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H-AfrTeach: An H-Net Network for Teaching About Africa

This new moderated discussion list is sponsored by H-Net. The list's mission is to provide a forum for educators, students, and others with an interest in teaching about Africa at all educational levels. Membership is free, but the editors request users to fill out a membership survey at the site.
Africa Focus: Sights and Sounds of a Continent

This "digitize-and-rescue mission" is a joint project of the African Studies Program and the General Library System at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Instead of focusing solely on visual resources like most online African collections, Africa Focus attempts to cover the "full spectrum" of African life. At the site, visitors have several options to access the collection of over 3,000 slides,...
Hopes on the Horizon: Africa in the 1990s

This companion Website to the PBS documentary of the same name that premiered last week "chronicles the rise of pro-democracy movements in six African countries during the 1990s: Benin, Nigeria, Rwanda, Morocco, Mozambique, and South Africa. For each country, the Website provides a profile, a brief synopsis of events in the 1980s and '90s, an essay by an African scholar or expert in African...
Penn Museum: Educator's Guides

The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is one of the standout destinations on campus. The Museum explores a wide range of cultures, and thousands of teachers and young people come from around the world to learn from its many displays and exhibits. These guides for educators can be used in conjunction with an in-person visit or to complement other classroom...