Anthropology and Sociology

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Adama, Hamadou. "Islam et relations interethniques dans le Diamaré (Nord-Cameroun)." Histoire et Anthropologie (Strasbourg) 18-19 (1999): pp. 280-309.

Adama, Hamadou. "The New Naming System Among the Fulani of Northern Cameroon." Journal of Nomadic Studies (Kaduna) 3 (2000): pp. 99-100.

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Ade, Achu. African Marriage. Buea: Afosi Bros. Bookshop, 1980.

Agheneza, Zipporah Engow. The Status of rural Women Farm-Household Systems: A Case Study in Ngie Clan in the Northwest Province of Cameroon. Ph.D., Michigan State University, 2003.

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Ardener, Edwin. Kingdom on Mount Cameroon: studies in the history of the Cameroon Coast, 1500-1970 edited by Shirley Ardener. Cameroon Studies. Providence, RI and Oxford, UK. [Review by Bruce Connell available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford 28, no. 3 (1997): pp. 358-360.]

Ardener, Edwin. "The Plantations and the People of Victoria Division," in Kingdom on Mount Cameroon : studies in the history of the Cameroon Coast, 1500-1970 edited by Shirley Ardener, pp. 151-226. Providence: Berghahn Books, 1996.

Ardener, Edwin. "Witchcraft, economics and the continuity of belief," in Kingdom on Mount Cameroon : studies in the history of the Cameroon Coast, 1500-1970 edited by Shirley Ardener, pp. 243-260. Providence: Berghahn Books, 1996.

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Balfour, Patrick. Lords of the Equator: An African Journey. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1939.

Barbier, Jean-Claude. "Colonisation agricole et référence au milieu urbain: exemple des villages pionniers de l'opération Yabassi-Bafang, au nord-est de Douala (Cameroun)." Cahiers ORSTOM, série Sciences Humaines 10, no. 2-3 (1973): pp. 203-216.

Barley, Nigel. Adventures in a Mud Hut: An Innocent Anthropologist Abroad. New York: The Vanguard Press, 1983.

Barley, Nigel. Ceremony: An Anthropologist's Misadventures in the African Bush. New York: Henry Holt and Company, Inc., 1986.

Barley, Nigel. The Innocent Anthropologist: Notes from a Mud Hut. New York: Henry Holt and Company, Inc, 1992. [Reviewed by Roy Dilley, review available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 16, no. 3 (1985): pp. 240-243.]

Barley, Nigel. A Plague of Caterpillars: A Return to the African Bush. Harmondsworth, England: Viking, 1986.

Barley, Nigel. Symbolic Structures: An Exploration of the Culture of the Dowayos. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press; Paris: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1983. [Reviewed by Roy Dilley, review available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 16, no. 3 (1985): pp. 240-243.]

Baeke, Viviane. "Wuli Witchcraft." JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford Special Issue 'Mama for Story': Studies in the Ethnography of Cameroon in Honour of Sally Chilver 26, no. 1 (1995): pp. 21-41.

Barbier, Jean-Claude. "Opérations de développement et histoire des populations: cas de l'opération Yabassi-Bafang (Cameroun)." Cahiers ORSTOM, série Sciences Humaines 16, no. 1-2 (1979): pp. 129-152.

Bekombo, M. "Famille, hiérarchie et succession chez les Dwala." Droit et Culture 8 (1984): pp. 15-28.

Besingi, T.B. The Motivation for Participation in Community Development in Cameroon. M.Ed., Manchester, 1982.

Bot Ba Njogk, Henri-Marcel. "Prééminences sociales et système politico-religieux dans la société traditionnelle Bulu et Fang." Journal de la Société des Africanistes 30, no. 2 (1960): pp. 151-171.

Bouly de Lesdain, Sophie. "Migration camerounaise et sorcellerie en France." Revue europeénnes des migrations internationales 10, no. 3 (1994): pp. 153-174.

Boursier, D. Enquete sur l'anthropologie Baka. Unpublished manuscript, n.d.

Boutrais, Jean. "Nderkaaku : la folle jeunesse chez les Foulbé de l'Adamaoua." Journal des Africanistes (Paris) 72, no. 1 (2002): pp. 165-181.

Boutrais, Jean, et. al. Le Nord du Cameroun: des homes, une region. Mémoires ORSTOM, No. 102. Paris: Editions de l'office de la recherche scientifique et technique outre-mer, 1984.

Boyer, P. "The ‘Empty' Concepts of Traditional Thinking: A Semantic and Pragmatic Description." Man 21, no. 1 (1986): pp. 50-64.

Brain, Robert. Bangwa Kinship and Marriage. London: Cambridge University Press, 1972.

Brain, Robert. "Bangwa (Western Bamileke) Marriage Wards." Africa London) 39, no. 1 (January 1969).

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Burnham, Philip. Opportunity and Constraint in a Savanna Society: The Gbaya of Meiganga, Cameroon. Studies in Anthropology. London and New York: Academic Press Inc., 1980.

