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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Schrag, Norm; Martin, Phyllis ed. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1990)
    Abstract of Norm Schrag's dissertation, which gives an overview of his findings, and edited and abridged version of its final chapter. Title of the dissertation: "Mboma and the Lower Zaire: A Socioeconomic Study of a Congo ...
  • 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 ...
  • Schmidt, Nancy J. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1990)
    Supplement to earlier bibliography, "Reports on AIDS in the African Press: An Annotated Bibliography", also by Nancy Schmidt. Intended to present sub-Saharan perspectives of AIDS at a time when no large-scale systematic ...
  • 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, ...
  • Brooks, George E. (African Studies Program, Indiana University, 1985)
    Overview of climate changes and ecological zones and their relation to the history of West Africa.

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