Central And Equatorial Africa Area Bibliography by Gordon HarrisCentral And Equatorial Africa Area Bibliography by Gordon Harris

Central And Equatorial Africa Area Bibliography

byGordon HarrisEditorJon Woronoff


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Presents information about texts relating to eleven states in the heart of the African continent: Chad, Central African Republic, Sao Tome and Principe, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, People's Republic of the Congo (formerly Congo-Brazzaville), Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Congo-Kinshasa and Zaire), Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, and Malawi. The compiler of the bibliography, Gordon Harris, presents the references with the researcher in mind, organized first by general subject headings and then by more specific headings or by the states themselves. There are entries of works on anthropology, sociology, economics, languages and the arts, religion, history, and politics. The usefulness is enhanced by a final bibliography for each of the states included in the volume, and by an author index. Perfect as a starting point for the beginning researcher, or to supplement a more adept scholar's reference list. Also useful for librarians developing a collection on Africa studies.
Gordon Harris is Director of the Orchard Learning Resources Centre of Selly Oak Colleges in Birmingham. He has been active in the International Group of the Library Association and the Standing Conference on Library Materials on Africa in Great Britain. He was also the Editor of the quarterly International African Bibliography.
Title:Central And Equatorial Africa Area BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:252 pages, 8.76 × 5.74 × 0.77 inPublisher:Scarecrow Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0810836068

ISBN - 13:9780810836068

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Editorial Reviews

This is an excellent guide to publications on its region of Africa. Its long introduction may make it of interest to larger public libraries as well as strictly research institutions.