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A list of key international academic journals is available on Wikipedia. The African Studies Centre (University of Leiden) also produces a quarterly list of abstracts for journal arrticles and edited works. This now includes the Library of Congress's Quarterly Index of African periodical literature (1991-2011) The link is below.
The Bodleian Libraries, the Weston Library in particular, hold a wide range of key printed journals for African Studies including Journal of Contemporary African History. West Africa, and Review of African Political Economy. To find both printed and electronic journal titles search SOLO, Oxford Libraries' catalogue.
Use the OxLIP+ databases to find journal articles on a country or subject. Key databases for African studies are:
Google Scholar is also an easy way of finding journal articles. See the tips below.
Here are some tips to get the best out of Google Scholar:
Ways to access subscription resources off campus:
For further information see the Bodleian Libraries remote access guide.