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Blog of the researcher Tierno Bah about past and present issues of Guinea, as well as some other African states. Bah also writes an amount of other interesting blogs, especially about West Africa (Mande, Fulani, Fuuta, ....) and about computer science in Africa (list of blogs: see table of contents).You will also find some fulltexts and e-books (e.g. in Ajami-Fulfulde includind Latin transcription). ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The blog offers some elder pcitures from Gabon, including some texts that the author of the blog partly collected from other websites. [editors ilissAfrica]
This website gathers a montage of the archival sources gathered during Enriquo Martinos PHD. About a thousand two hundred items and counting hundreds of pages long, from fourteen archives in nine countries. The sources trace amongst other things, the migrants and labourers in and around the plantation island of Fernando Pó, moving along the intersections of the Spanish, British and French empires and through numerous societies in Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Cameroon and Gabon for most of the twentieth century. The button "Biblio" has to be pointed out, because it enables the user to read the orginal literature the Author has used for his research. ... [according to the site editor's information & editors ilissAfrica]
World War I mainly happened in Europe, but it didn't only happen to Europeans. World War I also happened outside Europe, and it did so because of Europeans. By digging into the archives of former colonial powers, the site brings into the light the underplayed African parts of the first global conflict. With photos, cartoons, maps and caricatures, not only does the site aim to challenge the boilerplate narrative of WWI but to change the usual narrators. ... [according to site editor's information]
The African American Intellectual Historical Society (AAIHS) is a scholarly organization founded in January 2014 to foster dialogue about researching, writing, and teaching black thought and culture. African American intellectual history is a growing and thriving subfield and the AAIHS believes that together with its blog, Black Perspectives, it can play a role in fostering that growth for years to come. It is open to scholars in all disciplines, including but not limited to African American history, literature, philosophy, art, dance, and film [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff, ilissAfrica]....
Le Blog des Documentaires sur l'Afrique ist ein Weblog, der die Möglichkeit bietet, sich über eine große Anzahl afrikanischer Länder bezüglich ihrer Geschichte, Geographie, Geopolitik und Kunst zu informieren [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters, Redaktion ilissAfrica].
Remembering Biafra - History, Memory & the Global Impact of the Nigerian Civil War is a website about the George Washington University's “Remembering Biafra” conference which will bring together scholars, activists, and humanitarians to examine the global impact of the Nigeria-Biafra War of 1967-70. The website also features a weblog and historical information about the Nigeria-Biafra-War [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....