The project documents the Tima language as spoken by the people living in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. All data were collected between 2007-2012.
- The data base contains many photos (on material culture, places, plants, etc.), audio- and video-recording of daily life activities, stories, elicitations and cultural events.
- The outcome includes two doctoral dissertations (on Phonetic and Phonology and Nominal Morphology), and research articles on Tima.
- You can also find a dictionary (Toolbox-database) and language learning materials.
The Documentation Team:
The PI of the project is Gerrit J. Dimmendaal. Researchers on the team are Abdelrahim Mugaddam, Abeer Bashir, Suzan Alamin, Meike Meerpohl and Gertrud Schneider-Blum. Meikal Mumin and Nico Nassenstein helped us with regard to archiving the data.