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Periodical articleEsselborn, Karl (2016)
Neuere deutschsprachige Afrikaromane als Thema afrikanischer Germanistik
Abstract presentMont Cameroun: Afrikanische Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Studien zum deutschsprachigen Raum. #12. p. 99-115.

Periodical issueFox, Thomas (ed.) (2016)
See this documentSpecial edition dedicated to prof. Pempelani Mufune
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 5 #1. 178p.

BookLingenfelder, Ilse and Roos, Zuretha (2016)
See this documentDie verdwyning van Mina Afrika Zuretha Roos: onderwysersgids
Kaapstad: Tafelberg Uitgewers. 80p.

Periodical articleNyemb, Bertin (ed.) (2016)
Literatur der Interkulturalität und Kompetenzförderung: Konzepte, Ansätze und didaktische Möglichkeiten in der Hochschulpraxis = Litérature de l'interculturalité et promotion des compétences: concepts, approches et possibilités didactiques dans la pratique universitaire
Abstract presentMont Cameroun: Afrikanische Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Studien zum deutschsprachigen Raum. #12. p. 11-81.

Periodical articleWarner, Tobias (2016)
See this documentPara-literary ethnography and colonial self-writing: the student notebooks of the William Ponty School
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 47 #1. p. 1-20.

Periodical issueMbambi Kungua, Benoît Awazi (ed.) (2015)
Les intellectuels africains au Canada: missions, figures, visions et leaderships
Abstract presentAfroscopie. #2015. 387p.

BookThioune, Birahim (2015)
Manuels de lecture et initiation littéraire au Sénégal et en Guinée
Dakar: L'Harmattan. 305p.

BookArua, Arua E. and Awonuga, Christopher Olatunji and Abioye, Taiwo and Ayoola, Kehinde A. (eds.) (2014)
Language, literature and style in Africa: a festschrift for Professor Christopher Olatunji Awonuga
Abstract presentNewcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars. 169p.

BookZappen-Thomson, Marianne and Tesmer, Gertrud and Gretschel, Hans-Volker and Baker (Lecturer), Anne (eds.) (2014)
Von Schelmen und Tatorten: von Literatur und Sprache: Festschrift für Hans-Volker Gretschel
Abstract presentWindhoek: UNAM Press. 177p.

BookNational Curriculum Development Centre, Kampala (2013)
See this documentUganda Advanced Certificate of Education teaching syllabi for Art & Design, English Literature, Local Language: general paper
Abstract presentKampala: National Curriculum Development Centre. #6. 299p.

Periodical articleKeïta, Abdoulaye (2012)
Le roman wolof, de l'alphabétisation à la littérature: l'exemple du roman 'Séy xare la' de Ndèye Daba Niane
Abstract presentBulletin de l'Institut Fondamental d'Afrique Noire, Série B: Sciences humaines. Volume 54 #1-2. p. 165-176.

BookMandé, Issiaka (ed.) (2012)
Le Burkina Faso contemporain: racines du présent et enjeux nouveaux
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. #26. 357p.

Periodical articleMhandu, Edwin (2011)
Modernity and imperialism in African writing and their implications on pedagogy
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 23 #1. March. p. 13-25.

BookSalhi, Mohand Akli (2011)
Études de littérature kabyle
Alger: Enag. 177p.

BookKandjimbo, Luís (2010)
Ensaio para inversão do olhar: da literatura angolana à literatura portuguesa
Luanda: Mayamba Editora. 171p.

Periodical articleRobinson, David (2010)
See this documentAlan Paton's literature and the teaching of social justice
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 27 #2. p. 60-70.

BookBukagile, Godfrey Rutta and Nyangwine, Nyambari and Yogo, Meshack (2009)
The essentials of literature: questions with answers
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: Nyambari Nyangwine Publishers. 169p.

BookTeulié, Gilles and Joseph-Vilain, Mélanie (eds.) (2009)
Healing South African wounds = Guérir les blessures de l'Afrique du Sud
Abstract presentMontpellier: Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée. #7. 473p.

