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  1. Painting for the Gods: Art & Aesthetics of Yoruba Religious Murals by Bolaji Campbell, 2007-11-15
  2. The History of the Yorubas by Samuel Johnson, 1997-12-29
  3. Yoruba Gurus: Indigenous Production of Knowledge in Africa by Toyin Falola, 2000-04
  4. The Development of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Yoruba (African) Indigenous Christian Movement (American University Studies Series VII, Theology and Religion) by Caleb Oluremi Oladipo, 1996-12
  5. Character Is Beauty: Redefining Yoruba Culture & Identity (Iwalewa-Haus, 1981-1996)
  6. Beads, Body, and Soul: Art and Light in the Yoruba Universe by Henry John Drewal, John Mason, 1997-12
  8. Understanding Yoruba Life and Culture
  9. YORUBA ARTIST PB by ABIODUN R, 1994-09-17
  10. Hegemony and Culture: Politics and Change among the Yoruba by David D. Laitin, 1986-06-15
  11. Dance as Ritual Drama and Entertainment in the Gelede of the Ketu-Yoruba Subgroup in West Africa by Benedict M. Ibitokun, 1994-03
  12. The Gelede Spectacle: Art, Gender, and Social Harmony in African Culture by Babatunde Lawal, 1996-12

1. MYTHING LINKS / Indigenous Peoples' Opening Page
of Rain; Yemaya, West african yoruba Mother of Goddesses of indigenous peoples Mawu, the wise Creator/Moon the Dahomey region in West africa Sandra Stanton
Goddesses of Indigenous Peoples:
Ptesan-Wi, White Buffalo Woman, Goddess of the Lakota
Sandra Stanton
(used with permission) Author's Note:
26 October 1998 Once I start more sections, I'll begin splitting this opening page into additional separate files (see below for the "Table of Contents")
Goddesses of Indigenous Peoples:
Oshun, West African Yoruba Goddess of rivers, love, dance
Sandra Stanton
(used with permission) "Indigenous Peoples" has been the most difficult category to organize. Originally, I tried to keep everything based on geography. Thus, for example, the Maori were a subset under New Zealand. But they were the only subset (the mythology and sacred traditions of white New Zealanders are derived from Europe and I had no reason to give them their own section side by side with the Maori). As such examples grew, I realized that geographical categories were too awkward. So I decided to have a section called "Indigenous Peoples." I am aware that definitions of "indigenous" can be problematic and subject to hostile multi-cultural scrutiny. For the sake of simplicity, by "indigenous," I mean a still-surving people who were the original (or at least among the most ancient) inhabitants of a land before those lands were turned into colonies by peoples of another culture who invariably considered themselves "superior" to the "natives." By "indigenous," I also mean a people who still maintain some contact with their ancient ways, ceremonies, beliefs, arts, ways of healing, birthing, dying. Finally, by "indigenous," I mean a people who have generally been marginalized and oppressed by the newcomers, but who, despite this, sustain a larger visionary sense of their own worth in the web of life.

2. Field Trip: Explore The Heritage Of Indigenous Peoples
This content resource helps teachers and students locate information on the heritage of indigenous peoples through various sites. Related links and a helpful teacher's guide are included. are among the many indigenous peoples of the world the first subSaharan africa to learn about the history and art of the yoruba. These semi-independent peoples lived in
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World History and Cultures Explore the Heritage of Indigenous Peoples The Inuit people survived the frozen Arctic north for centuries through a modest hunting and trapping lifestyle. Today, some Inuit writers have employed the most modern of technologies, the Internet, to tell about their culture and history. You can read about Nunavut, the lands inhabited by Inuit ancestors that in 1999 became a separate territory in Canada, and even see a map of it. Like the Inuit, the Sami people of Scandinavia have sought to regain land upon which their ancestors lived. In their Web site, these descendants of Europe's far north write of a history music From the far north, travel to sub-Saharan Africa to learn about the history and art of the Yoruba . These semi-independent peoples lived in highly complex kingdoms , but their way of life was vastly changed after many of their people were captured for the slave trade to the Western Hemisphere. By looking at their art and artifacts , you can see how the beliefs and ways of the Yoruba have been passed on until today.

