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International and Cross-Cultural Resources: Africa
A guide to finding information resources on the countries and cultures of the world.
Books at LLU on North America
Books at LLU on Africa
A rainbow forms as the turbulent waters of Zambezi River rush over Victoria Falls. Zimbabwe.
Devoted to the study of African societies and culture. Aims to give increased attention to historical trends, issues of development & links between local & national levels of society.
Africa Research Bulletin: Political, Social, and Cultural Series
Encyclopedia of Africa
Henry Louis Gates (Editor); Kwame Anthony Appiah (Editor)
Publication Date: 2010-02-17
Female "Circumcision" in Africa : Culture, Controversy, and Change
edited by Bettina Shell-Duncan, Ylva Hernlund
Geological Atlas of Africa
Resources on the Countries of Africa
Information about the people, countries, and environments of eight African regions.
Tutsi men celebrate their heritage with a joyous ritualistic dance. The Tutsi traditionally lived as fierce warriors and cattle herders.
Photograph by George F. Mobley (National Geographic.com)
The Story of Africa
This BBC site explores events, people, and cultures that have shaped African history from ancient times to the de-colonization campaigns of the 1960s.
Hopes on the Horizon: Africa in 1990s
This PBS site takes a look at forces for democratic change in six African countries: Benin, Nigeria, Rwanda, Morocco, Mozambique and South Africa.
Africa: South of the Sahara
A list of Internet resources on the countries of Africa prepared by the Stanford University.
Wonders of the African World
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. takes you on a journey to discover a wealth of African history and culture in Wonders of the African World.
Del E. Webb Memorial Library
Loma Linda University
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Loma Linda, California 92350
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