Burnham, Philip. "Political Relationships on the Eastern Marches of Adamawa in the Nineteenth Century," in African Crossroads: Intersections between History and Anthropology in Cameroon edited by Ian Fowler and David Zeitlyn, pp. 45-61. Cameroon Studies 2. Providence, RI and Oxford: Berghahn, 1996.

Burnham, Philip. The Politics of Cultural Difference in Northern Cameroon. International African Library 17. London: Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute, 1996.

Cabot, J. and R. Diziain. Population du Moyen Logone: Cameroun et Tchad. L'homme d'outre-mer: comptes rendus de missions et etudes, No. 1. Paris: Office de la recherché scientifique et technique outré-mer, 1955.

Champion, Françoise. "Le Destin de la tête: le culte des crânes chez les Koma du Cameroun," in Morts et rites funéraires dans le bassin du lac Tchad/Deqth and Funeral Rites in the Lake Chad Basin edited by Catherine Baroin, Daniel Barreteau, and Charlotte von Graffenried, pp. ????. Colloques et Séminaires. Paris: Editions de l'ORSTOM, 1995.

Champion, Françoise. "Le Mort circoncis: le culte des crânes dans la population de la Haute Bénoué (Cameroun/Nigeria)," in Le deuil et ses rites edited by Danouta Liberski, pp. ????. Système de pensée en Afrique noire 9. Ivry, France: URA 211 Ecole pratique des hautes études, 1989.

Chilver, Sally. "Accidental Collisions: A Personal Memoir Transcribed and Edited by Mitzi Goheen and Eugenia Shanklin." JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford Special Issue 'Mama for Story': Studies in the Ethnography of Cameroon in Honour of Sally Chilver 26, no. 1 (1995): pp. 5-19.

Chilver, Sally. "Bibliography of Sally Chilver." JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford Special Issue 'Mama for Story': Studies in the Ethnography of Cameroon in Honour of Sally Chilver 26, no. 1 (1995): pp. 111-117.

Chilver, Sally. "Letter to V. G. Fanso." JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford Special Issue 'Mama for Story': Studies in the Ethnography of Cameroon in Honour of Sally Chilver 26, no. 1 (1995): pp. 105-110.

Chouala, Yves Alexandre. "Galanterie masculine et 'aliénation objective" de la femme: la légitimation féminine d'un 'habitus andocentrique'." Polis 9, no. spéc. (2002): pp. 153-175.

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Conrau, Gustav. “Bei den nördlinchen Bangwa und im Land der Kabo und Basosi.” Mitteilungen von Forschungsreisenden und Gelehrten aus den deutschen Schutzgebieten (Berlin) 12 (1899): pp. 210-218.

Cournarie, Pierre. "Notes sommaires sur les pratiques divinatoirs des populations de la circonscription de Yaoundé" Journal des Africanistes 6, no. 1 (1936): pp. 35-39.

Cuingnet, Michel. "Les Mada: Contribution à l'étude des populations du Nord-Cameroun." Bulletin de l'IFAN, série b 30, no. 3 (1968): pp. 1062-1146.

The Cultural Identity of Cameroon. Yaoundé: Ministry of Information and Culture, Department of Cultural Affairs and ABC Press, 1985.

David, Nicholas and Yves Le Bléis. Dokwaza: Last of the African Iron Masters. [videorecording] Calgary: University of Calgary, 1988.

Deboudaud, J. and P. H. Chombart de Lauwe. "Carte schématique des populations du Cameroun." Journal de la Société des Africanistes 9, no. 2 (1939): pp. 197-204.

de Latour Dejean, Charles-Henri. "La structure parentale dans une chefferie Bamiléké du ndè au Cameroun." Journal des africanistes 46, no. 1-2 (1976): pp. 95-103.

Delpech, Bernard. "Un essai de prospective sociale: esquisse d'une communauté pionnière imaginaire par de jeunes ruraux sud-camerounais." Cahiers ORSTOM, série Sciences Humaines 16, no. 1-2 (1979): pp. 153-176.

Delpech, Bernard. "A travers le feuillage du cacaoyer : changements dans la société éton du Cameroun méridional." Cahiers ORSTOM, série Sciences Humaines 17, no. 3-4 (1980): pp. 273-277.

Dillon, R. G. Ranking and Resistance: A Precolonial African Polity in Regional Perspective. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1990. [Review by David Zeitlyn available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 24, no. 1 (1993): pp. 77-79.]

Dkamela, Guy Patrice and Phil René Oyono. "Pouvoirs, argent et recomposition sociale chez les Pygmées Baka de l'Est-Cameroun." Africa (Rome) 58, no. 3/4 (2003): pp. 340-355.

Dodd, R. Baka Hunters and Gatherers of South-East Cameroon. Field Report No. 1. Unpublished manuscript, 1978.

Dodd, R. Report on Anthropological Research Carried Out Among the Baka Hunters and Gatherers of South-East Cameroon. Unpublished manuscript, 1979.

