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12 March 2014
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 15
“Prayer groups” in Lubumbashi: A conversation with Régine Tshitamba and members of her family, recorded 24. 6. 1986 at her home in Lubumbashi, Zone Kampemba, transcribed, translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

19 April 2013
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 14, Issues 1-5
The Jamaa Files, transcribed , translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

22 September 2011
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 13, Issues 1-4
Conversations with the painters Mwenze Kibwanga and Pilipili Mulongoy, transcribed , translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

24 December 2009
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 12, Issues 5-10
Conversations about Katanga Genre Painting in the 1970s, transcribed , translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

6 October 2009
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 12, Issues 1-4
Conversations about Katanga Genre Painting in the 1970s, transcribed , translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

13 February 2009
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol. 11, Issues 1-3
Swahili remembered: Two conversations, transcribed, translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian

8 October 2008
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol. 10, Issues 5-6
Language and labor: Conversations about work, language, and life, transcribed, translated, and commented by Johannes Fabian

8 April 2008
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol. 10, Issues 1-4
Language and labor: Conversations about work, language, and life, transcribed, translated, and commented by Johannes Fabian

29 August 2007
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol. 9
Vivre et exercer le métier de peintre sous la pluie des balles et des flèches empoisonnées des rebelles à Bunia, Congo-Zaïre. Témoignage de l'artiste Joseph (Jeef) Bosemo, recueilli par Pierre Sugabo Yakisabo, transcrit, annoté et traduit en français par Ibio Nzunguba

25 October 2006
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol. 8
Ukumbusho par Achille Mutombo

18 November 2005
Journal of language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 4, Issue 1
Review of Hasty, The press and political culture in Ghana by Marleen de Witte

8 July 2005
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 7
"Magic and modernity": A conversation with a herbalist and practitioner of magic,
transcribed and translated by Johannes Fabian

24 December 2004
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 6, Issue 2
L'art populaire de Mufwankolo.
Entretien et spectacle transcrits et traduits par Ghislain Gulda El Magambo Bin Ali et Pascal Maloji Kabemba ( alias Pascal de Saint Malo), revu par Mutonkole Lunda Wa Ngoyi, présenté par Alain Ricard

16 December 2004
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 6, Issue 1
L'art populaire de Mufwankolo.
Entretien et spectacle transcrits et traduits par Ghislain Gulda El Magambo Bin Ali et Pascal Maloji Kabemba ( alias Pascal de Saint Malo), revu par Mutonkole Lunda Wa Ngoyi, présenté par Alain Ricard

22 December 2003
LPCA Text Archives, Vol 4
Parole et savoir-faire populaires: Conversations à propos de la poterie des Twa au Burundi (transcrites, traduites, annotées, commentées et illustrées de photos par Koen Bostoen et Gaspard Harushimana)

23 September 2003
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 3, Issue 2:
Review of Janson, The best hand is the hand that always gives: Griottes and their profession in Eastern Gambia by Barbara G. Hoffman

10 July 2003
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 5, Issue 4
Teachings of the Jamaa movement: Texts and commentaries transcribed , translated, and commented by Johannes Fabian
5(4) Text 3: Of angels

16 May 2003
Archives of Popular Swahili, Vol 5
Teachings of the Jamaa movement: Texts and commentaries transcribed , translated, and commented by Johannes Fabian
5(1) Introduction
5(2) Text 1: Of man (1)
5(3) Text 2: Of man (2)

26 February 2003
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 3, Issue 1:
Review of Lafkioui et Merolla, Contes berbères chaouis de l’Aurès, d’après Gustave Mercier by Abderrahman El Aissati

24 December 2002
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 2, Issue 2:
Review of Pfeiffer, Sprache und Musik in Mandinka-Erzählungen
by Marloes Janson

6 June 2002
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 2, Issue 1:
The times of the "Vocabulaire": Commentary on a conversation with Baba Ngoie Léon by Johannes Fabian

6 June 2002
LPCA Text Archives Vol. 3:
A conversation with Baba Ngoie-Day Léon (transcribed , translated, and annotated by Johannes Fabian)

12 December 2001
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 1, Issue 3:
Commenting Kalundi's comments: Notes on the ethnography of translating the "Vocabulary of the town of Elisabethville" by Johannes Fabian

28 November 2001
Vocabulaire de ville de Elisabethville: A history of Elisabethville from its beginnings to 1965. Compiled and written by André Yav

24 July 2001
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 1, Issue 2:
At the launch of JLPCA (Editorial) by Vincent A. de Rooij

9 July 2001
Le pouvoir se mange entier - Power is eaten whole: A play by the "Troupe Théâtrale Mufwankolo" of Lubumbashi

29 June 2001
Journal of Language and Popular Culture in Africa, Vol 1, Issue 1:
"Our strength comes from poisoned wells": the literature of self-criticism in the South African resistance struggle by Priya Narismulu

11 May 2001
Lopolotsi: Poèmes anciens d'un esclave bombomba, Equateur, République Démocratique du Congo (presented by Motingea Mangulu)

6 June 2000:
The history of Zaire as told and painted by Tshibumba Kanda Matulu in conversation with Johannes Fabian, Fourth Session.
The history of Zaire as told and painted by Tshibumba Kanda Matulu in conversation with Johannes Fabian, Third Session, Part 2.

14 December 1999:
LPCA: Where are we? (LPCA Editorial).

13 December 1999:
Texts and ownership (LPCA Editorial).

8 October 1999:
The history of Zaire as told and painted by Tshibumba Kanda Matulu in conversation with Johannes Fabian, Third Session, Part 1.

5 October 1999:
The history of Zaire as told and painted by Tshibumba Kanda Matulu in conversation with Johannes Fabian, Second Session, Part 2.

13 September 1999:
Buntungu's "Mokingi mwa Mputu": A Boloki perception of Europe at the end of the 19th Century (presented by Michael Meeuwis).
The story of a Congolese young man, Buntungu, who writes about his visit to England in 1895-1897. A fascinating product of grassroots literacy written in Boloki.

26 August 1999:
The history of Zaire as told and painted by Tshibumba Kanda Matulu in conversation with Johannes Fabian, Second session, Part 1.

 


Last revised/updated: 12 March 2014
by Vincent A. de Rooij