- Heath, Jeffrey
- Bunoge is a Dogon language spoken in Boudou and two neighboring villages in central Mali. These texts were recorded in the original Boudou village (perched on a peak) in 2015. The content of the texts is: 2015-01 greetings and initial conversations; 2015-02 history of Boudou, part 1; 2015-03 history of Boudou, part 2; 2015-04 farming methods; 2015-05 carts and gardening; 2015-06 farming; 2015-07 wells, road, and school; 2015-08 tale; 2015-09 tale. Heath, A grammar of Bunoge, is electronically published (2017) at Language Description Heritage Library http://ldh.clld.org/2017/03/01/escidoc2417511/ with backup copy at Deep Blue documents. http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/139023 DOI is 10.17617/2.2417511 At the end of the grammar are formatted transcriptions/translations of 2015-02, 2015-03, 2015-05, 2015-08, and 2015-09. The remaining texts (2015-01, 2015-04, 2015-06, and 2015-07) have not been transcribed as of May 2018. I grant permission to other scholars to transcribe, translate, and/or analyse these texts.
- Bunoge Boudou, Dogon, Mali, Audio, and Recording
- Citation to related publication:
- Moran, Steven & Forkel, Robert & Heath, Jeffrey (eds.) 2016. Dogon and Bangime Linguistics. Jena: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. http://dogonlanguages.org and Heath, Jeffrey. 2017. A grammar of Bunoge (Dogon, Mali). [Ann Arbor]: Univ. of Michigan. Available at https://doi.org/10.17617/2.2417511 and https://ldh.clld.org/sources/item_2417511
- Dogon Bunoge Boudou Audio Files