Daniela Merolla is Professor of African literature at the Department of languages and African cultures, Institute of the Arts in society (LUCAS), University of Leiden (Netherlands). She is the Director of the audio-visual series Verba Africana.
Paulette Rathore-Doko, LLACAN (language, languages and Cultures in black Africa – UMR CNRS 8135), INALCO, Labex EFL. She is Director Emeritus CNRS, specialist research of the language and culture of a population of hunter-gatherers – farmers West of the Central
Christiane Seydou is Director of honorary research at LLACAN (language, languages and Cultures in black Africa – UMR CNRS 8135). His research focuses more specifically on the Fulani literature of Massina (Mali).
Cécile Leguy is Professor of linguistic anthropology at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 and member of the LACITO (diapers and civilization in Tradition oral – UMR CNRS 7107). His field research are largely devoted to the modalities
Jean derived is Professor Emeritus at the University of Savoie and researcher at the LLACAN (language, languages and Cultures in black Africa – UMR CNRS 8135). Its research themes focused on comparative literature (African literatures, francophonie) and the (African orality)