Conference paperHarrow, Kenneth W. and Mpoche, Kizitus (eds.) (2008)
Language, literature and education in multicultural societies: collaborative research on Africa
Abstract presentNewcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 381p.

Conference paperMiliani, Hadj and Obadia, Lionel (eds.) (2008)
Art et transculturalité au Maghreb: incidences et résistances: Actes de la journée d'études organisée par le Centre de recherches en anthroplogie sociale et culturelle (CRASC) et le réseau Diversité des expressions culturelles et artistiques et mondialisations (DCAM) de l'Agence universitaire de Francophonie, Oran, 2-3 décembre 2006
Abstract presentParis: Agence universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF). 142p.

BookPost, Hedda Maria and Merolla, Daniela (eds.) (2008)
Libellus amicorum voor Mineke Schipper
Abstract presentLeiden. 113p.

Periodical articleDelisle, Jennifer (2006)
See this documentFinding the Future in the Past: Nostalgia and Community-Building in Mhlophe's 'Have You Seen Zandie?'
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 32 #2. June. p. 387-401.

Periodical issueMonaka, K.C. (ed.) (2006)
Special issue: Research on the Khoesan in Botswana
Abstract presentPula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 20 #1. 102p.

Periodical articleNtakirutimana, Jean (2006)
De la valeur éducative du genre narratif dans les sociétés africaines traditionnelles
Abstract presentÉthiopiques: revue socialiste de culture négro-africaine. #77. p. 173-192.

Periodical articleChitando, A. (2005)
An investigation into children's literature
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 17 #3. November. p. 293-312.

Periodical articleKiyimba, Abasi (2005)
See this documentGendering Social Destiny in the Proverbs of the Baganda: Reflections on Boys and Girls Becoming Men and Women
Abstract presentJournal of African Cultural Studies. Volume 17 #2. p. 253-270.

BookOyewumi, Oyeronke (ed.) (2005)
African Gender Studies: A Reader
Basingstoke, Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. 433p.

Book chapterSenkoro, F.E.M.K. (2005)
Understanding Gender Through Genre: Oral Literature as a Vehicle for Gender Studies in East Africa
In: Le Roux, Elizabeth (ed.). Gender, Literature and Religion in Africa. Dakar: Codesria. Codesria Gender Series #4. p. 1-15.

BookChukwuma, Helen and Koroye, Seiyifa and Anyadike, Noel C. (eds.) (2004)
Women in the Academy: Festschrift for Professor Helen Chukwuma
Port Harcourt: Pearl Publishers. 409p.

Book chapterConteh-Morgan, M. (2004)
Reading African Women's Writing: The Role of Librarians in Expanding the Canon
In: LaFond, Deborah M. and Walsh, Gretchen (eds.). Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa. New York: Haworth Information Press.

Periodical articleLatha, R.H. (2004)
Mariama Ba's 'So Long a Letter' and the Educational Empowerment of Muslim Women
Acta Academica. Volume 36 #1. p. 54-83.

Periodical articleLuanguala, J.R. (2004)
A reading culture in Zambia: an alternative explanation of its absence
The Journal of Humanities (Lusaka). Volume 4. p. 41-52.

Periodical articleMcHaney, Pearl and Schatteman, Renee (2004)
Women's Literature From South Africa and the American South: A Comparative Pedagogy
Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies. Volume 5 #4. October.

BookOyeleye, Lekan (ed.) (2004)
Language and discourse in society
Ibadan: Hope Publications. 336p.

Dissertation / thesisDickinson, Sandra C. (2003)
From Orality to Literacy: The Intellectual Traditions of Black South African Women
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. 334p.

Periodical articleDoughty, J. (2003)
Integrating History and Literature to Teach About Women of West Africa
Social Education. Volume 67 #1. January-February. p. 17-21.

Periodical articleNegash, Ghirmai (2003)
Tradition of Tigrinya Oral Poetry in Eritrea
Abstract presentJournal of Eritrean Studies (Asmara). Volume 2 #1-2. May-December. p. 9-38.

