The resources included in this article reflect the interdisciplinary nature of this scholarship. A bibliography by Paule Brasseur Brasseur , a series of historical dictionaries for West African countries Imperato and Imperato ; Gailey ; Camara, et al. The dictionaries are especially good introductions for students to Mande peoples, cultures, and the arts. Brasseur, Paule. Catalogues et Documents Historical Dictionary of Guinea.
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Historical Dictionaries of Africa. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, The focus of the dictionary is key historical figures and events in the precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial eras that serve as important context for the study of the arts. The authors include entries on the Maninka, a major Mande group, as well as a bibliography related to culture, society, and language.
Gailey, Harry A. Historical Dictionary of the Gambia. African Historical Dictionaries 4.
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Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, The Mandinka compose over 40 percent of the population of the Gambia, and they played an important role in the precolonial history of this region. The dictionary includes entries on the Mandinka and on the history of the Mande kingdoms in this area. Imperato, Pascal James, and Gavin H. Historical Dictionary of Mali. Historical Dictionaries of Africa The authors include entries on each of these major ethnic groups in Mali, as well as a bibliography on arts and culture.
Mendy, Peter Karibe, and Richard A. Lobban Jr. Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau. The Mandinka and Fula groups compose the majority of the population of this tiny nation.
The dictionary includes entries on Mandinka history and culture, as well as colonial and postcolonial history. Middleton, John, and Joseph C. Miller, eds. New Encyclopedia of Africa.
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The encyclopedia entry on Mali Vol. Mundt, Robert J. African Historical Dictionaries The dictionary includes entries on these ethnic groups and on the history of the 18th- and 19th-century Jula Empire of Kong, which was located in this northern zone. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Reference Sources 1.
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