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The International Boundaries Research Unit works to enhance the resources available for the peaceful resolution of problems associated with international boundaries on land and at sea, including their delimitation, demarcation and management (boundary and territorial issues ). This website provides information on IBRU's activities and services, including research and consultancy, training workshops, conferences and publications (many free full text documents). The site also includes a searchable boundary news archive, a publications 'purchase and download' service, and links to other boundary-related websites and online resources.
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Extensive information about the !Kung, !Khwe, /Xam, Gana, Hadzabe, Sandawe, Dahalo (als known as San or "Bushmen") in the southern African countries. You will find many texts concerning different aspects of their lives, but first and foremost about current (political) questions concerning the survival of their peoples and cultures. Furthermore, there is a bibliography. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Bibliography about the Comoros by Harriet und Martin Ottenheimer, authors of the Historical Dictionary of the Comoro Islands (1994) and Professors of Anthropology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. [editors ilissAfrica; Info about authors: Karen Fung]
Site with a lot of information, photographs (also historical ones), full text documents etc. about the Mambila of the Nigeria - Cameroon borderland and their neighbours (culture, history, language, geography, society etc). [editors ilissAfrica]
Site has a lot of extensive information and special sites to different topics of Botswana history. The following sites are especially worth noting: the story and background of "El Negro", a stuffed (!) man from Botswana who was exhibited in Spain 1916-1997, the sites under "Botswana History", especially the ones about cinema in Botswana, and the full text documents. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Information about the degree programme "Geographical research in development in Africa". You will find information on the Bachelor studies (a master is not offered yet). Moreover, there are some documents for download, among others "Studying Africa. A guide to the sources". [editors ilissAfrica]
This website offers you a more detailed bibliography for the study "Frauen und Kriege in Afrika" (Women and wars in Africa), which was published as a book in 2008 with the German publisher Brandes und Apsel. As the bibliography also contains many English titels, it may also be interesting for English readers.
New entries of the data base World Affairs Online / Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde (WAO/IBLK), classed by region and country. [editors ilissAfrica]
Rural women, population and development in Lusophone African countries - An annotated bibliography of selected literature in Portuguese Language 1991 - 1996. [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of a French research group with international aspiration. The site serves to collect a lot of information on publications, research, theses etc. on "History of Law in the Colonies". [editors ilissAfrica]