ArticleAlert – Tidcan: multiple alliterations in poetry
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ArticleAlert – Tidcan: multiple alliterations in poetry

Abstract: This paper formulates some changes in Somali poetry composition through the transition of the…

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Laasgeel – duugaal dabiici ah
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Laasgeel – duugaal dabiici ah

Farshaxanka Dhagaxkuyaalka[1] LaasgeelDr. Jama Musse Jama Laasgeel waxa ay u jirtaa Hargeysa in ku dhow…

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COVID Vaccinations Appeal – Dr Edna Adan
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COVID Vaccinations Appeal – Dr Edna Adan

Somaliland Special Envoy, Dr Edna Adan Ismail, appeals to the world leaders to provide a…

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Coronavirus and the State of Non-recognition: The Case of Somaliland
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Coronavirus and the State of Non-recognition: The Case of Somaliland

Photos Courtesy of Yusuf Dahir In this blog we analyse the challenges and opportunities for…

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“Sacbul” – Cali Axmed Raabbi “Cali Seenyo”: faallayn iyo sharraxaad
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“Sacbul” – Cali Axmed Raabbi “Cali Seenyo”: faallayn iyo sharraxaad

Lix ka mid ah maansooyinka uu Cali Axmed Raabbi “Cali Seenyo” tiriyey waxa ay ka…

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‘Hoodaar’ oo sharraxan: lafaggurid maanso
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‘Hoodaar’ oo sharraxan: lafaggurid maanso

Saddex saaxiibbo ah, Faarax Axmed Cali “Gammuute”, Rashiid Sheekh Cabdillaahi “Gadhwayne” iyo Siciid Jaamac Xuseen…

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So At One With You: An Anthology of Modern Poetry in Somali
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So At One With You: An Anthology of Modern Poetry in Somali

My latest article published on East African Literary and Cultural Studies is available online. Download…

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Cilmi-Dhegoodka Geeska Afrika: hordhac
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Cilmi-Dhegoodka Geeska Afrika: hordhac

Soomaalida waa dad dhaqan ahaan aan hidde u lahaan jirin inay wax qoraan. Taasi waxay…

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Ethiopian women are the new face of African leadership
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Ethiopian women are the new face of African leadership

Lama helo wadaadow, waxaan cidi ku hawsheene! (Ohi my people! nothing good is got for…

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Transitioning from Oral to a Written Culture: The Impact of Hargeysa International Book Fair
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Transitioning from Oral to a Written Culture: The Impact of Hargeysa International Book Fair

Much more than just a book fair: the HIBF engages in transforming the society in…

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