Africa Indigenous People Baule Home. africa, african Anthropology General Resources. By peoples. Shambaa Shona Songo Songye Suku Swahili Tabwa Tuareg Urhobo We Wimiama Wodaabe wolof Woyo Wum http://www.archaeolink.com/africa_indigenous_people_baule.htm
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
Africa Frontier peoples in africa ( GIVING STATUS E = expandable C and work with the wolof people by joining this partnership For Every People An indigenous Church. For Every Church - A http://www.pff.net/Projects/projafr.htm
Extractions: (GIVING STATUS E = expandable C = capped) #E-040060 Afar Country Ethiopia CG EECMY None Islam pffnet-afar @yahoogroups.com Afar is a state in northeast Ethiopia with a population of 1.1 million, almost all of whom are members of the Afar tribe. They are 99.2% Muslim. In 1994 only 2.7% of the people attended school. Even today many are nomadic animal herders. Our PCUSA partner church in Ethiopia, The Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus (EECMY), has had contacts with these people since 1990, including bringing education to some of them. Some of the region's government officials received their own education through the EECMY, and are now asking the EECMY to help their people with services such as veterinary, literacy, water, grinding mills, tree nursery and hostel works. The PCUSA has partnered with the EECMY to undertake these opportunities in a careful and sensitive way as part of a holistic ministry. Already some Afar people have responded to the Gospel. Our funding helps train literacy workers who witness to Christ through word and deeds. We also provide materials to help with their work. (KV) #E-040019 Dawro, Ethiopia
Extractions: "The latest in this series of lavishly photographed and fact-filled craft books invites children to explore the wildlife and indigenous peoples of Africa. Making masks from Zaire and hats in Nigerian fashion are two of the many ways readers can evoke the spirit of Africa. The crafts use common materials in unusual ways. A group of Kwanzaa projects conclude the book. " Book Description
African Studies: West Africa related information on indigenous knowledge of Ghana peoples of West africa, and the neighbors with whom they interact on a regular basis." Mandinka and wolof Resources http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/area/Africa/West.html
Extractions: ALMA: African Language Materials Archive : A joint project of the West African Research Center (Dakar, Senegal), Columbia University, CAORCCouncil of American Overseas Research Centers, and UNESCO. (via AODLAmerican Overseas Digital Library, a project of the CAORC, Washington, DC) A collection of 33 electronic books in three major languages of West Africa: Wolof, Mandinka, and Pular. The archive was produced through a pilot project launched by the
African Studies - History And Cultures and maps. african indigenous Science and Knowledge Systems Page Ganda. Masai (Maasai) wolof. Experience Rich Anthropology involving the Mande peoples of West africa, and the neighbors http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/area/Africa/cult.html
Extractions: Africa Forum (H-Africa, H-Net Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.) "History facing the present: an interview with Jan Vansina" (November 2001) and Reply by Jean-Luc Vellut "Photography and colonial vision," by Paul S. Landau (May 19, 1999, Dept. of History, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut) H-Africa Africa Forum Home Page H-Africa Network Home Page
Africa: UNESCO-CI (3.01b) africa. ICTs for Intercultural Dialogue A UNESCO Project for indigenous People. 16-02-2004 (UNESCO) - Preserving indigenous peoples the CD-ROM contains texts in Pular and wolof http://portal.unesco.org/ci/ev.php?URL_ID=1300&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTI
Internet African History Sourcebook these peoples or indigenous african Culture At Harvard A clear narrative, and excellent maps on the penetration of Islam across the Sahara and in East africa Tabala wolof Sufi http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/africa/africasbook.html
Extractions: Sourcebook Africa is both the most clearly defined of continents - in its geography - and the hardest to pin down in historical terms. Human beings originated in Africa and, as a result, there is more diversity of human types and societies than anywhere else. It is not possible, in any non-ideological way, to claim any one of these peoples or societies as more essentially "African" than others; nor is it possible to exclude a given society as "not really African". On this site historical sources on the history of human societies in the continent of Africa are presented, when available, without making prejudgements about what is "African". This page is a subset of texts derived from the three major online Sourcebooks listed below. For more contextual information, for instance about the Islamic world, check out these web sites. Notes: In addition to direct links to documents, links are made to a number of other web resources.