Dognin, René. "L'installation des Djafoun dans l'Adamaoua camerounais: la djakka chez les Peul de l'Adamaoua," in Contribution de la recherche ethnologique à l'histoire des civilisations du Cameroun edited by C. Tardits, pp. 139-57. Colloques internationaux du C.N.R.S. Paris: C.N.R.S., 1981.

Dupire, Marguerite and Marquis de Tressan. "Pharmacopée Peule du Niger et du Cameroun." Bulletin de l'institut français d'Afrique noire (Dakar) Vol. 19B, No. 3/4 (jouill.-oct. 1957): pp. 382-417.

Ebot, W.A. Witchcraft and Sorcery Among the Ejagham (West Cameroon), With an Ethnographical Introduction. Ph.D., Leeds, 1978.

Edwards, Adrian C. "The Blacksmith and the Rainmaker Among the Verre." in Forges et forgerons edited by Yves Monino, pp. ????. Actes du colloque Méga-Tchad CNRS/ORSTOM. Paris: Editions de l'ORSTOM, 1991.

Eguchi, Miriam Joy. Aspects of the Life Style and Culture of Women in the Fulbe Districts of Maroua. Kyoto University African Studies 8, edited by Tadao Umesao. Kyoto: The Committee of the Kyoto University Africa Primatological Expedition, Kyoto University, 1973.

Eguchi, Paul Kazuhisa. "Beer Drinking and Festivals among the Hide." Kyoto University African Studies 9 (1975): pp. 69-90.

Ejedepang-Koge, S.N. The Tradition of a People, Bakossi: A Historico-Socio-Anthropological Study of One of Cameroon's Bantu Peoples. Revised Edition. Washington, D.C.: S.N. Ejedepang-Koge, 1986.

Ekambi, Jacqueline Moutome. "Les étudiants: la vie, l'amour, et les études." African Studies Review 46, no. 2 (2003): pp. 37-60.

Endeley, David Maffany Liffafe. Bakweri Customs and Traditions with Selected Proverbs (Translated into English). Buea, Cameroon: Fako Division, Republic of Cameroon, 1985.

Engama, Célestin (Mfufub-Evu). La grande invitation aux valeurs créatives, morales et spirituelles de nos traditions. Collection Betara. Yaoundé: Editions Idenou, 1987.

Engard, Ronald K. Bringing the Outside In: Commensality and Incorporation in Bafut Myth, Ritual, Art and Social Organization. Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University, 1986.

Faraut, François. "Les Mboum," in Contribution de la recherche ethnologique à l'histoire des civilisations du Cameroun/The Contribution of Ethnological Research to the History of Cameroon Cultures edited by Claude Tardits, vol. 1, pp. 159-169. Colloques internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 551. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1981.

Faraut, François. "Les populations mbum de l'Adamaoua (Cameroun)." L'Homme (Paris) 12, no. 2 (1972): pp. 140-144.

Fardon, Richard. "Pere and Chamba: A Report on Comparative Researches in Adamawa, North Cameroon." Ngaoundéré-Anthropos (Tromso) 4 (1999): pp. 5-52.

Fardon, Richard. Raiders and Refugees: Trends in Chamba Political Development, 1750-1950. Smithsonian Series in Ethnographic Inquiry. Washington, D.C.: Smithosonian Institution Press, 1988. [Reviewed by David Zeitlyn, review available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 21, no. 2 (1990): pp. 225-227.]

Fardon, Richard. "Secrecy and Sociability: Two Problems of Chamba Knowledge," in Power and Knowledge: Anthropological and Sociological Approaches: Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of St. Andrews in December 1982, edited by Richard Fardon. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1985. [Book reviewed by Jeremy MacClancy, review available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 17, no. 3 (1986): pp. 260-262.]

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Forkl, Hermann. "Innerafrikanische Akkulturation bei den Wad'ela, einem Stamm der Kerdi-Mur< (Nordkamerun)," in Festschrift Lazlo Vajda edited by Claudius Müller and Hans-Joachim Paproth, pp. 63-77. Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 1. Munich: Hirmer, 1988.

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Fowler, Ian and David Zeitlyn, eds. African Crossroads: Intersections Between History and Anthropology in Cameroon. Cameroon Studies. Providence, RI and Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books, 1996. [Review by Bruce Connell available online in JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford 28, no. 3 (1997): pp. 360-362.]

Fowler, Ian and David Zeitlyn. "Introduction." JASO: Journal of the Anthopological Society of Oxford Special Issue 'Mama for Story': Studies in the Ethnography of Cameroon in Honour of Sally Chilver 26, no. 1 (1995): pp. 1-4.

Fowler, Ian and David Zeitlyn. "Introduction: The Grassfields and the Tikar," in African Crossroads: Intersections between History and Anthropology in Cameroon edited by Ian Fowler and David Zeitlyn, pp. 1-16. Cameroon Studies 2. Providence, RI and Oxford: Berghahn, 1996.

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