An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet

Part N-R1 

Na--Nigeria

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Naicker, M.P., THE AFRICAN MINERS' STRIKE OF 1946 in "Notes and Documents", No. 21/76, September 1976 http://www.anc.org.za/ancdocs/history/misc/miners.html
 
 

Naijanet (Nigerian mailing list)  naijanet@athena.mit.edu

 
Euro-Naija is for Nigerians in Europe and Friends of Nigeria 
euro-naija-request@nic.funet.fi
Naija-News@welby.med.harvard.edu

Naijeduc. (Moderated list on higher education in Nigeria)  Naijeduc-l@usq.edu.au
 
 


Namaskar-Africana-L (discussion list devoted to "The Indian Diaspora in Africa" focusing on Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. To subscribe, send mail to LISTSERV@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM with message SUBSCRIBE NAMASKAR-AFRICANA-L http://home.ease.lsoft.com/archives/namaskar-africana-l.html
 
 

 

Namibia

 

[general links]

 

Namibia (on Africa South of the Sahara by Karen Fung, Standford)
http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/namibia.html

 

"Namibia" (Norway) http://afrika.no/index/Countries/Namibia/index.html

 

"Namibia Page" (University of Pennsyvlania) http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Country_Specific/Namibia.html


Namibia--Agriculture

 

Agra "an agricultural Co-operative and one of the main forces in the farming and agricultural sectors in Namibia." http://www.agra.com.na/

Namibia Agricultural Union Includes newsletter for members.http://www.agrinamibia.com.na/

 

Namibia--Archives.

 

[site not working] National Archives of Namibia  Email: jochen@natarch.mec.gov.na

 

Namibia--Bibliography

 

NAMLIT Namibian bibliographical database (University of Namibia, Windhoek): http://www.nln.gov.na/databases.html

 

Namibia--Churches

 

Catholic Church in Namibia Includes Stats by Diocese Stats by Province. http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/country/na.html

Evangelische Stadtmission Windhoek "Hier in Windhoek ist die Stadtmission eine eigenständige evangelische Gemeinde." http://www.stadtmission.co.za/windhoek/


Reformed Church in Walvis Bay http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Bluffs/7361/reformed.htm

 

Namibia - Constitution

 

Namibia - Constitution http://www.oefre.unibe.ch/law/icl/wa00t___.html

 

Namibia Development Gateway "World Bank funded initiative and is part of their global Country Development Gateway programme designed to promote local country based development initiatives.” http://old.developmentgateway.org/node/322851/interpage/index?iso=na

Namibia--Economy

 

NEPRU "The Namibian Economic Policy Research unit (NEPRU), set up in 1990, is the leading independent institute for economic research in Namibia". Includes Background Research, Information Resources: NEPRU Publications (full-text PDF publications). http://www.nepru.org.na/

 

Annual Reports http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=130

Books http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=50

Includes full-text books. examples:

Monitoring Regional Integration in Southern Africa Yearbook vol. 1-5 (2001-5)

Namibia Economic Review and Prospects (1998-2001--CEASED) http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=124
Namibian Business Climate Survey http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=125

Research Reports http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=126

Occasional Papers http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=129

NEPRU Policy Briefs http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=51

NEPRU Viewpoints / Quarterly Economic Reviews (full-text 1998-) http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=52

Working Papers (full-text 1992-) http://www.nepru.org.na/index.php?id=127

 

Namibia Economist magazine. Includes back issues 2001-3. http://www.economist.com.na/

 

Rossing Uranium Company http://www.rossing.com/index.html

 

Namibia--Education

 

National Institute for Educational Development Includes full-text publications (such as The Namibian ICT Policy for Education The Language Policy for schools in Namibia (Discussion Document January 2003) http://www.nied.edu.na/


University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN) http://www.tucsin.org/

 

Namibia--Elections, 1999

 

(articles, lists of candidates, results, party manifestos, etc. from The Namibian newspaper) http://www.namibian.com.na/Focus/Elections/index.htm

Namibia--Environment

 

Deseart Research Foundation of Namibia "a centre for arid land studies that conducts and facilitates appropriate, participatory and applied short- and long term research on the environment. It is an independent, non-governmental organisation dedicated to sustainable use of Namibia's environment" Includes list of publications. http://www.drfn.org.na/

Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC) – "a Namibian NGO and Trust, which seeks to link conversation and the sustainable use of wildlife and other natural resources to the social and economic development of rural communities in Namibia. It operates as a field-based project-implementing agency in the Kunene and Caprivi regions" http://www.irdnc.org.na/

Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) http://www.nnf.org.na

Namibia--Ethnography

 

'Interface Between Hereros and San of Namibia: The Ignored Reality' by Kaitira Kandjii 1996, Masters thesis in cultural and media studies, University of Natal, Durban [full-text]  http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/articles/ovakuru.htm

