Book Series No. 98
The Verbal System in a Dialect of Nubian
Abd al-Rahman Ayoub
Book Series No. 97
A Grammar of the Fur Language
Book Series No. 96
The Moro Language Grammar and Dictionary
Book Series No. 95
Book Series No. 94
Kadugli Language And Language Usage
Abdalla Ibrahim Abdalla
Book Series No. 93
The Murle Language Grammar and Vocabulary
Occasional Paper No. 71
An Introduction to the Ideas of W.E.G Sekyi
Monograph Series No. 251
Harmonizacao Ortografica Das Linguas Bantu De Angola
J. Pedro et al
Book Series No. 92
Back to Africa Volume II
The Ideology and Practice of the African Returnee Phenomenon from the Caribbean and North-America to Africa.
Kwesi Kwaa Prah .ed
Monograph Series No. 250
Harmonization of the Orthography of the Bantu Languages of Tanzania.
J. Rugemalira et al
Occasional Paper No. 70
Two Twilo Rach
Occasional Paper No. 69
Tinabantu Volume 4. Number 2<..
Tinabantu Volume 4. Number 2
Book Series No. 91
Democratic Deficit in the Parliament of Botswana
Matlapeng Ray Molomo
Monograph Series No. 249
A Unified Orthography for Bantu Languages of Kenya.
Angelina Kioko et al
Monograph Series No. 248
A Unified Orthography for Kalenjin Languages of Kenya.
Prisca Jerono et al
MONOGRAPH SERIES NO. 247
Aspects of the Phonology of Sukwa.
Atikonda Akuzile Mtenje
Book Series No. 90
The Use of Yorùbá Oral Literature in Yorùbá Newspapers from 1859 to 1960.
CASAS exhibited at the Cape T..
CASAS exhibited at the Cape Town Bookfair
CASAS launched Book Series No..
CASAS launched Book Series No. 87, The Harmonization and Standardization of Kenyan Languages: Orthography and Other Aspects - Edited by Nathan Ogechi, Jane Oduor and Peter Iribemwangi, on the 11th June 2012 at the Fairview Hotel, Nairobi. This book launch was followed by a workshop on the harmonization of orthographies for the Kenyan language clusters (11th - 12th June 2012).
BOOK SERIES NO. 89
Mainstreaming Afrikaans. Regional Varieties
BOOK SERIES NO. 88
Veelkantiger Afrikaans. Streeksvarieteite In Die Standaardvorming.
Kwesi Kwaa Prah (ed.)
BOOK SERIES NO. 87
The Harmonization and Standardization of Kenyan Languages. Orthography and Other Aspects
Nathan O Ogechi, Jane A. Ngala Oduor, Peter Iribemwangi
MONOGRAPH SERIES NO. 240, 241..
Unified Standard Orthographies for the Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo and Ijo Language Clusters
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