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Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Baggara is a large ethnic group consisting of several tribes, clans, stomachs, and clans united by one language, one religion, a common history, common customs and traditions. Its total population exceeds six million people and spreads over a single geographical area known as the Baggara belt, extending in the region from the borders of the Ethiopian and Eritrean borders with Sudan, to the borders of the Nigerian border. Along with Chad and Nigeria, it is considered one of the most important ethnic groups in Sudan and Chad, as it played a major historical and political role in the two countries, especially in Sudan during the Mahdia rule and beyond.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Hadendowa is the name of a nomadic subdivision of the Beja people, known for their support of the Mahdiyyah rebellion during the 1880s to 1890s. The area historically inhabited by the Hadendowa is today parts of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Nubian Origins
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Mobbing Of A Lizard and The Dodoth
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Nuer people are a Nilotic ethnic group concentrated in the Greater Upper Nile region of South Sudan. They also live in the Ethiopian region Gambella. The Nuer speak the Nuer language, which belongs to the Nilotic language family. They are the second largest ethnic group in South Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Ethnological Observations In Dar Fung
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A review of a previously published article in the journal.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article on the Shilluk peace ceremony. The Shilluk are a major Luo Nilotic ethnic group of Southern Sudan, living on both banks of the river Nile, in the vicinity of the city of Malakal.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Masalit or Masara in the language of Masalit, are an ethnic group that inhabits the Darfur region in western Sudan and the valley region in eastern Chad. Their official language is Masalit. Their number reached about 250,000 people in 1983. During (1884-1921) that group established a state under the name of Dar Al Masalit, and they are known for their strong adherence to Islam.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A history of the Anuak, also known as the Anyuak and Anywaa are a Luo Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting parts of East Africa. The Anuak belong to the larger Luo family group. Their language is referred to as Dha-anywaa. They are primarily found in villages situated along the banks and rivers of southeastern South Sudan as well as southwestern Ethiopia, especially the Gambela Region.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An extended account of a people who the author calls the Koma.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Bari are a tribe of Karo, Nilotic people inhabiting South Sudan. They are known as the Duor by other communities occupying the savanna lands of the White Nile. The Bari speak the Bari language as a mother tongue, which belongs to the Nilotic family.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Review of 'La Vie Juridique d'une Peuplade Congolaise (Les Azande ou Niam Niam' by P.V.H. Van den Plas (1918)
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A review on a new publication that marries field work and surveys with an exhaustive study of the literature of the subject of Pagan tribes of the Nilotic Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An article responding to a previous publication in the journal on the 'White Nuba of Jebel Haraza'.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A response to a previous article in the journal on Anuak heirlooms.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The White Nuba Of Jebel Haraza And White Races Of North Africa from Sudan Notes And Records.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: King Adongo Agada Akwai Cham (January 1, 1959 – November 30, 2011) was King of approximately 96,000 Anuak people of South Sudan and the corresponding Western Ethiopian border region. He is the 23rd King of the Anuak Nyiudola Royal Dynasty and was considered by some of the Anuak to be a demigod.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: A response to 'The Hausa Symbol' note asking for information in a previous publication of the journal. The Hausa are a Chadic ethnic group based primarily in the Sahel and sparse savanna areas of southern Niger and northern Nigeria. With a total population of some 80 million (2019 estimate), they qualify as the single most numerous African ethnic group.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Azande (plural of 'Zande' in the Zande language) are an ethnic group of North Central Africa. They live primarily in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, in the south-central and southwestern part of South Sudan, and in the southeastern Central African Republic.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: An introductory survey of ethical and moral beliefs in Sudan.
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: Manners, customs and beliefs of the Northern Bega
Collection: universityofkhartoum.sudannotesandrecords
Description: The Fung is an ethnic group in what is known today as Sudan and are an ancient and indigenous element in the Blue Nile State, and there are opinions about the origin of the tribe. Researchers suggest the home of the Funj to one of three regions: Bilad Abyssinia, Bilad El Bornu and Diyar El Shilluk on the White Nile.
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