An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet 

Part A3 


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Angola [by by Index on Africa]

Angola: a country study [full text] (Library of Congress, 1989) edited by Thomas Collelo



Assemblia Nacional

Governments on the WWW: Angola (Copyright © 1995-2003 Gunnar Anzinger --- last change: 2002-05-29)

República de Angola Ministério das Finanças.




"Angola on the Move: Transport Routes, Communications, and History". International symposium 24-26 September 2003, Berlin. Full-text conference papers


[brief Capsule History]

History of Angola (World History Archives) includes: Background Paper: Angola (Africa Policy Information Center, 1995) Angola Peace Monitor, South African mercenaries in Angola

Angola: a country study [full text] (Library of Congress, 1989) edited by Thomas Collelo


History of Angola (overview)

Queen Nzinga




Languages of Angola (Ethnologue)




Maps of Angola Maps of the World Directory (Embassy world) --links to various maps.


University of Texas Libraries - Angola Maps

Angola--News and newspapers (Angola country page)


"Angola News" (from WM Network)


Angola Peace Monitor (monthly, by ACTSA - Action for Southern Africa , the successor organisation to the British Anti-Apartheid Movement)

AngolaPress (ANGOP: in Portuguese, English and French)

"IRIN: Latest News from Angola"

Jornal de Angola (Angolan daily newspaper)

Luanda Antena Comercial LAC 95.5fm através do Real Player

Angola Peace Monitor

Angola--Political Parties

Angola (1:3 Parties & Organizations)

MPLA Includes documents, links

UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola)



Accord Angola project. Brief notes about the peace process, with chronology.

Angola Constitution [1992]

Angola Peace Monitor (monthly, by ACTSA - Action for Southern Africa , the successor organisation to the British Anti-Apartheid Movement)

"IRIN: Latest News from Angola"




Angola (Moscow: in Russian and English). Information on society and politics, and relations

Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Russia (in Russian, Portugeuse, English) Includes documents (Angloflash), links, etc.


Angola--Relations--United States


Angola: Embassy of the Republic of Angola, Washington DC


Angola--Slave Trade


Angola Slave Trade in the Eighteenth Century, 1723-1771. Compiled by Herbert S. Klein Columbia University, New York 197? From Port Registers, Angola Arquivo Historico Ultramarino, Lisbon DPLS ed. 1978 Distributed by University of Wisconsin-Madison. "provides access to the raw data and documentation which contains information on Angola slave trade in the eighteenth century from 1723-1771. Specifically, the data file contains information on the date ship sailed, name of ship, Brazilian port of arrival, persons (adults and children) shipped, total number of slaves aboard, physical capacity (arqueacao) of the ship"


Angola--United Nations

United Nations Observer Mission in Angola


Annales Aequatoria

a yearly Africanist periodical covering history, linguistics and missiology. Published by the CENTRE AEQUATORIA, Centre de Recherches Culturelles Africaniste, a research center located on the premises of the Catholic mission station of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (Missionnaires du Sacre-Coeur, MSC) at Bamanya, a village some 10 kms out of Mbandaka, the capital city of the Equateur Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The web site also includes details on the history and role of the Centre and its archives, staff, library, events, and Tables of contents of Annales Aequatoria since 1980.


Animal Voice of South Africa " Animal Voice is a quarterly South African publication which focuses on institutionalised cruelty and suggests how ordinary people can ring in the changes for animals. "




Association for Africanist Anthropology


Anti-Apartheid Movement(s)


African Activist Archive The African Activist Archive at the Michigan State University "seeks to preserve for history the record of activities of U.S. organizations and individuals that supported African struggles for freedom and had a significant collective impact on U.S. policy during the period 1950-1994." Includes numerous links, directory, and some full-text.


Anti-Apartheid and Solidarity Movements -- fuill-text documents from the ANC websites.

