AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA
The Smart African Web Surfer’s Launch Pad, by Karen Fung at Stanford University Library.
Internet networks with over 100 free electronic, interactive newsletters (“lists”) edited by scholars around the world. Twelve lists are devoted to Africa.
The Center for Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences Online is Michigan State University’s award winning, world class, humanities and technology research center.
- African On-Line Digital Library — http://www.aodl.org/
- American Black Journal — http://www.matrix.msu.edu/~abj/
- Community Video Education Trust (South Africa) — http://www.cvet.org.za
- Diversity & Tolerance in the Islam of West Africa — http://www.aodl.org/stlouis
- Exploring Africa — http://exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu/
- Internet and Women’s Democratic Organizing — http://www.matrix.msu.edu/iwdo/
- Overcoming Apartheid — http://overcomingapartheid.msu.edu/
MSU AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER
Founded in 1960, it is a Title VI National Resource Center on Africa. The Center’s strength is based upon the 160 MSU professors involved in Africa-related research, teaching, and service.
MSU AFRICAN HISTORY PROGRAM
Learn more about the MSU doctoral program in African History–one of the premier programs in the nation:
SPORTS IN AFRICA NETWORK (SINA)
Based at Ohio University, the focus of SINA is to study sports as a vehicle for social, cultural, educational, and health programming.