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Blench, Roger M. (1999). Are the African pygmies an ethnographic fiction?. In Biesbrouck, K., S. Elders & G. Rossel (Ed), Central African hunter-gatherers in a multidisciplinary perspective: challenging elusiveness, Leiden : Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS), State University of Leiden., pp. 41-60.

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Notes : Discusses various “remnant” populations/languages of Africa, such as Kwadi, Kwisi, Dama, Cimba, Hadza, Sandawe, Okiek, Dahalo, Yaaku, Boni, Ik/Soo (Kuliak), Ongota, Shabo, Oropom, Kujarge, Kajakse, Laal, and Jalaa.

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Date de la dernière modification : 2007-06-20