An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet 

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"Vampires"--Africa

 

Luise White, Speaking with Vampires: Rumor and History in Colonial Africa U. California Press, 2000, full-text: http://www-ucpress.berkeley.edu:3030/dynaweb/public/books/africa/white
 
 

Vansina, Jan, 

 

Vansina, Jan, Living with Africa. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994   Reviewed by Kenneth Wilburn http://h-net2.msu.edu/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=30416851284406

Vansina, Jan,   'Historians, Are Archeologists Your Siblings?' http://h-net2.msu.edu/~africa/africaforum/index.html#Vansina
see also the reply: SIBLING RIVALRY? THE INTERSECTION OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY by Peter Robertsha http://h-net2.msu.edu/~africa/africaforum/Robertshaw.html
 
 

Venda (African people)--Culture

 

Venda Girls Initiation Schools by John Blacking (1998) "Between May 1956 and December 1958, John Blacking lived amongst the Venda of the Sibasa district of the Northern Transvaal. During this period he documented the three phases of initiation for Venda girls." http://www.era.anthropology.ac.uk/

 

 

Violence

 

Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation http://www.wits.ac.za/csvr/
 

Virtual Learning Communities--Africa

 

'Creating Virtual Learning Communities in Africa: Challenges and Prospects ' by Osei Darkwa and Fikile Mazibuko  http://firstmonday.org/issues/issue5_5/darkwa/
 
 

Virtual Zimbabwe  http://www.mediazw.com/index.shtml
 
 

'VIRTUALITY AS A KEY CONCEPT IN THE STUDY OF GLOBALISATION: aspects of the symbolic transformation of contemporary Africa' by Wim van Binsbergen (2 edition 1999) http://home.soneraplaza.nl/mw/prive/vabin/gen3/virtuality%20map/virt0.htm
 
 

The Visual History Explorer: apartheid and the liberation struggle in South Africa (April, 2011) www.visualhistoryexplorer.com 


Vodoun

 

West African Dahomean Vodoun http://www.mamiwata.com/index.html
 
 

VOICES: The Wisconsin Review of African Literatures a forum for exploring issues of written and oral artistic production in Africa and the Diaspora  http://african.lss.wisc.edu/all/voices.htm
 

 

 

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