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TITLE The Africans [videorecording] / a co-production of WETA-TV and

BBC-TV.

PUBLISHER [Santa Barbara, CA] : the Annenberg/CPB Project : Intellimation

[distributor], c1986.

NOTE A controversial examination of contemporary Africa in terms of

its triple heritage: what is indigenous, what was contributed

by Islam, and what was acquired from the West.

SUBJECT Africa -- Civilization.

CALL # Videotape no.5344.



TITLE Africa [videorecording] : continent of contrasts / Mary Lee

Nolan.

PUBLISHER Huntsville, TX : Educational Video Network, 1994.

SUBJECT Africa -- History.

SUBJECT Africa -- Description and travel.

CALL # Videotape no.7006.

TITLE Bosnia hotel [videorecording] / directed by Thomas Balmes ; Quark

Productions and TBC Productions.

PUBLISHER New York, N.Y. : Filmakers Library, Inc., 1996.

NOTE Juxtaposed with reflections of Samburu warriors from Kenya upon

their experience as part of the UN peace-keeping force in

Bosnia are their traditional practices of circumcision and

blood drinking.

SUBJECT Samburu (African people)

SUBJECT United Nations -- Armed Forces -- Bosnia and Hercegovina.

CALL # VC- 180.

TITLE Dagbamba praise name dances [videorecording]

PUBLISHER Crown Point, IN : White Cliffs Media Co., 1990.

NOTE Abubakari Lunna, master musician ; Victoria Pagnaa Wumbee, dancer

extraordinaire ; The Agbekor Drum and Dance Society, David

Locke, director.

SUBJECT Dance -- Africa.

SUBJECT Dagbani (African people) -- Music.

SUBJECT Damba (Drum)

CALL # Videotape no.2537.

TITLE Ecology of mind [videorecording] / PBS Video.

PUBLISHER Alexandria, VA : PBS Video, 1992.

NOTE Visit the Gabra of northern Kenya, whose unique relationship to

their harsh environment is the key to their survival; the

Makuna of Colombia, whose complex myths and rituals reveal for

us a sophisticated ecological awareness; and a modern Canadian

gardener who resists the Western world's control of nature with

a new attitude about sowing Earth's garden.

SUBJECT Gabbra (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Macuna Indians -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Ethnology z Colombia.

SUBJECT Species diversity.

CALL # Videotape no.7150.



TITLE The Hunters [videorecording] / produced by the Film Study Center

of the Peabody Museum of Harvard University ; written and

directed by John Marshall.

PUBLISHER Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources, [199-?]

NOTE In this classic documentary, the Kalahari Bushmen of Africa wage

a constant war for survival against the hot arid climate and

unyielding soil. 'The Hunters' focuses on four men who

undertake a hunt to obtain meat for their village. The

chronicle of their 13-day trek becomes part of the village's

folklore, illustrating the ancient roots and continual renewal

of African tribal cultures.

SUBJECT !Kung (African people)

SUBJECT Hunting -- Kalahari Desert.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Africa, Southern.

CALL # Videotape no.2886.

TITLE Long search. Program 10, African religions, Zulu Zion

[videorecording] / BBC-TV.

PUBLISHER New York : Time Life Video; Ambrose Video [distributor] [1989]

NOTE Visits the Zulu Independent Churches of South Africa to explore

the Black African response to Christianity. Traces the history

of religious beliefs in Africa from the arrival of the first

Christian missionaries to the current rediscovery of the

African religious identity.

SUBJECT Zionist churches (Africa) -- South Africa.

SUBJECT South Africa -- Church history.

CALL # Videotape no.5708.



TITLE Maasai [videorecording] : secrets of an ancient culture / a co-

production of WTTW/Chicago and Kurtis Productions.

PUBLISHER Chicago, ILL : Public Media Education, c1994.

