Folklorist Van Deusen has assembled 25 legends from the oral tradition of the Chukkchi and Yupik cultures in eastern . dramatically introduces the reader to contemporary lives and histories of Chukchi and Siberian Yupik people living in Chukota.
Folklorist Van Deusen has assembled 25 legends from the oral tradition of the Chukkchi and Yupik cultures in eastern Siberia. Over centuries, native elders have captured their history, beliefs, perspectives, and morals in verbally transmitted stories handed down through generations. Like signposts, these traditional tales contain treasured truths of the past.
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Asian studies, Folklore, Social Science, Sociology, Siberia, Folklore & Mythology - Storytelling, Folklore & Mythology, Chukchi, Chukchi Peninsula, Russia (Federation), Tales, Yupik Eskimos. University of Washington Press.
Van Deusen, Kira, 1946-. Publication, Distribution, et. Seattle ; London. University of Washington Press ; Edmonton. Canadian Circumpolar Institute (CCI) Press, (c)1999. Physical Description: xvii, 190 p. : il. map ;, 24 cm. by Lessons of experience in the developing worldby Michael Michaely, Demetris Papageorgiou, and Armeane M. Choksi. Blackwell (c)1991 Author: Papageorgiou, Demetris Verfasser (DE-588)151719802 Author: Choksi, Armeane M. Verfasser (DE-588)153449624.
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Raven and the Rock : Storytelling in Chukotka. In this book she presents twenty-five tales and legends in English translation. By (author) Kira Van Deusen. Storyteller and folklorist Kira Van Deusen has collected traditional Chukchi and Yupik folktales from present-day Chukotka where indigenous people are reclaiming their traditions and identity after years under the assimilative forces of Soviet policy.
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This collection contains twenty five tales from present-day Chukotka where indigenous people are reclaiming their traditions and identity after years under the assimilative forces of Soviet policy.
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