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H-HAUSA – a mailing list on Hausa language, literature and culture

Posted by hausaonline on Saturday, July 15, 2006

H-Hausa is a mailing list for the discussion of issues related to Hausa language, literature and culture. It started already in October 2002, but I came across it only now. Here is the first message sent in October 2002:

H-Hausa is for the discussion of issues related to Hausa language, literature and culture. It began as a list concerned exclusively with language, but it has also hosted discussions ranging from traditional, Arabic-based orthography to computerization of Hausa, from grammar to culture and other subjects. It has attracted academics, missionaries, former expatriates and Hausa themselves to the only list which deals primarily with Hausa issues.

The H-HAUSA list is edited by John E. Philips.

The list keeps logs of former discussions, and I have started going through the older messages, some of which are actually written in Hausa, e.g.

http://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=h-hausa&month=0302&week=d&msg=8h1ww8pOQP/o0Mnj0jh3iw&user=&pw=

More information can be found at their Web Site, located at http://www.h-net.org/~hausa/

4 Responses to “H-HAUSA – a mailing list on Hausa language, literature and culture”

  1. NAZIRU SANI GUMEL said

    Allah ya taimaki ma’aikatanku yabaku kwarin gwiwwa wajen tabbatar da aikin ku, Dakuma fadin gaskiya ako da yaushe.Muna tare da ku wajen sauraronku.

  2. Freedom kun yi min kuma kun sake yi min allah ya qara basira.

  3. Alhamdulillah freedom
    muna godiya ga dukkan gudun mawarda kuke bamu mu matasa

    mungode!

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