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Contains references to journal articles, book and book chapters related to African studies. DISCLAIMER: the forward linking functionally in this database is not reliable. Users should search the libraries' E-Journal Finder or Catalog for access to full-text or library holdings of references found in this database.
This resource includes coverage of North Africa. This is a bibliographic index of research, policy and scholarly discourse on the countries and peoples of the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa. This database contains more than 639,000 records and coverage spans from 1900 and earlier to the present. Over 15,000 records of recently published and grey literature are added annually.
Provides more than 70 searchable African newspapers published between 1800 and 1922 in Sub-Saharan Africa. Features English- and foreign-language titles from Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, and other countries covering the issues and events that shaped the continent and its peoples.
Spans the full era of the modern European colonization of Africa, from the occupation of Algeria by France, through increasing British presence on the west African coast and around the Cape of Good Hope in the south, the Berlin Conference which set off the "Scramble for Africa", the high-water mark of economic exploitation of Africans in the Congo Free State, rivalries among European powers, and the era of withdrawal that followed the Second World War. Features 300 color maps.
Data & Statistics
Sources listed under the Global tab cover all countries and regions. Resources listed here are specific to these countries and region. For additional information on North African countries, go to the Middle East and North Africa section.
African Development Bank Data Portal provides multiple customized tools to gather indicators, analyze them, and export them into multiple formats. With the Data Portal, you can visualize Socio-Economic indicators over a period of time, gain access to presentation-ready graphics and perform comprehensive analysis on a Country and Regional level.
Serves as a broker between a range of data providers (for example, statistical agencies, government departments, opinion and market research companies and academic institutions) and the research community.