General Documents

Anti-Apartheid Movements in Western Europe - by Kader and Louise Asmal, March 1974
Anti-Apartheid Movement and the United Nations. Paper presented by E.S Reddy to the symposium on "The Anti-Apartheid Movement: a 40-year Perspective," London, 26 June 1999
British Anti-Apartheid Movement
Bodleian Library of Commonwealth & African Studies at Rhodes House - Lucy McCann
Anti-Apartheid Workshop, St Antony’s College - Abstract- Christabel Gurney
Anti-Apartheid Activism in Britain: The AAM, the BEM/BSC and the wider concerns of the Black community regarding anti-apartheid activism in Britain - Elizabeth Williams , Birkbeck College, University of London
African Freedom Struggle - in Denmark: Organisations as Policy Developers and Policy Advocates - Christopher Munthe Morgenstierne, University of Copenhagen
Black Activism and the Anti-Apartheid Movement in Britain - Elizabeth Williams
Twenty Years of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement - Speech by E.S.Reddy, London, 26 June 1979
Archives of the Anti-Apartheid Movement
"When the Boycott Began to Bite". Christabel Gurney describes the origins of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement, History Today, London, June 1999
'A Great Cause'. The origins of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, June 1959–March 1960. Article by Christabel Gurney, 1999
The Anti-Apartheid Movement: A 40-year Perspective. Report of the Symposium Organised by the Anti-Apartheid Movement Archives Committee to Mark the 40th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, South Africa House, London, 25-26 June 1999
The Anti-Apartheid Movement, Britain and South Africa: Anti-Apartheid Protest vs Real Politik. A History of the AAM and its Influence on the British Government's Policy towards South Africa in 1964. Dissertation by Arianna Lissoni, 15 September 2000
International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF)

"Southern Africa: Freedom and Peace". Addresses to the United Nations by Canon L John Collins, 1965-1979
Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organisation (AAPSO)


Anti-Apartheid, "NEW SOCIAL MOVEMENTS" and the globalization of politics - Dr. Håkan Thörn, Department of Sociology, Gothenburg University
Nederland tegen apartheid? - Genevieve Klein, University of Pretoria
Abstract - Christopher Morgenstierne
Turbulent priests or movement intellectuals? Christian voices and international opposition to apartheid in the 1950s - Rob Skinner, University of Sussex
American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa (ANLCA): Resolutions, 1962 and 1964
The African-American Manifesto on Southern Africa, 1976
American Supporters of the Defiance Campaign. Statement by George Houser at a meeting of the United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid on 25 June 1982, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the "Campaign of Defiance against Unjust Laws".
Reagan Administration's Policy of "Constructive Engagement" and the Arms Embargo Against South Africa. Statement before the United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid by Richard Knight, American Committee on Africa, April 3, 1984
From Passive Resistance to Armed Struggle. Press release by the Irish anti-Apartheid Movement, 24 February 1987
Parliaments and the Struggle against Apartheid. Article by E.S. Reddy, Aug 1987
"Free Nelson Mandela". An Account of the Campaign for Free Nelson Mandela and all other Political Prisoners in South Africa. Article by E.S. Reddy, July 1988
United Nations, the Anti-Apartheid Movement and Campaign for Arms Embargo against South Africa. Statements, papers and letters by Abdul S. Minty, honorary secretary of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and director, World Campaign against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa. Compiled and edited by E.S. Reddy
in cooperation with the United Nations Department of Public Information
Some Reflections on Irish Solidarity with the Struggle Against Apartheid, by Rafique Mottiar, 15 October 1997
Perspectives on the International Anti-Apartheid Strugggle: Solidarity and Social Movements - African Studies, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford , Day Workshop, 31 May 2003
Perspectives on the International Anti-Apartheid Strugggle: Solidarity and Social Movements - African Studies, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford ,Saturday 31 May 2003


Anti-Apartheid Movement--Conferences

"AAM 2004" University of KwaZulu-Natal conference on the International Anti-Apartheid Movement, Durban from 10 - 13 October, 2004. "to bring together, for the first time, activists who have been involved in the anti-apartheid struggle from countries such as the UK, USA, India, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, New Zealand, the Nordic countries and the African continent to South Africa. ... By focusing on the role of this international movement and its contribution to South Africa's new democracy, this conference will allow participants to reflect on this country's achievements during the first decade of freedom and to discuss mutual cooperation during the second decade of freedom as well as the challenges that face this country." Includes full-text papers.

