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The long-term intent is to compile a complete bibliography of scholarly material about the Swahili coast published since though it also includes some earlier publications. Source items might include any scholarly Rebecca schild thesis, books, book chapters, review articles, research reports, and consultancy reports which would be available through the Inter-library loan services of universities.
Languages of the source items are usually in English. However, they might also potentially include articles in Swahili, French, and other languages used in scholarly communication. Additional materials are available in the online journal Swahili Forum.
A forthcoming issue will have an updated version of that bibliography. To have items included in the bibliography below, whether it is what you have written, or something you have seen, please become an editor of this page.
A user account will be created for you, and then you will be able to edit this page. Tuisome Tuijue [Dar es Salaam: Institute of Kiswahili Research] In Lionel Cliffe and John S. An Interdisciplinary ReaderVol. East African Publishing House.
Tanganyika Notes and Records 8: Aboubakar, Aziza Mohameded. Recits et Poemes Swahili. Introduction by Pierre Alexandre; illustrations by Muddle Lilius. Conseil international de la langue francaise.
Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria 6: Institute of African Studies, University of Nairobi, Anthropological Essays in Memory of Peter Lienhardt.
Allen, James de Vere Lamu. A Case for Interdisciplinary Research. Art and Archaeology Research Papers 3: James de Vere Allen and Thomas H. In James de Vere Allen, ed.
The Customs of the Swahili People: University of California Press. International Journal of African Historical Studies In Gerhard Kubik, ed. Journal of African History African Musicology 1 1: In Ahmed Idha Salim, ed. State Formation in Eastern Africa.
Rollins' A History of Swahili Prose. International Journal of African Historical Studies 18 3: African Arts 22 3: Swahili Culture and the Shungwaya Phenomenon. Allen, James de Vere, and Thomas H. Art and Archaeology Research Papers. Tanganyika Notes and Records My thesis tests this model using a method of stone artefact analysis dependent on all elements of an assemblage, particularly flakes and cores to document human movement.
Saïs. The removal of material to form a m 2 pit revealed deeply buried Neolithic deposits at Saïs with extensive faunal remains, pottery and stone artefacts. The site is located adjacent to a palaeoriver channel in the Nile Delta, and this is reflected in the nature of the material that accumulated.
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The text has been entered using double-keying and verified against the original. The studies in this thesis focus on the molecular mechanisms through which environmental information can affect changes in phenotype in an African cichlid fish, Astatotilapia burtoni.
This species is particularly useful for this study, as adult male burtoni assume one of two distinct, reversible, behavioral and physiological phenotypes.