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Nilotic Studies Some Past Problems and Prospects John W. Burton Abstract. - Some sense of the emerging direction of anthropol-ogy may be gained through a survey of a secondary sub-field, and its changing concerns. A survey of sources on the Nilotic-speaking peoples of Africa, c. to present, provides a suitable case for such enquiry. In Southern Nilotic History, Christopher Ehret reconstructs the history of the Southern Nilotic speaking peoples of East Africa, from their earliest origins to the beginning of the colonial a history, the book is a remarkable tour de force. Using mainly linguistic evidence, the author locates populations, moves them around, determines their relative influence vis–vis . Nilotic studies. Berlin: D. Reimer, (OCoLC) Online version: International Symposium on Languages and History of the Nilotic Peoples ( Cologne, Germany). Nilotic studies. Berlin: D. Reimer, (OCoLC) Online version: International Symposium on Languages and History of the Nilotic Peoples ( Cologne, Germany). African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Its point of departure is a detailed study on the so-called Nilotic scenes or Nilotic landscapes. The book presents a comprehensive and illustrated catalogue of the genre that was popular all around the Cited by:
The Syntax of the Nilotic Languages: Themes and variations (Language and Dialect Studies in East Africa) [Chet A. Creider, Bernd Heine, Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Syntax of the Nilotic Languages: Themes and variations (Language and Dialect Studies in East Africa)Author: Chet A. Creider. Without their backing and encouragement this book might not have been written. Moreover, although they made no investigations among the Nuer, their brilliant researches among other Nilotic peoples, particularly the Shilluk and Dinka, laid the foundations of . Nilot, any member of several east-central African peoples living in South Sudan, northern Uganda, and western Kenya. The name refers to the area in which they live, mostly the region of the upper Nile and its tributaries, and to a linguistic unity that distinguishes them from their neighbours who. Originally published in , this book presents the content of the Frazer Lecture in Social Anthropology for that year, which was delivered by E. E. Evans-Pritchard at Cambridge University. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in anthropology and the Nilotic by:
Nilotic Languages are a sub-family of languages within the larger Nilo-Saharan family of languages. They are spoken in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. There is disagreement about how many languages make up the Nilotic family, as few as 29 or as many as However, there is agreement that Nilotic . Descriptive Studies of Nilotic Languages Osamu Hieda. Year: Publisher: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa Language: english Pages: Series: Descriptive Studies of Nilotic Languages V 3 You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the. 7 Nov - Explore GemKPea's board "Nilotic People" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Culture, People and African pins. "Portrays the Nuer, Nilotic herdsmen of the Nile basin. Shows how their daily lives revolve about their cattle, and depicts the psychological bonds between them. Includes extensive use of Nuer music and poetry." "A poetic film concentrating on evocative images of life among a group of Nuer living in Ethiopia.