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Humanist Archives: Oct. 5, 2021, 7:43 a.m. Humanist 35.277 - pubs: Vestiges 7.2 (2021)

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        Date: 2021-10-04 17:59:51+00:00
        From: David Zeitlyn <>
        Subject: Vestiges: new issue announcement (2021) Vol 7 n 2

Dear all

we are happy to announce the publication of Vestiges journal vol 7 (2) for 2021.

This includes an important new translation of a Hausa language Nigerian
published history of Donga, plus with permission from Gara Donga, the original
Hausa text as well


  *   Practical archiving in a time of covid
  the editors pp. 1-2  English web version
  L'archivage pratique à l'heure du covid
  Version web Français
  *   'Les difficultés liées à la collecte des données en histoire au Cameroun :
  le cas des données d’archives et des sources orales.' 
  ( par Nanfack Cyril Kenfack, et Tchuenchié
  Josué Modjom. pp. 3-16.

  *   'In search of Hauptmann Strümpell: A case study of one man’s bibliographical legacy.' 
  by Bob Ladd. pp. 17-27.

  *   The histories of an enlightened ruler: Malam Muhamman Bitemya Sambo,
  Garbosa II of Donga, Central Nigeria   ( by Richard Fardon and Graham Furniss, with additional photographs provided by Bobga Bobzom. pp 28-61

  *   History and Customs of the Chamba (originally published 1956)
  By M. S. Garbosa II (Gara Donga). Translated by Graham Furniss and Richard Fardon pp 62-159

  *   Appendix: Garbosa's original Hausa Text. Scanned to pdf only
  The History and Customs of the Chamba 
  ( Part 1. 
  Labarun Chambawa da Al’amurransu
  The Family Trees of the Chiefs of Donga Part 2. Kashi Na Biyu. 
  Salsalar Sarakunan Donga

David Z for the editors

David Zeitlyn,
Professor of Social Anthropology (research). ORCID: 0000-0001-5853-7351
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, School of Anthropology and Museum
University of Oxford, 51 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6PF, UK. The Virtual Institute of Mambila Studies

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