NATIONAL ANTHEM. NATIONAL PLEDGE. MOTTO. peoples. POPULATION. RELIGION Virtual Festival Links to yoruba Culture. IFA The indigenous Faith of africa. yoruba Nigerian Galleria





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  • 4. Africa Indigenous People Baule
    africa, african Anthropology General Resources. By peoples. Suku Swahili Tabwa Tuareg Urhobo We Wimiama Wodaabe Wolof Woyo Wum Yaka Yombe yoruba Zaramo Zulu.
    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 -

    5. WorldViews: The Peoples Of Africa
    africa africa World Press Guide. compiled and edited by WorldViews. africa'S peoples. A rich diversity of ancient and proud societies a focused concern on the state of the world's indigenous peoples, with the peoples of africa included among them The Royal Eagle of the yoruba ( Olorunnisola and Akinbami 1992); and
    AFRICA: Africa World Press Guide
    compiled and edited by WorldViews
    A rich diversity of ancient and proud societies
    T here are strengths and weaknesses attached to the study of Africa through a focus on the continent's diverse and numerous peoples. The strengths are that the continent is reduced to a more manageable size, the diversity and the rich traditions of Africa's peoples are accentuated, and the similiarities and differences among peoples everywhere in the world can be identified and analyzed. Finally, a study of the particularities of discrete societies throughout the African continent cha llenges the misperception of Africa as an undifferentiated mass of peoples. The attendant weaknesses in this approach are that Africa's population of 735 million may be reduced to exotic images and stereotypes of one or another African society or they may remain frozen in the context of the particular historical period or geog raphic locale being studied. In the introdution to his book, The Shona and their Neighbours (Beach 1994), historian David Beach (University of Zimbabwe) clearly delineates the traps that can ensnare the unwary in a study of the peoples of Africa. H e takes, as just one example, the rock paintings and stone buildings for which inhabitants of the Zimbabwean plateau are reknowned. "From the standpoint of Shona studies," Beach points out, "[the paintings and buildings] have been both a blessing and a cu rse. On the one hand, the sheer beauty of the former attracted many of the minority of educated whites into the discipline of archaeology, but it also ensured that they devoted their attention to a period and people fairly remote from the [modern-day] Sho na and their recent neighbours." Clearly, as Beach suggests, the particularlities and generalities must be kept in proper balance at all times.

    6. KWSnet Ethnic Studies, Indigenous Peoples Index
    A directory ethnic studies and indiginous peoples resources. Blacks in Cuba yoruba, Congo, Old Dahomey, and indigenous Studies Resources. indigenous Resources for africa. indigenous Resources for
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    7. African Timelines Part I
    by the yoruba peoples as ancestors, the Nok are justly revered for their art and terra cottas. Ancient africa The Nok Spoken african languages indigenous to the continent are
    Humanities 211
    (Historical Contexts, Oral Arts, Film)
    Prof. Cora Agatucci
    6 October 1998: Learning Resources
    Part I: Ancient Africa
    from the beginnings BC / BCE
    With Brief Discussions: Problem of Sources
    Sacred Writing
    African Orature
    Can We Generalize about a Common African Culture?

    African Timelines Table of Contents Contribute to African Timelines, add a link, or make a comment! New Submission Form 5 to 2.5 million BCE Fossils, rocks, ancient skeletal remains have been uncovered in the Rift Valley and surrounding areas Photo of an African rift (Univ. of Pennsylvania): Evidence points to a common human ancestry originating in Africa from the emergence of a humanlike species in eastern Africa some 5 million years ago. From Hadar, Ethiopia, the 3.18 million year-old remains of "Lucy" were unearthed in 1974. Resources for African Archeology (ArchNet-WWW Archeology)

