Cambria Press author Ana Lucia Araujo tweets about the African Studies Association (ASA) 2011 Meeting in Washington DC

The research of Cambria Press author Ana Lucia Araujo, professor at Howard University, garnered much positive attention at the African Studies Association annual meeting.

This was the case not only at 2011 ASA session but at the Cambria Press ASA booth as well. Both of Dr. Araujo’s books on the history of slavery (Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South Atlantic and  Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Interactions, Identities, and Images) generated a great deal of interest and many professors have asked their libraries to purchase these well-reviewed titles.

Pleased with the marketing  by Cambria Press of her book, Dr. Araujo tweeted “Thanks to @CambriaPress who did an amazing job promoting my two last books during the African Studies Association Meeting in DC.” Dr. Araujo’s Twitter account is @analuciaraujo

Read the transcript of the Cambria Press Q&A session with Dr. Araujo regarding her research.

Ana Lucia Araujo at the Cambria Press Booth at the African Studies Association 2011 annual meeting in Washington DC.

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