This page carries all website links which are
of interest for the ethnographer of the Northern Mandaras. Any suggestion
to extend this page is very welcome. Please send an E-mail with a brief
explaination of why your proposed new link should be included.
Chad Research Network
A international and multidisciplinary
Sukur Home Page
Developed to introduce Sukur
to the wider world by assembling as much information on its unique society
and rich, self-reliant culture as is available in archives, publications,
and the data collected by Nic David and Judy Sterner.
• The Mandara Margi: A Society Living on the Verge
The text and photographs portray the eastern Margi of Nigeria as James H. Vaughan knew them between 1959 and 1987. The photographs were taken during five periods and, with one exception, were all taken in the villages of Kirngu and Humbili.
• Godula Kosack Website
Publications, movies, and other field materials on the Mafa of Cameroon.
• Borno Studies Homepage
Department of African Studies,
University of Vienna, Austria.
Devoted to the study of all aspects
of culture and environmental sciences in Nigeria, embracing interests
in the fauna and flora, history, archaeology and geology, legends and
customs, arts and crafts, sports and pastimes.
Virtual Institute of Mambila Studies
David Zeitlyn’s ethnographic website.
• Roger Blench Website
Publications, unpublished field materials, images.
German multidisciplinary research
projects in West Africa.
Summer Institute of Linguisitcs (SIL).
and Caucasian Languages
A linguistic website
of Africanist Archaeologists (Safa)
An organization of archaeologists,
researchers from associated disciplines and others who share an interest
in African archaeology and African societies
The gateway to development information
An annotated resource list
Centre d’Etude d’Afrique Noire
Langage, langues et cultures d’Afrique
African policy information Centre
HRAF Collection of Ethnography
Human Relations Area Files, at
KASA Kanuri Studies Association
The main aim of the association is to enhance and support the exchange of knowledge and information from and with Kanuri-speaking people and the academic community.