The team unites linguists and anthropologists from both Cameroon and Germany and includes:
Prof. Roland Kießling (PI, Hamburg), Dr. Evelyn Fogwe (PI, Buea), Dr. Pius Akumbu (Buea), Dr. Robert Akoko (Buea), Emmanuel Tabah, M.A. (Buea), Jude Nformi Awasom, M.A. (Buea), Viktoria Kempf, M.A. (Hamburg), Pamela Sama B.A. (Buea).
Essential for the work of the project is the help and assistence from the Bezen community. Among them, Arama Fidelis and Christopher Kunatu have been reliable collaborators. Many other Bezen residents contributed shelter, food and water, but also tales, riddles and stories. We are grateful for your support!
Dr. Robert Akoko, Fon Omah Jama Lucas, Dr. Evelyn Fogwe and Mathew Fonbod together with an elderly farmer (in the middle).
Emmanuel Tabah, Dr. Pius Akumbu
Viktoria Kempf, Jude N. Awasom, Pamela Sama
Prof. Roland Kießling together with language assistants Arama Fidelis and Amah Robert Shita.
Language assistant Kilang Martin Alhaji
Pa Joseph and Andreas Amah