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Bangwa, Mok and Mundani Peoples
Title: Bangwa, Mok and Mundani Peoples
Title alternative: of Lebialem Division in South West Cameroon
Creator: Lockhart, Vincent
Abstract: Some full text documents about the Bangwa, Mok und Mundani in South West Cameroon. [editors ilissAfrica]
Table of contents: Robert Brain
* The Bangwa of West Cameroon - University College of London, 1967.
* Friends and Twins in Bangwa. - From: 'Man in Africa', edited by Mary Douglas, London, Tavistock, 1970.
Robert Brain and Adam Pollock
* Bangwa Funerary Sculpture - Duckworth, London, 1971.
Elizabeth Dunstan
* A Bangwa Account of Early Encounters with the German Colonial Administration - Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria, Vol. III, No. 2. 1965.
Fuankem Achankeng
* The Decline of lefua in Nweh
Vincent Lockhart
* A Social-Historical Study of Social Change among the Bangwa of Cameroon - Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, Occasional Paper No. 52, 1994.
* Inculturation and Social Change among the Savannah Peoples of Western Cameroon - New College, University of Edinburgh, 1996.
Keywords: Cameroon; social change; colonial history; twin; Mundani; Ngwe / Nweh
Countries: Cameroon
Subject areas: Language » Languages of African Origin;
Ethnology » Identity;
Ethnology » Material Culture;
Ethnology » Customs & Rituals;
Culture & Arts » Fine Arts;
History & Geography » History since 1850
Resource type: Country reports;
Collections of Theses and Dissertations
Language: English
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