Library Highlight: New from CERDOTOLA, Cameroon: On languages and identity

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The ASCL Library recently acquired a number of books from CERDOTOLA (International Centre for research and documentation on African traditions and languages), based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. For example, Volume 2 of the Atlas linguistique du Cameroun is a bibliography on Cameroonian languages that includes references to works of different disciplines (anthropology, botany, zoology, geography, history), in so far as they contain lexical or other information on one or more Cameroonian languages. And in the collective work The Grassfields of Cameroon, researchers from different disciplines examine the construction of the identity or maybe the identities of this region. Read the latest Library Highlight!