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Project that records and preserves oral literature all over the world. Under "Collections" you will find articles, videos and audios for the respective projects / languages. There is not yet material for each project documented on the map. Under "Research & Outreach" you will find a database of ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.oralliterature.org
Atlas on endangered and dying African languages, online version based on the printed edition of 2010. One can search for country, language, number of speakers or status of the language. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.unesco.org/languages-atlas/en/atlasmap.html
Homepage of R. Blench PhD, whose working focus is drylands management, the environment and rural development in (West) Africa and Asia. You can find many freely accessible online papers about these topics, but also about other topics (e.g. the Ghana-Togo-Languages, see table of contents). Please note ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.rogerblench.info/RBOP.htm
Repositiry of the University of Melbourne, Australia, containign a lot of fulltexts, scans and other resources. [editors ilissAfrica]
dtl.unimelb.edu.au
Articles and the dissertation of H. Torrence PhD as online full texts. His focus is on: transformational grammar, wh-movement / movement-q, complementizer, syntax. Analized languages are: Wolof ( Senegal) and Avatime (Ghana). [editors ilissAfrica]
www.people.ku.edu/~torrence/
Extremely extensive site with many resources (full text documents, dictionaries etc) to many different African languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.rogerblench.info/LingOP.htm
This site offers you a lot of resources concerning endangered languages. You will find information on projects, fulltext documents, multimedia resources, publications and much more. Unfrtunately, the "interactive map" is not interactive, so that you can not search directly for languages in a specific country. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.hrelp.org
In 2000 the VolkswagenFoundation started the DOBES programme (Dokumentation bedrohter Sprachen) in order to document languages that are potentially in danger of becoming extinct within a few years’ time. The DOBES Archive is part of The Language Archive (TLA) which is located at the Max Planck Institute ... [according to site editor's information & editors ilissAfrica]
dobes.mpi.nl/
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