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Extractions: Baule Home Africa, African Anthropology General Resources By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu ArtWorld AFRICA - Baule "One of the Akan group sharing similar language and, in general, matrilineal inheritance. They broke away from the Asante of Ghana in the 18th century, bringing with them craftsmanship in gold and gold leaf decoration." - From University of Durham - http://artworld.uea.ac.uk/teaching_modules/africa/cultural_groups_by_country/baule/welcome.html Baule People "The Baule belong to the Akan peoples who inhabit Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. Three hundred years ago the Baule people migrated westward from Ghana when the Asante rose to power. The tale of how they broke away from the Asante has been preserved in their oral traditions." You will find material related to history, culture, religion, political structure, art and more. - From University of Iowa - http://www.uiowa.edu/~africart/toc/people/Baule.html
WWF-Pakistan PEOPLE-WOMEN-INDIGENOUS PEOPLES In South africa , for instance, where President Mandelas of the UN Decade of indigenous peoples, looks at Title The wodaabe Kalasha The Rites of Spring http://www.wwfpak.org/tv-catalogpeople.htm
Extractions: When China and Pakistan cemented their strategic alliance in the early 1970s by building the Karakoram Highway , centuries of isolation in the valleys of northern Pakistan were shattered. Ruled for decades by the feudal Mirs or princes, the people had always survived by a precarious agricultural system. But with the abolition of the Mirs powers in 1972, this fragile infrastructure began to disintegrate. The Aga Khan Rural Support Programme , started in 1983, has helped to establish over 2000 village organisations to oversee new projects from irrigation to food preservation and womens education. But, as Paul Clearys exquisitely shot film makes clear, progress has also brought tension. The road is exacting demands from the people of
IPACC - Regional Information: West Africa peoples are not basing their claims on being the first peoples of the Groups claiming indigenous status include the Tuareg, Bororo, wodaabe, Tubu (Teda and http://www.ipacc.org.za/regional/regional.asp?Region=West_Africa
Extractions: images and paintings of eyes by international artists Artwork by Maria Victoria Medina United States Maria Victoria Medina was born in Medellin, Colombia, on July 20, 1949. The following is her statement about the paintings on display: "Far into the mountains of Colombia, near a crystal clear river with varied colored rocks, flowering trees and birds singing overhead, I played my flute for the universe and the cows that came to drink from the river. The passing from one dimension to another is painful. After all the detailed work of the portrait with its majestic beauty, painting on top makes it necessary to let go. But, when I bring the person back in the ethereal plane, it is pure joy! I am blessed to be able to manifest spiritual meaning in a painting and remind people where we come from, where we are, and what we are. Her work has been exhibited in Colombia and in New York and Florida in the United States. From Oct 1996 to Jan 1997, Medina's collection of
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Mali: Educational Resources the way that two cultures, the wodaabe people of Niger an overview of the geography and indigenous peoples of the of the opulence of West africa during Middle http://www.vmfa.state.va.us/mali_ed_res1.html
Extractions: Series host Basil Davidson traces the routes of the medieval gold trade, which reached from Africa to India, China, and the city-states of Italy. African kings grew rich and powerful as a result. This episode traces the African gold trade from its beginning in the early Middle Ages through its end in late fifteenth century. African Carving: A Dogon Kanaga Mask AT-19 This film documents the process that a Dogon carver uses to create a Kanaga mask. The carver must find a proper Tagoda tree from which to make the mask; he must also pray and make offerings to the tree-spirit in order to be allowed to use the sacred wood. The Kanaga mask that he makes is one of the most characteristic emblems of Mali and it will be used in sacred ceremonies of the Dogon people. African Sculpture from Private Collections PS-29 This kit shows examples of 19th century art from the private collections of Merton Simpson and Peter Pollack. The works illustrate the interrelationship of symbol, function, and style in African art. African sculpture expresses the values and attitudes of the society from which it came, and this fact is developed in the script that accompanies this slide kit.
