VADA - Volkeren En Stammen Peoples Tribes B bobo (Mali, Burkina Faso). BOERGONDIËRS BURGUNDEN BURGUNDIANS BURGUNDII (Duitsland Germany). BOERS (Zuid Afrika - South africa) North America). indigenous peoples in BOLIVIA http://www.vada.nl/volkenbb.htm
Extractions: BAGA (Guinee) H+K Gallery - About the Baga Tribe - An enormous head with beak nose and horseshoe ears (typical of the work of west Atlantic tribes), the whole heavily scarified, is cantilevered on a long neck. The huge breasts are carved in one with the shoulders and it is worn on the head of the dancer, whose body is hidden under a raffia costume, so that the head and breasts are all that is visible of the carving
Photographs Of Africa | Picture Africa Includes architecture, boboDioulasso, homes, market scenes Empire, deserts, exploration,indigenous peoples, landscapes, remote mainly of africa and Australia http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/photographs.html
Extractions: Topics : Photograph Collections (including illustrations) Search: Countries Topics Africa Guide Suggest a Site ... Africa Home See also: Africa South of the Sahara - Art and Country Pages Contemporary Photographs Historical Photographs Contemporary Photographs Site for the TV series. Includes a Photoscope section of photo essays on AIDS, urban life (Cairo, Rwanda, gays, the internet, Congo, South Africa, Nigeria), conflict (Eritrea, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Rwanda, Congo, Sudan), the environment, women. [KF] http://www.pbs.org/wnet/africa/photoscope/index.html
Extractions: AMECEA Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa . It is a service organization for the National Episcopal Conferences of the eight countries of Eastern Africa, namely Eritrea (1993), Ethiopia (1979), Kenya (1961), Malawi (1961), Sudan (1979), Tanzania (1961), Uganda (1961) and Zambia (1961). Somalia (1995) is an Affiliate member. Association of Episcopal Conferences of Anglophone West Africa (AECAWA), inaugurated at Ibadan, Nigeria in 1977, is made up of the Inter-Territorial Catholic Bishops' Conference (ITCABIC) comprising The Gambia, and Sierra Leone, the Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference (GCBC), the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Liberia (CABICOL) and the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria (CBCN).
ASIL Membership - Interest Groups & Networks ASIL Members (only) may join the africa Interest Group Antarctic Law Web Site, ChairJack bobo Crowell RIGHTS OF indigenous peoples The Interest Group on the http://www.asil.org/interest.htm
Extractions: The members of ASIL have formed 25 interest groups in order to facilitate communication with colleagues and to focus activities in more specialized areas. They may sponsor their own seminars and workshops, publish their own Newsletters or support Internet discussion groups. Regional networks have been established in order to bring together members and others with international interests in their geographical areas.
Africa (s1)(afr1Page1) magnificent photographs of the indigenous peoples) (Keywords Culture history KeywordsEthnology, West, Central, africa, Mumuye, Yoruba boboFing, Bamum, Bakuba http://www.tribalworldbooks.com.au/afr1Page1.html
Musées Afrique indigenous Knowledge in South africa et ethnographiedu Burkina Faso bobo, Bwa, Gurunsi Aquarelles de Joy Adamson peoples of Kenya http://www.unil.ch/gybn/Arts_Peuples/Ex_Africa/ex_Af_musaf.html
Extractions: Cape Town South African National Gallery Government Avenue ma-di 10-17 Arts de la perle / Expositions temporaires Cape Town - Gardens South African Museum 25 Queen Victoria Street lu-di 10-17 terres cuites de Lydenburg San (peintures rupestres), Zimb abwe Tsonga , Khoikhoi, Sotho, Nguni, Shona, Lovedu... Exposition " Ulwazi Lwemvelo - Indigenous Knowledge in South Africa Cape Town - Rosebank University of Cape Town Irma Stern Museum Cecil Road ma-sa 10-17 Arts de Zanzibar et du Congo: Lega, Luba Durban Art Gallery City Hall lu-sa 8.30-16; di 11-16 Durban Local History Museum Aliwal Street East London East London Museum lu-ve 9.30-17; sa 9.30-12 Grahamstown Albany Museum. Natural Sciences and History Museums Somerset Street lu-ve 9-13 / 14-17; sa-di 14-17 Johannesburg MuseuMAfricA Newtown Cultural Precinct
Liberal Democrats Bookshop NoNonsense Guide to indigenous peoples, Lotte Hughes, £7.00. in the Post-SovietEra, bobo Lo, £22.50. South africa A Modern History, Rodney Davenport, £25.00. http://bookshop.libdems.org.uk/category.jsp?ID=158
Burkina Faso: Afropop Country -- West Africa of West africa, Burkina Faso is a land rich in cultures, with Mande, Mossi, Fulani,bobo, Lobi peoples topping a list of some 60 indigenous ethnic groups. http://www.afropop.org/explore/country_info/ID/24/Burkina Faso/
Extractions: History runs deep in Mali. In the 13th century, long before French colonizers arrived, the peaceful and productive Malian Empire spread through much of today's West Africa, far beyond the country's present borders. Many different ethnic groups came together under a visionary Manding king, Sunjata Keita, to control the trans-Saharan trade of salt and gold. The empire enjoyed two centuries of peace and glory, and that golden era lives on today in songs and stories. Contemporary Mali is far poorer and more challenged than the Empire at its height, or indeed than the Songhai and Bambara kingdoms that followed Mali and preceded the French colonial era. The Manding now rub shoulders and share scant resources with Fulani (Peul), Bambara, Bobo, Dogon, Tamascheck, Soninke, Songhoi, Tuareg and other peoples. But recalling the inclusive vision of Sunjata, Malians mostly get along and show a respect for cultural diversity unusual in modern Africa. Today, Mali can boast a dazzling variety of ethnic music fusions styles, from the hunter-derived Wassoulou sound of the south, to Bambara, Bobo and Senufo pop from the east, to the other-worldly northern styles, epitomized in the music of Ali Farka Toure. In part because most of these ethnic styles use five-note (pentatonic) scales, listeners find in them clear links to American blues. This is a complex and mysterious subject as full of surprising twists and turns as Mali's seemingly endless stream of pentatonic music styles.
