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1. Africa Indigenous People Baule
africa, african Anthropology General Resources. By peoples. Mangbetu Manja Mbole Mende Mitsogo Mossi Mumuye Ngbaka Nkanu Nok Nuna Oron Owo Pende pokot Punu San
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 - 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 -

2. African: Videotapes & Audiocassettes: Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley
Ivory Coast peoples of the Kalahari Desert activities of three communities, the pokot in Northern Kenya, Sukor in the warrior tradition of indigenous africa, the jihad tradition of
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  • African cinema videography
  • (via U. Pennsylvania)
  • Films and Documents About Women in Africa (via UCB African American Studies Dept.)
  • African Cinema and African Cinematic Representation: A Short Bibliography/Videography of Materials in the UC Berkeley Libraries
    8 part series by Basil Davidson. The story is unfolded on location all over Africa, showing life as it is today, plus archive film and dramatized reconstructions. Two programs per cassette, each an hour long. 1984.
  • Different But Equal (Part 1). Describes how some of the world's greatest early civilizations had their origins in the heart of black Africa and discusses some of their artistic, technical and scientific achievements. Video/C 2487
  • Mastering a Continent (Part 2). Looks at two important developments in early African society, the growth of cattle keeping and agriculture. Focuses on the activities of three communities, the Pokot in Northern Kenya, Sukor in Nigeria and the Dogon of Mali. Video/C 2487
  • Caravans of Gold (Part 3).
  • 3. Bibliography Of Indigenous Knowledge And Institutions
    Resource Values on indigenous peoples Are Nonmarket Valuation Techniques Agricultural Water Management in East africa." african Affairs 87 The Case of the pokot and Turkana
    Indigenous Knowledge and Institutions
    (2100 citations)
    Compiled by Charlotte Hess
    November 21, 2001
    Abay, Fetien, Mitiku Haile, and Ann Waters-Bayer 1999. "Dynamics in IK: Innovation in Land Husbandry in Ethiopia." Indigenous Knowledge and Development Monitor Abbink, John. 1993. "Ethnic Conflict in the 'Tribal Zone': the Dizi and Suri in Southern Sudan." The Journal of Modern African Studies Acharya, Bipin Kumar. 1994. "Nature Cure and Indigenous Healing Practices in Nepal: A Medical Anthropological Perspective." In Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems, and Processes . M. Allen, ed. Kathmandu, Nepal: Mandala Book Point. Acheson, James M. 1994. "Transaction Costs and Business Strategies in a Mexican Indian Pueblo." In Anthropology and Institutional Economics . J. Acheson, ed. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. (Monographs in Economic Anthropology, no. 12). Acheson, James M. 1990. "The Management of Common Property in a Mexican Indian Pueblo." Presented at "Designing Sustainability on the Commons," the first annual conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Duke University, Durham, NC, September 27-30, 1990. Acres, B. D. 1984. "Local Farmers' Experience of Soils Combined with Reconnaissance Soil Survey for Land Use Planning: An Example from Tanzania."

    4. IPACC - Regional Information: East Africa
    Groups claiming indigenous identity include huntinggathering and fishing peoples, including the include Maasai, Samburu, Rendille, pokot and Borana.

    5. Un International Decade Of The World's Indigenous People
    DOCUMENT REPORT13.TXT U N I T E D N A T I O N S Economic and Social Council ENGLISH Distr. Asia Council of indigenous peoples, Parlamento Indigena de America, pokotKenya, Rio Negro to animals. An indigenous representative from North africa reported on the progress OCR Software provided by Caere Corporation

    6. A To Z On Africa Web Page
    woman who lived in east africa more than 150 000 years Hundreds of indigenous peoples were used throughout the filming including representatives from the pokot and Turkanan eve info.htm
    Two-hour special narrated by Danny Glover maps how one prehistoric woman's mitochondrial DNA has been passed down to every human alive today Scientists reveal new findings about the route our ancestors
    took out of Africa 80,000 years ago You and your neighbor are closer than you think. Despite our physical, psychological, geographical and cultural differences, every living person has at least one thing in common: we are all related to one woman who lived in east Africa more than 150,000 years ago. Narrated by actor Danny Glover, THE REAL EVE reveals that our shared genetic heritage links every living person on earth. The program also traces the expansion of modern humans throughout the world, from our fragile beginnings in Africa to our exodus through South Asia, down to Australia, up into Europe, and finally into the Americas. Filmed in nine countries on five continents, THE REAL EVE vividly recreates the ancient world in which this dramatic story took place.
    Unfolding like a scientific detective story, THE REAL EVE enlists top scientists and cutting-edge research to explain that everyone on the planet today can trace a specific part of his or her genetic heritage back to one woman through a unique part of our genetic makeup, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Unlike the DNA that dictates height or eye color, mtDNA provides the chemical energy in nearly all human cells; we can't survive without it. The mtDNA of "mitrochondrial Eve" has been passed down through the centuries from mother to daughter (men are carriers but don't pass it on) and exists within all people living today. Although she was not the only woman living at the time, nor necessarily the most fertile, "mitrochondrial Eve"

