Africana

Related to Africana: African Languages, Africana studies

Af·ri·ca·na

 (ăf′rĭ-kä′nə, -kăn′ə, -kā′nə)
n. (used with a pl. verb)
Materials, such as books, documents, or art objects, relating to the history or culture of African peoples.

Africana

(ˌæfrɪˈkɑːnə)
pl n
objects of cultural or historical interest of African origin

Af•ri•ca•na

(ˌæf rɪˈkæn ə, -ˈkɑ nə, -ˈkeɪ nə)

n. (used with a pl. v.)
books, documents, artifacts, artistic works, etc., reflecting or concerned with African history, life, or culture.
[1905–10]
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The time is 1982 until 1996 and the place is Africana club.
El conjunto de textos que conforman el libro cuya resena se presenta a continuacion parece seguir dos lineas fundamentales de indagacion relacionadas con el titulo de la obra: en primer lugar estan los textos que utilizan la historia de la Organizacion de la Unidad Africana (OUA)/Union Africana (UA) como una perspectiva para abordar problematicas africanas mas amplias (cuestion del Estado colonial/postcolonial, conflictos, integracion regional).
In 1969, and in the wake of the historic, student-led takeover of Willard Straight Hall on campus, the Africana Studies & Research Center (ASRC) at Cornell University became the birthplace of the field of Africana Studies.
presents readers with a collection of interdisciplinary essays examining contemporary Africana issues from a variety of angles, including ethnography, aesthetics, literature, gender, and diversity.
La geografia y el paisaje son dos elementos principales de cada una de estas narraciones: Lo que sono Sebastian (1994), que se desarrolla en la selva del Peten; La orilla africana (1999), ubicada en Tanger, y El tren a Travancore (2002), situada en Chennai, al sur de la India.
Los proyectos de desarrollo lanzados en la region, asi como la asociacion efectiva que permite la regionalizacion avanzada a los habitantes, en lo que se refiere a la gestion de sus asuntos, haran de la region del Sahara un polo economico integrado que la habilita a desempenar su papel historico como punto de enlace y eje de intercambios entre Marruecos y su profundidad africana, asi como con los paises del Norte.
However, Africana contemporary political leadership has pushed the political arena as the sole avenue to affect change in society on a large-scale.
That is one of the main arguments that Rubin Patterson, a professor and chair of sociology and anthropology at Howard University, makes in his recently released Greening Africana Studies: Linking Environmental Studies with Transforming Black Experiences (Temple University Press).
The in-vivo antioxidant effect of the methanol extract of Afzelia africana SM seed on carbon tetrachloride (CCl4)-induced oxidative stress in rats was investigated.
The present study was carried out to examine the antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxicity potential Malcolmia africana leaves extract, fraction, essential oil and fixed oil.
The Carmina Burana & Africana premiered on Sunday 16 March in front of a sold-out house at the National Theatre in Windhoek.
Las gramineas tropicales como el estrella africana y el bermuda son altamente sensibles a cambios en las horas luz durante el ano, afectadas tanto en la produccion de biomasa como el valor nutricional (Sinclair et al.

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