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African Studies Links

These sites are of interest. The Woyingi Blogger does not endorse the content of these sites. Please inform me if any of the links do not work.

African Studies

African Studies Centre in Leiden

Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies(SERSAS)

An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet

The International Directory of African Studies Scholars

University of Pennsylvania African Studies Center K-12 Electronic Guide for African Resources on the Internet

African Cultural Studies: Site maintained by Murdoch University in Australia

The Nordic Africa Institute

Center for the Advanced Studies of African Society

Yale Program in African Languages

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars: Africa Program

The African Language Materials Archive, or ALMA, is a multi-partner project focusing on the promotion and documentation of literature and literacy in the languages of Africa. It further serves to assist African language authors and publishers in publicizing and distributing their work.

Learning Africa, a site that offers support for teachers wishing to explore Africa in the classroom

Exploring Africa: Africa in the Classroom: a site that offers support for teachers wishing to learn more about Africa in the classroom

Africa Access Review was founded in 1989 to help schools, public libraries, and parents improve the quality of their children’s collection on Africa

Africa: Africa World Press Guide: This Website contains introductory matter and the texts of the 28 topical chapters in Africa: Africa World Press Guide, a 200-page annotated guide to educational resources from and about Africa.

New York University Africa House: Africa House is an inter-disciplinary institute devoted to the study of contemporary Africa, focusing on Economic, Political and Social issues on the continent as well as on programs in the Arts, and particularly contemporary African Art. We have at NYU a large number of professors and students doing research in many areas of Economic Development, including in Economic Growth and Macroeconomics, microfinance, analyses of the effectiveness of foreign aid, politics and political economy, law and legal institutions. Africa House hosts a number of high level talks and seminars, and has in the past featured African heads of States.

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