23) The theatre tradition was lively during this era, and in general, African American playwrights had been probing their imagination for ways to capture more ancient African traditions in their work as early as 1898 with Senegambian
Carnival and other works such as Sultan of Zulu (1900), In Dahomey (1902), and Abyssinia (1908).
The megaliths of the Senegambian
area near the Atlantic coast are characterised by upright blocks or pillars of laterite, carefully worked to a smooth surface.
In August 1989, Senegalese-Gambian military cooperation, which began with the joint Senegalese-Gambian efforts during the 1981 coup attempt, ceased with the dissolution of the Senegambian
35) They cite no firm evidence, which is not surprising because Alice enjoyed Clorindy with the irreproachable Victoria Earle Matthews and apparently took her mother to Williams and Walker's Senegambian
However, the exile of Dom Antonio, the claimant to the Portuguese throne, gave an unexpected impetus to the resumption of the Guinea or rather the Senegambian
The beautiful Ramata is after all a child of the Senegambian
coast and hinterland, home to populations of Diola, Wolof, Tukulor, Serere and Lebou migrants with surviving folk memories from Ancient Egypt and Sudan in the Nile valley.
In order to construct a political economy of the institutions of health care in the Senegambian
region of West Africa, Keita (history, Villanova U.
Mitochondrial portrait of the Cabo Verde archipelago: the Senegambian
outpost of Atlantic slave trade.
Relations between the two states have fluctuated since the collapse of the attempted Senegambian
Confederation in 1989.
Many compared rappers to griots--the mythmakers, genealogists, praise singers, oral historians and social critics of Senegambian
Cartwright develops his argument in three sections, each with three chapters, that deal with "three Africa-informed currents in American literature: 1) epic-like narratives of African ancestry by Americans of African descent; 2) folk-infused, fabulous narratives by white Americans revealing Afro-Creole cultural descent; and 3) Africanist, gothic-historicist narratives by Americans responding to the literacy and scriptural religion of Senegambian
African king whom the Portuguese met in 1458 is Nyomimansa, not Nomimansa.