The Anti-Apartheid Movement: A 40-year Perspective
. Full-text papers from conference held at South Africa House, London 25-26 June 1999. Introduction by Shula Marks.
Contents: Foreword Message from the President of South Africa Introduction Shula Marks Opening of exhibition on the history of the Anti-Apartheid Movement Baroness Castle Introduction to the Symposium Lord Hughes of Woodside The Anti-Apartheid Movement – what kind of history? Abdul S Minty British and international relations with Southern Africa (1959–1994) Chair's introduction by Vella Pillay 'Half-ally, half-untouchable at the same time': Britain and South Africa since 1959 Shula Marks South Africa: beyond the miracle Cheryl Carolus A tribute to international solidarity support for Southern Africa Peter Katjavivi AAM and UN: partners in the international campaign against apartheid E S Reddy A common purpose: the Commonwealth's support for the AAM Patsy Robertson The AAM and the race-ing of Britain Stuart Hall Western media: mirroring whose reality? Victoria Brittain Work in progress Future perspectives 'Making hope and history rhyme' Closing address by Kader Asmal

Anti-Apartheid Movement--New Zealand--Archives (inventories)

Halt All Racist Tours: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement (HART: NZAAM) Christchurch office Location: New Zealand Summary: Papers, 1969-1992 -- Archives


Halt All Racist Tours (HART Aotearoa) Papers, ca 1967-1993 National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library,,1


Newnham, Thomas Oliver, 1926- Papers relating to anti-apartheid and peace movements [ca 1965-1986],5

Richards, Trevor, 1946- Papers 1969-1998



Anti-Apartheid Movement--Nordic countries

Nordic Documentation on Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa Includes archive inventories, personal stories, links. The Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden, is responsible for the site.


Anti-Apartheid Movement--South Africa (see also under South Africa, and under:

ANC home page

Community Video Education Trust (CVET) Archive digital archive of videos in Cape Town popular resistance to apartheid in late 1980s/early 90s. Raw footage includes demonstrations, speeches, mass funerals, celebrations, interviews, capturing activism of unions, students and political organizations, including the United Democratic Front. 150+ streaming videos; more added regularly. (

Liberation Archive at the University of Fort Hare. Includes inventories of:

The records of the African National Congress (http:// under "archives") and other liberation movement records at the same site under NAHECS. Includes The Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (Somafco) Records, University of Fort Hare Records, Federal Theological Seminary Records (Fedsem), Personal collections (Oliver Tambo papers; The Govan Mbeki papers "include his songs and music from Robben Island, artifacts such as his beloved guitar with its Island-built case. The collection holds his correspondence, manuscripts of his books..."); The Walter Sisulu papers "include much of his work at Lutuli House on his release from Robben Island, his correspondence, speeches. writings and some documents that he was able to salvage from before he was imprisoned for almost three decade"; some of the papers of Sylvia Neame and Denis Goldberg; The Lionel Forman papers, a University of Fort Hare collection, "include valuable material on the early history of white occupation and colonisation of South Africa, the growth of black political organisations, the first black newspapers, early publications, a unique Zulu diary of Cetywayo's visit to Queen Victoria, work on the National Question, student politics, Nusas, Wits and the IUS, and bound volumes of the Guardian, New Age newspapers, and the politics of the fifties."

South Africa: Overcoming Apartheid, Building Democracy for high school/undergraduate students; video interviews with 45 South African activists, 140 topical interviews; original narratives/essays, raw video footage of resistance/repression, historical documents, rare photographs, and educational activities. Launced 2008. Preview video: (



Anti-Apartheid Movement--United Kingdom

Anti-Apartheid Movement Catalogue of archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1956-98, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.


Anti-Slavery International

Annan, Kofi (United Nations Secretary-General)

Apartheid (see also under: "Anti-Apartheid"; and "South Africa")

Apartheid Museum


APNET (African Publishers Network)  pan-African, non-profit  network with a Secretariat in Harare, formed in 1992

Arab Net (includes links to North African sites)


Arabic manuscripts, West Africa


West African Arabic Manuscript Database (Editor: Bruce Stewart Hall) "bi-lingual finding aid for, currently, over 20,000 Arabic manuscripts from West Africa. The six collections in the database map across the breadth of the West African Sahel and thus provide a representative cross-section of nineteenth-century literary activity in that region. Those collections are: "Boutilimit" records (2054 manuscripts from a private collection in Boutilimit, Mauritania) "Nouakchott" records ( 3134 manuscripts in the Institut Mauritanien de Recherche Scientifique, Nouakchott, Mauritania) "Segou" records (3137 manuscripts confiscated in Segou at the time of French occupation, now at the Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris) "Timbuctu" records (5640 manuscripts from the Centre de Documentation et de Recherches Historiques Ahmad Baba (CEDRAB), Timbuctu, Mali) "Niamey" records (2551 manuscripts at the Institut de Recherche en Sciences Humaines, Niamey, Niger) "Kano" records (4208 manuscripts from Northern Nigeria at the Africana Library, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois)"



African Heritage and Archaeology

"From an open access perspective it is a website created to contain information on current issues and research into African heritage, archaeology, history, anthropology and ethnography. It will contain articles and short synopses of current and ongoing work with the aim of communicating our results to as wide an audience as possible."


