Kwele Mask, in the collection of the American Museum of Natural History
Photo by Daderot
Source: Wikimedia Comons
Gumberg Library Resources Supporting
Welcome to this research guide supporting African Studies. It will connect you to all sorts of resources on peoples dwelling in Africa as well as in the African Diaspora. You will find anthropological and sociological, political and historical, religious and philosophical, health, business and economic, as well as literary, musical and artistic information here. Click on the tabs that run across the top of this guide to access information on the various topics.
While the information sources we point you to on each tab are different, the format on each tab is the same. When you click on a tab you will see links to:
- Important individual print and electronic reference works to help you get started with research, as well as links to collections of electronic reference works
- Databases for magazine, newspaper, and journal articles
- Reliable websites.
- Also available on each tab is a subtab helpful for finding books on that topic. These subtabs contain links that run subject searches in DuCat, as well as information on how to do further DuCat searches.
If at any time in you research your need help, click on the Ask a Librarian link on the left side of the screen.
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Ted Bergfelt, MLS
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