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Oxford African American Studies Center (1 user limit) This database is a comprehensive collection of over 7,500 biographical and research articles on African American history and culture.
Africa : An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society provides current and comprehensive information on all countries in Africa from a social and cultural point of view. It has 54 entries, one for each country in Africa and its associated islands. Each entry in this work begins with a listing of Quick Facts about the country—Capital, Major Cities, Population, Languages, Government Type, Ethnic Groups, and Religions—and concludes with a bibliography of important print and electronic information resources.
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