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The catalogue contains bibliographical data about over 5,000 items, i.e. original, hand-written manuscripts or literature about manuscripts. The items are either in Arabic or in Ajami (Hausa, Fulfulde, Wolof) and come mainly from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, and Mali. The data were taken from four different ... [editors ilissAfrica]
digital.library.northwestern.edu/arbmss/index.html
Blog by Prof. Adamu, Nigeria, about popular culture and especially literature in Northern Nigeria (Hausa). Unfortunately, the last entry is of June 2007. See for the table of contents concerning articles written. [editors ilissAfrica]
arewanci.blogspot.com
Homepage of the Program of African Studies at the Northwestern University, Illinois, USA. The Programme offers Undergraduate and Graduate Studies. You will find broad information on the programme, events, scholarships, the famous Herskovits Library (you will also find some fulltexts about the founder of ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.northwestern.edu/african-studies/
Blog by Yusuf M. Adamu, PhD, writer and lecturer from Nigeria. He writes in English as well as in Hausa. You will find arcticles as well as poems. For the topics, see table of contents. [editors ilissAfrica]
tagarduniya.blogspot.com
Online articles by Prof. Philips. Some of them were published in Hausa in the famous Northern Nigerian Newspaper "Gaskiya ta fi Kwabo". They are not accessible via the newspaper's own homepage. [editors ilissAfrica]
human.cc.hirosaki-u.ac.jp/philips/essays.htm
Malam Haliru Muhammad Wurno was a historian who lived in Wurno Nigeria, sometime capital of the Sokoto Caliphate and final resting place of Sultan Muhammad Bello and other rulers and Wazirs of the Caliphate. Haliru's knowledge of the history of the town was a great help to all historians who have ... [supplemented and changed]
human.cc.hirosaki-u.ac.jp/philips/Haliru/haliru.htm
Kenny is a professor at the Dominican Institute, Ibadan, Nigeria, since 2001. He focusses on Islam and the relationship between Islam and Christianity. His website offers a lot of resources and fulltexts concerning this topic, including some e-books. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.josephkenny.joyeurs.com
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