Online bibliographies and research guides make it easy for students and faculty to launch Africa-related research. The Tyree Library offers several excellent Africa-related research guides created by reference librarians who are available to assist faculty and students.
Tyree Library Research Guides
African Literature Research Guide was created by Tyree Library reference librarian, Nance Lempinen-Leedy, who is available to assist students with Africa-related research in Literature. She can be reached in the Tyree Library in room Y-229.
African Humanities Research Guide was create by Tyree Library reference librarian, Diana Mathews, who is available to assist students with Africa-related research in the Humanities. She can be reached in the Tyree Library in room Y-230.
Other Bibliographic Resources
University of Florida Study Guide is a compendium of research and teaching resources in African Studies.
H-Africa is an electronic discussion group that covers African history, culture, politics, environment and a wealth of other topics. Reviewers for H-Africa provide substantial reviews of scholarly books on Africa. H-Africa is also the gateway to book, film and web reviews from other networks.
Cambridge Africa Bibliography is an ‘authoritative guide to works in African studies published under the auspices of the International African Institute annually since 1984. This the online consolidated version brings together every record collected since the bibliography’s foundation, producing a rich and interactive resource for all scholars interested in the study of Africa.’