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1. Africa intelligence [1996 - ]

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African Studies
Physical extent
1 online resource
Created in 1996, Africa Intelligence is the leading publication about Africa aimed at professionals. It's published in Paris in French and in English. Africa Intelligence's portal gathers five publications: Three political and business newsletters focusing on the power brokers and their connections in Africa: West Africa Newsletter, Indian Ocean Newsletter, Maghreb Confidential; Two industry newsletters focusing on the energy and mining sectors in Africa: Africa Energy Intelligence, Africa Mining Intelligence.
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African Studies
A directory of internet resources arranged by country and topic. Includes an extensive list of African newspapers.

3. Africa yearbook [2005 - ]

Database topics
African Studies
Journal/Periodical
v. ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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African Studies
Contains two extensive bibliographies, one of African women's literature, and the other of periodical literature pertaining to Africa. Includes search engine.
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History; Ancient Greek and Roman Culture; Religious Studies; Medieval Studies
An online version and continuation of the Annual Egyptological Bibliography (AEB), published in print 1947-2001, combined with the Bibliographie Altägypten (BA), providing coverage of Egyptological literature from 1822 to 2002, as well as partial coverage of 2003-2008. OEB is a joint project with Aigyptos, and the number of available items will rise rapidly as Aigyptos records enter the OEB database.
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African Studies
DISA is a freely accessible online scholarly resource focusing on the socio-political history of South Africa, particularly the struggle for freedom during the period from 1950 to the first democratic elections in 1994, providing a wealth of material on this fascinating period of the country’s history. Much time, creative thought and debate goes into the selection of the content, and participation and input from interested persons, scholars and institutions in South Africa and overseas is encouraged.