    7. CRInfo Search Results
    Museums Kenya The Maasai and pokot are two were presented to the Allafrica Conference on Building, Sustainable Development and indigenous peoples http//www Search Results&conflict_

    8. Report12.txt
    DOCUMENT REPORT12.TXT U N I T E D N A T I O N S Economic and Social Council ENGLISH Distr. indigenous Network Algonquin, Asia indigenous peoples Pact, Ask Programme West pokot, Asociacion de Comunidades 60. An indigenous representative from africa described how the lands OCR Software provided by Caere Corporation

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    COVERING EAST africa, WEST africa, CENTRAL africa, AND SOUTHERN africa of the continent's indigenous Black peoples. Color maps of pokot is outstanding, with excellent integration of A complete Catalog/index of Rosen titles A complete index of Multicultural Titles Teen materials and books by: Welcome to our category breakdown of: The Heritage Library of African Peoples Select one or all of the categories for titles and full information on titles 4 categories - total of 56 books/volumes/titles AN AWARD-WINNING, 56-VOLUME LIBRARY DIVIDED INTO 4 SETS COVERING: EAST AFRICA, WEST AFRICA, CENTRAL AFRICA, AND SOUTHERN AFRICA. COVERS 4 AFRICAN COUNTRIES. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR SCHOOL AND PUBLIC LIBRARIES BY THE MULTICULTURAL REVIEW "Each book methodically records contemporary culture, sociopolitical dynamics, and life-ways as well as historically significant events and rituals - all the while maintaining an unwavering focus on a complete and accurate delineation of the continent's indigenous Black peoples. Color maps of the continent and the subject regions enable students to familiarize themselves with geographic areas. The texts are consistently well written and engaging. Vivid, well-keyed photographs particularize and amplify the prose. Mini essays provide complementary cultural details. - -'The multicultural Review'. This is the first multi-volume reference on African peoples for middle and high school students. Richly illustrated with outstanding photographs, historical images, and colorful inset boxes, the books are written by African authors and leading Africanists. Each volume details the rich history fascinating traditions, and struggle for freedom of one African people. The series also examines the modern context of the forty-one African countries where the people covered in the series are found today.

    10. Africa Book Centre Ltd Photography
    Maasai, The Samburu, the Rendille, the pokot, the Turkana peoples OF THE SOUTH A Visual Celebration of South africa s indigenous Cultures Glossy
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    11. Hemsida/KGI
    pågår tills alla är överens. Among the pokot of Kenya 2. The Bushmen of Southern africa. 2930 in indigenous peoples and Democracy, edited by Anna-Britta
    Department of Human Geography Personal Web page of

    researcher at the Environment and Development Studies Unit, based at the Department of Human Geography.
    CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS 1) Whose landscape, whose history? Diverging opinions on current and historical land use in the Burunge Hills, Tanzania - and their implications. 2) Marakwet, Kenya - irrigated agriculture and technology in an acephaleous society. SELECTION OF PUBLICATIONS, 1991-1996 1991(1-2):126-133. (on African art) 2. "Genuint, Autentiskt?" [Genuine, Authentic?]. Form 1991(1):46-49. (on African art) Forskning och Framsteg 5. "Land is Coming Up." Burungi Thoughts on Soil Erosion and Soil Formation. EDSU Working Paper No. 11. Stockholm University: School of Geography. 6. (-With Carl Christiansson and Idris Kikula:) "Man-Land Interrelations in Semi-Arid Tanzania: A Multidisciplinary Research Programme." Ambio 20(8):357-361. Also published in Land, Food and Basic Needs in Developing Countries 1. E.N. Wilmsen: Land Filled With Flies: A Political Economy of the Kalahari. Recension. [Review] Ethnos SIDA Rapport 5/92. Also published in

    12. Education In Multi-Ethnic Societies Of Central And Eastern Europe
    Kenya Emmanuel Mariach Movement for the Survival of pokot Initiative. South africa Sheila Dutton indigenous peoples of africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC).

    13. Rapport Du Groupe De Travail Sur Les Populations
    Translate this page National Conference of South africa, Grumin-Grupo Pacific-Asia Council of indigenous peoples, Parlamento Indígena de América, pokot-Kenya, Rio

    14. Rapport Du Groupe De Travail Sur Les Populations
    Translate this page Alliance, Country Council of pokot, Defensoría Maya Dialogoj, indigenous Information Network, indigenous peoples of the africa Coordinating Committee (IPACC

    15. Report On The 20th Session Of The Working Group On Indigenous
    Cherangany, We live in West pokot, Trans Nzoia attacks on every opportunity on indigenous peoples for every In africa, we must remember this rapid exploitation

