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Getting Started Guide: African Studies   Tags: aafs-gs  

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Use these resources to find articles:

  • Africa-Wide Information
    An exclusive combination of databases providing access to multi-disciplinary information on Africa, Europe, and the USA. Provides access to over 730,000 references from 16 databases including: African Studies Abstracts (19th Century-present); IBISCUS (1970-); Africa Institute (1981-); SARDIUS (1961-1997); Business & Industry-Africa (1994-); Natural & Cultural Heritage of Africa (1960-); Bibliography on Contemporary African Politics & Development (1981-1992); International Library of African Music (ILAM); Swiss dissertations (1897-); & others.
  • Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database

    The site consists of two bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature (Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database) and African Women's literature (African Women's Database). You will also find a comprehensive bibliography on women travelers and explorers to Africa (Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa: 1763-2000: A Comprehensive English Language Bibliography)

More detailed help:


A web page detailing Africana Studies Resources at MSU Libraries.

All MSU E-Resources on African Studies

This Getting Started Guide is intended to point you to the primary database(s) you need to find articles on this topic. It is not a complete list of sources for any subject.

If you do not find what you need please Ask a Librarian, contact the subject specialist in this area: Joseph Lauer and Peter Limb, or view other MSU Library Research Guides. To find books, search the MSU Libraries' catalog.


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