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Five tales / pieces of oral literature written down (Xhosa, South Africa; Lenje, Zambia; Congo; Mbuti; Congo; Lamba, Zambia).Unfortunately, there is little background information about the tales, the videos do not function either. There are interactive questions to each story. [editors ilissAfrica]
uw-african.bitnamiapp.com/drupal/storyteller
The Institute for African Cultures and Anthropology was founded in Bandundu, Congo-Kinshasa, in 1965 by the Austrian missionary Hermann Hochegger. The site primarily gives an insight into the institute's publications including mostly extensive summaries of the books. [editors ilissAfrica]
web.archive.org/web/20080331122651/http://www.ceeba.at/
Project about schoolbooks under Belgian colonial rule in Congo-Kinshasa. The site offers a lot of full texts of the school books themselves and of some secondary literature about schoolbooks and education under Belgian colonial rule. Many school books are also linked to Christian missionary activity. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.abbol.com/projets/colschoolbks/presentation.php
Dissertation about early Congolese literature during Belgian colonial rule and about mutual influences. Among others, some early authors are presented which were not so well known until now, e.g.: Stefano Kaoze (1890-1951, Paul Panda Farnana (1888-1930), Nele Marian, Paul-Lomami Tshibamba (1914-1985), ... [editors ilissAfrica]
documents.univ-lille3.fr/.../TSHITUNGU_TSUTOMU.pdf
Online magazine from Congo-Kinshasa entirely in Lingala, with short stories, a dictionary French <=> Lingala and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.suka-epoque.de
The site of the Belgium based nonprofit organisation Congo Cultures presents some persons in the field of music, literatures and arts, as well as reports of their conferences. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.congocultures.net
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