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The blog of the German Africa linguist Dr. Uwe Seibert offers texts and resources on the Ron-Kulere (culture, language, society, ..) in Central Nigeria. [editors ilissAfrica]
disang.wordpress.com
The website of afromix offers information, bibliographies, news and more on African music and culture with many news, weblinks and photographs. [editor's ilissAfrica]
www.afromix.org/index.en.html
Website with articles about the Ovimbundu, whi make up about one third of Angolas population. You will find articles on history, anthropology, politics, language, personalities (writers, ...), education, psychology and more. Furthermore, you will find a dictionary Umbundu <-> Portuguese and small lessons on Umbundu grammar. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.ovimbundu.org
The "Centre de Recherches Littéraires et Historiques de l'Océan Indien (CRLHOI)" and the "Observatoire Réunionnais des Arts, des Civilisations et des Littératures dans leur Environnement" (ORACLE) of the Université de la Réunion offer articles on the following topics: legal anthropology, Malagasy, ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.anthropologieenligne.com
Information on the Centre d' Études et de Recherches Ethnologiques et Linguistiques at the Université Toamasina in Madagascar. The Centre doesn't have a homepage of its own. The focus of research is Malagasy culture and identity. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.refer.mg/edu/minesup/toamasin/cerel/cerel.htm
This is Africa (TIA) is a forum for Africans, by Africans, to reclaim our identity, our heritage and our continent’s rightful political, economic and cultural position in the globalised world and in the global consciousness. [according to site editor's information]
thisisafrica.me/
Sarakasi Trust responds to the need for the further development and promotion of culture, performing arts and entertainment in East-Africa. The Trust aims to present the best of Kenyan creativity to the widest possible audience by organizing festivals and events, cultural exchanges, local and internation... [according to site editor's information]
sarakasi.org
A website written entirely in Fula, with news, stories (oral literature), translated articles, grammar (for people who already speak Fula), a French - Fula dictionary, videos and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.peeral.com
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