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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Chinua Achebe and Igbo language: the message from Aka Weta2019 Journal des africanistes 89 (1): 116-34
  • Françoise Ugochukwu
H6/KY [SOCIETE-]English summary
Stemming the tide of centrifugal forces in Igbo orthography2007 Dialectical anthropology 31 (4): 423-36
  • Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092
The wilderness and its ordeals in Igbo cosmogony (Nigeria)2002 L'Homme 163: 157-72
  • Françoise Ugochukwu
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216English summary
Literature in Nigerian languages; the goals and the path to their realization2002 Nigerian heritage 11: 95-101
  • Christopher Chinweuba Ekwealor
English language in culture and society in Nigeria2002 Borno Museum Society newsletter (50/51/52/53): 79-97
  • Musa Idris Okpanachi
French Catholic missions and the development of Igbo studies in eastern Nigeria, 1885-19302000 Cahiers d'études africaines 159: 467-88
  • Francoise Ugochukwu
0008-0055English summary
Move-α in Igbo multiple wh-construction as a violation of superiority condition and (non-)complement asymmetry2000 Afrika und Übersee 83 (1): 47-63
  • Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele
Anthropolinguistic evidence of the evolution of Chi names in Igbo1999 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) 58: 383-95
  • M. C. Ọnṭkawa
The semantics of female devaluation in Igbo proverbs1998 African study monographs 19 (2): 87-102
  • Obododimma Oha
Kwe-names and the complementary dual concepts in Igbo1998 Anthropos (St Augustin) 93 (1/3): 202-9
  • M. C. Ọnṭkawa
Creating [Union Ibo]: missionaries and the Igbo language1997 Africa 67 (2): 273-95
  • Dmitri van den Bersselaar
French summary
Features, gestures, and Igbo vowels: an approach to the phonology-phonetics interface1997 Language 73 (2): 227-74
  • Elizabeth C. Zsiga
Negation in Igbo: some semantics negative morphemes1995 African notes 19 (1/2): 99-105
  • Georgina O. Maduagwu
An ethnographic analysis of Igbo greetings1993 African languages and cultures 6 (1): 37-48
  • O G Nwoye