African Linguistics Pages

Here are some other web sites with useful information on African languages and linguistics:

Links to sites with many links:
African Languages on the Internet   http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/ssrg/africa/lang.html

Conferences:
World Congress on African Linguistics – held every three years – WOCAL 8 was in Kyoto, Japan from August 21-24, 2015.   WOCAL 9 will be in Morocco.
Colloquium on African Languages and Linguistics, Leiden University Center for Linguistics – held every year at the end of August
North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics – held every year in February/March. The 2016 meeting was in Austin, Texas.
International Conference on Bantu Languages – held usually every 2 years. Bantu 6 was in Helsinki in June 2016.

Others:
African phonemes and alphabets – http://sumale.vjf.cnrs.fr/phono/PhonologieN.php
CBOLD (Comparative Bantu Online Dictionary) – http://www.cbold.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/
Roger Blench’s page http://rogerblench.academia.edu/RogerBlench
PHOIBLE phonological inventory data http://phoible.org/
WALS (World Atlas of Linguistic Structures) online http://wals.info/
The WALS Sunburst Explorer http://th-mayer.de/wals/

Journals:
JALL (Journal of African Languages and Linguistics)
JWAL (Journal of West African Languages) –  freely downloadable articles
SAL (Studies in African Linguistics) – freely downloadable articles
Africana Linguistica– special focus on Bantu
Nordic Journal of African Studies – linguistic and non-linguistic articles
Journal Mandenkan – Mande studies, free downloadable articles
Linguistique et Langues Africaines

 

Older, but still helpful:
Gur Languages http://www.univie.ac.at/linguistics/gur/index.htm
X-Tone project http://xtone.linguistics.berkeley.edu/