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  • Johnson, John William (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1972-07)
  • Okediji, Florence Adebisi Bankole (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1973)
    Chapter VI of Dr. Okediji's Ph.D. dissertation, "An Economic History of Hausa-Fulani Emirates of Northern Nigeria 1900-1939", plus a map of cattle trade routes, excerpts from a section entitled "Oral Field Evidence", and ...
  • Johnson, John William (University of Missouri-Kansas City, 1974)
  • Johnson, John William (Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, Indiana University, 1976-12)
  • Sweetland, James compiler; Gosebrink, Jean E. Meeh ed. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1977)
    Bibliography of Africana materials in the Lilly Library at Indiana University. The Lilly Library contains rare books, special collections, and manuscripts. Of particular interest to students of Africa are examples of early ...
  • Shamyurira, Nathan (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1978)
    Discusses liberation movements in South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Zimbabwe and Mozambique in connection with theories of nationalism and discourses about class.
  • Johnson, John William (Horn of Africa Journal, Rutgers University, 1979)
  • McNaughton, Patrick (UCLA James S. Coleman African Studies Center, 1979)
  • DeLancey, Mark W. ed. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1979)
    Edited volume which includes: Mark DeLancey, "The Study of African International Relations" Timothy M. Shaw and M. Catherine Newbury, "Dependence or Interdependence: Africa in the Global Political Economy" Ken W. Grundy, ...
  • Brooks, George E. (Institut universitaire d'études du développement (IUED) & Société suisse d'études africaines (SSEA), 1980)
  • Finnegan, Ruth H. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1981)
    Discusses the concept of oral literature as performance, rather than as permanent text. Argues that the performance of oral literature should be seen as an event in time rather than existing in a spatial dimension as text. ...
  • Parkin, David (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1981)
    First lecture in a series to honor Alan P. Merriam, IU faculty member, anthropologist, ethnomusicologist. This lecture was first read at the 24th annual meeting of the African Studies Association, and it discusses art ...
  • Kuper, Leo; Kuper, Hilda (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1981)
    Leo Kuper's lecture examines South Africa's apartheid system and UN attempts to connect that country's race policies with genocide. Hilda Kuper's lecture discusses the role the genre of biography can play for an ...
  • McNaughton, Patrick (UCLA James S. Coleman African Studies Center, 1982)
  • Brooks, George E. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1982)
    Collection of three papers to offer an overview of major themes in African History. Intended for the general reader and for use as introductory or supplementary readings in college and high school courses in African, ...
  • Deng, Francis (African Studies Program, IU-Bloomington, 1982)
    Discusses reasons and history of the security situation in Africa in the late 1970s and places the discussion in a historical context.
  • Reed, William Cyrus (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1982)
    Explores the constitutional and political roles that traditional rulers have played in the evolution of Nigerian elective politics.
  • Botne, Robert D. (Société d’études linguistiques et anthropologiques de France (SELAF), 1983)
    In this study the author endeavors to differentiate and describe the temporal functions of various verbal prefixes in KinyaRwanda. These morphemes are shown to constitute diverse semantic (temporal) systems—vector and ...
  • Botne, Robert D. (Société d’études linguistiques et anthropologiques de France (SELAF), 1983)
    Certain verbs in KinyaRwanda—kú-rwáàrà “to be(come) sick” and gú-túùrà “to live/reside,” for example—have been considered by many linguists (cf. Coupez 1980, Overdulve 1976, Kimenyi 1973) to be stative verbs. The present ...

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