BookNigerian Book Fair Trust (2003)
Women Empowerment Through Publishing: Papers Presented at the Second Nigeria International Book Fair, 8th-12th May, 2003
Ikeja, Nigeria: Nigerian Book Fair Trust. 130p.

BookSchifano, Elsa (2003)
L'édition africaine en France: portraits
Paris: L'Harmattan. 233p.

Periodical articleDaymond, Margaret J. (2002)
See this documentComplementary Oral and Written Narrative Conventions: Sindiwe Magona's Autobiography and Short Story Sequence, 'Women at Work'
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 28 #2. June. p. 331-346.

Book chapterBukenya, Austin (2001)
Oracy and Female Empowerment in Africa
In: Kaschula, Russell (ed.). African Oral Literature: Functions in Contemporary Contexts. Claremont, South Africa/London: New Africa Book/Global. p. 32-38.

Periodical articleFekade, Azeze (2001)
The State of Oral Literature Research in Ethiopia: Retrospect and Prospect
Abstract presentJournal of Ethiopian Studies. Volume 34 #1. June. p. 43-85.

Periodical articleGovender, Krijay (2001)
See this documentSubverting Identity After 1994: The South African Indian Woman as Playwright
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #49. p. 33-43.

Periodical articleAwedoba, A.K. (2000)
Social roles of riddles, with reference to Kasena society
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 16 #2. p. 35-51.

Dissertation / thesisBelhachmi, Zakia (2000)
Al-Sa'dawi's and Mernissi's Feminist Knowledge With/in the History, Education and Science of the Arab-Islamic Culture
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 384p.

Periodical articleEzeigbo, Theodora A. (2000)
The Dynamics of Literary Response: Students as Readers of African Women's Writing
African Research and Documentation. #83. p. 37-47.

Conference paperObfuchi, Cordella U. (2000)
The Challenges of Women Academics in the New Millennium: Creating and Sustaining a Vibrant Literary Tradition
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference paperSchatteman, Renee (2000)
Teaching African Women Writers: An Emphasis on Critical Reading and Writing
Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 16-19, 2000, Nashville, Tennessee. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Periodical articleThiong'o, Ngugi wa (2000)
See this documentEurophonism, universities, and the magic fountain: the future of African literature and scholarship
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 31 #1. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleMensah, A.N. (1999)
History and literary studies: towards greater integration in the classroom
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature. #special issue. p. 115-122.

Book chapterBoyd-Buggs, D. (1998)
Marabout-masters: Maraboutism and the problem of education in the Senegalese novel
In: Hawley, J.C. (ed.), The postcolonial crescent: Islam's impact on contemporary literature. New York: Lang. p. 185-214.

Periodical articleBrouwer, Compton (1998)
See this documentBooks for Africans: Margaret Wrong and the Gendering of African Writing, 1923-1963
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 31 #1. p. 53-71.

Periodical articleChiwome, Emmanuel (1998)
More exploration with less didacticism: a challenge for the contemporary Shona novelist
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 10 #2. July. p. 115-126.

Book chapterCoetzee, Ampie (1998)
Nadine Gordimer and the Afrikaner
In: Oliphant, Andries W. (ed.). A Writing Life: Celebrating Nadine Gordimer. London: Viking.

Book chapterKolawole, Mary E.M. (1998)
Women's Oral Literature as Site for Dynamic Self-Expression
In: Kolawole, Mary E.M. (ed.). Gender Perceptions and Development in Africa. Lagos: Arrabon Academic Publishers.

Periodical articleOyeronke-Oyewumi (1998)
Making History, Creating Gender: Some Methodological and Interpretive Questions in the Writing of Oyo Oral Traditions
History in Africa. Volume 25. p. 263-305.

Periodical articleSutherland-Addy, Esi (1998)
See this documentDiscourse and Asafo: The Place of Oral Literature
Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. #2. p. 87-100.

