International Index to Black Periodicals Full Text   Connect to International Index to Black Periodicals Full Text
Also known as: IIBP Full Text
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International Index to Black Periodicals Full Text includes current and retrospective bibliographic citations and abstracts from over 150 scholarly and popular journals, newspapers, and newsletters from the United States, Africa and the Caribbean—and full-text coverage of 40 core Black Studies periodicals (1998 forward). Most IIBP Full Text records in the current coverage (1998 forward) contain an abstract, and additionally many IIBP Full Text records contain the corresponding full text of the original article.

Coverage is international in scope and multidisciplinary—spanning cultural, economic, historical, religious, social, and political issues of vital importance to the Black Studies discipline. Indexed journals include African Affairs, African Studies Review, Black Issues in Higher Education, Caribbean Quarterly, Ebony, Howard Law Journal, The New Crisis, and the Western Journal of Black Studies.

Coverage: varies (some as far back as 1902; full text 1998 to the present)
Updated: monthly
Journals: Title Lists for current titles, full-text titles, and retrospective titles is available.
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Last modified: 05/19/14