Vol III, Issue 4 (Fall 1996). Africa Update is the quarterly newsletter of the Central Connecticut State University African Studies Program.
The virtual Institute of Mambila Studies seeks to collate and connect the different research and researchers with an interest in the Mambila people of the Nigeria - Cameroon borderland and their neighbours.
Papers on Cameroon society and culture.
Provides academic resources on the Bangwa, Mok and Mundani peoples of Lebialem Division in South West Cameroon, West Africa.
Culture and music of the Baka Pygmies. Includes the fieldwork and the initiation in the forest of a young Italian ethnomusicologist.
Information about the living languages of the African country including population, region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
Alan Parkinson's army and military experiences whilst serving in the Kings Own Royal Border Regiment as a national serviceman in the Cameroons.
Honoring the late Dr. Bernard Fonlon, leading Cameroonian teacher, philosopher, essayist, poet, nationalist, Africanist and human rights activist.
Provides contact information for groups of women helping others.
Database of profiles of prominent people, arranged by name and category. Includes the arts, business, education, media, professions, religion, politics and sports.