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AODL - African Online Digital Library
Title: AODL - African Online Digital Library
Creator: Matrix - The Center for Human Arts, Letters and Social Sciences Online
Abstract: "The African Online Digital Library (AODL) is a portal to multimedia collections about Africa. MATRIX, working in cooperation with the African Studies Center at Michigan State University, is partnering with universities and cultural heritage organizations in Africa to build this resource. You will find links to portals on different African topics. [according to site editor’s information] [supplemented]
Table of contents: • Everyday Islam in Kumasi• Ajami in the Senegambia• Saint-Louis: Religious Pluralism in the Heart of Senegal• West African Online Digital Library• Africa Past & Present• African e-Journals Project• Exploring Africa• South Africa: Overcoming Apartheid, Building Democracy• Community Video Education Trust• African Activist Archive• American Black Journal: Africa and African-Americans• South African Film and Video Project• African Media Program
Keywords: Islam; political commitment; Arabic script; written culture / writing culture; African-American; Apartheid
Countries: USA;
Africa. General Resources;
South Africa;
Western Africa. General Resources;
Subject areas: Politics » Generalities;
Politics » Human Rights & Law;
Education & Academia » School Education;
Language » Languages of African Origin
Resource type: Web Portals, Virtual Libraries, Subject Gateways;
Research Projekts and Research Databases;
Collections of historical Sources;
Collections of Illustrations (Fotographies, Paintings, Charts);
Collections of Videos and Films;
Collections of Audio-Sources
Language: English
Notice: Es handelt sich hier nicht um die 1999 vom Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) gegründete American Overseas Digital Library (AODL), die 2004 in Digital Library for International Research (DLIR) umbenannt wurde. Hierfür siehe:
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This is not the same page as the one of the American Overseas Digital Library (AODL), which was founded in 1999 by the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) and was renamed in 2004 into Digital Library for International Research (DLIR). For the page of the DLIR look for
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