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An archive of Yorùbá religious ephemera

  • Karin Barber and P.F. de Moraes Farias
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An archive of ephemera seems almost a contradiction in terms. If archives come into being because governments and individuals preserve papers they consider to be worth keeping, then an archive should be a crystallisation of past and present values concerning texts. Most of Nigeria's archives are in fact that kind of crystallisation, whether they are local government records, newspaper collections, Arabic-language chronicles, or little-known collections of personal letters and diaries, preserved because the individuals concerned, and subsequently their heirs, had a sense of their value.

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Africa Bibliography
  • ISSN: 0266-6731
  • EISSN: 1757-1642
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