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Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Online Authority on the African American Experience.
Oxford University Press is proud to announce the creation of the first online resource center to fully document the field of African American Studies and Africana Studies. "The Oxford African American Studies Center, using the most sophisticated technology, will enable us to reassemble the lost and scattered fragments of the African American past.
This tool is absolutely indispensable to any student or scholar seeking to explore the contributions that persons of African descent have made, since their arrival on these shores in the seventeenth century, to the stirring saga that is American history.
I only wish that this rich resource had been available to scholars like W. E. B. Du Bois, Anna Julia Cooper and Carter G. Woodson, on whose shoulders we stand." HENRY LOUIS GATES, Jr., Editor in Chief. Oxford African American Studies Center wins 'outstanding work of reference published in electronic format' at the ISG (CILIP) / BookData Reference Awards 2006. Judging criteria included: the authority and quality of the work; scope and coverage; arrangement, and currency of the information; quality of indexing; adequacy of references; physical presentation; originality; and value for money.
Explore the world of African American history and the African diaspora through: Core content - 5 major Oxford encyclopedias covering all aspects of the African American past. Additional content from 18+ Oxford reference sources, all editorially selected and reviewed. 1300+ images available, with an ongoing image research program expected to add hundreds more annually. 250 primary sources, including the Emancipation Proclamation, Frederick Douglass's slave narratives, text of speeches, and more.
Brief introductory essays accompany each primary source. 200+ charts, tables, and graphs representing demographic information in the areas of history, government and politics, business and labour, education, law and crime, the arts, and much more. 50 thematic maps illustrating demographics and history in a variety of areas.
General timeline of African American history, and specific thematic timelines covering such topics as Women's History, Business, Sports, Literature, and more! Learning Center designed for the school market, this growing area helps users explore the content with ready reference tools such as country profiles, suggested lesson plans by grade level, and study guides to match the curriculum.
Wide range of search and browse options help users quickly navigate to the right content for their needs.
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Key stage: 4
Age range: 14-16+