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Periodical articleDavies, Matthew I.J. and Kipkeu Kipruto, Timothy and Moore, Henrietta L. (2014)
See this documentRevisiting the irrigated agricultural landscape of the Marakwet, Kenya: tracing local technology and knowledge over the recent past
Abstract presentAzania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 49 #4. p. 486-523.

Periodical articleSteele, John (2014)
See this documentSome reflections on two rural potter's cooperatives in the Port St Johns region of the Eastern Cape, South Africa
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 13 #1. p. 41-50.

Periodical articleGiblin, John D. and Remigius, Kigongo (2012)
See this documentThe social and symbolic context of the royal potters of Buganda
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 47 #1. p. 64-80.

Periodical articleAkakpo, Yaovi (2010)
Du devenir des technologies traditionnelles
Abstract presentCahiers du CERLESHS. Volume 25 #35. p. 243-258.

Periodical articleKohtamaki, Marjaana (2010)
See this documentAn ethnoarchaelogical study of Twa potters in southern Rwanda
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 45 #3. p. 298-320.

Periodical articleZimmermann, Martin (2010)
The coexistence of traditional and large-scale water supply systems in central northern Namibia
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #7. p. 55-84.

Periodical articleChirikure, Shadreck and Burrett, Rob and Heimann, Robert B. (2009)
See this documentBeyond furnaces and slags: a review study of bellows and their role in indigenous African metallurgical processes
Abstract presentAzania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 44 #2. p. 195-215.

Periodical articleTempelhoff, Johann W.N. (2008)
See this documentHistorical perspectives on pre-colonial irrigation in southern Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Historical Review. Volume 40 #1. p. 121-160.

BookCoulibaly, Elisée (2006)
Savoirs et savoir-faire des anciens métallurgistes d'Afrique occidentale: procédés et techniques de la sidérurgie directe dans le Bwamu (Burkina Faso et Mali)
Paris: Karthala. 422p.

BookSokoni, Cosmas and Shechambo, Tamilwai (2005)
See this documentChanges in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation: a case of the Ndiwa irrigations system, west Usambara mountains, Tanzania
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: REPOA. #5. 44p.

Periodical articleTegene, Belay (2003)
See this documentCombining Land Capability Evaluation, Geographic Information Systems, and Indigenous Technologies for Soil Conservation in Northern Ethiopia
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 19 #2. June. p. 23-53.

Book chapterElder, Tanya (2000)
The way of the bricoleur
Abstract presentIn: Manoeuvring in an environment of uncertainty: structural change and social action in sub-Saharan Africa. p. 207-232.

Periodical articleBitiyong, Yashim Isa (1999)
Tin smelting in the Nok region, Nigeria
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 47-52.

Periodical articleDevisch, René (1999)
Les universités en Afrique noire et les savoirs endogènes
Abstract presentBulletin des séances = Mededelingen der zittingen. Volume 45 #3. p. 261-293.

Periodical articleGabriel, A.O.I. (1999)
Women and indigenous fishing technology in Rivers State of Nigeria: a source for African traditional educational ideas
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 67-78.

Periodical articleKhidir, Zakaria Fadoul (1999)
Les Beri et leurs techniques traditionnelles
Revue scientifique du Tchad. Volume 6 #1. p. 43-51.

Periodical articleOkonkwo, T.M. (1999)
Preservation of meat and fish by solar drying: the case of Nigeria
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 108-117.

Periodical articleOkonkwo, T.M. (1999)
Upgrading traditional food processing: smoked meat and fish as case studies
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 98-107.

Periodical articleOkpoko, A. Ikechukwu and Ibeanu, A.M. (1999)
Early metal-working in Nigeria
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 34-46.

Periodical articleOnwuejeogwu, M. Angulu (1999)
The place of indigenous technology in present-day Africa
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2. p. 7-26.

Periodical articleDavid, N. (1998)
See this documentThe Ethnoarcheology and Field Archaeology of Grinding at Sukur, Adamawa State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Archaeological Review. Volume 15 #1. March. p. 13-63.

BookMortimore, Michael (1998)
Roots in the African dust: sustaining the sub-Saharan drylands
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 219p.

Book chapterMcCorkle, Constance M. and McClure, Gail D. (1995)
Farmer know-how and communication for technology transfer: CTTA in Niger
Abstract presentIn: The cultural dimension of development: indigenous knowledge systems / ed. by D. Michael Warren, L. Jan Slikkerveer, David Brokensha. - London: Intermediate Technology Publications. p. 323-332.

Periodical articleMumbanza mwa Bawele (1995)
L'évolution technologique des Bantu: cas des riverains de la région équatoriale du Zaïre
Abstract presentAnnales aequatoria. Volume 16. p. 259-305.

Book chapterRadcliffe, Edward B. and Ouedraogo, Gregoire and Patten, Sonia E. (eds.) (1995)
Neem in Niger: a new context for a system of indigenous knowledge
Abstract presentIn: The cultural dimension of development: indigenous knowledge systems / ed. by D. Michael Warren, L. Jan Slikkerveer, David Brokensha. - London: Intermediate Technology Publications. p. 35-70.

Book chapterWalker, Peter J.C. (1995)
Indigenous knowledge and famine relief in the Horn of Africa
Abstract presentIn: The cultural dimension of development: indigenous knowledge systems / ed. by D. Michael Warren, L. Jan Slikkerveer, David Brokensha. - London: Intermediate Technology Publications. p. 147-154.

BookCambré, Jules (1986)
Bijdrage tot de studie van de traditionele woningbouw in Afrika ten zuiden van de Sahara: (een onderzoek naar de terreinkeuze, de gebruikte bouwmaterialen, de takenverdeling, de aangewende constructietechnieken en de daarbij horende technische terminologie, de morfologie en stijlevolutie, de inrichting van het interieur, de decoratieve elementen, de bouwriten): Kujenga ya nyumba
Gent: Rijksuniversiteit Gent.

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