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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
An old Amharic poem from northern Ethiopia: one more text on condemning glory2019 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 82 (2): 315-50
  • Denis Nosnitsin
  • Maria Bulakh
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977X
From Tuareg poetry to Portuguese saudade2017 Cahiers de litterature orale 81: 179-204
  • Dominique Casajus
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]0396-891Xin thematic issue 'Le poète et l’inspiration''; English and Portuguese summaries
On the lengthening of verbal bases in Indo-European in an Afroasiatic perspective2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 243-51
  • Václav Bla┼żek
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The evolution of Arabic(s). Making the idiom speak for the deme2015 International journal of modern anthropology 8: 94-116
  • Mahé Ben Hamed
  • Mélissa Barkat-Defradas
  • Rim Hamdi-Sultan
H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]1737-7374
Après la fête: la sphère privée du chant chez les Amhara d'Ethiopie2015 Cahiers de litterature orale (77-78): 73-91
  • Katell Morand
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]0396-891Xin thematic issue 'Paroles publiques, paroles confidentielles'; English summary
Documentation and description of unheard voices: k'a?annife and d'enke of the Ganjule2014 Journal of African cultural studies 26 (1): 116-25
  • Fitsum Abate
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
Bedouin place names in the eastern desert of Egypt2014 Nomadic peoples (NS) 18 (2): 123-46
  • Joseph J. Hobbs
H6/KF [NOMADIC-]0822-7942in special issue 'Reshaping tribal identities in the contemporary Arab world'
Materials and instruments linked to the Sahrawi food. Cultural, linguistic and semantic elements2014 Revista de dialectología y tradiciones populares 69 (2): 393-412
  • Moulay-Lahssan Baya E.
H6/KVE [REVISTA-]0034-7981English summary
Rock art landscapes besides the Jubbah palaeolake, Saudi Arabia2013 Antiquity 87 (337): 666-83
  • Abdulaziz Al-Omari
  • Abdullah M. Alsharekh
  • Ceri Shipton
  • Rémy Crassard
  • Richard P. Jennings
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Introduction2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 1-3
  • Martin Orwin
  • Ruth Finnegan
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
Poetry in Somali society2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 5-8
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The literary culture of the Somali people2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 9-17
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The nineteenth century documentation of Somali oral literature2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 19-25
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The poem as message: verbatim memorization in Somali poetry2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 27-36
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
Alliteration and scansion in Somali oral poetry and their cultural correlates2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 37-47
  • B.W. #Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The art of the miniature in Somali poetry2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 49-57
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
Is there Arabic influence in Somali petry?2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 59-72
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The rise of written Somali literature2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 73-80
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The role of poetic tradition in the modernisation of the Somali language2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 81-4
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
Modern and traditional aspects of Somali drama2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 85-95
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
The role of poetic inserts in the novel Aqoondarro waa u Nacab Jacayl, by Faarax M.J. Cawl2011 Journal of African cultural studies 23 (1): 97-102
  • B.W. Andrzejewski
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815in monographic issue 'Carried by a mystic wind: B.W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language'; with bibliography in appendix 103-7
