Old postcards, pictures and other information about the province Bas-Congo (the most to the west of Congo-Kinshasa, the only one at the sea), where the author of the blog used to live from 1966 to 1971. [editors ilissAfrica]
Information about culture and tourism in Burkina Faso, including some interesting reports and a lot of addresses of museums, art schools etc. Furthermore you will find information about the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism in Burkina Faso including important laws and decrees. [editors ilissAfrica]
Site created by Dr. Mukasa E. Ssemakula, Associate Professor at the Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. You will find extensive information on Buganda, its history, culture, politics, society etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
The "Centre de Recherches Littéraires et Historiques de l'Océan Indien (CRLHOI)" and the "Observatoire Réunionnais des Arts, des Civilisations et des Littératures dans leur Environnement" (ORACLE) of the Université de la Réunion offer articles on the following topics: legal anthropology, Malagasy, Reunion and Indian ethnography. Unfortunately, it is not clear who wrote the articles. You will also find a movie on funerals in Madagascar. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the Zulu Royal Family of South Africa. You will find information on previous kings, on the current king and his family, on events etc. Everything is written from the king's point of view. [editors ilissAfrica]
World Statesmen.org is an encyclopedia of the heads of state and heads of government and, in certain cases, de facto leaders occupying neither of those formal positions, of all countries and territories of the world. Subdivisions of some countries are presented including traditional polities, provinces, and states. This site also includes lists of the leaders of international, religious, and United States governmental organizations. ... [according to site editor's information]
This site presents an experimental on-line catalog of an exhibit: Cutting to the Essence, an illustrated essay-exhibit by Michael Conner on Yoruba art in wood and metal; and Shaping for the Fire, a similar exploration of Akan goldweights by Martha Ehrlich.
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