The Nilotic Language Research Network is an international group of linguists who are actively studying Nilotic languages( countries: Kenia, Uganda, Sudan, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo-Kinshasa, Ethiopia and Eritrea). Network goals are to increase the quantity and quality of linguistic work on Nilotic languages, and lay the foundation for cross-family searchable databases. Among others, you can find some full texts about research done in this area.
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Website of a network of African Studies scholars in Yorkshire, UK, founded in 2010. The network is open to other African Studies scholars, too. The principles of the network are research beyond the nation-state, research on the relationship between local and global phenomena, and a commitment to engagement beyond strict academy. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The centre coordinates the scientific cooperation between the University of Yaoundé 1 as well as other Cameroonian and African Universities and German Universities. Another goal is the international networking of German departments of different African universities. [editors ilissAfrica]