Open Access in African Studies

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The Open Access Network has a new information page on Open Access in African Studies

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The Open Access Network has a new information page on Open Access in African Studies!

Here you will find information on Africa-related OA journals, OA books, as well as disciplinary repositories for African Studies.

Compiled by the Specialised Information Service African Studies of the J.C. Senckenberg University Library in Frankfurt.

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