Bogoras's 1901 Itelmen Notebooks

Bogoras's 1901 Itelmen Notebooks

Vol. 1 Texts

Jonathan David Bobaljik (Hrsg.), Maria Pupynina (Hrsg.), Arzhaana Syuryun (Hrsg.)

Geistes-, Sozial- & Kulturwissenschaften


288 Seiten

ISBN-13: 9783942883788

Verlag: Verlag der Kulturstiftung Sibirien

Erscheinungsdatum: 06.07.2023

Sprache: Englisch

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This volume is the first in a planned series presenting the previously unpublished Itelmen material in Waldemar Bogoras's Itelmen notebooks from January and February 1901. The original notebooks are held in the Archives of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg. This first volume presents the Itelmen language folktales and narratives from the notebooks. This volume includes reproductions of the notebook pages with faithful transcriptions on facing pages, as well as standardized renderings in contemporary Itelmen with interlinear gloss and free translation in English and Russian, and also Bogoras' own notes and additional notes by the editor.

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Jonathan David Bobaljik

Jonathan David Bobaljik (Hrsg.)

Jonathan David Bobaljik is Professor of Linguistics at Harvard University. His main interests are Morphology and Syntax, Linguistic Universals, Endangered Languages and their Preservation, Arctic Languages, and Germanic and Slavic Languages. He has been involved in the documentation of Itelmen in Kamchatka since the 1990s.

Maria Pupynina

Maria Pupynina (Hrsg.)

Maria Pupynina works at the Institute for Linguistic Studies, St. Petersburg. In the beginning of her career she worked on the Chukchi language, studying its grammar and distribution. She received her PhD in 2012, and in 2014 started her work with the western variety of Chukchi and its contacts with other indigenous languages of the Lower Kolyma region (Even, Yukaghir, Yakut [Sakha] and Russian). Currently her scientific interests lie in the sphere of comparative studies of Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages.

Arzhaana Syuryun

Arzhaana Syuryun (Hrsg.)

Arzhaana Syuryun works at the Institute of Linguistics, Moscow. Until January 2023 she worked at the Institute for Linguistic Studies, Saint-Petersburg. Her main interests are the grammar of Tuvan, the Tofan language, Endangered Languages, their Documentation, Preservation and Development, and descriptive linguistics. She received her PhD in 2011 under the supervision of Professor A. P. Volodin and took part in several projects transcribing Inuit-Yup'ik and Chukchi materials.

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