    8. Africa Anthropology
    Ancient african Civilization african Archaeology. By peoples Swahili Tabwa Tuareg Urhobo We Wimiama Wodaabe Wolof Woyo Wum Yaka Yombe yoruba Zaramo Zulu The indigenous peoples Rights Question in africa "This statement by Moringe Parkipuny
    Indigenous Studies - African Anthropology Home Ancient African Civilization African Archaeology By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu Abang Dance: Radiance from the River and Efik Ideal of Femininity "To dance is human, and humanity expresses itself in dance. Dancing interweaves with many aspects of life, such as art, communication, belief systems, social relations and political dynamics. Interwoven in Abang dances are three modalities: space, rhythm, and unity. Each of these modalities conveys its own distinct message(s) but interacts with each other to produce a specific form of dance as an expression and communicative art." - From Africa Resource Center - Acacia Initiative: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Centre de recherches pour le développement international (CRDI) (3.1) "The Acacia Initiative: Communities and the Information Society in Africa Program Initiative is an international program to empower sub-Saharan communities with the ability to apply information and communication technologies (ICTs) to their own social and economic development." - From International Development Research Centre - Africa Online: Kids Only A great kids site about Africa. Language, people, land and culture. Offers games and online quizzes. - illustrated - From -

    9. Minorities At Risk (MAR)
    3979. 0.0360. indigenous peoples. NIGERIA. OGONI. 553. 0.0050. communal contender. NIGERIA. yoruba. 22106. 0.2000. 821. 0.1200. communal contender. SOUTH africa. ASIANS. 1114.
    Choose a Region Africa (Sub-Saharan) Asia Post-Communist States Sub-Saharan Africa Gpop98: Group Population in 1998 in 000s ( Explanation of population estimates
    Prop98: Proportion of group population to total population
    COUNTRY GROUP TYPE ANGOLA BAKONGO communal contender ANGOLA CABINDA communal contender ANGOLA OVIMBUNDU communal contender BOTSWANA SAN indigenous peoples BURUNDI HUTUS communal contender BURUNDI TUTSIS communal contender CAMEROON BAMILEKE communal contender CAMEROON KIRDI indigenous peoples CAMEROON WESTERNERS communal contender CHAD SOUTHERNERS communal contender CONGO LARI communal contender CONGO M'BOSHI communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO HUTUS ethnoclass DEM. REP. CONGO LUBA communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO LUNDA, YEKE communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO NGBANDI communal contender DEM. REP. CONGO TUTSIS ethnoclass DJIBOUTI AFARS indigenous peoples ERITREA AFARS ethnonationalist ETHIOPIA AFARS indigenous peoples ETHIOPIA AMHARA communal contender ETHIOPIA OROMO communal contender ETHIOPIA SOMALIS indigenous peoples ETHIOPIA TIGREANS communal contender GHANA ASHANTI communal contender GHANA EWE communal contender GHANA MOSSI -DAGOMBA communal contender GUINEA FULANI communal contender GUINEA MALINKE communal contender GUINEA SUSU communal contender KENYA KALENJIN indigenous peoples KENYA KIKUYU communal contender KENYA KISII communal contender KENYA LUHYA communal contender KENYA LUO communal contender KENYA MAASAI indigenous peoples KENYA SOMALI indigenous peoples MADAGASCAR MERINA communal contender MALI

    10. KAM Yoruba Spirituality And Philosophy
    but also the descendants of indigenous peoples (misnomered Indians In all of africa, masks play an important role to as our mothers among the yoruba people.
    Yourba Spiritual System and Philosophy
    There are various religious systems in Africa that share many commonalties. To discuss them all in their intricacies would take volumes. This page will attempt to focus on the Yoruba spiritual philosophy of West Africa. It stresses an extremely ancient rooted African tradition of working with natural forces and the ancestral realm to better one's life. Its system of divination in fact has led some scholars to remark on its similarity to Eastern philosophical beliefs such as those found among the Chinese in the I Ching. And while it may not be as ancient as Nilotic beliefs, it is the African spiritual system that can be best called a world religion.

    Map showing strong centers of Yoruba belief

    The Yoruba believe in the existence of spiritual beings or divinities. Called Orishas, they are seen as emissaries of Oldumare from whom they emanated. These Orisha are ancestors whose great deeds earned them divinity. The Orisha are said to recognize themselves and are recognized through a host of different numbers and colors. These polarities which each Orisha exhibits are expressed as personalities called Roads or Paths of the Orisha. This is done through offerings to Orisha of their particular favorite foods and other gifts. One can learn much about these different Orishas by watching the forces of nature at work about you. These Orishas can be contacted during a "bembe" where one or more of their priests will be mounted in a form of highly spiritualized trance possession. This possession by an Orisha is an integral part of Yoruba religious ritual as it serves as a means of communicating with the forces of Oldumare (God).

