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Publications and presentations by KAMEI Nobutaka.
Research interests of KAMEI Nobutaka. Studies on the Deaf communities and sign languages in Africa - Fieldwork in Cameroon and Gabon.
Surdité en Afrique. 8. GABON: École Nationale des sourds Muets, B.P.13206 Libreville
Rich, J. A workman Is worthy of his meat: Labor disputes, food and identity in Colonial Libreville 1860-1900.
(2006, December 25). History of Deaf people and sign languages in Africa: Fieldwork in the "kingdom" derived from Andrew J. Foster. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten Co., Ltd. 月刊言語』書評で紹介 (2007年6月号) 毎日新聞全国版の書評で紹介 (2007/02/18)『アフリカのろう者と手話の歴史』刊行 (2006/12/25)