Search for journal articles on topics in the arts, humanities, social sciences and some math/science. Most journals have volumes/issues dating from the 19th century to within 3-5 years of present day. (ITHAKA)
Free website with record links to over 200,000 articles from Africa-focused scholarly journals, including full-text options wherever available. Originally created by David Bullwinkle, AfricaBib is hosted and maintained by Leiden University's African Studies Centre.
Search for articles from US newspapers that chronicle 150 years of the African American experience, including the Antebellum South, growth of the Black church, the Jim Crow Era, the Great Migration, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights movement, and more. Note: UR has access to Series 1 only. (Newsbank/Readex)
Online resource that "seeks to cover the entire range and sweep of African history, from the earliest stone tool–using hominids to the most recent religious movements, and from new interpretations of the Mau Mau movement in Kenya to recent reconsideration of the Rwanda genocide and its aftermath."