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Database: The data was gathered as part of a lexicostatistical survey of about 100 Tanzanian languages undertaken in the early 1970s by Derek Nurse, Gérard Philippson and a team from the Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics of the University of Dar es Salaam. [according to site editor's information]
linguistics.berkeley.edu/CBOLD/Docs/TLS.html
Project under construction The project has two major objectives. First it seeks to produce a language atlas showing the geographical location of the Tanzanian languages, number of speakers for each language, and the genetic classification of the languages in question. Second, the project will produce a ... [according to site editor's information]
www.sprak.gu.se/amnen/afrikanska/forskning/the-language-of-tanzania/
Wikipedia site in Swahili - Tanzania / Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, Burundi, Somalia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Mayotte. At present (17.01.08), there are 6,530 articles. [editors ilissAfrica]
sw.wikipedia.org
Lexicon Maasai - English / English - Maasai. Besides alphabetic sorting, there is also sorting by category. Furthermore you will find a detailed introduction to the Maasai language. [editors ilissAfrica]
darkwing.uoregon.edu/~dlpayne/Maa%20Lexicon/lexicon/main.htm
Project about language and cultural change among the Maasai. Project Director: Doris L. Payne of the University of Oregon. The site contains an introduction to Maasai, an online dictionary, a short story in Maasai and a list of further texts in Maasai. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.uoregon.edu/~maasai/
Homepage of the NGO Maasai Association which argues for preservation of Maasai culture. You will find information about Maasai culture. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.maasai-association.org
Site about the language of the Nyakyusa / Ngonde in Tanzania / Malawi. You will find many traditional short stories in Nyakyusa, information about the language, information about scholars / research done about Nyakyusa, a short excerpt from the probably first book that appeared in Nyakyusa some time ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.nyakyusa.com
Homepage of the linguist David Odden at the Department of Linguistics of the Ohio State University. Among others, he does research on the languages Kerewe (Tanzania) und Lagwan / Zina Kotoko (here: a dialect that is spoken in Chad). See for the table of contents for his full text documents which include ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.ling.ohio-state.edu/~odden/
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
You can find some of the jounal's articles here as full text documents free of charge. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.unc.edu/~ottotwo/
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