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University of Connecticut University Libraries

Resources for AFRICAN STUDIES

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University of Connecticut Library Collections and Services

Library Guides and Helps

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Library Databases

General Databases

  • Academic Universe (Lexis/Nexis)
    Lexis/Nexis is available only to UConn faculty and students.
  • Research Database Locator
    The University of Connecticut subscribes to over 240 Web-Based, commercially-produced research and citation databases. Most of these resources are limited to the University of Connecticut community.
  • InfoTrac SearchBank
    An abstracting and fulltext service which provides indexing to 1550 general interest journals.
  • Databases Useful for African Studies
  • PAIS
    Public Affairs Information Service, an index to political, economic, and social issues in current debate.
  • Sociological Abstracts
    Indexes a variety of literature in all fields of theoretical and applied sociology, 1963+ Sociological Abstracts is international in scope and many foreign language journals are included.
  • World News Connection
    Offers an extensive array of translated and English-language news and information from around the world.

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Electronic Journals and Citations

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Links to Internet Resources in African Studies

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Associations

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If you have questions or comments, please contact:
Shikha Sharma
Liaison Librarian to
The Center for Contemporary African Studies
The University of Connecticut
Homer Babbidge Library
369 Fairfield Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269-1005
VOICE: (860)-486-4299
MAIL TO: shikha.sharma@uconn.edu
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