iliss-Logo iliss-Logo iliss-Logo iliss-Logo
Bild
ilissAfrica » Internet resources: Search

Internet resources: Search

Hits 1-5 of 5 (0,01 Seconds)
The African Studies Program at the Indiana University offers a lot of resources for the study of African languages. The "African language materials" under "IUB Language Lab" and the "Folk Tales and Songs" are freely accessible. They offer audiofiles and texts (oral literature, lyrics of songs) for the ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.indiana.edu/~afrilang/resources.html
The database of the University Library Bielefeld (Germany) offers free access to fulltext documents written bei members of the university. These may include working papers, articles, theses, dissertations etc.
bieson.ub.uni-bielefeld.de
The dissertation challenges the common belief that Orality is obsolete and, as such, a sigh of "underdevelopment"; that Orality is anti-modernization and thus damned [sic] to disappear. Against this belief [it] will be shown here that Orality does not in any case disappear without leaving traces; that it ... [supplemented]
edok01.tib.uni-hannover.de/edoks/e01dh07/521639948.pdf
The strory "La belle histoire de Leuk-le-lièvre" by Léopold Sédar Senghor and Abdoulaye Sadji (1953) was edited as an audiobook in 2007. For this audiobook, teaching material was created which you can dowload here for free (in French). [editors ilissAfrica]
www.francophonie.org/La-belle-histoire-de-Leuk-le.html
This site offers you oral literature / tales from Mali, Senegal, Mauritania and Haiti. For every tale, you have the written text, two audio files: the tale read in French and in the original language (Bamanankan, Wolof, Serer-Sine / Seereer, Dogon) and pedagocical instructions for teachers. Moreover, you ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.conte-moi.net
A website is missing? Suggest a website.
© ilissAfrica 2009 - 2019 | Last Update: 8. Dezember 2017 | LULA QONDA! | Imprint