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Extractions: This page is designed for use of student in ANTH 3537/5537 Peoples of Africa to explore Africa on the net. I am continuing to update it as I discover new and interesting sites. Africa Focus : Sights and Sonds of a Continuent from the University of Wisconsin at Madison OLATS/Virtual Africa . Multicultural and interdisciplinary project focused on the cultural and scientific contexts of water. African Mathematics .Ethnomathematics discovers the mathematical concepts embedded in indigenous cultures. Learn about math in pre-colonial Nigeria, play mancala online, discover the principles of geometry forund in African art and more.
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Extractions: AFRICAN SOCIETIES Michaelmas and Lent Terms Telephone extension: 3360 Number Registered for Course : max 40 Email list for Course : firstname.lastname@example.org Assessment Procedure : You will be assessed by a combination of two essays, a bibliography on one of the topics covered and contributions to the course email list. At the end, a three hour examination is held. Essays etc contribute 10% of all marks, the examination 90%. You must make at least four contributions to the email list which include at least two article summaries (but not including essays and the bibliography which should not be sent to the list). Assignment Requirements : Essays need to be of at least 2000 words, not more than 3000 in length and must be typed first essay on 18 December 1998 by 3.00 p.m.
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Extractions: Assessment Procedure : You will be assessed by a combination of two essays, a bibliography on one of the topics covered and contributions to the course email list. At the end, a three hour examination is held. Essays etc contribute 20% of all marks, the examination 80%. By the end of the Lent term you must make at least four contributions to the email list which include at least two article summaries (but not including essays and the bibliography which should not be sent to the list).
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Extractions: INDEX 2000 AUTHOR INDEX GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX Articles Africa ... Oceania AUTHOR INDEX Articles Battesti, Vincent: Les échelles temporelles des oasis du Jérid tunisien 419 Bednarik, Robert G.: Crossing the Timor Sea by Middle Palaeolithic Raft 37 Blust, Robert: The Origin of Dragons 519 DasGupta, Sudipta: Prehistoric Context of Mayurbhanj District of Orissa (India) 485 Dilley, Roy M.: The Question of Caste in West Africa with Special Reference to Tukulor Craftsmen 149 Dinslage, Sabine, Rudolf Leger, and Anne Storch: Space and Gender. Cultural Limitations of Space in Two Communities of Northeastern Nigeria 121 Droz, Yvan: L'ethos du mûramati kikuyu. Schème migratoire, différenciation sociale et individualisation au Kenya 87 Frieß, Michaela: Die europäische Kultivierung einer südseeinsulanischen Tradition. Tätowierung als Kennzeichnung individualisierter sexueller, kultureller und nationaler Identität 167 Ganzer, Burkhard: Kulturelle Distanz und "ethnographic refusal". Zur Ethnographie iranischer Nomadengesellschaften 65 Giessen, Hans W.:
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Extractions: Chapter 16: Anthropology and the Future To find web sites relating to anthropology , your first stop should be the World Wide Web Virtual Library (WWW VL) for Anthropology. This site includes archaeology as well, but another comprehensive guide is the WWW VL for Archaeology (also known as ArchNet). Both sites are huge with links to hundreds of pages arranged by subject or geographically.
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Extractions: Nigeria , republic in western Africa, bounded by Cameroon to the east, Chad to the northeast, Niger to the north, Benin to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south. Until 1991, the capital was the largest city, Lagos, on the southwestern coast; at that time, the new city of Abuja, in the countrys interior, became capital. Nigeria has a federal form of government and is divided into 36 states and a federal capital territory. The country's official name is the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Nigeria covers an area of 923,768 sq km (356,669 sq mi). At its widest, it measures about 1,200 km (about 750 mi) from east to west and about 1,050 km (about 650 mi) from north to south. The countrys topography ranges from lowlands along the coast and in the lower Niger Valley to high plateaus in the north and mountains along the eastern border. Much of the country is laced with productive rivers. The Nigerian ecology varies from tropical forest in the south to dry savanna in the far north, yielding a diverse mix of plant and animal life. Human population and development pose serious threats to both the ecological and the human environment. A Topographic Regions The broad, mostly level valleys of the Niger and Benue rivers form Nigerias largest physical region. The Niger enters the country from the northwest, the Benue from the northeast; they join at the city of Lokoja in the south central region and continue south, where they empty into the Atlantic at the Niger Delta. Together, they form the shape of a
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Extractions: The current study links various socio-political settings in selected regions with rural economies of those people who refer to themselves as Fulbe, the most prominent cattle rearing population group in West Africa. Although a nomadic mode of livelihood is considered as authentic, most of the Fulbe have settled down as agropastoralists today, combining pastoral cattle economy with field cultivation. The research includes cognitive and active structuration of the social environment by Fulbe in selected investigation areas, and its effect on their economic scope of action. The perception of social environment by Fulbe affects their social position (connection to social networks). Some relevant semantic fields are examined comparatively to identify the cultural concepts on which social structure is built. These and other regional characteristics affect access to resources, scopes of action and the economic strategies of households. An analysis of the organization of farming and livestock economy in various socio-political regions helps to understand how social factors operate and how the respective actors perform.
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