Consists of ten advanced level Hausa lessons, each of which is based on a particular Hausa proverb. Available from the African Studies Center of Boston University. Modules also available for Kiswahili and Wolof.
Publication Date: Kano, Nigeria : Bayero University, Centre for the Study of Nigerian Languages, 1978
This is the published proceedings of the First International Conference on Hausa Language and Literature held at Bayero University, Kano, July 7-10, 1978 = Nahawu da Adabin Hausa: Tarin Takardun da aka Gabatar a Babban Taron Kara wa Juna Ilmi Kan Harshe da Adabin Hausa, a Jami’ar Bayero, Kano, 7 zuwa 10 ga Watan Yuli, 1978.
English translation of title would be On the Banks of River Niger: Sahelian Stories from Hausa, Zarma, Mande, Fulani, Manding, Banmanan, Dogon, Touareg, Bornu and Mossi Peoples Published in the Contes et légendes series
Publication Date: Sokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press, c1989
Uniform title for this publications is Ancient civilizations of Africa: Hausa. Produced under the auspices of UNESCO's International Scientific Committee for the Drafting of a General History of Africa.
Audio recordings of Hausa music from the Bura, Bolewa, Tangale and Tera peoples of Northeastern Nigeria, amongst others. Includes, praise songs, war chants, funeral dirges, etc, performed by various local musicians. These recordings are archived at the Smithsonian Institute's Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, and can be accessed here