By all accounts, Amadou Hampaté Bâ (–) ranks among the giants of African literature. This would no doubt remain true even if no. Amadou Hampâté Bâ () was one of the major intellectual and literary figures of twentieth-century Africa. A historian and collector and. l’Université Amadou Hampaté BA est la 1ère Université privée promotionnelle créée en et Autorisée par l’Etat (/AG/ME/DES). Nous proposons des.

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Amadou Hampâté Bâ

At the time of his birth, the area was known as French Sudan as part of colonial French West Africawhich was formally established a few years before his birth. Intermediaries, interpreters, and clerks: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

As a punishment, the governor appointed him to Ouagadougou with the role he later described as that of “an essentially precarious and revocable temporary writer”. For 15 years he devoted himself to research, which would later lead to the publication of his work L’Empire peul de Yampate The Fula Empire of Macina.

Le temps des marabouts: In the course of his career he assembled a very large personal archive. La notion de personne en Afrique noire: Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles with hCards All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from July Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with imported Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.


World Wisdom Selected web resources For further information, please email us at asclibrary ascleiden. La voix des autres.

Retrieved from ” hampaet His term in the executive council ended inand he devoted the remaining years of his life to research and writing. Views Read Edit View history. From tohe held several hhampate in the colonial administration in Upper Voltanow Burkina Fasoand from to in Bamako.

For further information, please email us at asclibrary ascleiden. Vie et enseignement de Tierno Bokar: Seuil, Silamaka en Puloru: Muslim-Christian encounters in Africa: Inhe took six months’ leave to visit Tierno Bokarhis spiritual leader.

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Aspects de la civilisation africaine: He died in Abidjan in Contains a biography, bibliography, quotes, and links. General history of Africa.

Indiana University Press, Three Continents Press, Oxford University Press, The dossier begins with a brief introduction outlining the issues which were discussed during the workshop.

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Les religions africaines comme source de valeurs de civilisation: After his father’s death, he was adopted by his mother’s second husband, Tidjani Amadou Ali Thiam of the Toucouleur ethnic group. Bulletin de l’Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire. Criminals and the African cultural imagination: This page was last edited on 26 Decemberat Research in African Literatures: A historian and collector and translator of oral and ethnological texts, he was also a poet in his native Fulfulde and the author of prize-winning and widely-read literary works two volumes of his memoirs and a novel set in colonial French West Africaas well as a spokesperson for Sufi understandings of Islam and religious ecumenism.


Based on a translation of the corresponding article baj the French Wikipedia, accessed in April African employees in the making of colonial Africa: Christianity as seen by an African Muslim intellectual: At IFAN, he made ethnological surveys and collected traditions.

Il n’y a pas de petite querelle: L’empire Peul du Macina: The dossier concludes with a selection of web resources. Oxford University Press, Afrikanissimo macht Schule: Inhe ran away from school and rejoined his mother at Katiwhere he resumed his studies.

Africa World Press, Les religions africaines traditionnelles: Inhe was elected to UNESCO’s executive council, and in he helped establish a unified system for the transcription of African languages.