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African Studies: Home

Resources for African History, Current Events, Arts, Literature and Cultures, and Social Science Disciplines.

Selected New Books in the Libraries

For a more complete list of new titles, click here.

Unreasonable histories : nativism, multiracial lives, and the genealogical imagination in British Africa / Christopher J. Lee. Durham : Duke University Press, 2015. ALEX DT32.5.L44 2015

The African diaspora : slavery, modernity, and globalization / Toyin Falola. Rochester : University of Rochester Press, 2013. ALEX DT16.5.F35 201


Screens and veils : Maghrebi women's cinema / Florence Martin


Featured Resource

SA ePublications Humanities and Social Sciences Collection

A comprehensive, searchable collection of full-text electronic journals from South Africa with broad multidisciplinary coverage of the social sciences and humanities. Journals in the fields of communications, education, history, library & information science, linguistics, literature, music, political science, psychology, sociology, and other disciplines are included.

Featured Resource: Cambridge History of African and Caribbean Literature

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