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The dissertation and several papers by D.A. Albro PhD about three African languages (Nawdem/Nawdm in Togo, a Gur language; Malagasy in Madagascar and Mituku in Congo-Kinshasa, a Narrow Bantu language). There is a small dictionary for Nawdm. His linguistical focus is on: Optimality theory, Computational ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.linguistics.ucla.edu/people/grads/albro/papers.html
Site of Japanese working group of students and researchers on African languages. There are some full text documents (look for the table of contents below), and even where there are no full texts, you can still see the titles of the papers in English and have an insight into African language research in ... [editors ilissAfrica]
web.archive.org/.../index.html
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
Extremely extensive site with many resources (full text documents, dictionaries etc) to many different African languages. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.rogerblench.info/LingOP.htm
Articles and the dissertation of L.C. Buell PhD as online full texts. His focus is on: Syntax (locative inversion, reason and purpose questions [why questions], the right periphery, and copular constructions in Bantu languages; reason questions more generally, especially in SVO languages with Wh in ), morpho-syntax, phonology/syntax interface, Zulu tone, phonological, syntactic, historical, and comparative study of Semitic, Bantu. Languges he has written about: Zulu (South Africa), Wolof (Senegal), Swahili (Tanzania / Kenya) und Sambaa / Shambala (Tanzania). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.fizzylogic.com/users/bulbul/academic.html
Website with articles about the Ovimbundu, whi make up about one third of Angolas population. You will find articles on history, anthropology, politics, language, personalities (writers, ...), education, psychology and more. Furthermore, you will find a dictionary Umbundu <-> Portuguese and small lessons on Umbundu grammar. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.ovimbundu.org
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