Periodical articleAbubakre, Razaq D. and Reichmuth, Stefan (1997)
See this documentArabic writing between global and local culture: scholars and poets in Yorubaland (southwestern Nigeria)
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 28 #3. p. 183-209.

Periodical articleAdebisi, A.R. (1997)
Islamic education in Tierno Monenembo's 'The bush toads'
Muslim Education Quarterly. Volume 14 #4. p. 54-72.

Periodical articleChapman, Michael (1997)
See this documentFrom Shaka to Shakespeare: the study of English in South Africa today
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 14. p. 87-95.

Periodical articleMolvaer, Reidulf K. (1997)
See this documentSiniddu Gebru: Pioneer Woman Writer, Feminist, Patriot, Educator, and Politician
Abstract presentNortheast African Studies. Volume 4 #3. p. 61-75.

Dissertation / thesisNash, Hannah (1997)
A Novel Approach to Education and Development: Insights From African Women Writers
M.A. Thesis: Massey University, Palmerston North, Auckland, Wellington, New Zealand.

Periodical articleDavid, L. (1996?)
Guy Gilbert: avoir un visage qui soigne
Italiques. #5. p. 78-80.

Periodical articleAdebisi, A.R. (1996)
Education in Aminata Fall's 'The beggars' strike'
Muslim Education Quarterly. Volume 13 #4. p. 58-72.

Periodical articleHeyns, Michiel (1996)
See this documentHarold Bloom and the Green Paper: the Western canon in South Africa
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 13. p. 43-56.

Periodical articleKane, Penny and Ruzicka, Lado (1996)
Women's Education and the Demographic Transition in Africa
Health Transition Review. Volume 6 Supplement. p. 101-113.

BookMama, Amina A. (1996)
Women's Studies and Studies of Women in Africa During the 1990s
Dakar: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA). Working Paper Series #5/96. 96p.

Book chapterMofokeng, Boitumelo and Moses, Th. and Naidoo, S. and Sikwe, L. and Soobrayan, Veni and Tokwe, N. and Daymond, Margaret J. and Lenta, Margaret M. (1996)
Workshop on Black Women's Writing and Reading
In: Daymond, Margaret J. (ed.). South African Feminisms: Writing, Theory, and Criticism, 1990-1994. New York/London: Garland Publishing.

Periodical articleAdebisi, A.R. (1995)
Islamic education in Cheikh Hamidou Kane's 'Ambiguous adventure'
Muslim Education Quarterly. Volume 12 #2. p. 10-33.

Periodical articleSicherman, Carol (1995)
See this documentNgugi's Colonial Education: 'The Subversion...of the African Mind
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 38 #3. December. p. 11-41.

Periodical articleSicherman, Carol (1995)
The Leeds-Makerere Connection and Ngugi's Intellectual Development
Abstract presentUfahamu. Volume 23 #1. p. 3-20.

Periodical articleWoeber, Catherine (1995)
See this documentError in the religious equation: images of St Peter's school in South African autobiography
Abstract presentThe English Academy Review. Volume 12. p. 58-69.

Book chapterNnaemeka, Obioma (1994)
Bringing African Women Into the Classroom: Rethinking Pedagogy and Epistemology
In: Higgonet, M.R. (ed.). Borderwork: Feminist Engagements With Comparative Literature. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press. p. 301-318.

Periodical articleAdebisi, A.R. (1993)
Muslim child between two worlds: A critique of Cheikh Hamidou Kane's 'Ambiguous adventure'
Islamic Studies. Volume 32 #2. p. 205-214.

Periodical articleAdebisi, A.R. (1993)
The Muslim child between two worlds: A critique of Shaykh Hamidou Kane's 'Ambiguous adventure'
Al-Tawhid. Volume 10 #4. p. 152-161.

BookChew, Shirley and Rutherford, Anna (eds.) (1993)
Unbecoming Daughters of Empire
Sydney, Australia: Dangaroo Press.

Periodical articleKamera, W.D. and Malambe, G.B. (1993)
Language and literature skills: a case for Swaziland schools
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 7. December. p. 1-6.

