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programs in schools and civic groups, intensive summer institutes, field study opportunities in Africa,
curriculum development and evaluation, lesson plans on line, consulting, clearinghouse services and language
enrichment opportunities for high school students." --Center Website
University of Wisconsin-Madison. African Studies Program. African Studies Outreach.
Offers a range of outreach services, including consultation with teachers, a small educational resource
collection, conferences and workshops for educators, audiovisual materials, and a speakers' bureau.
Links to Other Selected Sites
A rapidly growing network of high-quality scholarly resources containing three subject modules: African
cultural heritage sites and landscapes, African plants (not yet available as of 3.21.07), and Struggles for
freedom in southern Africa. See site for further information, including a "What is "Aluka" downloadable
handout. Highly recommended.
Crisis in Darfur, Sudan.
Recommended resources for understanding arguably the worst human rights crisis on the African continent
today. Compiled by the Center for African Studies, University of California at Berkeley.
Electronic journal of Africana bibliography
A refereed online journal created by the late John Bruce Howell, former International Studies Librarian at
the University of Iowa. Scope includes any aspect of African studies and the African diaspora. Ten subject
bibliographies, each by a different compiler, have been published on the site from 1997 to date. Currently
edited by a committee of three scholar/librarians.
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