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Title: Central Mali hunting and collecting documentaries Open Access Deposited

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Methodology
  • shooting video footage and editing into documentaries.
Description
  • These videos were shot in Dogon villages. They show how wild foods (insects and plants) are obtained and consumed. Most are presented here in three video formats.
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  • jheath@umich.edu
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Funding agency
  • National Science Foundation (NSF)
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Citations to related material
  • 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
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Last modified
  • 04/02/2020
Published
  • 05/09/2018
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DOI
  • https://doi.org/10.7302/24wy-af50
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To Cite this Work:
Heath, J. (2018). Central Mali hunting and collecting documentaries [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/24wy-af50

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These videos were made as a byproduct of linguistic fieldwork in villages in central Mali between 2011 and 2014. Topics covered in these videos are: wild fonio (Panicum laetum) grain collecting, Bozo fishing with nets, hunting for edible grasshoppers, harvesting water lily tubers and fruits, and collecting honey from manmade beehives. The videos are in documentary form and are captioned in English, also mentioning relevant vocabulary in the featured native language. Primary funding by National Science Foundation and Guggenheim Foundation.

INVENTORY

Title: wild fonio Panicum laeteum Tupere 2011
Formats: Audio Video Interleave (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) and Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Recorded in Tupere near Boni, Mali in October 2011.
Length 2:30.
Description: Shows how wild fonio (Panicum laetum) grains were collected in baskets as crisis foods. With captions in English.
Camera and editing by Jeffrey Heath.

Title: Bozo net fishers Little Djenne
Formats: Audio Video Interleave (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) and Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Recorded near Mopti, Mali in 2014.
Length 3:05.
Description: Documentary that shows Bozos fishing with nets in Niger River. Captions in English.
Camera by Minkailou Djiguiba. Editing and titles by Jeffrey Heath.

Title: Grasshopper hunt Beni 2011
Formats: Audio Video Interleave (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) and Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Recorded in Beni, Mali in 2011.
Length 4:51.
Description: Documentary showing how edible grasshoppers are hunted, cooked, and eaten before the millet harvest. With English captions.
Camera, editing, and titles by Jeffrey Heath. Assistant Salif Morogoye.
The language featured in this video is Ben Tey (Dogon)

Title: Collecting honey Beni 2011
Formats: Audio Video Interleave (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) and Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Recorded in Beni, Mali in 2011.
Length 8:48.
Description: Documentary showing how honey is removed from artificial beehives in trees. With captions in English.
Camera by Minkailou Djiguiba. Editing and titles by Jeffrey Heath.
Beekeeper Hamadou Morogoye.
The language featured in this video is Ben Tey (Dogon).

Title: Water lily harvent Beni 2011
Formats: Audio Video Interleave (.avi), Quicktime (.qt) and Windows Media Video (.wmv)
Recorded in Beni, Mali in 2011.
Length 6:33.
Description: Shows how water lily fruits and root tubers are collected from a pond, cooked, and eaten. With captions in English.
Camera by Minkailou Djiguiba. Editing and titles by Jeffrey Heath.
The language featured in this video is Ben Tey (Dogon).

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