The history of slavery, the slave trade, abolition and emancipation
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History and Africa /Africa and History' by JOSEPH C. MILLER, President, American Historical Association (University of Virginia), Presidential Address, AHA Washington, DC, 8 January 1999
Index on Africa (Norwegian Council for Africa) the most comprehensive guide to Africa on the Internet yet. A catalogue of Africa-resources on the Net...more than 2000 Africa-related links. http://www.africaindex.africainfo.no/
Jouvert: a journal of postcolonial studies
The MAAFA is a Kiswahili term for "Disaster" or "Terrible
Occurrence". This is the word that best describe the more than 500
hundred years of suffering of people of African descent through
Slavery, Imperialism, Colonialism, Invasions and Exploitation.
Black Radical Congress, BRC-NEWS.
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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, one of the research libraries of the New York Public Library. http://www.nypl.org. On the NYPL homepage click on the Catalogs choice and then on CATNYP, the online catalog for the research libraries. Schomburg holdings have call numbers prefaced by SC.
Details of Dr. Edmund Abaka's course on Slavery and Emancipation, including a bibliography, are at http://eabaka.tripod.com/se.htm
Details of Professor Chouki El Hamel's course on the Slave Trade within Africa are at http://www.duke.edu/~chamel/200s.htm. This course is designed to provide students with an overview of significant issues focusing on the historical, economic, political, and cultural relationships between black sub-Saharan Africa and North Africans.
Prof. Emmmanuel Akyeampong's course for which Ama is required reading, is at
Prof. George P. Landow‘s web pages for Ama are at http://www.postcolonialweb.org/