 

Namibia Geological Survey

 

Namibia--Government

 

Republic of Namibia Government's official home page http://www.grnnet.gov.na/ or http://www.mec.gov.na/

Namibia Geological Survey http://www.mme.gov.na/gsn/

NamPort (Port Authority)

President http://www.mec.gov.na/Government/Our_President/President_CV.htm

Namibia--History

 

Andersson, Charles John, 1827-1867. Notes of travel in south-western Africa. New York, Putnam's, 1875.318 p. Making of America (University of Michigan) name.umdl.umich.edu/AAW1036

'APOTHEOSIS OF INDIRECT RULE: HAHN’S LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE KAOKO, 1943 'Patricia Hayes http://www.uwc.ac.za/arts/english/LAMP/hayes.html
 

"History of Namibia" (World History Archives)
http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/37/index-b.html

Namibian History Trust: includes links to the History Department of the University of Namibia, History Society at the University of Namibia, an expanding database of information and images of significant figures from Namibian histor, and a database of local historians. 
http://stage.iafrica.com.na/nht/

Nordic Documentation on the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa. A search under "Namibia" reveals, as of June 2007, some 106 full-text interviews and documents on the Namibian liberation movement. http://www.liberationafrica.se/
 

Remembering 1904 / Goethe-Zentrum Windhoek http://www.goethe.de/1904/

 

Wilcox, S S : The South West Africa People's Organisation 1961- 1991: a guide to archival resources and special collections in the Western Cape, South Africa. http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/libpubs/oepubs/oep01.pdf
 

 

Namibia--Human Rights

 

Namibian Human Rights On-line Journal (Windhoek) http://www.hrdc.unam.na/journal/

 

Namibia Institute for Democracy Includes full-text publications. http://www.nid.org.na/

Namibia--Legal Aid

 

The Legal Assistance Centre (LAC)" is a public interest law centre that is committed to creating a human rights culture and promoting access to justice in Namibia. The LAC focus primarily on constitutional and human rights cases that we anticipate will have a broader impact on the Namibian society. Apart from general human rights cases, the LAC also deal with cases involving discrimination against people living with HIV and Aids and cases involving land and housing disputes." http://www.lac.org.na/

 

Namibia--Languages

 

Languages of Namibia (Ethnologue) http://www.ethnologue.com/show_country.asp?name=Namibia

 

Namibia-- Libraries

National Library of Namibia Includes online catalog http://www.nln.gov.na/

Polytechnic of Namibia Library http://www.polytechnic.edu.na/library/library.php

University of Namibia. Library. http://www.unam.na/library/library.html

 

Namibia--Media

 

Namibian Broadcasting Corporation http://www.nbc.com.na/index.php

Radio Kudu (live) http://www.radiokudu.com.na/

Radiowave 96.7 fm (live) http://www.radiowave.com.na/


Namibia--Newspapers 
 

Namibia Economist (Windhoek) http://www.economist.com.na/

The Namibian, major independent Windhoek newspaper http://www.namibian.com.na/
 
 Die Republikein [Afrikaans] http://www.republikein.com.na/

 

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Namibia--NGOs

NEPRU "The Namibian Economic Policy Research unit (NEPRU), set up in 1990, is the leading independent institute for economic research in Namibia". Includes Background Research, Training Information Resources: NEPRU Publications Library Information Technology-based Services etc. http://www.nepru.org.na/
 
The Rossing Foundation http://www.rf.org.na/

Namibia--Political Parties

 

SWAPO [not currently working]

Archives: Swapo Party Archive & Research Centre http://www.liberationafrica.se/about_us/partners/sparc/

 

Wilcox, S S : The South West Africa People's Organisation 1961- 1991: a guide to archival resources and special collections in the Western Cape, South Africa. http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/libpubs/oepubs/oep01.pdf

 

Congress of Democrats, Includes archive. http://www.cod.org.na/
 

Swanu-Workers' Revolutionary Party socialist alliance http://www.namibian.com.na/Focus/Elections/socialist.html
 

[lists of candidates, party manifestos, etc. from 1999 election from The Namibian newspaper] http://www.namibian.com.na/Focus/Elections/index.htm

 

Namibia--Politics

 

Hanns Seidel Foundation - Namibia includes full-text publications on politics and economy of Namibia http://www.hsf.org.na/en/publications.html

 

Namibia Institute for Democracy Includes full-text publications. http://www.nid.org.na/

 

Namibia--Sports

 

Namsports.com (blog) http://www.namsports.com/


Namibia--Statistics

 

"At a glance: Namibia" (UNICEF). Includes: Basic Indicators | Nutrition | Health | Education | Demographic indicators | Economic indicators | Women | HIV/AIDS and Malaria | The rate of progress http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/namibia_statistics.html