NOTE Shows and watches Gillies Turle on the steps of his journey to

the scientific process of exploring the Maasai's culture. Along

the way, we see loibons, or medicine men, perform their secret

rituals and young men training to become morani, or warriors,

gaining a glimpse at the ways of the Maasai themselves, the

quiet nomadic people indigenous to Kenya and Tanzania.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- History.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Tanzania.

CALL # Videotape no.7429.

TITLE The Maasai and agents of change [videorecording] / a film by

Kakuta Ole Maimai Hamisi.

PUBLISHER New York : Filmmakers Library, 2001.

NOTE "A rare opportunity to see life among the Maasai as filmed by one

of their own warriors. The filmmaker and narrator is a Maasai

who is studying at a United States college. He returned to

Kenya to film the lifestyles and colorful ceremonies of his

people before their culture becomes extinct. We learn that the

traditional pastoral and nomadic life is under attack by

outside forces who want to impose a money economy and privatize

the land."--Container.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Social life and customs -- 20th

century.


SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Social conditions -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Economic conditions -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Herders -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Social change.

SUBJECT Social structure -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Kenya -- Social conditions -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Kenya -- Economic conditions -- 20th century.

SUBJECT Masai Mara National Reserve (Kenya)

SUBJECT Documentary films.

CALL # Videotape no.5190.



TITLE Masai in the modern world / produced by Mark Newman & Robyn

Hofmeyer for Phakathi Films & SABC.

PUBLISHER [Johannesburg] : Phakathi Films ; SABC ; New York, N.Y. :

Filmakers Library [U.S. distributor], 1995.

NOTE Looks at the impact of the modern world on the ancient culture of

the Masai people. Traditionally the Masai herded their cattle

between the plains and the well-watered mountain land. As

tourism and agriculture makes inroads on their already scarce

land, they are trying to adapt without losing their heritage.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Economic conditions.

SUBJECT Masai (African people) -- Social conditions.

SUBJECT Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Wildlife conservation -- Social aspects -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Land use, Rural -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Culture conflict -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Nomads -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Herders -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Pastoral systems -- Kenya.

SUBJECT Documentary films.

CALL # Videotape no.6163.

TITLE N!ai [videorecording] : the story of a !Kung woman / produced by

John Marshall and Sue Marshall-Cabezas ; directed and edited by

Adrienne Miesmer and John Marshall; a co-production of

Documentary Educational Resources and Public Broadcasting

Associates.

PUBLISHER Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources, c1980.

NOTE A compilation of footage of the !Kung people of Namibia from 1951

through 1978. Focuses on the changes in the life of these

people as seen through the reflections of one woman, N!ai.

SUBJECT N!ai.

SUBJECT !Kung (African people) -- Biography.

SUBJECT !Kung (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Africa, Southern.

SUBJECT Documentary television programs.

CALL # Videotape no.3885.

TITLE Patterns of subsistence [videorecording] : hunter-gatherers and

pastoralists / KOCE-TV ; produced by the Coast Community

College in cooperation with Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

PUBLISHER [Huntington Beach, Calif.] : KOCE-TV [production company] ; New

York : Insight Media [distributor], c1983.

NOTE The relationship of subsistence patterns to cultural patterns and

lifestyles is explored. Selected roles among the !Kung, the

Mbuti and the Nuer of Africa, the Netsilik Eskimos, and the

Basseri of Iran are used to illustrate how different cultures

have adapted to their environments.

SUBJECT Sociology, Rural.

SUBJECT Agriculture, Primitive -- Economic aspects.

SUBJECT !Kung (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Mbuti (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Nuer (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Baseri tribe -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Eskimos -- Social life and customs.

CALL # Videotape no.7888.



TITLE Patterns of subsistence [videorecording] : food foragers and

pastoralists / Coast Community College District in cooperation

with Harcourt, Brace, College Publishers ... [et al.] ;

produced by Ira R. Abrams, John Bishop ; script writer, Mari

Womack.

PUBLISHER New York, N.Y. : Insight Media, [1994?]

