at the MSU International Center. Funding for the participation of African and some other colleagues was provided by the Embassies of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Abidjan and Dakar, by the Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture (thanks to Joe Tainter), and by two anonymous benefactors.
Generous donations by eleven MANSA members funded five West African colleagues to attend the conference (one from Burkina Faso and four from Mali). While the sessions were being held in the reading room of the university library, Mohamed Chejan Kromah and his assistant Sagno worked on a fourteen-panel mural of scenes from the Sunjata epic commissioned by MANSA, which they finished in the weeks following the conference. Het geheim van het masker Maskerrituelen en genderrelaties in de Casamance, Senegal [a€?The secret of the mask Mask rituals and gender relations in the Casamance, Senegala€?] Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.
MANSA suffered shocking losses two years in a row when on July 17, 1996, FranA§ois Manchuelle died in the crash of TWA Flight 800 (MANSA Newsletter 32: 1), MANSA Vice-President B. At the founders' meeting in 1986, it was decided that one of the organization's basic activities would be to sponsor Mande studies panels at the annual meetings of the African Studies Association.
In the early 90s, working with Louise Bedichek who was at that time (June 1987-September 1991) the extraordinarily effective Public Affairs Officer at the United States Information Service (USIS), Mamadou Kodiougou Diallo who was at that time Vice-Recteur de Recherche at the University of Conakry, smoothed the way for research authorization and began requesting and personally welcoming American scholars. Abdoulie Bayo and Patience Sonko-Godwin of the National Council for Arts and Culture inA  Banjul were persistent in their requests that The Gambia be considered (MANSA Newsletter 29, 1995-96: 1-2). In addition, many individual members made generous donations toward the sponsorship of African colleagues to attend the conference.
But it can be noted here that several edited volumes are the direct result of members' presentations at various meetings and conferences since MANSA's founding in 1986. MA?nchen, as the Germans call it, was founded as a town in 1158, and residents are proud of their history. But Ia€™m surprised to learn that many of the historic-looking buildings are just decades old. Today ita€™s beautiful and vibrant, with walkways, lakes, bicycle paths, concert and sports venues and restaurants.
Visitors can even reserve a spot to climb onto the roof of the Olympic Stadium between April and November (rope and snap hook provided), or for the more conventional tourist, there are daily tours of the stadium and the 955-foot Olympic Tower. Munich supports an extensive network of dedicated bike lanes that cover 745 miles, and the city Web site (muenchen.de) has an interactive route planner that allows you to print maps. Dogs seem to be welcome in coffee shops, stores, beer gardens and sidewalk cafes, so I imagine Munich also ranks high as a livable city for hounds. In the center is a beer garden, a great spot to rest with your bike and dog, fuel up and take in the atmosphere. Fritz takes me to the local brewery, GriesbrA¤u (griesbraeu.de), where we eat a traditional Bavarian meal. We pass houses bursting at the seams with geraniums, lace curtains blowing out of open windows. I picture them driving in their new Volvo, the daschunda€™s ears flopping in the wind, stopping to snap a picture in front of some roses. After youa€™ve taken a bite out of the city, come back to your room for a bite of the polished apple on your pillow.
You can also take the S-Bahn trains (S-1 or S-8, depending on your destination), which depart every 10 minutes from the airport to the city center. Before the marriage, the man held her hand, walked with her, opened theA door for her, called her on the telephone, wrote her romantic notes, sent her flowers, and took herA to dinner.


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We may adjust (raise) the price anytime so you are better to buy as many as you can to save money now.
So if you plan to drive the motor hard, please consider to get XRotor 20A - 30A because XRotor was tested at high RPM without any sync issue. Nothing came of the idea then, but in 1986 during the first MANSA meeting, Hale and Conrad both recalled the earlier occasion and the latter agreed to try and make good on the original plan. Since MANSA's founding many of the staff at ISH have become active members, participating in projects with their visiting colleagues, conducting their own research, and presenting papers at various international conferences. Several MANSA members have served as officers in WARA, including Jeanne Toungara, Secretary (1995-1997), Thomas Hale, Advisory Board (1995-99), David Conrad, Advisory Board (1995-97), Fiona McLaughlin, WARC Director (1999), and David Robinson, Vice-President (1996-2002). WARA President Edris Makward dedicated the conference to our departed friend, and her MANSA colleagues who remained to carry on included Ferdinand de Jong, Cornelia Giesing, Kathryn Green, Lilyan Kesteloot, Kirsten Langeveld, Barbara Lewis, Peter Mark, Muhammad SaA?dou N'Daou, David Robinson, Jeanne Toungara, Vera Viditz-Ward, and David Conrad (MANSA Newsletter 35, 1997: 1-2). In 1994 MANSA members began contributing books to the new American Cultural Center Library, which at the time was directed by Mohamed Fofana. The war brought death and displacement to thousands of local citizens, and among the infrastructures most affected by the war's destruction was the building complex housing INEP which was located less than a kilometer from the initial frontline of the hostilities. Other expenses were paid for by a generous contribution from Stephan BA?hnen's Bremer Stiftung fA?r Kultur und Sozialanthropologie (formerly the Bremer Stiftung fA?r Geschichte). Another generous donation along with help from the MANSA treasury funded the Sunjata mural in the library reading room at the University of Kankan. In the nineteen ASA meetings since our founding (1987-2005), MANSA-members have organized more than fifty panels devoted to Mande studies. N'Fanly Kouyate, also of the University of Conakry, was the main force in acquiring a government apartment as residence and maison de passage for Fulbrighters and other American researchers at Boulibinet on the tip of the penninsula. A total of eleven African colleagues (one from Gambia, five from Guinea, and five from Mali) were fully funded through the combined efforts of Dutch agencies and MANSA donors, with some extra help from the MANSA treasury. Munich was all but destroyed by Allied airstrikes in World War II, Gudrun tells me, a€?but the city was careful to rebuild in the same style, not like other German cities that are very modern now.a€? She says only one out of 220 churches survived the war. There are 22,000 bike stands, but youa€™ll often see bikes leaning against a restaurant or store as riders dine or shop.