 

Namibia--Universites

 

University of Namibia http://www.unam.na/
 
 

Namibia--Women

 

Women's Organisations Namibia (updated to 2006) http://www.namibweb.com/wo.htm

 

The Namibian A major Namibian newspaper. http://www.namibian.com.na/

 

Namnet is a discussion group on Namibia: namnet-request@lisse.na
 

 

 

Natal Witness newspaper http://www.witness.co.za/witness.htm
 
 

Nation Newspapers Group, Nairobi 
http://www.africaonline.co.ke/AfricaOnline/nationpapers.html
 
 

National Coordination Program for African Languages (NCPAL) resource website, Michigan State University, on African languages to facilitate learning and teaching of these languages.


National Digital Imaging Project of South Africa: http://khozi.und.ac.za/disa/
 
 

National English Literary Museum (NELM): www.rhodes.ac.za/nelm
 a comprehensive collection of South African literature in English, including comprehensive collections of scholarly books and articles, press-clippings, photographs, interviews and biographical works


National Information Services Corporation (NISC)  CD-ROM s on Africa http://www.nisc.com/
   

National Summit on Africa: to raising the profile of African countries in the United States http://www.africasummit.org see also:  Michigan Summit on Africa http://www.isp.msu.edu/AfricanStudies/Summit/TOC_mi.htm
 
 

National Union of Mineworkers (South Africa)  http://www.anc.org.za/num/
 
 

Nationalism, Afrikaner--South Africa 

 

"THINKING THEORETICALLY? Afrikaner nationalism and the comparative theory of the politics of identity. A tribute to Harold Wolpe"by Dan O'Meara  paper  to Inaugural Conference of Harold Wolpe Memorial Trust, The Political Economy of Social Change in South Africa University of the Western Cape1-2 April, 1997 http://www.uct.ac.za/misc/wolpe/meara.htm

 

Nationalism--Southern Africa 

 

"Alliance Strengthened or Diminished? Relationships between Labor & African Nationalist/Liberation Movements in Southern Africa" a conference paper by Peter Limb, 1992 http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/37/069.html#TOC

 

"The National Question in Post-'94 South Africa" - A Discussion Paper in Preparation for the 50th National Conference of the ANC by Z. Pallo Jordan, August 1997 http://www.anc.org.za/ancdocs/discussion/natquestion.html

 

Nazareth Baptist Church--South Africa--History

 

'Whose Nazareth Baptist Church?: Prophecy, Power, and Schism in South Africa' byJoel E. Tishken History Department Columbus State University Columbus, Georgia, 2003 paper to SERSAS conference.

NELM (National English Literary Museum): www.rhodes.ac.za/nelm
a comprehensive collection of South African literature in English, including comprehensive collections of scholarly books and articles, press-clippings, photographs, interviews and biographical works

 

NEPAD New Economic Partnership for Africa's Development

NEPRU "The Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit (NEPRU), set up in 1990, is the leading independent institute for economic research in Namibia". Includes Background Research, Training Information Resources: NEPRU Publications Library Information Technology-based Services etc. http://www.nepru.org.na/

 

Netherlands Association for African Studies (NASA). Africanists in the Netherlands homepage: electronic database containing over 300 Africanists and institutes in the Netherlands http://www.nuffic.nl/africanists/
 
 

Network of Partners involved in African Medias "A network of partners of African media, forexchanging ideas and information on activities supporting the press in Africa" http://www.gret.org/mediapartner/en
 
 

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New African magazine (London) http://dialspace.dial.pipex.com/town/terrace/lf41/
 
 

New Congo Net: human rights and democracy web site (formerly "Zairewatch")  http://www.marekinc.com/Zairewatch.html
 
 

NEPAD New Economic Partnership for Africa's Development

New Nation (newspaper, South Africa)--History
 
 

 

'Corporate monopoly in the South African print media: Implications for the alternative press with particular reference to New Nation by Bhekizulu Mpofu, 1996 MA dissertation, Centre for Cultural and Media Studies, University of Natal
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/articles/mpofu.htm
 
 

'New Nation: Unmasking Tradition, Family, Property's media maneuver', by: Keyan G Tomaselli, Ruth E Teer-Tomaselli, Ansuya Chetty and P Eric Louw. Commissioned by: New Nation. University of Natal  1988 
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/articles/tfp.htm

 

News and newspapers--Africa (see also under names of individual countries and newspapers) 

 

Africa Information Afrique (AIA) AIA news covers Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, SADC, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe:  http://csf.colorado.edu/ipe/africa.html
 

Africa News Now http://www.africanewsnow.com/

afrol News is a news agency, established in 2000, THAT coverS the African continent, both in English and in Spanish.

allAfrica.com comprehensive coverage of African news

ANB-BIA - Av. Ch. Woeste 184 - Brussels, Belgium paco@innet.be

KIOSKEN has links to news media all over the world, mainly to newspapers in the countries' own language(s). The links are validated regularly.http://www.esperanto.se/kiosk/engindex.html
 
Nation Newspapers Group Nairobi 
http://www.africaonline.co.ke/AfricaOnline/nationpapers.html
Both the Daily Nation and the weekly East African have some of their stories on line.

