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The French CREPAO focusses on the non-francophone African countries, especially in East and South African countries. Since 2011, CREPAO went together with CEAN (Centre d'Etude d'Afrique Noire) to form Les Afriques dans le monde (LAM). On their website, you will find information on projects, publications and more.
"Africa through a lens is a set of thousands of images taken from a broader photographic collection of Foreign and Commonwealth Office images, held at The National Archives. Starting with some ... early photographs from the 1860s, the images span over 100 years of African history. These images are now available, for the first time, to view online." ... [according to site editor’s information]
Bibliography about the colonial history of England / Great Britain in Africa, 1800-1920 with access to some of the full text documents. [editors ilissAfrica]
Website from Kenya that publishes articles on arts, culture and society. According to their own statement, articles are published on the following (anglophone, eastern and southern African) countries: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan, Rwanda, Somalia, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Seychelles, Reunion, Mauritius, Mayotte, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia....
Site about postcolonial African literature in English. Up till now, mainly the following countries have been analysed: Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda und Zimbabwe. You will find infos on authors, theories etc. sometimes including more general information on certain countries (music, religion, politics, history, ...). [editors ilissAfrica]
A magazine that mainly publishes artciles about literature, with a focus on (anglophone) Cameroonian literature. [editors ilissAfrica]
This blog introduces Cameroonian literature written in English. You will find a summary of the content of each book and a short biography of its author. Sometimes you can also find links to interviews with authors. ilissAfrica] [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. You will find a broad list of partner universities inclduing African ones. The ACU also publishes interesting documents. Unfortunately, most of them are only available to members. Some of the documents under "Reports and Papers", and all of the documents under "Student information summaries" are available to all. There, you will e.g. find the interesting reports of Jonathan Harle about access to information in African Universities. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"Originally founded by Prof. Dieter Riemenschneider in the 1970s and now directed by Prof. Frank Schulze-Engler, the department is dedicated to teaching and research in the area of anglophone literatures in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific as well as Black and Asian Literature in Britain." The website offers information on conferences, research projects, a reading list and more. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
The Caine Prize for African Writing is named in memory of the late Sir Michael Caine, former Chairman of Booker plc. He was Chairman of Africa 95, and Chairman of the Booker Prize management committee for almost 25 years. The first prize was awarded in 2000, at the Zimbabwe International Book Fair 2000 in Harare. The winner is announced at a dinner in Oxford in July, to which the shortlisted candidates are all invited. The Caine Prize is awarded to a work (a short story) by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere. The stories written at Caine Prize workshops are published annually alongside the Prize's shortlisted stories by New Internationalist (UK), Jacana Media (South Africa) and Cassava Republic (Nigeria). [according to site editor's information] The site contains a selection of press coverage of the Caine Prize and its winners as well as portraits of the winners. ... [editors ilissAfrica]