The downside for dogs is that the city is unfathomably clean, so I doubt the pups ever find sidewalk scraps. He explains how local culturea€”food, music and hospitalitya€”is closer to that of Austria than Northern Germany. Robert Launay suggested that the editor ought to have a respectable title to make it worth his while, and that is how Conrad became President of the fledgling organization. More recently, MANSA preparations for the Sixth International Conference on Mande Studies that will be partly held in Kankan have been greatly aided by the dynamic support of the Recteur of the University of Kankan, Seydouba Camara.
Occupation of the INEP complex by foreign troops resulted in near total destruction of the facility, including its library, research equipment and archives containing fifeen years' of painstakingly compiled audio, visual, and printed research documentation (MANSA Newsletter 38, 1998: 1-6). Kaba suggested that another international conference on Mande studies would continue the trend of reclaiming African history for the continent (MANSA Newsletter 10, 1989: 3).
Ambassador to Mali, David Rawson, who drew a warm response from the Malian delegation by including some remarks in Bamanankan. Bikes are allowed on the trains (with a Bicycle Day Pass, $3.50), except during rush hour, and Municha€™s bike lanes put cyclists in a commuter class that you rarely see in the States. Although your ticket isna€™t often checked, youa€™ll face a hefty fine from the ticket inspector if youa€™re caught without one.
These men begin to act as if they haveA forgotten how to show their brides the tenderness to which they had grown accustomed. Early on, MANSA began receiving electronic bulletins from INEP Director Peter Mendy in Dakar via Cornelia Giesing who had taken refuge in Germany. As a resultA of this change in behavior in their new husbands, young brides often feel disappointed, let down,A and deceived. The bulletins periodically updated progress of the hostilities, cease-fires and negotiations. Chaired by David Dalby, the official conference program lists 240 participants, ninety-four of which presented papers.
That meeting included nearly every notable scholar in Mande studies at that time, along with many others who would later make significant contributions to the field. Perhaps they get busy at work, or their minds are heavy with details, or they are mentally and physically exhausted.
But regardless of what a husband is feeling or going through at work or in his financial affairs, his wife needs his attention and affection.
When the word sun is used in the New Testament, it alwaysA connects two or more people into a very vital union. When these words are linked together as they are in First Peter 3:7, it meansA to share a house together or to dwell together in one residence. The fact is, there are many husbandsA and wives who live in the same house, who eat at the same table, and who share the same bed,A yet who dona€™t really a€?dwella€? together. They are like two ships that occasionally pass each other.A Although they share the same residence, they live separate lives, never really connecting with eachA other. This is a great challenge to men, who often want to be quiet when they come homeA after a busy day at work. Many men would rather sit down in front of the television and flip theA channels all evening rather than communicate with their wives. They live and act as though they are SINGLE.A Husband, learning to share your life with your wife is a skill that must be developed.
First, you must seek to obtain that knowledge by reading the Word, by reading a goodA book on marriage, by attending a seminar on how to be a better husband, by listening to a teachingA tape on the subject, and so on. She has cleaned the house, taken care of the children, cooked your evening meal, and faced her own challenges throughout the day.
Even more importantly, she wants fellowship withyou because you are the one she loves and needs the most. Or why dona€™t you sit at the kitchen table with your wife and let her tell you all about her day over a cup of coffee or tea? And after she is finished telling you every nitty-gritty detail of her day, take the time to tell her about your day! She wants to know what you did, whom you talked to, what they said, what happened next, and so on.
If she is assured that she is a top priority in your life and feels secure in her relationship with you, she will gladly follow you and help you wherever God leads. You will findthat if you dona€™t plan these times together, all the other responsibilities of your lives and ministryA consume you, and in the end,A you dona€™t spend enough quality time together.
Open your heart to her; talk to her like she is your best friend and most important confidant. You see, if you have aA happy wife, you can be sure that youa€™ll have a partner who is with you all the way. So I urge youA today to learn how to dwell with your wife according to knowledge.A Make sure that from this day forward, you treat your wife like she is a top priority in your life!
Your rewards are out of this WORLD!!A Lord, I ask You to forgive me for not spending enough time with my wife.
I am so sorry Ia€™ve been so selfish and havena€™t been the husband I need to be for my wife. As Goda€™s Spirit works in meA and transforms me more and more into the image of Jesus Christ, I am becoming a betterA husband to my wife.
Because I love her deeply and regularly show my love to her, she feelsA secure and confident in our relationship. As a result, she is willing to follow me whereverA God leads and is supportive of my decisions.
Husband, how much time in a week do you think you spend using your remoteA control to mindlessly flip through the television channels?A 2. Husband, what can you eliminate from your schedule so you can spend moreA time with your wife? Are you sending her the right message when you never haveA time for her, but you somehow have time for everyone else?



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