NEWS - Africa  http://newo.com:80/news/africa.html

 

[short list of newspapers and news sites: for fuller list see under each country:

Accra Mail (Accra) http://www.accra-mail.com/

Addis Fortune (Addis Ababa) http://www.addisfortune.com/

Addis Tribune (Addis Ababa) http://www.addistribune.com/

AfricaFocus (Washington, DC) http://www.africafocus.org/

African Soccer Magazine (London) http://www.sportscheduler.co.sz/afsocmag/

African Woman and Child Feature Service (Nairobi) http://www.awcfs.org

Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique (Maputo) http://www.sortmoz.com/aimnews

Altervision (Abidjan) http://www.altervision.org/

The Analyst (Monrovia) http://www.analystliberia.com/

Angola Press Agency (Luanda) http://www.angolapress-angop.ao/

L'Avenir (Kinshasa) http://www.groupelavenir.com/

Business Day (Johannesburg) http://www.bday.co.za/

Business Times (Dar es Salaam) http://www.bcstimes.com/btimes/index.shtml

Cairo Press Review (Cairo, Egypt) http://www.sis.gov.eg/pressrev/html/frame.htm

Cameroon Tribune (Yaoundé) http://www.cameroon-tribune.net

Cape Argus (Cape Town) http://www.capeargus.co.za

Daily Champion (Lagos) http://www.champion-newspapers.com/

The Daily News (Harare) http://www.daily-news.co.za/

The Daily Observer (Banjul) http://www.qanet.gm/Observer/observer.html

Daily Trust (Abuja) http://www.mtrustonline.com/dailytrust/

The East African (Nairobi) http://www.nationmedia.com/eastafrican/current/index.html

The East African Standard (Nairobi) http://www.eastandard.net/

L'Eveil (Kinshasa) http://www.eveil.info

Expo Times (Freetown) http://www.expotimes.net/

L'Express (Port Louis): http://www.lexpress.mu

Fahamu (Oxford) http://www.fahamu.org/

Financial Gazette (Harare) http://www.fingaz.co.zw/

Fraternité (Cotonou) http://www.fraternite.info/

Fraternité Matin (Abidjan) http://www.fratmat.co.ci/

GetLocalNe.ws http://getlocalne.ws/world/africa

Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra) http://www.ghanaian-chronicle.com/

The Guardian (Lagos) http://www.ngrguardiannews.com/

Guinéenews (Toronto) http://www.boubah.com/

The Herald (Harare) http://www.zimbabweherald.com/

The Independent (Accra): http://www.africaonline.com.gh/independent/

The Independent (Banjul) http://www.qanet.gm/Independent/independent.html

Inter Press Service (Johannesburg) http://www.ipsnews.net/africa/

Internews (Arusha) http://www.internews.org/PROJECTS/ICTRnews.html

Le Jour (Abidjan) http://www.lejourplus.com/

Le Journal du Jeudi (Ouagadougou) http://www.journaldujeudi.com/

Libération (Casablanca) http://www.liberation.press.ma/

Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg) http://www.mg.co.za/

Le Marabout (Ouagadougou) http://www.marabout.net/

Le Messager (Douala) http://www.lemessager.net/

Midi Madagasikara (Antananarivo) http://www.midi-madagasikara.mg/

Mmegi=The Reporter (Gaborone) http://www.mmegi.bw/

The Monitor (Kampala): http://www.monitor.co.ug/

Mopheme/The Survivor (Maseru) http://www.lesoff.co.za/

The Namibian (Windhoek) http://www.namibian.com.na/

The Nation (Nairobi http://www.nationmedia.com/dailynation/

New Era (Windhoek): http://www.newera.com.na/

New Vision (Kampala) http://www.newvision.co.ug/

Notre Voie (Abidjan) http://www.notrevoie.com/

L'Observateur Paalga (Ouagadougou) http://www.lobservateur.bf/

Panafrican News Agency (Dakar) http://www.panapress.com/

Le Patriote (Abidjan) http://lepatriote.net/

Le Pays (Ouagadougou) http://www.lepays.bf/

Le Phare (Kinshasa): http://www.le-phare.com/

The Point (Banjul) http://www.qanet.gm/point/

The Post (Buea) http://www.postnewsline.com/

The Post (Lusaka) http://www.zamnet.zm/zamnet/post/

The Post Express (Lagos) http://www.postexpresswired.com/

La Presse (Tunis) http://www.lapresse.tn

Le Quotidien Mutations (Yaoundé) http://www.quotidienmutations.net

The Republican (Hargeisa) http://www.jamhuuriya.info/

SABCnews.com (Johannesburg) http://www.sabcnews.com/

San Finna (Ouagadougou) http://www.sanfinna.com/

Sidwaya (Ouagadougou) http://www.sidwaya.bf/

Le Soleil (Dakar) http://www.lesoleil.sn/

South African Press Association (Johannesburg) http://www.sapa.org.za/

SouthScan (London)A bulletin of Southern African Affairs http://www.gn.apc.org/southscan/

