Document Type

Interview

Publication Date

11-6-2008

Subjects

Endangered languages -- Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone -- Social life and customs, Kim language -- Sierra Leone

Disciplines

African Languages and Societies | Applied Linguistics

Abstract

Brief audio file in which Fasia Kolia talks about a ghost (jina) that used to be found in a cotton tree.

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Location

Africa, Sierra Leone, Nyandehun

Participants

Hannah Sarvasy (creator), Tucker Childs (contributor), Fasia "Boboi" Kolia (subject), Mariama Khain (subject), Yema (Kema) Janga (subject)

Languages

Kim, English

ISO 639

kia, eng

Bundle ID

081106_22

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/30050

081106_22.odt (17 kB)
OpenOffice transcript

081106_22.pdf (72 kB)
Interview pdf

081106_22[1].wav (17125 kB)
WAV interview audio

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