African Diaspora & African Literatures: Home

NOTE

    This guide contains citations for print and electronic resources available at Columbia University. Entries for print works include links to Columbia library holdings and to WorldCat records for libraries elsewhere. Almost all electronic resources listed here are ONLY accessible to patrons with a Columbia ID.

Reference: Bibliographies, Encyclopedias, & Handbooks

Indexes

  • Africa-Wide Information. (Ipswich, MA: EBSCO ; Baltimore, MD: NISC, 1997-)

  • African Women Bibliographic Database. (AfricaBib.Org, Davis Bullwinkle, U. of Arkansas, Little Rock; African Studies Centre, Leiden University, The Netherlands)

  • Black Studies Center. (Cambridge, MA: ProQuest Information & Learning)
    --Includes essays and historic journals & newspapers.

  • Book review digest plus: 1982 to present. (H.W. Wilson Co.; via FirstSearch)
    --See also: Book review digest retro: 1905-1982

  • Francis: International Humanities and Social Studies Online Index. (Paris: CNRS; USA : RLG Eureka, 1984-)

  • HAPI online: Hispanic American Periodicals Index. (Los Angeles, Calif.: UCLA Latin American Center)

  • Humanities full text. (New York: H.W. Wilson, 1995-)

  • International Bibliography of Book Reviews. (K.G. Saur Verlag, Thomson Corporation, 1985--)

  • LITAF: Littérature africaine francophone. (France: Université Montesquieu-Bordeaux IV)

  • MLA Bibliography. (Online). (New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1963-)
  • Citation Management

  • Hacker, Diana. The Bedford handbook. 5th ed. Boston : Bedford Books, c1998.
    --See also: 6th ed.
    Worldcat record

  • How to Cite Internet Resources
    (Columbia University Libraries--African Studies)

  • Walker, Janice R. and Todd Taylor. The Columbia Guide to Online Style. 2nd ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 2006.
    Worldcat record (1998 ed.)
  • African Studies Librarian