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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 ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.rci.rutgers.edu/~akinlabi/
Several articles by Dr Essono about education, languages and new information and communication technologies in Africa and especially in Cameroon. For more information about the author see: http://www.msha.fr/cemic/grem/cv/onguene.htm. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.cursus.edu/.../?...Module=ALL
Homepage of the Cameroon-project of SIL. Extensive information about the 270 languages of Cameroon (accroding to SIL), more than 380 downloadable full text documents, information about projects (research about languages, alphabetisation, literacy, producing grammars, dictionnaries and reading material, ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.silcam.org
Site with a lot of information, photographs (also historical ones), full text documents etc. about the Mambila of the Nigeria - Cameroon borderland and their neighbours (culture, history, language, geography, society etc). [editors ilissAfrica]
lucy.ukc.ac.uk/dz/
The Cameroonian Pan. African Cultural Center organises a competition whereby people can apply with texts written in a Cameroonian language. This initiative is meant to promote Cameroonian languages. The first winners will be announced on the website in December 2010. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.pplawr.org
Site of an Italian Anthropologists and Ethnomusicologist about his fieldwork in different "Pygmy" societies (Baka, Bedzan-Tikar, BaKola-BaGyeli, Aka) and other societies (Tikar, Bamoun, Bamileke)i n Central Africa. The site mainly contains photographs and small texts for the moment, as it still seems under construction. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.maurocampagnoli.com
A lot of resources and links to fulltexts, other sites etc. on chadic languages. You will find a link browsing for the respective chadic languages as well as a Who's Who of researchers. [editors ilissAfrica]
urn:ISSN:1618-7369
The "Online Bibliography of Chadic and Hausa Linguistics" (OBCHL), compiled byProfessor Paul Newman of Indiana University, is a comprehensive, openaccess bibliography containing more than 2500 entries. It is an updated, expanded, and corrected edition of the bibliography published some fifteen yearsago ... [according to site editor's information]
deva-research.uni-bayreuth.de/images/start/ChadicHausaBiblio_version01.pdf
The institute has a focus on Indonesia and Southeast Asia, but you will also find some research on African countries (e.g. Cape Verde, Sao Tome or Cameroon). The site offers broad information on teaching and research at the institute, as well as on publications, some fulltexts and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.ethno.uni-freiburg.de
Personal website of the linguist Van de Velde, who puts some of his papers online and has several sub-pages concerning the Cameroonian language Eton (excerpts from Van de Velde's PhD), a wordlist for Kikóongo (author: Jan Daeleman) and a "Myene documentation project" (also including several fulltext documents). [editors ilissAfrica]
webh01.ua.ac.be/markvandevelde/
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