The Sowetan (Johannesburg) http://www.sowetan.co.za/

Sud Quotidien (Dakar) http://www.sudonline.sn/

Sunday Times (Johannesburg) http://www.sundaytimes.co.za

This Day (Lagos) http://www.thisdayonline.com/

The Times of Zambia http://www.times.co.zm/

La Tribune (Algiers) http://www.latribune-online.com/

Tunisia Online (Tunis) Tunisia Information Service http://www.tunisiaonline.com/

UN Integrated Regional Information Networks (Nairobi) http://www.irinnews.org/

Vanguard (Lagos) http://www.vanguardngr.com/

Visafric (Toronto) Eritrean news: http://www.visafric.com/news.htm

WOZA (Johannesburg) http://www.woza.co.za/

Wal Fadjri (Dakar) http://www.walf.sn/

Weekly Trust (Kaduna): http://www.weeklytrust.com/

Zimbabwe Independent (Harare) http://www.theindependent.co.zw/

Zimbabwe Standard (Harare) http://www.thestandard.co.zw/


 

Newspapers, African--Catalogs. 
 

 

AFRICAN NEWSPAPERS CURRENTLY RECEIVED BY AMERICAN LIBRARIES compiled by Mette Shayne 

latest version: (revised Summer 1999) http://wwwcrl.uchicago.edu/info/afrcurr1.htm

1995 version: 
http://www.library.nwu.edu/africana/resources/crlnews.html

 
Newspapers from Africa Online are at: 
http://www.users.interport.net/~akreye/Links.Africa.html
 
 

Washington Post--Africa page http://washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/inatl/africa.htm

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News groups-- see under Discussion Lists
 
 

Ngugi wa Thiong'o

 

[extracts] http://ultrix.ramapo.edu/global/thiongo.html

[brief biography] http://www.emory.edu/ENGLISH/Bahri/Ngugi.html

 

Niger

 

Niger--Agriculture

 

Atlas of Natural and Agronomic Resources of Niger and Benin (edited by Dr. L. Herrmann & K. Vennemann, Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation University of Hohenheim; part of Adapted Farming in West Africa project). English and French. Lots of data and maps on land use, population, climate, soils, and a Benin language map. Users can download data.

Niger--Anthropology  http://www.orstom.fr/bani/presentation.html
 
 

Niger--Atlases

 

Atlas of Natural and Agronomic Resources of Niger and Benin (edited by Dr. L. Herrmann & K. Vennemann, Institute of Soil Science and Land Evaluation University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart; part of the Adapted Farming in West Africa project) English and French. Lots of data and maps on land use, population, climate, soils, and a Benin language map. Users can download data.

Niger Human Rights Watch http://www.txdirect.net/users/jmayer/human.html
 
 

Niger--Links 

 

Focus on Niger http://www.txdirect.net/users/jmayer/fon.html

Internautes du Ténéré http://www.mygale.org/04/niger/

University of Pennsylvania page  http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/Country_Specific/Niger.html

Niger-Net is an e-mail network of people who have lived in Niger.  http://www.txdirect.net/users/jmayer/nnform.html or email to soloninka.1@osu.edu 
 
 

Niger--News and Newspapers 

 

Camel Express Télématique "a weekly independent online newspaper. The name "Camel Express" then returned to the Friends of Niger for their exclusive use. In December, 1998, the journal was renamed "Kakaki."  http://users.idworld.net/jmayer/kakaki/

Kakaki. http://users.idworld.net/jmayer/kakaki/
 

Le Républicain : presse hebdomadaire d'information nigérienne http://www.intnet.ne/

LE NIGER SUR LE WEB: 'Focus on Niger' http://www.intnet.ne/
 
 

Niger--Telecommunication

 

La Société Nigérienne des Télécommunications http://www.intnet.ne/

Niger-Women 

 

"Advancing the Position of Women in Nigerien Political Life," by Robert Charlick and Hadiza Ousseini, December, 1996 http://www.csuohio.edu/polisci/nigerwom.htm

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Niger River--Photographs http://www.dogon-lobi.ch
 
 

Nigeria

 

Nigeria--Archaeology

 