    11. Alphabetical Index Of Topics: A
    africa Tribes, Potok, Ashtar. africa Tribes, Turu, Ashtart. africa Tribes, yoruba, Asia Tribes, Chukchee. african indigenous peoples, Asia Tribes, Dahari.
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    12. Slave Routes - Americas And Carabbean
    africa and the yoruba of Nigeria, and many different peoples of africa have representation in the liturgy of the Sevi Gine, as do the indigenous Taino, the
    Haiti Located in the Caribbean, between Cuba, Puerto Rico and Jamaica, this island (originally called Hispaniola or 'little Spain' by the Spanish) is inhabited by two independent nations, the Republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The first enslaved Africans were brought to the island in 1502. Mostly they were ladinos EUROPE Introduction Denmark France Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain United Kingdom
    AFRICA Introduction Angola Benin Gambia Ghana Mozambique Nigeria Senegal
    Introduction Barbados Brazil Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Jamaica Netherlands Antilles United States
    Tainos Before the Spanish arrived on the island in 1492, it was inhabited by about 4,000,000 indigenous Tainos , meaning literally, 'men of the good'. The Tainos were a gentle and calm people who had migrated from South America centuries earlier. Soon after the Spanish arrived however, most were soon wiped out by enslavement, disease or massacre. Bartolomew de Las Casas Back to top In later years, Spanish priest Bartolomew de Las Casas, fought against the massacre of the Indians and demanded that the injustices committed every day against the indigenous people in Hispaniola was stopped. And as a way of ending this form of indigenous slavery, he strongly encouraged the importation of Blacks from Africa to work on the mines. So, it was partly due to him, that in 1503, the first Africans were brought to Hispaniola as slaves.

    13. Africa (tw4)(afr1Page1)
    magnificent photographs of the indigenous peoples) (Keywords Culture history West, Central, africa, Mumuye, yoruba, Ife,. members of the Meru people on every
    Africa page links Page 1 of 3 TRIBAL WORLD BOOKS
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    , E.A.. EMOTIONS IN MOTION . La Magie de l'Imaginaire. Theatrical Puppets and Masks from Black Africa. (See below this page for more detail)

    Amin Moll (text). PORTRAITS OF AFRICA . Life styles and history of its peoples.
    BNo. 0-00-272639-4. First Edition, 1983. Pp: 192; 315mm x 240mm; 1.47kg. Num col, 2 maps.
    Acknowledgments, introduction, bibliography, index. A very good copy in dust wrapper. Cvr: vg; dw: vg.
    (protected dw). Harvill Press Ltd, London, 1983. (This book is a compelling account, illustrated with
    unique photographs, of the way of life for Kenya's diverse ethnic groups) (Keywords: Cultural history,
    Africa, Kenya, Boran, Kikuyu, Maasai, Rendille, Samburu, Turkana).
    Book Code: AU
    Arnoldi , Mary Jo; C.M. Geary Hardin (editors). AFRICAN MATERIAL CULTURE . Technology and production of form; constructing identities, life histories. BNo. 0-253-21037-2. First Edition, 1996 (pb). Pp: xiv, 369; 230mm x 155mm; 0.66kg. 46 b/w, 28 fig, 11 tab, 7 maps. Preface, introduction

    14. Ethnic Groups
    actively for the promotion of yoruba interests of information about the peoples of africa links concerning Native, Aboriginal, and indigenous internet resources
    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

    15. Pearson Education Australia - Title Details
    Full chapter on the religions of indigenous peoples—Focuses on the yoruba of africa and Oglala Lakota of North America. Exposes

