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Website by Prof. Zeleza, Head of the Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois, Chicago. The platform offers the possibility for bloggers (scientific ones? identity of the other bloggers only known by name) to write articles about topics in the African and African American Studies. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.zeleza.com
This site offers whole Nigeria movies / videos online for free. The browsing for genres doesn't work (yet). Unfortunately, the movies are quite pixellated are load every few seconds. For people with a flatrate it is advisable to first run the movie as a whole (i.e. let it load) before watching it.
www.nigeriascreen.com
This site offers you a database of more than 600 videos and movies on or from Africa, owned by the Harvard College Library. Furthermore, this site offers you some resources on "Africa / film", like a bibliography, journals, websites etc. The site also offers a list of Nollywood movies in English, Yoruba and Igbo. [editors ilissAfrica]
hcl.harvard.edu/research/guides/africa/videos/
The African Book Bank On-line (in acronym 'Abbol') is an electronic library from which users can download scholarly publications on sub-Saharan Africa that appeared before 1960. The focus in this historical Africana library is on the human and social sciences as well as on relevant adjacent disciplines ... [according to editor's site information]
https://web.archive.org/web/20100714045010/http://www.abbol.com/
Ntama is an online Journal of African Music and Popular Culture. Until 2008, it was edited at the Music Archive of the Department of Anthropology and African Studies in Mainz, Germany. As the editor, W. Bender, has moved to Hildesheim, it is edited at the Centre for Worldmusic in Hildesheim since 2009. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.uni-hildesheim.de/ntama/
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