[Aksum] The Kingdom of Aksum in Ethiopia by Dr Stuart Munro-Hay chapters 1-3


Aksum: An African Civilisation of Late Antiquity
Stuart Munro-Hay 1991 [full text]


Anthropology Back Door to the Web: L'Afrique centrale (Dr. Bernard Clist, Grasse, France) * Page d'accueil = Home Page * Bibliographie de l'archéologie de l'Afrique centrale (2004) * Historique des recherches archéologiques en Afrique centrale depuis les origines (2004) * NSI: Bulletin de liaison des archéologues du monde bantu. (Online) --Archives, 1987-1992. -- Libreville, Gabon: Centre International des Civilisations Bantu (CICIBA), 1987-


British Institute in Eastern Africa

Centro Studi Archeologia Africana includes tables of contents of the journal Archeologia Africana Saggi occasionali, research, exhibitions...


Forschungssstelle Afrika - Heinrich-Barth-Institut

Human Origins and Evolution in Africa



The Thulamela Story

Urban Origins in Eastern Africa
University of Uppsala/Botswana, Comoros, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Somalia, Tanzania/ Zanzibar, and Zimbabwe.




Aksum: An African Civilisation of Late Antiquity
Stuart Munro-Hay 1991 [full text]


Archaeology, Ethnoarchaeological--Africa


Catherine D’Anrea (Ethiopian highlands)

Northern Mandaras (Cameroon and Nigeria)



Céramiques traditionnelles du Mali


Archaeological research in Northeastern Nigeria

Archaeology--South Africa


Mapungubwe (South Africa, archaelogical site)

'Southern Africa. The rise of more complex states.',5716,117876+5,00.html

The Thulamela Story



Report on the site of Leptiminus and fieldwork from 1990-1993, January 1994



Riddle of Great Zimbabwe ( article in Archaeology Magazine by Roderick McIntosh).

Architecture, African 

African Hertiage Architecture



ICS Regional Guide to Holdings - Africa




National Archives of Senegal = Archives du Senegal:


Archives--South Africa


National Archives of South Africa

Art, African

Africa, Art: Universes in universe


Africa Focus: Sights & Sounds of a Continent (University of Wisconsin-Madison 'contains digitized visual images and sounds of Africa contributed over the years to the African Studies Program of the University of Wisconsin-Madison'


Africa Museum (Tervuren, Belgium)

Art and Life in Africa Project (Christopher Roy & L. Lee McIntyre, University of Iowa)


Art and Life in Africa Online "contains information about African Art and Culture. Some of the material on this site has been adapted from similar material developed for the Art and Life in Africa CD-ROM being produced at The University of Iowa."

The Art of the African Mask Exhibition Catalog Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia February - August, 1994


"Beads, Body, and Soul: Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe" at the 
Elvehjem Museum of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

view the  webcast


Contemporary Music and Arts Archive (CAMA) "a multi-media documentary initiative for African arts and culture, based in the Faculty of Science and Montebello Design Centre at the University of Cape Town, South Africa."


Cycles: African Life through Art





Akan Cultural Symbols ProjectHttp://

Cutting to the Essence, Shaping for the Fire exhibition of Yoruba art in wood and metal


Glendora Review. [Nigeria] "all fields of the arts: music, film, literature, visual arts, theatre, even architecture and photography, depending on the specific focus of each issue."