REFERENCES indigenous Agricultural Revolution Ecology and Food Production in West africa Nomadic peoples 5 65 88 for Beasts Lake Chad from the Nomadic wodaabe Point of http://www.fao.org/DOCREP/006/Y5115E/y5115e0f.htm
Extractions: Amanor, Kojo S. 1995. Dynamics of Herd Structures and Herding Strategies in West Africa: a Study of Market Integration and Ecological Adaptation. Africa Behnke, Roy H. and Ian Scoones. 1993. Rethinking Range Ecology: Implications for Rangeland Management in Africa. In: Range Ecology at Disequilibrium: New Models of Natural Variability and Pastoral Adaptation in African Savannas. Bierschenk, Thomas and Reiner Forster. Applied Geography and Development Bloch, Maurice. 1991. Language, Anthropology and Cognitive Science. Man Bonfiglioli, Angelo M. Ngaynaaka: Herding According to the WoDaaBe. Tahoua, Niger, Niger Range and Livestock Project. Discussion Paper 2. Bonfiglioli, Angelo M. Introduction to the History of the Wodaabe. Niamey, Niger Range and Livestock Project. Discussion Paper 3. Bonfiglioli, Angelo M. Dudal. Histoire de famille et histoire de troupeau chez un groupe de Wodaabe du Niger . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Bonfiglioli, Angelo M., Cynthia White, L. Loutan and Jeremy J. Swift. 1984. The Wodaabe. In:
Extractions: About Contents Search Comments ... Internet Resources Dr. Constance Cortez Santa Clara University Department of Art Santa Clara, California Email: email@example.com COURSE OBJECTIVES: This is not a survey course. It will not cover all the arts of all the peoples of Africa, Oceania, and the Native Americas. Rather, certain aspects of selected cultural traditions will he examined in order to establish a foundation for advanced upper division study of visual culture in these three areas of the world. In addition to learning about a number of specific cultural groups at particular historical moments, our goal is to understand more fully how art historical and anthropological methodologies, theories, and practices structure our encounters with the cultural materials of Africans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Americans. Art as Technology: The Arts of Africa, Oceania, Native America, SouthernCalifornia (edited by Zena Pearlstone, Beverly Hills: Hillcrest Press, 1989) is available at the student bookstore. All other assigned readings are on reserve at the library. Additionally, there are a number of articles and books that have been placed on reserve in the library for supplementary reading. CLASS PARTICIPATION: You are expected to attend all class sessions and to turn in assignments on the assigned date. 2 points will be deducted for each day after more than 2 absences. This grade is also based on "active listening," that is, listening to what others have to say and offering your own comments and opinions during classroom and group discussions.
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Rashaida Samburu San (Namibia) Tuareg (Sahara) wodaabe Library african Studies indigenous peoples Rights Question in africa african Experience of God http://www.michs.tsv.catholic.edu.au/indiginouslinks.htm
Extractions: GENERAL CENTRE FOR WORLD INDIGENOUS STUDIES AUSTRALIA Australia Maps (Magellan) WWW Virtual Library: Aboriginal Studies Koori Net The Term "Koori" ... DESERT DREAM AOTEAROA (New Zealand) MAORI COM TE PUNI KOKIRI: MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT ASIA INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF ASIA THE KAREN PEOPLE AINU (Japan) THE PACIFIC POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTRE PACIFIC ISLANDS INTERNET RESOURCE TAHITI WEB THE COOK ISLANDS THE AMERICAS SEE NATIVE AMERINDIAN LINKS PAGE ON OUR SITE THE NATIVE AMERICAN ADVENTURE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN MAYA CIVILIZATION - PAST AND PRESENT THE ARCTIC PEOPLE OF THE ARCTIC CIRCLE AFRICA Other African Sites Africa-Net African Documents African National Congress African Networking (Rhodes University, South Africa) ... African Experience of God through the eyes of an Akan Woman
Films & Video Recordings On AFRICA David MayburyLewis visits the wodaabe tribe of communism, apartheid in South africa, discrimination in the and the associations of indigenous peoples who seek http://www.info.library.yorku.ca/depts/smil/filmographies/africa.htm
Extractions: Fax:416-736-5838 Fall/Winter Hours: Summer Hours: Please note the following abbreviations: MP : 16mm film VC : VHS videotape VC 3/4 : 3/4" videotape AFRICA SERIES 52 min. each 1984 RM Arts Prod. 1. DIFFERENT BUT EQUAL VC #1206 and #4494 Traces the early history of the continent noting that some of the world's greatest prehistoric civilizations had their origins in Africa. 2. MASTERING A CONTINENT VC #1207 and #4494 Examines how African farmers created a viable way of life in an often hostile environment. 3. CARAVANS OF GOLD
About WWF Peul (wodaabe) lady filling waterskins in temporary pool In africa, 21 per cent of the population s of engaging local and indigenous peoples in conservation. http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/what_we_do/freshwater/news/news.cfm?uNewsID=2628
Africa Draft A study of the wodaabe Pastoral Fulani of Western in Meillassoux (ed.), The Development of indigenous Trade and Mair, L., peoples of africa, chapters 5, 10 http://www.kent.ac.uk/anthropology/courses/undergrad/SE512/1998.html
Extractions: AFRICAN SOCIETIES Michaelmas and Lent Terms Telephone extension: 3360 Number Registered for Course : max 40 Email list for Course : firstname.lastname@example.org Assessment Procedure : You will be assessed by a combination of two essays, a bibliography on one of the topics covered and contributions to the course email list. At the end, a three hour examination is held. Essays etc contribute 10% of all marks, the examination 90%. You must make at least four contributions to the email list which include at least two article summaries (but not including essays and the bibliography which should not be sent to the list). Assignment Requirements : Essays need to be of at least 2000 words, not more than 3000 in length and must be typed first essay on 18 December 1998 by 3.00 p.m.
