Children's Play, Games and Toys in North Africa and the Sahara
Internet publications on Saharan and North African children's play, games and toys on the website of the Nordic Center for Research on Toys and Educational Media: http://www.hh.se/dep/ncflweb/Publications.html
Rossie, J-P (1999) Toys, Culture and Society. An Anthropological Approach with Reference to North Africa and the Sahara - 107 figures.
Collection - Saharan and North African Ludic Heritages:
Rossie, J-P (1999) Saharan and North African Ludic Heritages. Commented Bibliography on Play, Games and Toys.
Rossie, J-P (1999) Saharan and North African Ludic Heritages. Children´s Dolls and Doll Play - 116 figures.
Collection - Héritages Ludiques Sahariens et Nord-Africains:
Rossie, J-P (1999) Héritages Ludiques Sahariens et Nord-Africans. Bibliographie Commentée sur les Jeux et Jouets.
Rossie, J-P (1999) Héritages Ludiques Sahariens et Nord-Africains. Poupées d´Enfants et Jeux de Poupées - 116 figures.
In the same collections an English and a French version of my book "The Animal in Play, Games and Toys" will be published on the Internet this year.
Printed versions should also become available but not before the end of this year.
Jean-Pierre Rossie, Ph.D.,
Staff Member Nordic Center for Research on Toys and Educational Media,
University of Halmstad, Sweden.
R. Warnefordstraat 63, B9040 Gent, Belgium.
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