Africa africa's Legacy in Mexico. What Is a Mexican? " Virgin of the Canes " Corralero, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1987. WHAT IS A MEXICAN? Miriam Jimenez Roman. Black people in Mexico? Spanish colonists. As indigenous peoples were killed or died of africa's children still bear the evidence of their ancestry. No longer do they see themselves as Mandinga, wolof, Ibo http://www.blackherbals.com/Mexico1.htm
Extractions: Miriam Jimenez Roman B lack people in Mexico? The looks of amazement and disbelief on the faces of first-time viewers of Tony Gleaton's photographs are eloquent testimony to the significance of these images. Particularly to those who have little or no knowledge about societies beyond the borders of the United States, these photographs are a revelation. They force us to rethink many of our preconceptions not only about our southern neighbor but more generally about issues such as race, ethnicity, culture, and national identity. Not long ago, on a hot and humid July day, I rode with friends to the town of Yanga, in the state of Veracruz on Mexico's gulf coast. In recent years, Yanga has received considerable attention as one of the Americas' earliest "maroon communities": settlements founded by fugitive slaves. Originally known as San Lorenzo de los Negros, in 1932 the town was renamed for its founder, a rebellious Muslim man from what is now Nigeria. In 1609, after resisting recapture for 38 years, Yanga negotiated with the Spaniards to establish a free black community.
Extractions: theme: "Traditional Healing & HIV/AIDS" will take place at Hotel Meridien President, Dakar, Senegal, West Africa in July 20-21, 2004. The conference is being organized in association with the Government of the Republic of Senegal and ENDA TM. Archives AUGUST: First Global Summit on Indigenous Tourism . Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. For more information: send an e-mail to Marsha_Smoke@hotmail.com June 30-July 8: 4th Intercultural Encouter in the Amazonian Region and Territory and Culture Forum . Amazonas, Colombia. For more information: visit http://www.rds.org.co/amazonia , or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org July 24-July 25: Intellectual Property Rights of the Traditional Healer email@example.com , or visit www.africa-first.com/3rdICTM.asp The 2nd International Conference on Medicinal Mushrooms: From Traditional Knowledge to Modern Technology, Cholburi, Thailand, 17-19 July 2003.
Africa's Legacy had amorous liaisons with the indigenous peoples and to a and Oaxaca, the descendants of africa s children still see themselves as Mandinga, wolof, Ibo, Bakongo http://smithsonianeducation.org/migrations/legacy/almleg.html
Extractions: W hen I arrived in Mexico about two decades ago to begin research on the early history of Africans and their descendants there, a young student politely told me that I was embarking on a wild goose chase. Mexico had never imported slaves from Africa, he said, fully certain that the nation's peoples of African descent were relatively recent arrivals. This lack of knowledge about Mexico's African peoples has not changed much over time. A short while ago a Mexican engineer, himself of African descent, told me adamantly that the country's blacks were the descendants of escaped slaves from North America and Cuba. These fugitives, he proudly proclaimed, had sought and found sanctuary in free Mexico. The historical record, of course, tells another story. In the sixteenth century, New Spainas Mexico was then calledprobably had more enslaved Africans than any other colony in the Western Hemisphere. Blacks were present as slaves of the Spaniards as early as the 1520s. Over the approximately three hundred years it lasted, the slave trade brought about 200,000 Africans to the colony. Many blacks were born in Mexico and followed their parents into slavery. Not until 1829 was the institution abolished by the leaders of the newly independent nation. "Man & Canoe," Corralero, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1987
2002 Film Festival Synopses And Screening Times Diop Mambety 1998 45 minutes, Senegal wolof with English todays Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South africa. and the rights of indigenous peoples to live http://www.ditshwanelo.org.bw/index/Other/Film/2002 Film Festival Synopsis.htm
Extractions: 45 minutes, Senegal Wolof with English subtitles A twelve-year-old paraplegic, Sili Laam, begs for alms at the market with her blind grandmother. Although she is from one of the most reviled lower castes in her community, her strength lies in her refusal to accept the demeaning roles which society thrusts on her. In this, his last film, Mambety takes marvelous liberties with both imagery and metaphor. TREMBLING BEFORE G-D (Sunday 14th April 18H30)
The Languages And Writing Systems Of Africa Mauritanie, (Islamic Republic of ), Arabic and wolof are the Yoruba, Ibo and a number of indigenous languages are the south and Voltaicspeaking peoples in the http://www.intersolinc.com/newsletters/africa.htm