Image-making of women in Bura karapu (proverb)2010 Borno Museum Society newsletter (76/77-83/84): 5-10
  • Amos Luka Bwala
H6/KY [BORNO-]1115-0335
From clay to computers: the genesis of the electronic Pennsylvania Sumerian dictionary2008 Expedition 50 (3): 23-9
  • Stephen J. Tinney
H6 [EXPEDITION-]0014-4738
The ancient Egyptians called themselves 'men'? Reflections on a translation problem in the light of comparative data2008 Studia africana (19): 6, 77-82
  • Oum Ndigi
H6/KY [STUDIA-]1130-5703English and Catalan summaries
The king of Egypt upon his chariot, a poem (Ostracon NMS A.1956.319)2008 Cosmos 24: 107-18
  • Bill Manley
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
The Libyco-Berber system of writing semi-consonants and vowels: an examination using the Canary inscriptions2007 Sahara 18: 189-92
  • Werner Pichler
H6/KE [SAHARA-]1120-5679
The Mehri participle: form, function, and evolution2007 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 17 (4): 381-8
  • Aaron D. Rubin
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
Inscriptions libyco-berbères à La Gomera (Îles Canaries): las Toscas del Guirre2006 Sahara 17: 191-6
  • Juan Carlos Hernández Marrero
  • Juan Francisco Navarro Mederos
  • Renata A. Springer Bunk
H6/KE [SAHARA-]1120-5679
Cross-cultural research as a Rosetta Stone for discovering the original homelands of protolanguage groups2006 Cross-cultural research 40 (1): 18-28
  • Carol R. Ember
  • Melvin Ember
  • Peter N. Peregrine
  • Sergei Starostin
H6/KF [BEHAVIOR-]1069-3971in special issue 'Strategies of comparative and cross-cultural research'
Explanation of the pattern of P49a,f TaqiI RFLP Y-chromosome variation in Egypt2005 African archaeological review 22 (2): 61-75
  • S. O. Y. Keita
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338French summary
Carleton Taylor Hodge (27.11.1917-1998)2002 Language 78 (1): 156-60
  • Alan S. Kaye
0097-8507with bibliography
Towards a typology of kinship terms and systems in Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic): 1. West Chadic and modern south Arabian2001 Afrika und Übersee 84 (2): 161-84
  • Dymitr Ibriszimow
  • Victor Porkhomovsky
0002-0427
Guus, aka Sigidi (Chadic, West-B, South-Bauchi): grammatical notes and vocabulary2001 Afrika und Übersee 84: 1-60
  • Bernard Caron
0002-0427
Discovering the Amharic: contrasting Ethiopian languages and histories2001 Cahiers d'études africaines 163/164: 497-515
  • Eloi Ficquet
0008-0055in thematic issue 'Langues déliées'; English summary
Answer to Levin2000 Anthropos. Anthropos Institut, Sankt Augustin 95 (2): 653
  • Marcello Lamberti
0257-9774reply to 'Semitic and Indo-European: the principal etymologies, with observations on Afro-asiatic' by S Levin Anthropos St Augustin 1999 (94) 646-7, with rejoinder by S Levin
Proto-Afro-Asiatic origin of [gum]?2000 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 63 (1): 96-9
  • Ga bor Takács
0041-977X
Ein Meilenstein der komparativen Afroasiatistik? Christopher Ehrets (1995) Rekonstruktion des Proto-Afroasiatischen2000 Afrika und Übersee 83 (1): 115-39
  • H. Ekkehard Wolff
0002-0427review article on Reconstructing proto-Afroasiatic (proto-Afrasian): vowels, tone, consonants, and vocabulary by C Ehret (Univ of Cal Publications in Linguistics 126; Berkeley and Los Angeles, California: Univ of Cal Pr, 1995)
Is there an [Ethiopian language area]?2000 Anthropological linguistics 42 (3): 329-65
  • Mauro Tosco
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
On Indo-European and Egyptoid (fertile-crescent) correspondents of Thracian1999 Thraco-Dacica 20 (1/2): 13-16
  • Adrian Poruciuc
H6/KE [THRACO-]0259-1081
The Afroasiatic language phylum: African in origin, or Asian?1998 Current anthropology 39 (1): 139-44
  • Daniel F. McCall
H6 [CURRENT-]
A précis of Semitic linguistics1998 Journal of the Asiatic Society 40 (3/4): 1-128
  • Pranabesh Sinha compiler Ray
0368-3308
Hamito-Semitic etymological dictionary: materials for a reconstruction [by VE Orel and OV Stolbova (Leiden: Brill, 1995) review article]1996 Anthropological linguistics 38 (3): 550-6
  • Joseph H. Greenberg
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]
Alphabets of the Berbers1978 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 5 (1): 109-12
  • Daniel G. Brinton
H6/KE [EPIGRAPHIC-]