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Periodical articleFarias, Paulo (2013)
See this documentBentyia (Kukyia): a Songhay-Mande meeting point, and a 'missing link' in the archaeology of the West African diasporas of traders, warriors, praise-singers, and clerics
Afriques. Volume 4.

Periodical articleFarias, Paulo (2010)
See this documentLocal Landscapes and Constructions of World Space: Medieval Inscriptions, Cognitive Dissonance, and the Course of the Niger
Afriques. Volume 2.

Book chapterMoraes Farias, Paulo F. (2008)
Intellectual innovation and reinvention of the Sahel: the seventeenth-century Timbuktu chronicles
In: The meanings of Timbuktu. p. 95-107.

Periodical articleBarber, Karin and Moraes Farias, P.F. de (2006)
Archive as work-in-progress
Abstract presentCurrent Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa. Volume 18 #2. p. 14-32.

BookMoraes Farias, P.F. de (2003)
Arabic medieval inscriptions from the Republic of Mali: epigraphy, chronicles and Songhay-Tuareg history
Oxford: Oxford University Press for The British Academy. Fontes historiae africanae, New series.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, Paulo F. de (2003)
See this documentAfrocentrism: Between Crosscultural Grand Narrative and Cultural Relativism
The Journal of African History. Volume 44 #2. p. 327-340.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, Paulo F. de and Henige, David and Jones, Adam and McCaskie, T.C. and Vansina, Jan (2003)
See this documentJ.D. Fage, 1921-2002
History in Africa. Volume 30. p. 1-9.

Periodical articleBarber, Karin and Moraes Farias, Paulo F. de (2000)
An archive of Yorb religious ephemera
Abstract presentAfrica Bibliography. p. VII-XIX.

Book chapterMoraes Farias, P.F. de (1996)
Borgu in the cultural map of the Muslim diasporas of West Africa
In: Hunwick, John Owen and Lawler, N. (eds.), The cloth of many colored silks: Papers on history and society, Ghanaian and Islamic in honor of Ivor Wilks. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. p. 259-286.

Book chapterFarias, Paulo Fernando de Moraes (1995)
Praise splits the subject of speech: constructions of kingship in the Manden and Borgu
Abstract presentIn: Power, marginality and African oral literature / ed. by Graham Furniss and Liz Gunner. - Cambridge [etc.]: Cambridge University Press. p. 225-243.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, P.F. de (1992)
See this documentHistory and Consolation: Royal Yoruba Bards Comment on Their Craft
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 19. p. 263-297.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, P.F. de (1992)
A Letter from Ki-Toro Mahamman Gaani, King of Busa (Borgu, Northern Nigeria) About the 'Kisra' Stories of Origin (ca. 1910)
Sudanic Africa. Volume 3. p. 109-132.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, P.F. de (1990)
The oldest extant writing of West Africa: medieval epigraphs from Essuk, Saney, and Egef-n-Tawaqqast (Mali)
Abstract presentJournal des africanistes. Volume 60 #2. p. 65-113.

BookMoraes Farias, P.F. de and Barber, Karin (eds.) (1990)
Self-assertion and brokerage: early cultural nationalism in West Africa
Abstract presentBirmingham: University of Birmingham, Centre of West African Studies. Birmingham University African studies series #2. 242p.

Conference paperBarber, Karin and Moraes Farias, P.F. de (eds.) (1989)
Discourse and its disguises: the interpretation of African oral texts
Abstract presentBirmingham: University of Birmingham, Centre of West African Studies. Birmingham University African studies series #1.

Periodical articleMoraes Farias, P.F. de (1974)
See this documentSilent Trade: Myth and Historical Evidence
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 1. p. 9-24.

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