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OP46 - The African Past and the African Diaspora: Symposium to mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation of Slaves
Taped conference proceedings. Papers presented at the conference were as follows: African Indentured Immigration into Trinidad and Tobago after Emancipation (Maureen Warner-Lewis); New World Slave Experience up to Emancipation ...
OP57 - The Orisha (African Saints) Cult in Trinidad
This demonstration tape features a recording and discussion of the first few minutes of an all night segment of a week-long Orisha feast which included animal sacrifices. The tape, which is representative of the research ...
Pano Kente: estrutura e estética africana
The fractal geometry of nature is seen in organizations and has set handcrafted artifacts, among them African Kente cloth traditionally produced by Ewe and Ashanti of West Africa. Incorporating parameters also classify ...
OP23 - Beddeau, Andrew
Andrew Beddeau, who was bom in 1920, was a popular Orisha priest, African drummer, traditional masquerader and folk performer in a variety of forms.
OP37 - West Indian Lawyer in the Gold Coast: George James
George James Christian was a Dominican lawyer who migrated to the Gold Coast via London in the early twentieth century. He is representative of a group of West Indians who made the return to the motherland in the late ...
Diversity of Mammomonogamus (Nematoda: Syngamidae) in large African herbivores
Four species of Mammomonogamus are known from large African herbivores. A recent study demonstrated that a single Mammomonogamus species was shared by both western lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and African ...
MYTH AND SYMBOLS IN WOLE SOYINKA'S IDANRE
Rapid morphological changes in populations of hybrids between Africanized and European honey bees
(Fundacao de Pesquisas Cientificas de Ribeirao PretoRibeirão Preto, 2013-08-02)
African honey bees, introduced to Brazil in 1956, rapidly dominated the previously introduced European subspecies. To better understand how hybridization between these different types of bees proceeded, we made geometric ...
Afro-Argentine Archaeology: A Case of ShortSighted Academic Racism During the Early Twentieth Century
(California Institute of Pan African Studies, 2014-12)
During the early 1930s an African cemetery was discovered fortuitously at Arroyo de Leyes, a During the early 1930s an African cemetery was discovered fortuitously at Arroyo de Leyes, a free settlement of the former ...