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African religion and Christianity in dialogue. An appraisal from the African perspective1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 39-56
  • Gbola Aderibigbe
Towards a solution to the preservation of African oral tradition. The Ifè example1999 Africana Marburgensia 31 (1/2): 80-3
  • L. O. Adéwolé
Redressing drought. Rituals of rain-making among the Guruntun and Mupun people in Nigeria1999 Africana Marburgensia 31 (1/2): 20-36
  • Umar H. D. Danfulani
Metanoia. Problems and prospects of new orientations to spirituality and prayer in African traditional religions. A case study of Igbo culture area1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 57-70
  • Anthony Ekfunife
Healing by material means in Jesus' miracles, Pentecostal and Igbe new religious movements among the Urhobo of the Niger delta1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 71-86
  • J. Enuwosa
The gods are to blame: religion, worldview and light ecological footprints in Africa1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 3-27
  • Ogbu U. Kalu
Social justice. The Nigerian experience1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 87-102
  • J. P. C. Nzomiwu
Interaction of Islam and traditional culture. A case study of Osogbo-Yoruba community in Nigeria1999 Africana Marburgensia 31 (1/2): 48-61
  • David O. Ogungbile
Contemporary theories on magic. Magun's disparate characteristics1999 Africana Marburgensia 32 (1/2): 28-38
  • Samuel Idowu Ogunsakin-Fabarebo
A home away from home: the proliferation of Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) in diaspora - Europe1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (2): 3-23
  • Afe Adogame
Taxonomy and classification of divination with emphasis on African divination systems1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (1): 3-23
  • Umar H. D. Danfulani
Sixteen figure divination in Africa: its regional spread and relationship with Arab-Islamic geomancy1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (1): 24-45
  • Umar H. D. Danfulani
Religion in the Yoruba videos, and the project of social reformation in Nigeria1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (2): 59-70
  • O. B. Lawuyi
Between Juju and justice: an examination of extralegal devices in traditional Yoruba society1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (2): 24-38
  • O. B. Olaoba
The status of state governments in Nigeria's feudalism: a study of the changing phases1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (1): 59-74
  • Eghosa E. Osaghae
Functional incantations in Yoruba therapeutic rituals1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (2): 39-58
  • S. A. Owoeye
The role of traditional medicine in primary health care delivery in Nigeria1997 Africana Marburgensia 30 (1): 46-58
  • M. K. O. Padonu
Covenant in the ethical system of the Yoruba1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 3-15
  • S. O. Abogunrin
Igbo traditional religion: a cultural means of cultivating discipline1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 26-39
  • Emmanuel Ifemegbunam Ifesieh
Ibibio cosmogony: an example of a pre-critical philosophical orientation1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 16-25
  • S. Iniobong Udoidem
The nri and right of breaking kola-nuts: resolving the issue of primogeniture among the Igbo in Nigeria1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 56-66
  • Nwankwo T. Nwaezeigwe
The cultural aspects of Yam (Dioscorea spp) among the Igbo of Nigeria1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 67-79
  • Felix N. Nwahaghi
Excitability at worship: a study of joyfulness in African Christianity1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 40-55
  • David O. Olayiwola
Structure and symbolism in traditional system of food production: the Owa experience1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 59-71
  • Osmund A. C. Aingbo
Engungun masquerades as socio-religious manifestation1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 3-13
  • P. S. O. Aremu
Traditional sexual norms of the Anlo Ewe1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 32-45
  • Elom Dovlo
Endangered languages: an example of Chingoni1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 46-58
  • Pascal J. Kishindo
Aspects of healing in Zionist churches in South Africa1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 14-31
  • Reiner Mahlke
Actions as acts of thanking: a social semiotic study of the nonverbal expressions of gratitude in Engwi1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 4-12
  • Yime-Yime K. Katesi
The Holy Spirit in the African independent /indigenous churches as reflected in the literature and an effort at clarification1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 69-81
  • Reiner Mahlke
The power of the word in Igede incantation poetry1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 13-20
  • Ode S. Ogede
Regal repression versus egalitarian expectation in Enuani Igbo tales1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 21-31
  • Nkem Okoh
The Proppian approach: some implication for African tale analysis1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 51-68
  • Nkem Okoh
Distanciation et dynamique sociale dans les contes africaines1994 Africana Marburgensia 27 (1/2): 32-50
  • Marie-Ange Somdah
'Incantation' as a means of healing in Yorubaland1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 32-46
  • Bode Agbaje
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Plant utilization in indigenous medical system1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 14-26
  • Joseph Morounfolu Agdebahunsi
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society - the Yoruba case study1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 4-13
  • E. O. Babalola
introduction to special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Healing: the Biblical perspective1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 59-70
  • A. O. Nkuoka
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Healing in traditional Yoruba religion1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 27-31
  • Ayo Opefeyintimi
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Ifa divination and healing1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 47-58
  • S. Modupeola Opeola
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Religion, fertility and population control: the Iwo (Yoruba) experience1993 Africana Marburgensia 26 (1/2): 71-80
  • M. O. Raimi
in special issue 'The persistence of African traditional medicine in the contemporary Nigerian society'
Divination, modernity and religious pluralism in Yorubaland: a 20th century consideration1992 Africana Marburgensia 25 (1/2): 45-57
  • E. O. Babalola
The Jews of African decscent from Surinam1992 Africana Marburgensia 25 (1/2): 15-27
  • Ralph G. Bennett
The ethical dimension of Tiv religion1992 Africana Marburgensia 25 (1/2): 29-43
  • Akpenpuun Dzurgba
African independent churches and the history of religions: some thoughts on method1992 Africana Marburgensia 25 (1/2): 3-13
  • Stefan Schlang
Changing patterns of the burial custom among the Igbo - the case for married women1991 Africana Marburgensia 24 (1): 16-27
  • O. A. C. Anigbo
Omenana and odinana in the Igbo world: a philosophical approach1991 Africana Marburgensia 24 (2): 3-18
  • Charles M. Ezekwugo
'The ancestors have a hold on us' - an interview with a Zulu Zionist church leader1991 Africana Marburgensia 24 (1): 61-71
  • Reiner Mahike
King-Christology: the example of some Aladura churches in Nigeria1991 Africana Marburgensia 24 (1): 28-46
  • Ukachukwu Chris Manus
Wole Soyinka's appeal letter at the end of the Nigerian civil war1991 Africana Marburgensia 24 (2): 62-7
  • Peter McKenzie
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