Glendora Review: African Quarterly on the Arts--back issues (African e-Journals Project, Michigan State University)


H-AfrArts home page

H-ISLAMART: H-Net List for History of Islamic Art and Architecture H-ISLAMART@H-NET.MSU.EDU


HISTORY OF ZIMBABWE STONE SCULPTURE by Joceline Mawdsley, Former Exhibitions Curator, Chapungu Sculpture Park, Harare, Zimbabwe


[Art, African--Mali]

Contemporary Malian Art "Images & essays about art by contemporary artists in Mali" includes: 'Essay on the Groupe Kasobané' by Janet Goldner & Kletigui Dembele
and 'Essay on Malian Contemporary Art' by Christopher D. Roy

[Art, African--Masks]

BEDU (plankmask of Bondoukou region of Côte d'Ivoire,West Africa)

Images of Masks: Africa

Magical faces of Africa

[Art, African--Mbuti art]

An Eternity of Forest: Paintings by Mbuti Women  

Modern African art: a basic reading list. Compiled by Janet L. Stanley, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

[Art, African--Morocco]

LAGZOULI: Popular painter from Morocco

[Moroccan Weaving] Marrakesh Express

National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution,


[Art, African--Nigeria]

G.I. Jones Photographic Archive of Southeast Nigerian Art and Culture  (online archive of  photographs  taken in the 1930s).

Sokari Douglas Camp: sculptor  

"'Passport to Paradise': Visualizing Islam in West Africa and the Mouride Diaspora (UCLA's Fowler Museum of Cultural History). an exhibition on the arts of the Mourides, a mystical Muslim movement originating in Senegal, West Africa.  

Recent Publications in African Expressive Culture

Revue noire (Online) texts and color images from the Paris-based African arts and culture journal (Online) Excerpted texts and color images from the Paris-based African arts and culture journal


[Art, African--Senegal]

FODÉ CAMARA: Contemporary painter (Dakar)

"'Passport to Paradise': Visualizing Islam in West Africa and the Mouride Diaspora (UCLA's Fowler Museum of Cultural History). an exhibition on the arts of the Mourides, a mystical Muslim movement originating in Senegal, West Africa.


(Smithsonian) National Museum of African Art

Virtual exhbhtions include


Tradition Gallery One / Gallery Two / Gallery Three
Contemporary Gallery One / Gallery Two
Combination Gallery One

Tradition / Gallery One
Treasures November 17, 2004–August 15, 2005

Playful Performers, April 9–December 12, 2004

The Fabric of Moroccan Life, June 6–November 2, 2003

Ethiopian Icons: Faith and Science, January 3-–October 5, 2003

In and Out of Focus: Images from Central Africa, 1885–1960, December 6, 2002–March 16, 2003

A Personal Journey: Central African Art from the Lawrence Gussman Collection, June 9–August 14, 2002

The long-term exhibition of Images of Power and Identity, The Ancient West African City of Benin, A.D. 1300–1897 and The Ancient Nubian City of Kerma, 2500–1500 B.C. closed in June 2004

Tradition / Gallery Two
Spectacular Display: The Art of Nkanu Initiation Rituals Making the Grade: African Arts of Initiation, December 16, 2001–March 3, 2002

In the Presence of Spirits: African Art from the National Museum of Ethnology, Lisbon, June 10–September 16, 2001

Beautiful Bodies: Form and Decoration of African Pottery, May 6, 2001–January, 2002

Identity of the Sacred: Two Nigerian Shrine Figures, September 24, 2000–April 2, 2001

Audible Artworks: Selected African Musical Instruments, June 25, 2000–April 8, 2001

The Artistry of African Currency, March 12–July 23, 2000

Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity, September 12, 1999–January 2, 2000

Tradition / Gallery Three
Hats Off! A Salute to African Headwear, July 18–December 26, 1999
Acquisitions: Gifts from the Lawrence Gussman Collection, mid December 1998–Spring 1999.

South Africa 1936–1949: Photographs by Constance Stuart Larrabee, September 20, 1998–February 28, 1999

Baule: African Art/Western Eyes, February 7–May 9,1999

African Forms in the Furniture of Pierre Legrain, August 16–November 29, 1998

Olowe of Ise: A Yoruba Sculptor to Kings, March 15–September 7, 1998

A Spiral of History, February 1–April 26, 1998

Contemporary / Gallery One
Textures: Word & Symbol in Contemporary African Art
February 11–September 4, 2005

Insights, February 27–November 28, 2004

Ethiopian Passages: Dialogues in the Diaspora, May 2–December 7, 2003

Journeys and Destinations: African Artists on the Move, January 31–November 30, 2003

The Last Supper Revisited, January 12–27, 2002

Encounters with the Contemporary, January 7, 2001–January 6, 2002

Contemporary / Gallery Two
Chant Avedissian: A Contemporary Artist of Egypt, November 19, 2000–February 19, 2001.

