West Africa Review and JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies were both recognized by the Internet Scout Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Internet Scout Project is an NSF-sponsored organization based in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Vanity Fair selects AfricaResource
AfricaResource.com is selected as a resource by Vanity Fair Magazine for their special issue on Africa in July 2007. The issue was guest edited by Bono, and Graydon Carter, the editor of the magazine. The 20 historic covers features Barack Obama, Iman, Don Cheadle, Muhammad Ali, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bono, Condoleeza Rice, George W. Bush,, Queen Rania, Brad Pitt, Djimon Hounsou, Madonna, May Angelou, Chris Rock, Warren Buffet, Bill and Melinda Gates, Oprah Winfrey, George Clooney, Jay-Z, and Alicia Keys.
WorldCat selects AfricaResource and Journals
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OCLC selects AfricaResource
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National Geographic selects West Africa Review
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PBS selects AfricaResource.com as Best of the Web
A PBS guide to the Best of the Web on Africa. AfricaResource.com was selected as a resource for this guide for the expansions of knowledge. PBS is a media enterprise that serves 355 public noncommercial television stations and reaches nearly 73 million people each week through on-air and online content. Bringing diverse viewpoints to television and the Internet, PBS provides high-quality documentary and dramatic entertainment, and consistently dominates the most prestigious award competitions.
Scout Report selects West Africa Review
Published by the Africa Resource Center since 1999, WAR is a free biannual electronic journal that explores a range of issues of importance to the global African community and friends of Africa. Issues include editorials, articles, review essays, and interviews. The most recent features a Research Focus section on Sierra Leone. Users may sign up for email notification of when new issues are available.
JENdA Wins 2002 ICAAP award for Excellence in Electronic Publication
The ICAAP Award for Excellence in Electronic Publication (IAEEP) is given out once every year to the electronic journal that is deemed most successful in advancing the art and science of electronic publication. Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies, a peer reviewed ejournal devoted to the promotion of the research and scholarship of African women, documents and responds to debates on women's history and studies in African social, cultural, political, and economic systems. It creates a forum for African women scholars, analysts and activists to participate on an equal footing with their contemporaries worldwide in debates, exchanges of ideas, and the creation and documentation of knowledge.
Scout Report selects JENdA Journal
JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies has been selected as a Scout Report by the Internet Scout Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in their March 3, 2001 issue.
Published by Africa Resource Center and directed by an all-African women team of co-editors, this new ejournal represents in part an effort to occupy and redefine the space of African Women's studies, a space initially defined by white female scholars. The journal also aims to "create a global forum for African women scholars, analysts and activists to participate on an equal footing with their contemporaries worldwide in debates, exchanges of ideas, and the creation and documentation of knowledge." In pursuit of both goals it will publish original essays, reprints, commentary, exhibition, reviews, interviews, and related writings. Judging by the inaugural issue, Jenda holds great promise, offering a large selection of interesting and engaging essays and other content, much more than comparable print or online journals. In addition, the left-hand side of the journal page contains a fairly deep Africa-focused bibliography, organized by topic. The main Africa Resource Center site offers a wealth of Africa resources, including several additional ejournals, databases, bibliographies, an online art gallery, and more. Reviewed by Michael de Nie