Section 3 -- Working With Indigenous Knowledge challenge was encountered by a local researcher from africa. to translate the ideafrom bobo, the local related issue is that some indigenous peoples fear that http://www.idrc.ca/books/847/3-sec3.html
Extractions: Working with Indigenous Knowledge SECTION 3 This section presents some considerations for those who are developing a framework for IK research. IK research has borrowed and benefited from a number of sources and disciplines. Included here are methodological contributions from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) and from social science research, gender-sensitive research, and participatory rural appraisal research that are relevant to current IK research practice. Other relevant factors, including IPR issues from Section 2, are brought together in Table 3 ( "A research-framework summary for IK research") at the end. According to IUCN (1997), a society is sustainable when the human condition and the condition of the ecosystem are satisfactory or improving. IUCN has developed a series of eight (short) volumes to assess actions in terms of progress toward sustainability. The materials share four key principles: wholeness, asking questions, reflective institutions, and people focused.
Africa South Of The Sahara - Culture And Society An annotated guide to internet resources on african culture and society.Category Regional africa Society and Culture twostory architecture, Islam and indigenous african cultures Lwena/Luvale, Lundaand Related peoples of Angola boys playing with an innertube, bobo and Bwa mask http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/culture.html
References boboDiolasso, Burkina Faso Imprimerie de la Savane in the Use of Biotic Resourcesin Sub-Saharan africa. Ambio 22 Empowering indigenous peoples to Preserve http://www.bsponline.org/bsp/publications/africa/understanding_eng/references.ht
Extractions: Academy for Educational Development. 1994. Environmental Education and Communication (GreenCOM) Project. Project booklet. Washington, D.C.: Academy for Educational Development. Ady, Janet C. 1994. Teach About Geese. In Environmental Problem Solving: Theory, Practice and Possibilities in Environmental Education, Bardwell, Lisa V., Martha C. Monroe, and Margaret T. Tudor, eds. 1994. Troy, Ohio: North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). pp. 123-124. African Wildlife Foundation. 1993. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Survey. Unpublished survey. Archie, Michele, Lori Mann, and William Smith. 1993. Partners In Action: Environmental Social Marketing and Environmental Education. Washington, D.C.: Academy for Educational Development. Bardwell, Lisa V., Martha C. Monroe, and Margaret T. Tudor, eds. 1994. Environmental Problem Solving: Theory, Practice and Possibilities in Environmental Education. Troy, Ohio: North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE). Bendahmane, Diane B., and John W. McDonald, Jr. 1984.
West Africa Manding cities are Mopti, Djenne, Segou, bobo Dioulasso, Wa side of the area dominatedby the Mande peoples. rather than to examine the indigenous cultures and http://archnet.org/library/dictionary/entry.tcl?entry_id=DIA1010&mode=full
AFRICA AngloChristians affected a disunion of indigenous African people Bamako or Moptiin Mali, bobo-Dioulasso in of authority to sit while lesser peoples will stand http://www.cc.jyu.fi/~yaselma/africa.html
MALI WEST africa. of Mali as well as an introduction to basic Bambara the indigenous. ofthe Bambara, Khassonke, Malinke, Minianka and bobo peoples from surrounding http://members.aol.com/kdjosse/MaliTrip.html
Extractions: htmlAdWH('7004942', '120', '30'); htmlAdWH('7002006', '234', '60'); Main Create Edit Help MALI WEST AFRICA DRUMMING DANCE AFROPOP July 31 st through August 24 th Cultural Studies Tour 2000 Come to the heartland of the Great Malian Empire and explore the riches of this ancient culture along the Niger and Bani Rivers For Ten Days... You will live in a Malian-style villa in the village of Razelle, one kilometer north of Mali's capital city, Bamako. Each day you will have the opportunity to study drumming and dancing with members of award winning Troupe Komme Djosse, and with members of the National Ballet of Mali. Mande scholar Seykou Camara will begin each day with a lesson on the history and culture of Mali as well as an introduction to basic Bambara - the indigenous language. You will be invited to participate in traditional ceremonies of the Bambara, Khassonke, Malinke, Minianka and Bobo peoples from surrounding villages. You will have the opportunity to visit the colorful street markets where traditional medicine practitioners sell their wears alongside weavers, mask makers, textile artists, and leather artists. And you will have the chance to study cora, balaphone, and n'goni. For One Week...