This site has some interesting links and above all the text: "Afrolusitanistik im deutschsprachigen Raum: Geschichte und Gegenwart einer Grenzdisziplin" (Afro-Lusophone Studies in German speaking countries: Past and Present of a border discipline) by M. Perl, University of Mainz, Germany. This overview also contains a bibliography. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Publication list by Prof. Matthias Perl, University of Mainz. Perl has published many articles about lusophone Africa. You will find those articles under different chapters, not only under "2.9.2. Portugiesisch in Afrika"! [editors ilissAfrica]
Publications of Prof. Akinlabi with many fulltext documents for the following languages: Lokaa, Yoruba, Ibibio, Agbirigba (based on the Ogbakiri dialect of Ikwere, an Igboid language), Nkoroo (Nigeria), Kinande (Democratic Republic of the Congo / DRC / Congo-Kinshasa), and Ngwo (Cameroon). His focus is on phonology and tonal phenomena. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The website of the non-profit organisation "European-Capverdian Friendship" offers a lot of articles, news and travelogues on the Cape Verde islands. The articles deal with very different issues, such as music, stamps, the relationship between Cape Verde and the GDR or the history of Cape Verde during World War II, among others. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The website offers bibliographical data and partly fulltexts and scans of material from the different Africa collections at the University of Florida. Content see table of contents. [editors ilissAfrica]
Gramar of Cape-Verdian Portuguese as it is spoken on the island of Santiago. As the original website does no longer exist, this is a copy of the internet archive, which does not include the dictionary. [editors ilissAfrica]
Scientific Association that deals with the former Portuguese colonies and Lusophonie. Besides information on publications, conferences and the like, you will find their journal "Lusotopie". The fulltext of the articles can be accessed for the issues between 1995-2004. As from 2005 on, access is subject to a fee.
Information on two research projects on Nigerian English at the chair for Applied Linguistics (English), University Augsburg, Germany: 1) Standardisation processes in Nigerian English (DFG project GU 548/6-1) (August 2010- August 2012): Research on the emergence of a local standard of English in Nigeria2) ICE Nigeria (since 2007)Compilation of a written and spoken corpus of English in Nigeria ... [editors ilissAfrica]