Sungbo's Eredo: Earthworks from an African Kingdom:
http://www.discoveringarchaeology.com/webex/webex4-nigeria.shtml
http://www.africana.com/index_20000119.htm

Nigeria--Archives (Enugu Branch)

 

GUIDES, INDICES & FINDING AIDS by U.O.A. Esse, Chief Archivist http://www2.rz.hu-berlin.de/inside/orient/nae

 

Nigeria: a country study [full text] (Library of Congress, 1991) Edited by Helen Chapin Metz http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/ngtoc.html

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Nigeria--Diaspora

 

SHADD Studies in the History of the African Diaspora – Documents
Editors: Thabit Abdullah, José C. Curto, Paul E. Lovejoy, Renée Soulodre-La France, David Trotman "a publication of the York/UNESCO Nigerian Hinterland Project, Department of History, York University.

 

Nigeria--Discussion lists: 

 

Naijanet is a Nigerian mailing list: subscribe to 
naijanet@athena.mit.edu


Euro-Naija is for Nigerians in Europe and Friends of Nigeria 
euro-naija-request@nic.funet.fi
Naija-News@welby.med.harvard.edu

Naijeduc.Moderated list on higher education in Nigeria 
Naijeduc-l@usq.edu.au
 
 

Nigeria--Economic History

 

Descriptive Index to Records Relating to the Economic History of Nigeria 1900-1965 (1993) (ECONHIST) http://www2.hu-berlin.de/inside/orient/nae/

 

Nigeria--Elections


Nigeria: Election 2003 (Stanford University Library--Karen Fung's comprehensive list of sites)

 

Nigeria--Environmental laws  http://www.law.pace.edu/env/nigerian.html
 
 

Nigeria--Health

 

Action Health Incorporated Nigerian non-governmental organisation on health of adolescents. Includes summaries and some full text publications. http://www.actionhealthinc.org

 

Nigeria--History

 

Rosemary Harris, The Political Organization of the Mbembe, Nigeria (HMSO, 1965) full-text http://www.era.anthropology.ac.uk/Harris/


Kolapo, Femi James, "Post Abolition Niger River Commerce and the Nineteenth-Century Igala Pollitical Crisis," in African Economic History, 27 (1999), 45-67 full-text.

Kolapo, Femi James, "The 1858-1859 Gbebe Journal of CMS Missionary James Thomas," History in Africa. A Journal of Method, vol. 27, 2000, pp. 159-192. full-text.

SHADD Studies in the History of the African Diaspora – Documents (Editors: Thabit Abdullah, José C. Curto, Paul E. Lovejoy, Renée Soulodre-La France, David Trotman).A publication of the York/UNESCO Nigerian Hinterland Project, Department of History, York University. "SHADD publishes manuscripts in Arabic, French, Portuguese, English, Spanish and other languages relevant to the history of the African diaspora.: Includes:

1 `Abd al-Rahman al-Baghdadi, Tasliyat al-gharib (The Foreigner’s Amusement by Wonderful Things) (1865), translated by Yacine Daddi Addoun, with Renée Soulodre-La France (View document )

2 Documents of the French Slave Trade on West Africa, including “Mémoire sur les negres esclaves” [1716]; “Mémoire du commerce du Calbar” [1762] (ADLA C 736, Chambre du Commerce de Nantes) (View document ); “Extrait de mémoire donné par Mr. Lepinay en septembre 1762” (ADLA C 738 folio 76); Archives Nationales, Nantes; transcription by Renée Soulodre-La France.

3 Muhammad Kaba Saghanughu, Kitab al-Sarat, Arabic text from Jamaica wrongly attributed to be fragments of the Qur'an, c. 1824; Baptist Missionary Society, Oxford (View manuscript )

4 The Slave Laws of Colonial Nigeria:
1. The Native House Rule Ordinance of Southern Nigeria (1901);
2. Paul Lovejoy and Jan Hogendorn,
"The Slavery Question in Colonial Northern Nigeria, 1900-1906";
3. Frederick Lugard, Memorandum No. 6 (1905, revised 1906);
4. Frederick Lugard, Memorandum No. 22 (1906).