    16. Ancient Wisdom: Native Religions Of Africa: Ultimate Destination For Ancient Wis
    upon ancient indigenous faiths of subSaharan african peoples. the last 100 years in africa indigenous religion has yoruba Religion A brief introduction to the
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    17. World Regional Geography 200 - Africa
    A. Major Tribes (HausaFulani, yoruba and Ibo). N. 1962 South africa Becomes a Republic. borrowing. This change takes place when indigenous peoples come into
    Jump to module in this page:
    Module 10: Colonialism Objectives and Policy ^Go to Top^
    I. Colonialism Defined
    "In the broadest sense, colonialism is the application of the international designs of imperialistic powers, whereby the peoples of weaker states or territories are subjected to the rule and control of the governments of these more powerful states, for the purposes of exploitation of resources, imposition of alien values, and the safeguarding of the colonizing power's national interest. Whether this national interest demands involvement in distant lands or adjacent ones in really immaterial; the objectives and the methods are much the same." De Blij, 1971. II. Colonial Policies and Objectives A. Portugal - Mercantilism B. Germany C. Belgium - Paternalism D. France - France D'Outre Mer E. United Kingdom - Indirect Rule 2. Protectorates (e.g., Bechuanaland)

    18. Africa Conferences At The University Of Texas At Austin
    Interactions yoruba and gbe Speaking peoples Mirroring Images yoruba Diaspora in West africa Trade, Politics and the 419 Scam yoruba indigenous Calendar for
    The University of Texas at Austin
    March 26-28
    Panelists' Database This database will contain the pertinent info for all panelists. Each participant will have his or her own page, containing abstracts, bios, contact info, links, graphics, or whatever else you would like to post.
    If you would like to add something to your page, please contact the webmaster , Sam Saverance.
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    19. Africa Conferences At The University Of Texas At Austin
    here to become a sponsor for the 2004 africa Conference We, the indigenous peoples, walk to This gathering will attract the spirits of those yoruba who came to
    The University of Texas at Austin
    March 26-28
    Many Thanks to our Sponsors Convened by Dr. Toyin Falola Coordinated by Ann Genova Department of History Department of Theatre and Dance Center of African and African-American Studies ... Department. of Technology, Literacy, and Culture The Louann and Larry Temple Fund, English Department School of Music College of Fine Arts College of Liberal Arts The Frances Higginbothom Nalle Fund, History Department Office of the Dean of Students Department of Government University Co-op Click here to become a sponsor for the 2004 Africa Conference. Texas Cowboys Lectureship Invocation: Professor Toyin Falola, Elders, Educators, Ladies, Gentlemen, and Students It is a very great honor for me to be invited to give the Invocation for this Conference on Perspectives on Yoruba History and Culture. I am a descendant of Yoruba people that were brought to the Western Hemisphere as slaves and free men and women. The trans- Atlantic Slave trade, unfortunately contributed to the mis-conception that the culture, political structures, and spirituality of the many ethnic groups that constitute the peoples of Yorubaland was primitive and had little value to offer the world . For hundreds of years academicians ignored the complexity of Yoruba life and thought. Today, we begin a three-day journey that will reveal only a small percentage of the contributions Yoruba people have made to the evolution of humanity. I thank the University of Texas and Professor Toyin Falola for providing a forum for all of us to hear, and explore the history, intellect and spiritual perspectives of my ancestors. At the most basic level, the appeal of this conference is as complex as our history and our perspectives vary.

    20. Yak's Corner -- Planet Yak
    one of the many groups of indigenous, or native, people africa s yoruba The term yoruba (YOURuh-bah) refers to a number of semi-independent peoples in West
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    In hundreds of cultures around the world, people struggle to survive and build happy lives. Each individual has a contribution to make to our beautiful, diverse human family. Meet the Usans
    The Usans (YOO-zens) are the group of people who inhabit the vast lands between the Canadian Cree, the Mexican Yaqui and Tarahumare and the Carib and Arawak peoples of the Antilles. The first Usans came from Siberia more than 12,000 years ago. Since then, millions more have moved to Usan territory from all over the world. There are also several Usan islands in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. Meet the Cypriots
    The Cypriots are the descendants of Greeks who moved to the Mediterranean island of Cyprus 3,400 years ago, and Turks who conquered the island 432 years ago. Meet the Yanomamo
    The Yanomamo (YAHN-oh-MAHM-oh) are the last major group of people living in near isolation from the modern world and living the kind of simple life all humans lived thousands of years ago. Meet the Ju/'hoansi
    The Ju/'hoansi (ZHUN-twasi) are one of the oldest native peoples of southern Africa. For decades, they were known as the !Kung, but most now prefer "Ju/'hoansi," which means "the real people" in their click language.

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