"Interest in language technology research for African languages has seen a tremendous increase in recent years. This is marked by the growing availability of digital corpora, dictionaries and tools for many (formerly) resource-scarce African languages. The AfLaT website aims to catalogue these resources for the benefit of researchers interested in African language technology.AfLaT.org contains a steadily growing collection of bibliographic resources, web links and tools, provided by AfLaT members." ... [according to site editor’s information]
AfricaBib is the culmination of twenty-five years of Africana research.The site consists of three bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature (Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database), African Women's literature (African Women's Database) and the Women Travelers Bibliographical Database (Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa: 1763-2004: A Comprehensive English Language Bibliography). Everything is free of charge.
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The Library of the University of California, Berkeley offers several lists of films set in or about Africa which are available at the library, i.e. its media center. You will find a list of movies by African filmmakers, a list of movies set in or talking about Africa, a videography and a bibliography of books about African cinema. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
On this website you will above all find many links concerning archaeology, not only of the African diaspora but also in Africa. Under "Research > African Archaeology, History and Cultures" you will not only find many links, but also many fulltext documents, among others about archaeology in different African countries. Besides the archaeology focus, there is also a focus on African and diaspora religions. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
This website offers a lot of information and resources about the history of migration from African countries to the USA. There are chapters about specific topics and periods of time, many fulltext documents, photographs, thematic maps (containing statistics), and educational resources for teachers. [editors ilissAfrica]
The AMP began in 1978 with four years of work to develop a print compendium, Africa on Film and Videotape, 1982. The compendium lists several thousand productions and provides reviews of more than 700 films and videos, reviewed systematically by African graduate students and American specialists on each country.
In 2002 the African Media Program offers an on-line comprehensive reference guide to approximately 10,000 films, videos, and other audiovisual materials concerning Africa (both Sub-Saharan and North Africa). It includes film and video productions made in Africa and around the world.
This new database incorporates and updates material contained in the 1982 print compendium, adds many new reviews, and provides as complete a citation as possible from a wide variety of sources. ... [according to site editor's information]
Columbia University's collection of African Studies Internet Resources is an on-going compilation of electronic bibliographic resources and research materials on Africa available on the global Internet, created under the purview of the African Studies Department of Columbia University Libraries. Electronic resources from Africa are organized by region and country. ... The scope of the collection is research-oriented, but it also provides access to other web sites with different or broader missions. Beginning in early 1999, the site became the "official" African Studies web site for the World Wide Web Virtual Library. ... [according to site editor's information]
Africana Access Review mainly offers a database in which you can look for Africa related literature for children and youths. The search offers filters for age and grade, you can also search for teachers' literature. Furthermore, Africana Access presents the Children's Africana Book Awards since 1992. [editors ilissAfrica]