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This is the Czech online version of the book "Kdo byl kdo - Čeští a slovenští orientalisté, afrikanisté a iberoamerikanisté" (Who was who - Czech and Slovak Orientalists, Africanists and Iberoamericanists) published in 1999 in Prague. The main part is a database where you can search for the respective ... [editors ilissAfrica]
urn:ISBN:80-85983-59-1
"The Ghent Africa Platform (GAP) is an umbrella organisation of [researchers and institutions] belonging to the Ghent University Association (AUGent), which focus on the African continent (and/or on the African Diaspora)." You will find a lot of information on member researchers and institutions, on ... [supplemented]
www.gap.ugent.be
The 'Casa das Áfricas' ( House of Africas ) is a research center, the purpose of which is to promote better understanding of African societies within Brazil. The website offers a great amount of resources: fulltext documents, interviews with researchers (videos), historical postcards from Mali (most of ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.casadasafricas.org.br
This website gathers a montage of the archival sources gathered during Enriquo Martinos PHD. About a thousand two hundred items and counting hundreds of pages long, from fourteen archives in nine countries. The sources trace amongst other things, the migrants and labourers in and around the plantation ... [according to the site editor's information & editors ilissAfrica]
www.opensourceguinea.org
Website of a network of African Studies scholars in Yorkshire, UK, founded in 2010. The network is open to other African Studies scholars, too. The principles of the network are research beyond the nation-state, research on the relationship between local and global phenomena, and a commitment to ... [editors ilissAfrica]
yasn.group.shef.ac.uk
The African Academic Diaspora database has emerged as part of the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program. It aims to be a resource to facilitate networking and engagements among African academics in the diaspora across a variety of disciplines and specializations. All information provided is ... [according to site editor's information]
www.quinnipiac.edu/african-diaspora-fellows-program/database/
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