The Center for African Studies generates a wide variety of cross-campus interdisciplinary resources including publications, reports, and materials relating to African Studies.
The Center for African Studies publishes a weekly email bulletin detailing upcoming news and events, deadlines and opportunities in African Studies, a recap of last week’s events, awards and publications, as well as features on the people of CAS. Past bulletins are accessible for viewing here.
The African Studies Collection at the University of Florida Libraries has a collaborative partnership with the UF Center for African Studies, which contributes generous funding for library materials and services through its U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant as a National Resource Center. The African Studies Library Collection includes an extensive, diverse collection of materials including books, archives, maps, and films. Visit the library page or one of the links below to learn more.
- Rare Books, Archives, & Manuscripts
- Toys from found materials
- African ethno-mathematics
- African maps
- African film studies
The Center for African Studies founded the African Studies Quarterly (ASQ) to promote research on Africa beyond that undertaken by University of Florida faculty and graduate students. It is an interdisciplinary, fully refereed, online open access journal dedicated to publishing the finest scholarship relating to the African continent.
The Sub-Saharan Africa Business Environment Report (SABER) project is funded through the U.S. Department of Education, the Center for International Business Education & Research, and the Center for African Studies. To view past reports, click here.