UIUC Media Center Contacts 542 Wildebeest 569 Witchcraft 551 wodaabe people 554 Wolof shows causes and effects of africa s many political of life of its indigenous peoples; describes the http://gateway.library.uiuc.edu/ugl/mrc/africana_bib.html
Africa Studies Videos In The Harvard Libraries the triple heritage of africa its indigenous, Western, and the Mursi Tribe Stealing Beauty the wodaabe and Tuareg film about the different peoples who made http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~cafrica/videos.shtml
Extractions: African Studies Videos in the Harvard Libraries The acquisition of African Studies videos is expensive and labor intensive, but they represent an invaluable resource for teaching and research on Africa. At Harvard the main collection of these videos is located in Widener Library, but there are also smaller collections in the Harvard Libraries listed below. The most accurate way to determine the status of an individual African Studies video is to do a search through the HOLLIS catalogue of all Harvard Library holdings at http://lib.harvard.edu Harvard's Libraries serve the University's current faculty, students, staff, and researchers who hold valid Harvard IDs. Since policies on admittance and borrowing, hours, and services vary for each of them, it is best to contact them directly for details. Lamont Library African Studies Videos in the Specialized Libraries ... Home African Studies Videos in Widener Library Widener's African videos must be requested at least several days in advance so they can be shipped to the Circulation Desk. This can be done in person at the Widener Circulation Desk or by computer using "HOLLIS."
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Extractions: Used price: Artist: Michael Fracasso Tracks: Average review score: a neglected classic This is a great album. It's a shame it's been allowed to go out of print. Songs of yearning like "Thing About You" and "Apple Pie" are perfect for Fracasso's dreamy, wistful voice. And "Love and Trust" and "Girl From Ohio" are full of the little descriptive touches that make for great songwriting ("Flagging down strangers who might help/Feeling like a stranger to herself"). If you are a fan of Lucinda, Gillian, and John Hiatt or Prine, find this disc and buy it. A True Classic Nearly a decade after its release, this out-of-print disc by this unjustifiably obscure artist remains one of my all-time favorites. I might describe the sound as Dylan-meets-Jimmie Dale Gilmore-meets-Buddy Holly, but that doesn't really do it justice. I would place this CD in a class with truly brilliant records like Dylan's "Blood on the Tracks" or Emmylou Harris' "Wrecking Ball." If you are looking for something great that you have never heard before, I urge you to seek out this CD. Mandolins from Italy Released in Audio CD by Arc Music (12 March, 2002)
Extractions: (for ethnomusicology by region) Across the Frontiers ( Tribal Eye Discusses the international processes and positive and negative external forces that effect change in tribal societies.1976 52 min. Video/C 181 Body Art Throughout history people in nearly every culture have decorated or altered their bodies. The reasons are as varied as the patterns and processes: they seek to define themselves and their positions in society, to declare their allegiance to a god or to a cause, to conform to the customs of a group or to shock or entertain. From body painting to piercing to scarification, from tattoos to plastic surgery, from the Bronze age to the computer age, this film explores and celebrates the stunning diversity of body art. 2000. 50 min. DVD 1239 Different Paths: Shamanism, Cults, and Religion on Demand