- African Anaphora Project
The main goal of the African Anaphora (Afranaph) Project, as it is presently constituted, is to develop rich descriptions of a wide range of African languages in order to serve the interests of linguistic research into the nature and distribution of anaphoric effects in natural language.
- African Language Resource Council (ALRC)
UPenn: "The ALRC aims to aid in the creation and publication of resources for the study of African languages." Resources for various African languages, including lists of (mostly print) dictionaries.
- African Language Technology
Interest in language technology research for African languages has seen a tremendous increase in recent years. This is marked by the growing availability of digital corpora, dictionaries and tools for many (formerly) resource-scarce African languages. The AfLaT website aims to catalogue these resources for the benefit of researchers interested in African language technology.
- African Languages and Technology Initiative
Considering the sheer multiplicity of African languages, as a first step in the process, we have chosen one language; Yoruba, with which we are now running a pilot programme.
- African Languages Research Project, U MD
The U of MD Eastern Shore project "carries out extended research and study on African languages."
- African resources
This page intends to collect links to web resources that deal with language issues focussing specifically on individual African countries.
- Afroasiatic languages in Africa
Web resources for Afroasiatic languages in Africa
- Digital Africa
Blog about "politics, technology, culture and media" with reference to Africa. Appears to be written entirely in English, but has links to other blogs, at least one in Swahili. Author also blogs at http://www.globalvoicesonline.org/author/ndesanjo-macha/, where he says "I am a Tanzanian blogger, journalist, lawyer, and digital activist currently based in the US. I am interested in finding ways to amplify voices from non-English speaking parts of the world."
- EACL 2009 Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages (AfLaT 2009) - Report | AfLaT - African Language Technology
First Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages (AfLaT 2009)
- MT for Africa
Machine (computer) translation for Africa: lists various MT programs, and some other resources for African languages.
- Nordic Journal of African Studies
- Roger Blench
Linguist who has worked on some languages of West Africa.
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