Cameroon Reading

TransConflict recommends the following books for those interested in learning more about the history, politics and culture of Cameroon.

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Literature and First-Hand Accounts

Your Madness, Not Mine: Stories of Cameroon (Monographs in International Studies, Africa)
– by Makuchi
Man No be God: Bushdoctor in Cameroon
– by Dieter Lemke

Academic and Policy-Oriented

The Intestines of the State: Youth, Violence and Belated Histories in the Cameroon Grassfields – by Nicolas Argenti
The End of French Rule in Cameroon – by Martin Atangana
Men Own the Fields, Women Own the Crops: Gender and Power in the Cameroon Grassfields – by Miriam Goheen

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