5 al-Timbuktawi ms, in Arabic, from Tunis, c. 1813, translated by Ismael Musah Montana

6 Timbuktu slavery documents, 19th century (Hunwick Collection), translated by Yacine Daddi Addoun

7 Documents on Slavery and the Slave Trade, Nigerian National Archives, Enugu; inventory by Paul Lovejoy and Carolyn Brown*

8 Texts of Ocha , 61 volumes; introduction by Henry Lovejoy Ifa and Santeria, Regla, Cuba

9 Slavery in Nueva Granada; selection of archival documents on slavery, Archivo de la Nación, Colombia, Sección Colonia, Negros y Esclavos; inventory of materials by Renée Soulodre-La France*

10 Mahi-Mina texts from 18th century Rio de Janeiro; Biblioteca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro; introduced by Mariza de Carvalho Soares* (View document )

11 Robin Law (ed.), Documents on the History of the Oyo Empire; texts relevant to the history of Oyo, drawing on published documents and translations of non-English texts (previously published, Department of History, University of Ibadan)

[12-19 not yet accessible]
12 Hugh Clapperton, Second Expedition into the Interior of Africa (1826-27), unpublished text and remark books, transcribed, edited, and annotated by James Bruce Lockhart, Paul Lovejoy, Femi Kolapo, Olatunji Ojo, and Ibrahim Hamza

13 William Balfour Baikie, Reports on the Niger Valley and the Central Sudan (1850s), edited materials from the Public Record Office; inventory and introduction by Femi Kolapo and Paul Lovejoy

14 Rudolph Prietze, Hausa and Kanuri texts from Tripoli, c. 1900, previously published in Mitteilungen des Seminars für Orientalische Sprachen; edited by Paul Lovejoy

15 Reports and Documents on Trinidad Muslims in the 19th Century; records from the Public Record Office; inventory and introduction by David Trotman and Paul Lovejoy

16 Underground Railroad Reports on Canada West (Ontario), documents from the Ontario Provincial Archives; ntroduced by Paul Lovejoy, Owen Thomas, and Karolyn Smardz

17 Malés texts from Bahia, Arabic documents, c. 1835, introduced by Ibrahim Hamza and João Reis

18 Documents from the Archives of A.O.F.; inventory of holdings, K Series, Slavery

19 Slavery Documents, Nigerian National Archives, Kaduna; introduction and inventory by Paul Lovejoy*

Sungbo's Eredo: Earthworks from an African Kingdom:
http://www.discoveringarchaeology.com/webex/webex4-nigeria.shtml
http://www.africana.com/index_20000119.htm
 
 

'A Wall, a Moat, Behold! A Lost Yoruba Kingdom'
By NORIMITSU ONISHI http://www.naijamall.com/../News/Ngr/Fpress/lostYourbaKingdon.html
 
 

Nigeria--History--Bibliography 

 

Colonial Nigeria: Selected Bibliography http://landow.stg.brown.edu/post/nigeria/histbibl.html
 

Nigeria--History--Sources

 

http://www2.hu-berlin.de/inside/orient/nae/

 

Nigeria--History, Military

 

DESCRIPTIVE INDEX to RECORDS RELATING to the MILITARY HISTORY OF NIGERIA compiled by U.O.A. ESSE (NATIONAL ARCHIVES of NIGERIA ENUGU 1993) http://www2.hu-berlin.de/inside/orient/nae/milihist.htm
 

Nigeria--History--Western Niger Delta

 

URHOBO WAADO: A Web Site of 
Urhobo Historical Society http://www.waado.org/Contents.html
 

Nigeria--Human Rights

 

"The Price of Oil: Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights Violations in Nigeria's Oil Producing Communities" http://www.hrw.org/reports/1999/nigeria/index.htm


Nigeria--Labor

 

Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) http://www.nlcng.org/

 

Nigeria --Libraries. National Library of Nigeria Abuja, http://www.nlbn.org/
 
 

Nigeria--Links 

 

[Stanford Libraries by Karen Fung]
http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/nigeria.html
 
 

Reuben Abati page http://www.kilima.com/abati/index.html
 
 

Yahoo! Nigeria http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Nigeria/

Nigeria Masterweb [includes quite extensive web guide] http://www.nigeriamasterweb.com/nmasterweb.html


Nigeria--Media

 

http://www.internews.org/nigeria

'Television Drama in Hausaland: The Search for a New Aesthetic and a New Ethic' by Louise M. Bourgault, 1996 in Critical Arts 10(1) & chapter 5 of Mass Media in Sub-Saharan Africa by Louise Bourgault ( Indiana U. Press, 1995) 
http://www.und.ac.za/und/ccms/articles/bourgaul.htm

Nigeria --National Library. National Library of Nigeria Abuja,  http://www.nlbn.org/
 
 

Nigeria--News and Newspapers 

 

Abuja Mirror (Abuja) http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~n.today/mirror.htm

AllAfrica.com - Nigeria News http://allafrica.com/nigeria/

Business Day http://www.businessdayonline.com/


Champion (Lagos) http://www.champion-newspapers.com/

The Comet (English, Lagos; Daily) http://www.cometnews.com.ng/

Daily Champion (Lagos) http://www.champion-newspapers.com/

Daily Independent (Ikeja) http://www.independentng.com/

Daily Sun
(Ikeja) http://www.sunnewsonline.com

Financial Standard
http://www.financialstandardnews.com/

Gamji.com http://www.gamji.com/

The Gleaner
http://www.gleanernewsonline.com/

Google News - Nigeria http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&q=nigeria&btnG=Search+News


