Between them Wayne Marshall and Martin Murray pointed me to these 2 panels at the recent annual meeting of the American Geographical Association that took place here in New York City:

Africa is not a country: Challenges and opportunities in teaching about Africa I (Sponsored by Graduate Student Affinity Group, Geography Education Specialty Group, Africa Specialty Group)

Room: Carnegie Suite East, Sheraton, Third Floor (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Ryan Good, University of Florida; Amelia Duffy-Tumasz, Rutgers University
CHAIR(S): Kathleen Dietrich
Panelists: Seth Appiah-Opoku, University of Alabama;
Janet Puhalla, Saginaw Valley State University;
James Saku, Frostburg State University;
Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo, SUNY Cortland;
Veronica Ouma, Hofstra University

Africa is not a country: Challenges and opportunities in teaching about Africa II (Sponsored by Graduate Student Affinity Group, Geography Education Specialty Group, Africa Specialty Group)

Room: Carnegie Suite East, Sheraton, Third Floor (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Ryan Good, University of Florida; Kathleen Dietrich
CHAIR(S): Amelia Duffy-Tumasz, Rutgers University
Panelists: Jennifer Bjerke, Rutgers;
Sarah Smiley, Kent State University at Salem;
Hilary Hungerford, University of Kansas;
William Y. Osei, Algoma University

Anybody who attended and who has some feedback?