The African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) participated in collaborative panels with the African Studies Association (ASA) in December 2016. These panels were held under the auspices of the ASA’s 2016 Annual meetings under the theme “Imagining Africa at the Center: Bridging Scholarship, Policy, and Representation in African Studies” and were streamed live from Washington DC to and from the Institute of African Studies and on skype from the Institute of African Studies’ skype address. The participants on behalf of the ASAA were Obadele Kambon, Evelyn Aku Adjandeh and Catarina Gomes. Their Panel was chaired by Prof. Akosua Adomako Ampofo, the vice president of ASAA. They spoke on the theme: Knowledge Production and Social (or Socioeconomic) Change in Africa. The ASA panel was constituted of John M. Lonsdale, Simon Gikandi and Nicholas Githuku. The panel was chaired by Julie MacArthur. They spoke on the theme: Hidden Histories: The Trial of Dedan Kimathi.