Alden, Patricia, David Lloyd, and Ahmed Samatar (eds.): African Studies and the Undergraduate Curriculum. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers. 1994. 336 pp.
While there is substantial study abroad literature focused on issues relevant to Western Europe, and more and more on Latin America, Eastern Europe, Australia and East Asia, there is little available for the advisor or administrator investigating study abroad in Africa.1 This book review, therefore, represents a modest effort to fill that gap, with reference to a useful edited collection on African Studies and the Undergraduate Curriculum.