Happy blog birthday, African Studies Library!

Now we are two! Our second blog anniversary was yesterday, so we feel that we can congratulate ourselves today.

What’s our most popular blog post? The UNESCO General History of Africa post has received 300% more views than the next most popular page on this site. It’s a great resource, is a free, full text, e-book to download, and is publically avilable to all (Open Access).

Who reads this blog? Our viewers come from 115 different countries in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia (listed here in order of the number of visits from each country since our first day, February 25, 2012 according to the WordPress log statistics):

United States
Canada
United Kingdom
Germany
Sweden
South Africa
Ghana
Israel
Kenya
France
United Republic of Tanzania
Australia
Netherlands
Nigeria
Brazil
Italy
Belgium
India
Mexico
Zimbabwe
Finland
Portugal
Spain
Denmark
Uganda
Sudan
Philippines
Austria
Zambia
Egypt
Norway
Ethiopia
Rwanda
Switzerland
Japan
Pakistan
Ireland
Russian Federation
Mozambique
Indonesia
Czech Republic
Chile
Iceland
Burundi
Benin
Turkey
Republic of Korea
Jamaica
Thailand
Mauritius
Cameroon
Malaysia
Senegal
Morocco
Réunion
Cape Verde
Iraq
Hungary
Costa Rica
Lithuania
Greece
Malawi
Ukraine
Hong Kong
Suriname
New Zealand
Barbados
Panama
Singapore
Mali
Algeria
Gambia
Liberia
Taiwan
Bahamas
Qatar
Romania
United Arab Emirates
Burkina Faso
Botswana
Dominican Republic
Sierra Leone
Angola
Colombia
Saudi Arabia
Malta
Trinidad and Tobago
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Serbia
Argentina
Tunisia
Poland
Lebanon
Venezuela
Belize
Swaziland
Côte d’Ivoire
Myanmar
Puerto Rico
Niger
Cambodia
Viet Nam
Slovakia
Ecuador
Madagascar
Moldova
Djibouti
Guam
Gabon
Oman
Paraguay
Sri Lanka
Croatia
Aruba
Congo

We extend our warmest welcome to all readers and offer best wishes to everyone with an interest in Africa, its people, and environment. Thanks for your support.

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