NOTE Examination of various subsistence patterns. Selected roles among

the !Kung, the Mbuti and the Nuer of Africa, the Netsilik

Eskimos, and the Baseri of Iran are used to illustrate patterns

and relationships.

SUBJECT Hunting and gathering societies.

SUBJECT Sociology, Rural.

SUBJECT Traditional farming -- Economic aspects.

SUBJECT !Kung (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Mbuti (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Nuer (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Baseri tribe -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Eskimos -- Social life and customs

CALL # Videotape no.2540.

TITLE Poor man shames us all [videorecording] / PBS Video.

PUBLISHER Alexandria, VA : PBS Video, 1992.

NOTE Have things replaced people as the focus of our relationships?

Explore the alternative views of wealth and economy that are

exhibited in the lives of tribal cultures.

SUBJECT Wewewa (Indonesian people)

SUBJECT Gabbra (African people)

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Indonesia.

SUBJECT Ethnology -- Africa, East.

CALL # Videotape no.7578.



TITLE Red hat, where are you going? [videorecording] / African Studies

Centre presents a film by E. Adriaan Rouveroy van Nieuwaal,

Maarten van Rouveroy van Nieuwaal.

PUBLISHER New York, NY : First Run/Icarus Films, 2000.

NOTE An analysis of the socio-political position of traditional chiefs

in Burkina Faso, Red hat, where are you going? examines the

role of Mossi chiefs in the West African nation. Using

interviews with chiefs and their critics, and archival footage,

the film looks at how the chiefs have navigated political

change, and at how they interact with both the government and

people today.

SUBJECT Africa, West -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

CALL # Videotape no.7188.



TITLE Regopstaan's dream [videorecording] / TVE International ; BBC

Worldwide ; produced by Paulat Pascalo ; directed by

Christopher Walker.

PUBLISHER Oley, PA : Bullfrog Films, c2000.

NOTE Part 17 of a series on how the globalized world economy affects

ordinary people. Twenty-five years ago, the Bushmen were

evicted from the Kalahari by the apartheid government who

claimed they were too westernized to cohabit with the wild

animals in the National Park. This film which follows the story

of Bushmen fighting to live on ancestral lands within the park,

includes interviews with Bushmen, park employees, farmers and

government officials each providing their own perspectives.

SUBJECT Globalization.

SUBJECT Globalization -- Social aspects.

SUBJECT San (African people) -- Land tenure.

SUBJECT San (African people) -- Government relations.

SUBJECT San (African people) -- Relocation.

SUBJECT San (African people) -- Social life and customs.

SUBJECT Indigenous peoples -- Botswana -- Kalahari Gemsbok National Park.

SUBJECT Natural resources -- Botswana -- Kalahari Gemsbok National

Park -- Management.

SUBJECT Wildlife refuges -- Botswana -- Kalahari Gemsbok National Park --

Management.

SUBJECT Kalahari Gemsbok National Park (South Africa)

CALL # Videotape no.6315.

TITLE Tales from the land of Gullah [videorecording]

PUBLISHER Charleston, SC : Matrix Media, Inc., c1999.

NOTE Gullah is the genesis of African-American culture, and songs and

stories from this folk literature are presented in an

enchanting and uplifting program.

SUBJECT Gullahs -- Folklore.

SUBJECT Folklore -- Africa, West.

SUBJECT Tales -- Africa, West.

CALL # Videotape no.6882.

TITLE Return to Belaye [videorecording] : a rite of passage / Yellow

Cat Productions ; produced and directed by Amy Flannery.

PUBLISHER Washington, D.C. : Yellow Cat Productions, c2001.

NOTE "Documentarian Amy Flannery goes back to her husband's West

African village to record his rite of passage into manhood"--

Container.

SUBJECT Rites and ceremonies -- Africa, West.

SUBJECT Initiation rites -- Africa, West.

SUBJECT Initiation rites -- Africa, West.

SUBJECT Belaye (Senegal) -- Africa, West.

SUBJECT Goudiaby, Papis.



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