Extractions: Africa The Languages and Writing Systems of Africa Country Language Script Algeria, Al Djazair, Algérie, (Democratic and Popular Republic of) Arabic, French and a Berber language. Arabic, Latin, Berber Angola, (Republic of) Portuguese is the official language, but a Bantu language is widely spoken. Latin, Bantu Benin, former kingdom, situated in present-day SW Nigeria French and Fon Latin, Fon Botswana, ( Republic of) English is the official language, but the population is mainly Tswana, who speak a Bantu language. Latin, Bantu Burkina Faso or Burkina, formerly Upper Volta French is the official language. Latin Burundi, Republic of Official languages are French and Kurundi (a Bantu language) Swahili is also spoken Latin, Bantu
Ddwills Courses Na nga wuti xamxam ci aduna bi. The wolof live mainly in Senegal and Gambia, in West africa, and, like most indigenous peoples of africa and elsewhere, place http://www.csupomona.edu/~ddwills/
Extractions: Click on my picture for a welcome. DOROTHY DAVIS WILLS, Ph.D. Department of Geography and Anthropology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Pomona CA 91768 On this Web Page, you will be able to explore my courses without actually having to take them! Imagine that! If you are registered for one of them, you will find information that supplements what you are learning in class, along with useful exercises, references to other sources of information, and directions to assignments. I also occasionally teach Ethnic and Women's Studies courses, for instance EWS 407 ("Sexual Orientation and Diversity"). In our department, we use ANT 499 to teach a variety of Special Topics for advanced students; I have used this rubric to develop a course on the "Anthropology of Waste Management", which has been taught three times in the past. Currently, I am directing a special course in Visual Anthropology ("Anthropology.TV") in ANT 499. I have also been working with the teaching group at the Center for Regenerative Studies from time to time, on one of their seminars, RS 422 . My particular contribution to their team effort concerns the concept of community as it relates to the environment I want to keep in touch with you, so please send me a
Ethnic Groups and east of Senegambia (where wolof is the source of information about the peoples of africa concerning Native, Aboriginal, and indigenous internet resources http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/cm/africana/ethnicit.htm
Extractions: Library Catalog African Ethnicities Please note that I have a separate page available on African languages A number of Web pages have been produced by members of indigenous minority and majority ethnic groups world-wide. Rather than primarily serving as academic, encyclopedic, or anthropological resources, they are often self-promotional, but several provide excellent information and rigorous documentation. This is a small collection of such pages produced primarily by Africans, along with some material produced by others. Most often, these African ethnic group home pages are a direct expression of individual members of the group, but in several cases represent an academic, official, or institutional point of view. If you are looking for an "objective" presentation, these links may not be the best sources for your work. Nevertheless, most have very good cultural, historical, and other background information, and many provide links to related sites that you may also find useful. Below the list, there is a collection of Other sites with information on African ethnic groups with different kinds of resources, for example, with a national, cultural anthropological, or linguistic focus. Finally, because this is an area that is not well represented on the web, a
The Program - Features Japanese, French, and the West african Language wolof. during a conference of indigenous peoples, Baroudi first to be a successful musician in africa by saying http://www.theprogram.net.au/featuresSub.asp?id=1157&state=1
Africa Point: Senegal Travel Information peoples. Like many African tribes, Senegal s main indigenous group, the wolof, has a highly stratified society wherein status is determined by birth. http://www.africapoint.com/travel/senegal.htm
Extractions: Africa Point: Senegal Travel Information Visas, Health, Tourist Attractions, Economy, Maps, Peoples, History and other Useful Senegal Travel Info Senegal: Travel Basics Destination Facts Activities Reading ... Travel Travel Basics Overview The most happening hang in West Africa, tropical Senegal is lauded for its beauties both natural and ephemeral. From its urbane capital, Dakar - many travelers' favourite amongst the larger African cities - to its fertile southern region of forest and farmland, the Casamance, much of its lands are lush and vital, especially compared to the expansive deserts that surround it. Senegal's arts are just as lively, with a thriving textile market and an entourage of internationally known native musicians, such as Youssou N'dour and Touré Kunda. Altogether, Senegal's attractions bring in more visitors than any other country's in the region. True, most are package tourists soaking up the sunshine in the highbrow hotels that line its Atlantic shore, but there's something in Senegal for every budget and the best of it - a good wander through its streets and plains - is free.
