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The Canadian Translation Bureau offers a Pan-African Glossary on Women and Development with 215 terms in each of the following languages: French, Creole, Fulfulde, Lingala, Mandingue, Swahili and English. [according to site editor’s information] [changed]
www.btb.gc.ca/btb.php?lang=eng&cont=505
The Canadian Translation Bureau offers a Pan-African Glossary of Sports which consists of 300 terms — 118 terms for track and field, 89 terms for boxing and 93 terms for football (soccer) — translated into French, Hausa, Lingala, Manden (Mandinka / Bambara / Jula) and Swahili, with English as the ... [changed]
www.btb.gc.ca/btb.php?lang=eng&cont=448
Audio files for the following languages: Akan / Twi, Bambara, Hausa, Swahili, Luganda, Shona und Wolof. The following languages have restricted access. Zulu (only pronouns and class exercises), Sesotho (Southern Sotho) and Setswana. You have to download and install a security software to use them (the ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.indiana.edu/~celtie/portal.html
"IU's African Studies Program offers a wide spectrum of courses and research in the humanities and social sciences, with special emphasis on history, linguistics, anthropology, folkore, and the arts. Particular emphasis is on research related to three thematic areas: 1) expressive culture; 2) political ... [supplemented]
www.indiana.edu/~afrist/
The African Studies Program at the Indiana University offers a lot of resources for the study of African languages. The "African language materials" under "IUB Language Lab" and the "Folk Tales and Songs" are freely accessible. They offer audiofiles and texts (oral literature, lyrics of songs) for the ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.indiana.edu/~afrilang/resources.html
Homepage of Erwin Ebermann, researcher in African Studies at the University of Vienna. The site includes information about his research projects and publications, includes a few full text documents. [editors ilissAfrica]
homepage.univie.ac.at/erwin.ebermann/
"Interest in language technology research for African languages has seen a tremendous increase in recent years. This is marked by the growing availability of digital corpora, dictionaries and tools for many (formerly) resource-scarce African languages. The AfLaT website aims to catalogue these resources ... [according to site editor’s information]
aflat.org
Homepage of Prof. Schuh, wrote wrote the famous "Spoken Hausa" textbook together with Cowan. This site offers you very extensive resources, different websites about projects and languages, many full text documents and audio and video files. Schuh's focus is on Chadic languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/linguistics/people/schuh/schuh.htm
Links to online dictionaries, phrasebooks, translators or grammars for the Afro-Asiatic-Languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.yourdictionary.com/languages/afroasia.html
Dr. Maho from the Department of Oriental and African Languages at the University Of Gothenburg (Göteborg) presents many links and his own fulltext documents in the field of African philology and linguistics (see: Papers & Downloads and WebAL - Web Resources For African Languages). [editors ilissAfrica]
goto.glocalnet.net/maho/
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