The ZMO is devoted to an interdisciplinary and comparative study of the Middle East, Africa, South and Southeast Asia from a historical perspective. The library catalogue of the ZMO can be browsed online. Furthermore, you can find some fulltext documents under "Publikationen > Internetpublikationen". [editors ilissAfrica]
The USAK Center For Middle Eastern And African Studies concentrates on research on the Middle East. You will find only a few informations concerning African Studies, among others a few articles under "Articles - Analyses >> Africa". [editors ilissAfrica]
Project under construction
The project has two major objectives. First it seeks to produce a language atlas showing the geographical location of the Tanzanian languages, number of speakers for each language, and the genetic classification of the languages in question. Second, the project will produce a series of descriptive studies which will document the grammar and vocabulary of each of the languages spoken in Tanzania, excluding the already well-documented Swahili. The materials put together under this project will form the base of a Tanzanian languages archives.
You can furthermore find a Trilingual Ngh'wele-Swahili-English and Swahili-Ngh'wele-English wordlistand some fulltexts. ... [according to site editor's information]
Online portal of the magazine Revue Noire. You will find some texts online and three data bases about artists in the field of Fine Arts, Photography, and Literature and sometimes articles about the artists. [editors ilissAfrica]
Under "Ce que fait le réseau" > "Littératures d'Enfance" you will find full text documents (articles) about children's literature, among others in African countries (see table of contents). Under "Retrouver un chercheur" you will be redirected to the site http://www.chercheurs.auf.org where you can look for researchers in this specific network. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the Institute of African Studies at the Columbia University, New York. You will find information about the institute, two full text documents, and a newsletter with reports on different topics. [editors ilissAfrica]
"Africa Speaks" is a collection of essays and stories by Nigerien university students, about growing up and living in West Africa on the fault line between traditional and western cultures. Topics include childhood; natural and manmade disasters; magic and belief, customs and rituals; love, courtship, marriage and divorce; family life; rural vs. urban living; politics and public issues; education; heritage; being an outsider.The texts were written in 1990-92 at the University of Niamey, Niger Republic, in classes taught by Patricia Stoll, Fulbright Professor of Writing and Literature.
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