SpiritCrossing Network And Newsletter Looks Like His Uncle by Mary wolofFonteno. Environmental Issues held in Johannesburg, South africa. Trustees of the Earth - Responses of indigenous peoples. http://spiritcrossing.com/zine/article.asp?IID=18&AID=203
Adoption Guidance Program - Christian Web Sites Group Web Sites africa africa Missions Resource mjackson/Tama/Tama.htm wolof People http//users indigenous peoples WICONI International - http//www.wiconi http://www.ad2000.org/adoption/christws.htm
Extractions: Missions Web sites: - http://www.ad2000.org AD2000 Announce - Email news - firstname.lastname@example.org Answering Islam: - http://www.answering-islam.org Arab World Ministries - http://www.gospelcom.net/awm/ Bethany World Prayer Center - http://www.bethany.com/profiles/home.html Brigada http://www.brigada.org - Email to subscribe - email@example.com Brigada Conferences - http://www.brigada.org/brigconf.html Brigada People Group Consultant - http://www.xc.org/pgc.html Brigada Today - Email for missions newsletter - firstname.lastname@example.org Brigada Research Assistant - http://www.brigada.org/pgcra/index.html Caleb Project - http://www.calebproject.org Calendar of Global Mission Events: - http://www.globalmission.org/calendar.htm Calendars of Mission Conferences/Festivals - http://www.CalebProject.org/bomm/calendar.html Canadians in Global Missions http://www.globalmission.org/ CB International - http://WWW.CBI.ORG/ CMD Centre for Mission Direction http://www.cmd.org.nz/ Christian Information Network - http://www.Christian-info.com
CourseList (Fill-in) Legal Size 166, Natural Resource Policy and indigenous peoples, Carr, CJ, F 39100, 010, Precolonial africa An Introductory Survey, B, Advanced Language Tutorial - wolof III/IV, http://ias.berkeley.edu/africa/courses/coursesS2003.htm
Extractions: Check with departments for changes. Please consult course schedules, catalogs, and individual departments for more information on these courses. http://schedule.berkeley.edu/ CCN: Course # Course Title Instructor Time Location AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES Africa: History and Culture (Modern) Oguto TTh 8-9:30 20 Barrows Political and Economic Development in the Third World Ahluwalia TTh 10-12 200 Wheeler Caribbean Literature By Women Authors Clark 100 Wheeler Interdisciplinary Research Methods-Post Structuralism Ahluwalia M 2-5 140 Barrows AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS Development Planning TBA TBA TBA Nutritional Economics and Policy Sabry TTh 2-3:30 83 Dwinelle ANTHROPOLOGY Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology Graburn TuTh 9:30-11 Wheeler Aud Archaeology of the African Diaspora Kojan TuTh 12:30-2:00 115 Kroeber CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING International Housing Roy TuTh 11-1230 105 North Gate DEMOGRAPHY See Dept.