Deaf cultures and Sign Languages of the world: Gabon (Gabon)

Created 10 April 2000, links updated monthly with the help of LinkAlarm.

Gabonese flag David Bar-TzurGabonese flag

map of Gabon

Flag: World flag database.
Map: Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection.

For a quick, interesting resource for facts about this and other countries,
try Mystic Planet - The New Age directory of Planet Earth.

Note: A flag next to a link shows what language the website is in. If it is followed by this icon: (video camera: This links to a video), it is a video in that spoken language. If it is followed by this icon: Sign Language icon, it is in the sign language of that country. If a globe is followed by this hands icon, there is an animated text in International Gesture.

Deaf culture Deaf education & youth Deaf history and current events Gabon Sign Language

Deaf culture

Angouono, S. (2007, Fall). Life in Gabon.

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.

Deaf education & youth

Surdité en Afrique. 8. GABON: École Nationale des sourds Muets, B.P.13206 Libreville

Deaf history and current events

Rich, J. A workman Is worthy of his meat: Labor disputes, food and identity in Colonial Libreville 1860-1900.

Gabon Sign Language

stained glass ballKamei, N.