Links of Interest

The contents of many of these sites overlap, covering information of interest to Africana Studies. They've been divided based upon how they identify themselves — but you'll probably find what you're looking for by sampling a little bit of each.

Related Carleton links

General Links

Africana Studies H-Net Links

H-Net's e-mail lists function as electronic networks, linking professors, teachers and students in an egalitarian exchange of ideas and materials. Every aspect of academic life--research, teaching, controversies new and old--is open for discussion; decorum is maintained by H-Net's dedicated editors. To see what subscribers are saying, visit the Discussion Logs Center. To find out more about a particular list, follow the links below:

H-AfrArts African Expressive Culture
H-AfrLitCine Teaching and Study of African Literature and Cinema
H-Afro-Am African-American Studies
H-AfrTeach Teaching African History and Studies
H-Atlantic Atlantic History
H-Caribbean Caribbean Studies
H-CivWar U.S. Civil War History
H-DC Washington DC History and Culture
H-Demog Demographic History
H-Empire Empires, Colonialism and Imperialism
H-Ethnic Ethnic and Immigration History
H-French-Colonial French empire and colonialism
H-Gender-MidEast Gender in the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Western Asia, Iran, and the Mediterranean.
H-Hausa H-Net Network on Hausa, neighboring and related languages, literatures and cultures
H-High-S Teaching High School History and Social Studies
H-Luso-Africa Lusophone African Studies
H-SAfrica South African and Southern Africa History and Culture
H-Slavery The History of Slavery
H-Southern-Industry History and Culture of Industrialization in the American South
H-Swahili Swahili language and culture
H-West-Africa West African History and Culture

 African Studies Links

African-American Studies Links


Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

Founded in 1925 as the Negro Literature, History and Prints Division of the 135th Street Branch Library by Arturo Alfonso Schomburg, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is one of the leading cultural institutions in the world devoted to the preservation of materials focused on African-American, African Diaspora, and African experiences.