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Homepage of the feminist organisation Women's World - Africa section. You will find, among others, some full texts and interviews with known women, mostly authors. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.wworld.org/programs/regions/africa.htm
The Center for African Studies at the School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA has a focus on literatures (incl. linguistics), gender, history, environment and development. The Center also belongs to the new Department "African, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and ... [editors ilissAfrica]
ruafrica.rutgers.edu
The aim of this guide is to assist K-12 teachers, librarians, and students in locating on-line resources on Africa that can be used in the classroom, for research and studies. [according to site editor's information]
www.africa.upenn.edu/outreach/k-12/africa-guide
The blog of the German Africa linguist Dr. Uwe Seibert mainly offers a variety of links where to find Hausa internet resources such as texts (incl. e-books, e.g. http://hausaonline.wordpress.com/2009/11/27/hausa-texts-found-in-the-internet-archive/), audio and video files, learning material and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
hausaonline.wordpress.com
Basic information about the Bubi of Equatorial Guinea. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.culturabubi.org
Homepage of the Institute for African Studies at the University of Vienna. You will find many full text documents on this website. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.univie.ac.at/afrika
Full text document by Hans M. Zell. Introduction to the effective use of google as a tool for finding relevant web pages about African Studies topics. [editors ilissAfrica]
web.archive.org/web/20100404082132/http://www.hanszell.co.uk/google
Extract from the revised and updated full text document by Hans M. Zell "Using Google for African Studies Research: A Guide to Effective Web Searching". Introduction to the effective use of google as a tool for finding relevant web pages about African Studies topics. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.indiana.edu/~libsalc/african/googlescholar.html
Homepage of Prof. Dr. Ernst Kausen, Mathematician and Linguist at the FH Gießen. Detailed and clear classification of the languages of the world, including the four African language families: Afro-asiatic languages, Nilo-Saharan languages, Niger-Congo languages, Khoisan languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
homepages.fh-giessen.de/kausen/klassifikation.html
Basic information about different African languages (no comprehensive list!) and extensive bibliographical information about text books and other resources. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.isp.msu.edu/AfrLang/hiermenu.html
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