From the Africa Resource Center, this user-friendly Web site covers various topics related to Africa and the African diaspora. Sections of this site are dedicated to e-journals, lists of authors and published works, African art, and poetry.
This guide to Africana on the internet, developed by Karen Fung for
the Electronic Technology Group of the African Studies Association, provides
an excellent gateway to Africana information. The site is searchable by
topic, country, or keyword/phrase.
This site provides access to a variety of useful resources, including the CODESRIA site, a variety of electronic journals, some Africana library collections in the U.S. and Europe, and international news sources. The library page also provides additional access to many resources.
This site, developed by Joseph Caruso, African Studies Librarian at
Columbia, provides access to online journals and newspapers from or about
Africa, an international directory to African studies scholars, and some
Africana library collections in the U.S., Europe, and southern Africa.
You can search the site by keywords or browse by subject or country.
An important international interdisciplinary electronic discussion group, H-Africa's homepage links to current and past discussion threads and forums; conference announcements; archival collections in the U.S., Europe, and Africa; lists of recent Africana dissertations; tables of contents of Africana journals; book,exhibit,and film reviews; and obituaries.
“The aim of this guide is to assist K-12 teachers, librarians, and students in locating on-line resources on Africa that can be used in the classroom, for research and studies. This guide summarizes some relevant materials for K-12 uses available on the African Studies WWW.” Maintained by Dr. Ali B. Ali-Dinar at the University of Pennsylvania.
Portal with numerous links relating to the topic of language in Africa, ranging from links to associations, online dictionaries, language policies, etc. Maintained by Karen Fung, Africana librarian at Stanford University.
The site consists of two bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature (Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database) and African Women’s literature (African Women’s Database).