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ELDP MDP0259;
Kak_narty_delatj;
Kak_narty_delatj_nado;
ELDP MDP0259;
Kak_narty_delatj

ContributorGevlich
ContributorYugina
ContributorFilchenko
ContributorKurganskaja
ContributorKovylin
ContributorMaksimova
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-25T10:00:18Z
dc.date.available2021-07-25T10:00:18Z
Identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1150489%2523
Identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1150489
IdentifierELDP%20MDP0259
dc.identifier.urihttps://linghub.org/handle/123456789/1025707
DescriptionHow one must make sleds
DescriptionPhD student. scanning of the manuscripts.
Descriptionborn in Pudino of Parabel district, parents - Selkups, moved to Napas in 1930, no education, has 3 daughters who can understand Selkup but do not want to speak it.
DescriptionThe languages of the collection, Eastern Khanty and Southern Selkup, (i) are severely endangered: each numbers under 20 last proficient speakers; (ii) have existing legacy data in Tomsk with limited access, which is to be improved as a result of the project; (iii) are characterized by areal contact contiguity; (iv) are ethnographically consistent, with the last traditional culture practitioners. The cooperative proposal between the University of Zurich and Tomsk State Pedagogical University builds on extended research experience with the respective languages, and relevant documentation methodology. The proposal pursues documentation and analysis of two endangered languages of Western Siberia, Russia in order to gain insight into local processes of area formation.
DescriptionHow one must make sleds. Архив ЯНС ТГПУ. Том С 20. стр. 491-492.
Formatimage/tiff
Formatapplication/pdf
PublisherTSPU
PublisherAndrey Filchenko
SubjectDiscourse
SubjectSelkup
SubjectEnglish
SubjectRussian
Subjectinstructional
TitleKak_narty_delatj_nado
TitleELDP MDP0259
TitleKak_narty_delatj
TypeImage
dcterms.contributorGevlich
dcterms.contributorYugina
dcterms.contributorFilchenko
dcterms.contributorKurganskaja
dcterms.contributorKovylin
dcterms.contributorMaksimova
dcterms.coverageRussia
dcterms.descriptionHow one must make sleds
dcterms.descriptionPhD student. scanning of the manuscripts.
dcterms.descriptionborn in Pudino of Parabel district, parents - Selkups, moved to Napas in 1930, no education, has 3 daughters who can understand Selkup but do not want to speak it.
dcterms.descriptionThe languages of the collection, Eastern Khanty and Southern Selkup, (i) are severely endangered: each numbers under 20 last proficient speakers; (ii) have existing legacy data in Tomsk with limited access, which is to be improved as a result of the project; (iii) are characterized by areal contact contiguity; (iv) are ethnographically consistent, with the last traditional culture practitioners. The cooperative proposal between the University of Zurich and Tomsk State Pedagogical University builds on extended research experience with the respective languages, and relevant documentation methodology. The proposal pursues documentation and analysis of two endangered languages of Western Siberia, Russia in order to gain insight into local processes of area formation.
dcterms.descriptionHow one must make sleds. Архив ЯНС ТГПУ. Том С 20. стр. 491-492.
dcterms.formatimage/tiff
dcterms.formatapplication/pdf
dcterms.identifierhttps://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1150489%2523
dcterms.identifieroai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1150489
dcterms.identifierELDP%20MDP0259
dcterms.publisherTSPU
dcterms.publisherAndrey Filchenko
dcterms.subjectDiscourse
dcterms.subjectSelkup
dcterms.subjectEnglish
dcterms.subjectRussian
dcterms.subjectinstructional
dcterms.titleKak_narty_delatj_nado
dcterms.titleELDP MDP0259
dcterms.titleKak_narty_delatj
dcterms.typeImage
CoverageRussia


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