Title

Tommy Kwemie

Document Type

Interview

Publication Date

4-4-2009

Subjects

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

Disciplines

African Languages and Societies | Applied Linguistics

Abstract

In this interview, Tommy Kwemie (Kwemi) is interviewed by Momoh Fofana, and speaks on a variety of subjects, including family history, work, and what life was like when he was young.

Introductions by Tucker Childs, in English, then Mohamed Daramy in Mende, to 3:11. The purpose was to show one approach to data collection.

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Location

Africa, Sierra Leone, Blama

Participants

Bart Childs (creator), Tucker Childs (contributor), Momo Fofana (subject), Tom Braima (subject), Hannah Sarvasy (transcriber), Tɔmi Ngombu (transcription consultant)

Languages

Bom, English

ISO 639

bmf, eng

Bundle ID

090404_08

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/30202

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