4 edition of Historical dictionary of Equatorial Guinea found in the catalog.
Historical dictionary of Equatorial Guinea
Bibliography: p. 193-238.
|Statement||by Max Liniger-Goumaz.|
|Series||African historical dictionaries ;, no. 21|
|LC Classifications||DT620.15 .L57 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||88011409|
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The third edition of this standard reference work brings the history of Equatorial Guinea into the second Nguemist dictatorship, which began with the August coup of Obiang Nguema. It explains the continuity of the Nguema dynasty, marked by violence, disregard for human rights, nepotism, corruption, drug trafficking, and the confiscation of oil profits by high ranking members of the Clan of naba-hairstreak.com by: texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea. 3d ed. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow, E-mail Citation» This original book by one of the most dedicated authors on Equatorial Guinea surveys important historical developments and actors through the end of the 20th century in the form of a dictionary.
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Abstract. KEY HISTORICAL naba-hairstreak.comrial Guinea was a Spanish colony (Territorios Espanoles del Golfo de Guinea) until 1 April The territory was then divided into two Spanish provinces with a status comparable to the metropolitan provinces until 20 Dec.when they were re-joined as an autonomous Equatorial Region.
HISTORY OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA including Colonial rule, Independence. Colonial rule: A large island off the Guinea coast (the site today of Malabo, capital of Equatorial Guinea) becomes known in history as Fernando Po - because it is first reached, in aboutby the Portuguese navigator Fernão do Pó.
Equatorial Guinea, country located on the west coast of Africa. It consists of Río Muni (also known as Continental Equatorial Guinea), on the continent, and five islands (known collectively as insular Equatorial Guinea): Bioko (formerly Fernando Po), Corisco, Great Elobey (Elobey Grande), Little Elobey (Elobey Chico).
() Equatorial Guinea became known as one of the world's fastest growing economies due to oil exploitation; opposition claimed growth effect was too small () 68 people are jailed due to an alleged coup plot against President Obiang Nguema.
Pre-colonial history. The first inhabitants of the region that is now Equatorial Guinea are believed to have been Pygmies, of whom only isolated pockets remain in northern Río Muni. Bantu migrations between the 17th and 19th centuries brought the coastal groups and later the Fang.
Equatorial Guinea consists of the island of Bioko, for centuries called Fernando Pó; other smaller islands and the mainland territory of Rio Muni. Fernando Pó was named after the Portuguese navigator Fernão do Pó. The island was ruled for three centuries by Portugal until when it was ceded to Spain.
Books shelved as equatorial-guinea: By Night the Mountain Burns by Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, The Informationist by Taylor Stevens, La Bastarda by Trifonia.
There are two main cultural and ethnic traditions: the Fang, on the mainland, and the Bubi, on the island of Bioko.
Location and Geography. Equatorial Guinea is on the west coast of equatorial Africa, bordered by Cameroon to the north and Gabon to the south and east. Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea. Scarecrow Press. 3rd Edition. listing more than 50, books andother kinds of references.
They may be accessed by the "Bibliography" tab at the top of most pages, or via the "Related Topics" box in the sidebar. Please feel free to suggest books that might be critical omissions. The countries which are located in the coastal regions are more developed and are considered as tourist places, and Equatorial Guinea is one of them.
Equatorial Guinea is one of the coastal countries of central Africa with the population of more than 4lakh. Volume I: National Reports Diego Espín Cánovas 1.
The Constitution of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (República de Guinea Ecuatorial) was drawn up by a constitutional Conference of representatives of Guinea and Spain held in Madrid.
Books Set in Equatorial Guinea A list of fiction and non-fiction books set in Equatorial Guinea. A small, West African nation which borders Cameroon and Gabon. The modern state of Guinea did not come into existence untilbut the history of the area stretches back well before European colonization.
Its current boundaries were determined during the colonial period by the Berlin Conference (–) and the French, who ruled Guinea until May 14, · Books; Research; Contact; Shop; Historical Dictionary of Guinea.
History. Historical Dictionary of Guinea. By El Aemer El Mujaddid. May 14, 0 “The origin of the name Guinea is the subject of a long-standing debate.
According to a widely accepted version, the English term Guinea comes from the Portuguese Guine, a word believed to have. Press and naba-hairstreak.com mid, Equatorial Guinea had two newspapers which were state owned and published in Spanish: Unidad de la Guinea Ecuatorial (founded ), a daily newspaper with a circulation of 1, and Libertad (founded ), a weekly newspaper with a circulation of In mid publication of both papers was suspended because of national economic difficulties.
Historical Dictionary: Max Liniger-Goumaz, Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea, Metuchen: Scarecrowpp. Articles: Bioko pp, in: James Minahan, Nations without States, A Historical Dictionary of Contemporary National Movements, Westport CT: Greenwood [G].
Reference Books The territories of the republic of Equatorial Guinea: origins and continuity by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo Location: Afr.
Ref. DTO25 Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea by Max Liniger-Goumaz ISBN: Author: Beth Restrick. Due to historical and cultural ties, in the legislature amended article four of the Constitution of Equatorial Guinea, to establish Portuguese as an official language of the Republic.
