Africa: General References
African Studies WWW (Penn) (Ali Dinar)
This site provides comprehensive materials on Africa such as country-specific information, K12 education, job opportunities, telematics, multimdia archives, newsletters, urgent actions, etc. Information is provided from Africa and elsewhere.
AfricaBib (Davis Bullwinkle)
AfricaBib was created in 1999 as a way to freely disseminate information
from two African studies databases as well as information on Africa from
other sources. The website presently includes:(1) Africana Women's
Database; (2) Women Travelers, Explorers, and Missionaries to Africa,
1763-Present; (3) Africana Periodical Literature Bibliographic Database.
Africa South of the Sahara: Selected Internet Resources (Karen Fung)
This guide is Prepared by Karen Fung for the Electronic Technology Group, African Studies Association, USA, it includes links to various sources of information that pertain to Africa.
Index on Africa
The modules of the Africaserver are thematical chapters where you can
find more information on a given subject. Most modules are about the relationship
Holland-Africa. The editors will keep you informed on a subject. Suggested
links point to other relevant sources of information on the Internet.
Index on Africa is a catalogue of Africa-resources on the Net. It contains
more than 2000 Africa-related links. The links are sorted in categories by
theme or country.
University's "African Studies Internet Resources" (Joseph Caruso)
An on-going compilation of electronic bibliographic resources and
annotated links for research on Africa, edited and maintained by Joseph
Caruso, African Studies Librarian, Columbia University. This site
also features the
International Directory of African Studies Scholars.
Roberto Ortiz de Zarate's Datasets
This sites includes various information such as Political Leaders, Contempary Women World Leaders, and Current Ruler's Longest-time in Office.
ICG's Directory of Websites on Africa
These resources are provided by the International Crisis Group (ICG)
is a private, multinational
organization committed to strengthening the capacity of the
international community to understand and respond to crises.