    16. African Studies Video Titles
    A group of pokot cattle herders in Kenya tell how they explores the unique cultures, marvels of nature, indigenous peoples and remote lands of africa.
    Introduction New Materials (posted for 6 months) Booksellers Books (locating in Library) Government Documents Interlibrary Loan Internet Indexes (General, also see Reference) Journals (Specific Titles) Journal Indexes (Databases) Libraries (other Africa collections) Library Instruction Program Maps Media Microform ... Other Centers (and guides to Africa resources) Professional Interests (African Studies Association, etc.) Reference (on-line resources) Reference (print resources) Reserve Room Video (titles and resources, under construction)
    African Studies Video and Films
    at Ohio University
    There are over 200 Africa-related video and film titles in the Library. One way to browse the collection is to search ALICE, the Library's Catalog, in the "Limiting-to-Video-Mode" by "Africa" as a subject for example, then browse your results. In searching for a particular title, a new acquistion, or rather specific topic the above video mode provides good results. However, for 'one-stop' overview of all African related video the following title list is useful. Note: It is quite likely that a given title can only be used on campus.

    17. ASM Vol.3
    area and how they came to dominate the indigenous peoples. system of the Tembo, an agricultural people in eastern Material Culture of the pokot in Kenya With
    Vol. 3 (1983) pp. 1-23 Nseu Bekeli MBOMBA
    Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University Comparative Morphology of the Feeding Apparatus in Cichildian Algal Feeders of Lake Tanganyika ABSTRACT
    Feeding apparatus of 11 species of algal feeding cichlid fishes were examined. A set of 14 characters was taken and treated on their state distance for clustering. Asprotilapia type, Petrochromis type, and Simochromis type with three subtypes are recognized. These feeding apparatuses are related to the feeding methods of fishes when they graze on algae from rocks. This grouping is different from Greenwood's (1978) systematic classification based on pharyngeal apophysis on African cichlids. pp. 25-38 Michio HORI
    Department of Biology, Wakayama Medical College
    Kosaku YAMAOKA
    Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University
    Kenzi TAKAMURA
    Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University Abundance and Micro-Distribution of Cichlid Fishes on a Rocky Shore of Lake Tanganyika ABSTRACT
    pp. 39-47

    18. Untitled Document
    Spencer contends that there existed an indigenous concept of as they devise ways to help herding peoples. of commoditization in Kenya s West pokot and Kajiado
    Contemporary Perspectives on East African Pastoralism
    The Pastoral Continuum: The Marginalization of Tradition in East Africa . Paul Spencer. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000. Pp. 302. The recent severe drought in northern Kenya dramatically illustrates the need to broaden our understanding about African pastoralism. According to the United Nations World Food Program, nearly thirty-five percent of children under five are suffering from malnutrition in the region. The food aid agency describes Wajir District as virtually without cattle, and other sources have put the loss of cattle in the north as high as seventy percent. As donor agencies consider what they can do to alleviate the hunger and suffering of the millions affected by the catastrophe, they would do well to consult the two volumes discussed here. Spencer's impressive monograph is the product of more than forty years work by one of the doyens of British anthropology and The Poor are Not Us represents the discerning contributions of leading scholars in Europe and the United States ably integrated by its two editors. Both books speak to the related issues of poverty and development.

    19. R And D >> Educational Series And Documentaries
    Welcome page for African Studies Program. ways African peoples carve out an existence in an often hostile environment. A group of pokot cattle herders in the warrior tradition of indigenous
    Educational Series and Documentaries
    "Africa" series by Basil Davidson
    Name Time Introduction Audience Program 1: Different But Equal 57 min For over four centuries, Africa was ravished by the slave trade. This has permanently distorted our view of the continent and its people. The film goes back to Africa's origins to show that, far from having no great art or technology, Africa gave rise t o some of the world's greatest early civilizations. Includes segments on Nubia and the role of Africans in the Crusades. (1984). junior high, high school, college, adult Program 2: Mastering a Continent 57 min Looking closely at three different communities, the film examines the ways African peoples carve out an existence in an often hostile environment. A group of Pokot cattle herders in Kenya tell how they use the natural environment to their advantage. Two very different farming villages show how, in Africa, spiritual development goes hand in hand with technological advances. (1984). junior high, high school, college, adult

    20. Africa Indigenous People Resources Bangwa
    africa, african Anthropology General Resources. By peoples
    Bangwa Home Africa, African Anthropology General Resources By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu ArtWorld AFRICA -Bangwa "The Bangwa occupy a mountainous and part forested countryside west of the Bamileke in south-eastern Cameroon, near the headwaters of the Cross River. They comprise nine chiefdoms. People live in separate family compounds, sometimes with large meeting houses where visitors may be received." - From University of Durham - Bangwa People "Authority among the Bangwa was traditionally instituted as part of the Bamileke political complex. Like most of the western Grasslands people, Babanki political authority is vested in a village chief, who is supported by a council of elders, and is called Fon." You will find material related to Bangwa history, culture, arts, political structure and more. - From University of Iowa -

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