African Studies Services

The Abyssinian Cyberspace Gateway. (Information on Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Somaliland).
The Africa List. AFRICA-L is a forum for the discussion of the interests of African peoples (in Africa, and expatriate), and for those with an interest in the African continent and her peoples. News, light-hearted discussions, and cultural and educational items are welcome. The body of the message should be subscribe Africa-l firstname lastname.
Africances (Afrique francophone)
The African Global Experience. The body of the message should be subscribe AGE firstname lastname.
African History (H-Africa) Home page.
The African Studies Center of the University of Pennsylvania. The African Studies Center provides a very comprehensive introduction to African Studies on the Internet
African Studies Program at Indiana University.
African Studies Program at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
African Studies Sources. This is a resource directory maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium.
AfriNet
Center for Afroamerican and African Studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Centre for African Studies at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Program for African Studies at Northwestern University.
French African Mailing List. AFRIQUE is a mailing list that discusses the former French colonies of Africa in French. The list is geared towards serious discussion of Africa for the francophone. The body ofthe message should be subscribe Afrique firstname lastname.
University of Wisconsin African Studies Outreach Program. This service offers files on various topics including grants, address lists, newsletters, conference programs, and publications for scholars and K-12 educators. It can be reached by gopher client to gopher.doit.wisc.edu under the directory path Courses, Programs, Registration Information/ African Studies. It is maintained by Patricia S. Kuntz.




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