Language Standardisation, Language Endangerment and Revitalisation, Language Description and Documentation, Ngwo Language Teaching and Learning, Sociolinguistics and Ethnolinguistics, Language Translation.
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2022. The basics of revitalising endangered Cameroonian languages: The Ngwo experience. In Chiatoh, Blasius Agha-ah and James Tasah Ngoin (eds). Perspectives on Language Endangerment. Chi?in?u: Generis Publishing, 71-89.
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2021. The relevance of the General Alphabet of Cameroonian Languages in contest: The Engwo perspective. Scholars International Journal of Linguistics and Literature 4 (11): 359–367. https://saudijournals.com/journal-details/sijll/100/1077
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2017. Tone pedagogy for Cameroonian languages with exemplification from Engwo. Syllabus –Série Lettres et Sciences Humaines 7 (1): 201-222.
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2011. Engwo Lexicon: Engwo-English / English-Engwo. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2009. Tone Melodies in Mbembe. Yaounde: Cameroon Association for Bible Translation and Literacy (CABTAL).
- Eyoh, Julius A. and Echebi Emmanuel Sandamu. 2009. Mbembe Orthography Guide. Yaounde: Cameroon Association for Bible Translation and Literacy (CABTAL).
- Eyoh, Julius A. 2009. Phonological retardation in language acquisition: A case study of some children at the Etoug-Ebe Handicap Centre Primary School in Yaounde. African Journal of Applied Linguistics (AJAL) 6: 229–240.
- Eyoh, Julius and Robert Hedinger 2008. Mfumte Orthography Guide. Yaounde: The National Association of Cameroon Languages Committees (NACALCO).
Summary of research topic in the CL&CK project
The quest for change and its implications as evidenced in colonial letters from British Southern Cameroons
The quest for change is a human characteristic that has lasted since the existence of humanity, and can be studied in the precolonial, colonial and/or post-colonial times. From letters written during British colonisation of Southern Cameroons (1916-1961), I try to bring out attitudes, implications, the language used and the strategies put in place by different actors either to achieve change or to resist it. Implications here refer to the possible future effects of an action, event or decision. Whether it is to initiate change or to resist it, the actors involved employ different attitudinal strategies and a form of language that they use. I make a retrospection of the struggles and challenges faced by the colonised and coloniser in either effecting or resisting change as evidenced in the colonial letters. In most of the situations, while the coloniser has put in place colonial structures (in different domains) to maintain the status quo, the colonised seek for change for their own interest. The domains for change (and which sometime overlap) can be diverse, ranging from political, administrative, cultural, economic, infrastructural, institutional, psychological, among others.