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African Collection, Yale University Library: Getting Started with Research

Research guide for African Studies.

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All Yale library buildings are closed until further notice, however Yale is still operating.

Library staff working remotely continue to provide support for Yale classes and research. Updates available at this link.

For research and reference help, or for questions about the collections, do not hesitate to contact me. Live online reference assistance for general questions is also available at https://ask.library.yale.edu/

Media

"The Queen of Sheba with King Solomon and Tribute Bearers," YUAG 2005.41.1

Welcome

Welcome to the African Collection Guide. In this guide, you'll find: 

  • Important databases for finding articles, books, and more.
  • A guide to archival resources supporting African studies at Yale.
  • A guide to visual resources supporting African studies at Yale.
  • Links to additional resources for social sciences and the humanities related to African studies at Yale.

Major Resources

The principle databases useful to researchers in African studies are:

Contact Me:

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Robin Dougherty
Contact:
Sterling Memorial Library
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New Haven, CT 06520
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