"The Africa Centre is a platform for exploring contemporary Pan-African artistic practice as a catalyst for social change." On their website, you will find a list of projects which also have their own websites (see table of contents). [editors ilissAfrica]
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.
This collection contains more than 3000 slides, 500 photographs, 50 hours of sounds from forty-five different countries, as well as a large number of difficult to find texts that librarians, scholars, and other subject specialists have deemed important to these fields of study. The topics include slavery, language or Christian proselytisation / missionary work, among others. ... [according to site editor's information]
Site that presents the 14 books of João M. Loureiro. The books contain a collection of more than 12,000 photographical postcards from former Portuguese colonies from the end of the 19th century until 1975. On the web site you can find a sample of 4 - 5 postcards from each book. [editors ilissAfrica]
Site about the Senegalese city Waoundé, situated at the Eastern border to Mauretania. You will find information about its history (incl. Soninke), geography, society and adminstration. [editors ilissAfrica]
Online version of the authors thesis about vernacular architecture in Mali (former times till today), with many photographs and drawings. Please use Internet Explorer (and NOT Firefox) to watch this site, as firefox may have some problems showing the site correctly. [editors ilissAfrica]
Malam Haliru Muhammad Wurno was a historian who lived in Wurno Nigeria, sometime capital of the Sokoto Caliphate and final resting place of Sultan Muhammad Bello and other rulers and Wazirs of the Caliphate. Haliru's knowledge of the history of the town was a great help to all historians who have investigated the town. These are copies of Malam Haliru's writing's in Hausa-Ajami script. They are not translated yet.
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Private photographs from Bujumbura (during colonial times: Usumbura), capital of Burundi. The father of the author was an architect, hence you will find many photographs of buildings. The comments made about "the Africans" are to be taken "with a pinch of salt". [editors ilissAfrica]
The Agence Française de Développement (AFD) aims at supporting developping countries financially. On their site, you will find a lot of information concerning their projects and many free full text documents (reports, studies, ...). [editors ilissAfrica]