Transatlantic Dialogue: In and Out of Africa, May 21–September 3, 2000

A Concrete Vision: Oshogbo Art in the 1960s, January 23–October 22, 2000

Claiming Art/Reclaiming Space: Post-Apartheid Art from South Africa, June 20–September 26, 1999

Sokari Douglas Camp: Church Ede, A Tribute to Her Father, March 21–June 20, 1999

The Poetics of Line: Seven Artists of the Nsukka Group, Nigeria, October 22, 1997–April 26, 1998

Combination / Gallery One
Urhobo: Where Gods and Mortals Meet
Continuity and Renewal in Urhobo Art, June 23–September 25, 2005

Gifts and Blessings: Textile Arts of Madagascar, April 14–September 2, 2002


[Art, African--South Africa]


Claiming Art | Reclaiming Space exhibition,


Durban Art Gallery

PELMAMA website:– "the virtual home of the PELMAMA PERMANENT ART COLLECTION now distributed mainly amongst various museums in South Africa .... [with] works of major South African artists from this Collection and ... [also] a resource tool offering information on the Johannesburg Art scene from the 60’s to the 90’s"


South African National Gallery

South African Virtual Art Gallery  

Southern University at New Orleans African art WWW site.

Sub-Saharan African Art: Introduction

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Sukuma Museum, Tanzania - hundreds of images, along with comprehensive text.

Tamarin exhibition KINGS OF AFRICA Photographs by Daniel Laine

Tribal, ritual, ethnic, ethnographical, classical, traditional, antique, "primitive", negro-art from black Africa [a Belgian site with limited textual information but some useful images]


Twelfth International Triennial Symposium on African Art

Universes in Universe

UPenn: African Gallery ( University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology)

[Art, African--Yoruba]

Cutting to the Essence, Shaping for the Fire, on-line catalog of exhibition on Yoruba art in wood and metal; and  Akan goldweights

Zimbabwe sculpture


Art, African--Bibliography


Modern African Art:a basic reading list Compiled by Janet L. Stanley 
National Museum of African Art Library, Smithsonian Institution Libraries

Art, Islamic 

H-ISLAMART: H-Net List for the History of Islamic Art and Architecture H-ISLAMART@H-NET.MSU.EDU

Arthur Golstruck's Home Page [assorted South African sites]

ASA-Net, mailing list of African Students Association, Canada

Asians--East Africa--Discussion Lists

Namaskar-Africana-L : discussion list devoted to "The Indian Diaspora in Africa" focusing on Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The principal objective of the list is discussion on matters genealogical and history of Indians in Africa.

To subscribe, send mail to LISTSERV@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM with the message

SUBSCRIBE NAMASKAR-AFRICANA-L You need to request a password to consult the archives.  

Site includes Lusophone Africa journal Africa Debate (tables of contents, details)


Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) "offer a variety of education-related publications online. Several databases are also available...also available in French."


Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD) "a not-for-profit, tax deductible organization of international scholars seeking to further our understanding of the African Diaspora, that is, the dispersal of people of African descent throughout the world"

Association of African Universities

Association of African Women Scholars

Association of Concerned African Scholars, affiliate of the African Studies Association (USA)

At Issue , "a forum for topical collections on current programmes, needs and challenges in Africa. The collections focus on conditions and issues of consequence in Africa and current perspectives from Africa."




African Marine Atlas "to identify, collect and organize available geospatial datasets into an atlas of environmental themes for Africa, under the sponsorship of the ODINAFRICA Program of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission's (IOC) International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange Program."


Australia--Africa, Study of

African Research Institute

African Studies Association of Australasia and the Pacific

Australasian Review of African Studies



africanOz african australian online resource. Useful links and news to all things African in Australia.


Australia--South Africa relations

'Australia and South Africa: Neighbours or strangers in the South' by Gary M. Mersham (2000)

'An Australian Historian at the Dawn of Apartheid: Fred Alexander in South Africa, 1949-50' by Peter Limb in  Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History 1999

High Commission of South Africa in Canberra, Australia


AWEPA (European Parliamentarians for Southern Africa)

Azania: Journal of the British Institute in Eastern Africa

Azure Net  [on Morocco]

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