This was an effort by the government to improve its communications, trade. Equatorial Guinea is located in west central Africa. The country consists of a mainland territory, Río Muni, which is bordered by Cameroon to the north and Gabon to the east and south and five small islands, Bioko, Corisco, Annobón, Small Elobey and Great naba-hairstreak.com, the site of the capital, Malabo, lies about 40 kilometers (25 mi) off the coast of naba-hairstreak.coml: Malabo, 3°45′N 8°47′E / °N °E.
This pioneer study on the literature of Equatorial Guinea, an African small country which became independent from Spain inand is the only sub-Saharan African nation having Spanish as official language and language of culture, open the way to those who may be interesting in discoving and enlarging their knowledge about a most peculiar literary reality.
Equatorial Guinea Overview: Bibliography Enter your search terms: See M. Liniger-Goumaz, Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea (); I. Sundiata, Equatorial Guinea: Colonialism, State Terror, and the Search for Stability (); R.
Fegley, Equatorial Guinea (). Equatorial Guinea definition: a republic of W Africa, consisting of R ío Muni on the mainland and the island of Bioko | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples Log In Dictionary.
A Guide to the United States’ History of Recognition, Diplomatic, and Consular Relations, by Country, since Equatorial Guinea Summary Under Spanish colonial rule for most of the modern era, Equatorial Guinea gained independence in Equatorial Guinea's first head of state, Francisco Macias Nguema, Obiang's uncle, was Africa's worst despot.
A Fang from the Esangui clan on the mainland, he dissolved the country's multiparty system in and replaced it with a single party, the Partido Unico Nacional de los Trabajadores (PUNT).
Equatorial Guinea is one of the smallest and least populated countries in continental Africa and is the only independent African country where Spanish is an official language. Despite a boom in oil production in the s, authoritarianism, corruption, and resource mismanagement have concentrated the benefits among a small elite.
Books & Plays; Fables & Fairy Tales Speeches & Essays; Top 10s; Fun Facts; Trivia; Breadcrumb. Home > Columbia Encyclopedia > Places > Africa > Equatorial Guinea Political Geography > Guinea > Guinea: Bibliography ; Cite. Guinea: Bibliography. See C. Riviere, Guinea (); T.
O'Toole, Historical Dictionary of Guinea (2d ed. Equatorial Guinea - Equatorial Guinea - Cultural life: Despite a veneer of Spanish culture and of Roman Catholic religion that is thicker in Bioko than on the mainland, many Equatorial Guineans live according to ancient customs, which have undergone a revival since independence.
Among the Fang of the mainland, witchcraft, traditional music (in which the Fang harp, the xylophone, the great.
In his Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea he explained that at the time of Macías's dictatorship: All correspondence is controlled by the Guardia Nacional and the Presidency; the foreign. History and Culture of Equatorial Guinea, an economy growing country from Central Africa, Equatorial Guinea is a tiny nation that has gone through economic crises in the past years, the economy situation of Equatorial Guinea is changing rapidly and growing with a great promise since the discovery of oil resource in that country, despite her present economic situation poverty still remain Brand: Sonit Education.
Subsequently () it published Report on Education in Africa: Study of West, South and Equatorial Africa, recognizing the importance of the mother tongue in education of children (Oraka p.
31). == Isaac Iwekanuno wrote the first historical essay in the Igbo language, Akuko Ala. Spanish Equatorial Guinea The best general history of Equatorial Guinea available is by Ndongo Bidyogo.
Liniger-Goumaz has compiled a bibliography () and also a historical dictionary in English () which is sometimes weak on chronology. The handbook published in by the British Foreign Ofﬁce is still very useful.
FLAG: The flag is a tricolor of green, white, and red horizontal stripes; a blue triangle joins them at the naba-hairstreak.com arms in the center of the white stripe hold a cotton tree (the national symbol), six stars—one for each physical division of the country—and the motto "Unidad, Justicia, Paz.".
Place. Equatorial Guinea, officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a country located in Central Africa, with an area of 28, square kilometres. It has two parts, an insular and a mainland region.
The insular region consists of the islands of Bioko in the Gulf of Guinea and Annobón, a small volcanic island south of the equator. In Herman Moll’s map posted here, Guinea does not include the areas that would later be called Portuguese Guinea (now Guinea-Bissau) and Spanish Guinea (now Equatorial Guinea).
The early gold trade in this region is reflected in Moll’s map, in which the Gold Coast figures as a prominent sub-division of Guinea.How to pronounce Equatorial Guinea. How to say Equatorial Guinea. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Learn more. Cambridge Dictionary +Plus; My profile +Plus help; equatorial. Equatorial Guinea. Equatorial Guinean. equerry. equestrian. equi-Test your vocabulary with our fun image quizzes.Equatorial Guinea severed its diplomatic ties with Spain in Spanish plantation owners shut down their operations, foreign investment declined, and the nation suffered a severe drop in population, with some 25, to 80, of the country's inhabitants estimated to have been killed by the government.