Work Description

Title: Dogon Bankan Tey (Walo) Audio Files Open Access Deposited
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  • Digitized cassettes made on a tape recorder
  • Bankan Tey is a Dogon language spoken in the village complex Walo (also spelled Oualo) near Douentza in central Mali. It is closely related to Ben Tey within Dogon. As of May 2018, Bankan Tey remains on my “to do” list in terms of grammatical description and texts. These recordings were made in Walo in 2011 and have not yet been transcribed although there is a fair chance I will be able to work on them in the next few years. If nothing materializes before 2022, I authorize other linguists to transcribe, translate, and/or analyse the texts. 2011 side A 2011 side B
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  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
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  • various
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Last modified
  • 08/21/2019
  • 03/15/2019
To Cite this Work:
Heath, J. (2019). Dogon Bankan Tey (Walo) Audio Files [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue.


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