Book chapterBadran, Margot (1992)
Expressing Feminism and Nationalism in Autobiography: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Educator
In: Smith, Sidonie and Watson, Julie (eds.). De/Colonizing the Subject: The Politics of Gender in Women's Autobiography. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press. p. 270-293.

Conference paperOkereke, Grace E. (1992)
Education as a Colonial Heritage and the Nigerian Woman in Literature
Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora, July 13-18, 1992, Nsukka, Nigeria. Indianapolis: Association of African Women Scholars (AAWS), Indiana University, Women's Studies Program. Volume 4. p. 157.

Periodical articleMuianga, A. (1991)
Literatura e Moçambicanidade
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 4 #5. February. p. 58-60.

Periodical articleOkowa, N. (1991)
Reform English syllabus in secondary schools
New Age (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 4 #8-9. p. 18.

Conference paperEke, Maureen N. (1990)
Theater for the People: Theater for Education: Women Playrights and the Re-Visioning of African Theater
Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 1-4, 1990, Baltimore, Maryland. Atlanta. Emory University.

Periodical issueGranqvist, Raoul (ed.) (1990)
Canonization and teaching of African literatures
Abstract presentMatatu: Journal for African Culture and Society. Volume 7. 190p.

Periodical articleJeyifo, Biodun (1990)
See this documentThe nature of things: arrested decolonization and critical theory
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 21 #1. p. 33-48.

Periodical articleWilkinson, Jean (1989)
Unheard Words: Third World Women Speak for Themselves
Social Studies Review. Volume 29 #1. Fall. p. 71-76.

Periodical articleCobham-Sander, Rhonda (1986)
Class Versus Sex: The Problem of Values in the Modern Nigerian Novel
Black Scholar. Volume 17 #4. July-August. p. 17-27.

Periodical articleObura, Anna P. (1986)
Learning the Gender Bias Early: A Critical Examination of Some Primary School Textbooks
Ceres. Volume 19 #3. p. 28-33.

Periodical articleSchipper-De Leeuw, Mineke (1986)
Eurocentrisme et lettres africaines dans le champ universitaire
Abstract presentPeuples noirs, peuples africains. Volume 9 #50. p. 97-111.

Periodical articleConrad, David C. (1985)
See this documentIslam in the Oral Traditions of Mali: Bilali and Surakata
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 26 #1. p. 33-49.

Periodical articleHale, Thomas A. (1985)
Islam and the Griots in West Africa: Bridging the Gap Between Two Traditions
Abstract presentAfricana Journal. Volume 13 #1-4. p. 84-90.

Periodical articleScheub, Harold (1985)
See this documentA Review of African Oral Traditions and Literature
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 28 #2-3. June-September. p. 1-72.

Periodical articleGitau, Ben K. (1982)
Ngugi Wa Thiongo: the African Paulo Freire?
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of Sociology. Volume 2 #1. p. 42-43.

Periodical articleMnthali, Felix and Ugundipe-Leslie, Omolara (1982)
Social contexting in the teaching of African literature
Abstract presentOkike: an African Journal of New Writing. #20. p. 82-90.

Periodical articleOjo, S.Ade (1982)
L'enseignement de la littérature africaine d'expression française dans les universités anglophones: le cas du Nigéria
Abstract presentL'Afrique littéraire. #63-64. p. 29-41.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1979)
Kent/Okike conference papers
Abstract presentOkike: an African Journal of New Writing. #15. p. 8-58.

Periodical articleNkashama, P. Ngandu (1977)
See this documentL'enseignement de la littérature africaine à l'Université Nationale du Zaïre
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 8 #3. p. 327-342.

PeriodicalUniversity of Botswana. Department of English (1977)
See this documentMarang: journal of language and literature
Gaborone: Department of English, University of Botswana. Marang: Journal of Language and Literature.

Periodical articleTopan, Farouk M. (1968)
An approach to the teaching of Swahili literature
Abstract presentSwahili: Journal of the East African Swahili Committee. Volume 38 #2. p. 161-163.

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