Sincere thanks to the following individuals and partner organisations for their invaluable work in locating the complete run of AWA and making its history visible:

  • Annette Mbaye d’Erneville
  • Marie-Pierre Myrick
  • Sarah Arens
  • Nafissatou Bakhoum
  • Pascale Barthélémy
  • Codou Bop
  • Delphine Calmettes
  • Gilles Couzin
  • Gora Dia
  • Fatoumata Cissé Diarra
  • El Hadji Birame Diouf
  • Sarah Frioux-Salgas
  • Joseph Joyner
  • Wilma Jean Randle
  • Omar Slifi
  • Paul Smith
  • Fatou Sow Dembel

Musée de la Femme Henriette Bathily

MUFEM was founded in 1994 by Annette Mbaye d’Erneville and the Consortium de Communications Audiovisuelles en Afrique. Originally based on Gorée Island, the museum is now located in Dakar at the Place du Souvenir Africain. Its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions present the lives and voices of Senegalese women in rural and urban settings. In November 2017 they are hosting an exhibition about AWA: la revue de la femme noire. For more information, click here.

Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire – Cheikh Anta Diop

The Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire-Cheikh Anta Diop (IFAN-Ch. A. Diop) is a research institute based at the Université Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar, Senegal. Founded in 1936, IFAN-Ch. A. Diop houses a library and resource centre for research in history, linguistics, anthropology, archaeology, geology, biology and African cultural studies. For more information, click here.

Archives du Sénégal

The National Archives of Senegal house rich collections dating back to the nineteenth century. These collections include colonial archives of French West Africa, and legal and administrative documentation relating to post-independence Senegal. The National Archives are committed to digitisation as a key element of their ongoing work. For more information, click here.

University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is located in South West England. Its Faculty of Arts is a hub for a wide range of research across literature, film, theatre, music, history, philosophy, and history of art.

Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier III

The Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 is home to RIRRA21, an interdisciplinary research centre which explores literature, film, theatre, fine arts and performing arts, music and cultural studies from the late eighteenth century to the present day. For more information, click here.