Guardian (Lagos)

IndyMedia - Nigeria Independent Media Center [may be slow to connect] http://nigeria.indymedia.org/


International Newspapers Online: Nigeria  a handy link to The Comet, The Guardian, Post Express, This Day and Vanguard

Al Mizan (Zaria [Hausa language]) http://almizan.faithweb.com/

Naija Mall http://www.naijamall.com/

New Age (Lagos) http://www.newage-online.com/

New Nigerian (Kaduna) http://www.gamji.com/NNN.htm

Newswatch [some free stories; chiefly by subscription] http://www.newswatchngr.com/

NigeriaCentral    (Chido Nwangwu) http://NigeriaCentral.com

Nigeria Masterweb [includes quite extensive web guide] http://www.nigeriamasterweb.com/nmasterweb.html

has links to the following Nigerian newspapers:

Daily Trust
Thisday
Guardian
Vanguard
Tribune
Independent
BusinessDAY
The Sun-Tabloid
New Age
Weekly Trust
Daily Times
KickOff-Soccer
New Nigerian
Triumph
Hotline
Comet
Champion
Today
Abuja Mirror
The Anchor
Al Mizan

and these Magazines

Newswatch
Tell
Villa Scope
June 12

Nigeria Media Monitor (weekly digest: Independent Journalism Centre, Lagos) http://www.kilima.com/mediamonitor/

Nigeria News Now (U.S. based) http://nigerianewsnow.com/

Nigeria Nexus . (by Internews) http://www.internews.org/nigeria


Nigerian Tribune (Ibadan) : "taken down temporarily"-- July 2004 http://www.nigerian-tribune.com/

NigeriaWeb - Chuck Odili. http://odili.net/nigeria.htm

Nigeria World (U.S. based) http://www.nigeriaworld.com/

Nigerian News Network http://www.nigerianews.net

Nigerian Telex (Zaria) http://www.gamji.com/telex.htm

Nigerian Tribune (Ibadan) http://www.nigerian-tribune.com/

One World Online - Nigeria  (London). http://193.128.6.150/news/countries/NG.html

Post Express  (Lagos) http://www.postexpresswired.com/

The Punch http://www.punchng.com/

Sunday Times (Lagos) http://www.dailytimesofnigeria.com/SundayTimes/DEFAULT.ASP

Tell Magazine
(Ikeja) (weekly) http://www.tell.org

This Day (Lagos) 

Today (Kaduna) http://www.ndirect.co.uk/~n.today/today.htm NOTE: 2000 issues only.

Vanguard (Lagos) http://www.vanguardngr.com/

Wazobia News Online  http://www.ghotek.com/wazobia/Wazobia.html

WEEKLY TRUST (Kaduna) http://www.weeklytrust.com/

Yahoo - Nigeria News http://headlines.yahoo.com/Full_Coverage/World/Nigeria/

Nigeria Nexus, on Nigerian civil society and media http://www.internews.org/nigeria/
 
 

Nigeria--Politics

 

Bugaje, Usman Muhammad Includes: Conferences & Seminars, On Nigeria Topical Issues Book Reviews A-Z Papers (HTML) A-Z Papers (PDF/Word) (some full-text) http://www.webstar.co.uk/~ubugaje/ includes the followng full-text


Elections (2003)

 

Nigeria: Election 2003 (Stanford University Library--Karen Fung's comprehensive list of sites)

 

Internews http://www.internews.org/nigeria/history/history_frameset.html
 

Kilima--Nigeria page http://www.kilima.com/nigeria/index.html
 

Naija Mall Nigerian Politics http://www.naijamall.com/News/Ngr/Articles/nngrArt01.htmL

NIPOFO, Nigerian Political Forum
http://www.nipofo.com

Reuben Abati page http://www.kilima.com/abati/index.html

Urhobo Historical Society Urhobo Waado (Nigeria/US). Includes full-text historical and contemporary documentns on land rights in Warri City etc. http://www.waado.org/

Nigeria--Scholars

 

Association of Nigerian Scholars http://www.NigerianScholars.AfricanQueen.com/

Nigeria--Western Niger Delta

 

URHOBO WAADO: A Web Site of Urhobo Historical Society http://www.waado.org/Contents.html

 

Nigerian National Archives, Enugu Branch:

GUIDES, INDICES & FINDING AIDS by U.O.A. Esse, Chief Archivist http://www2.rz.hu-berlin.de/inside/orient/nae
 
 

Nigerians--Diaspora

Nigerian Association in South Australia Inc http://expage.com/page/nigeriansaust
nigerian-s-aust@rocketmail.com
 

 

 

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