GAZ talks about her childhood

Title:
GAZ talks about her childhood
ID:
2_Zaporotskaia
Level:
Bundle
Genre:
narrative
Description:
GAZ talks about her childhood and her strong relation to her father whom she helped in many household and food procuring tasks, such as checking the traps and going with him fishing. GAZ felt that for her father she replaced a son that he did not have.The recording with GAZ took place about 15 later, after the other Itelmen texts had been recorded during the end of the 1990s. The reason was that at the given time my fieldwork had been confined to the main Itelmen territory in the southern Tigilski district. But when the idea for the publication of these materials came up, I realized that I had to include GAZ as well, who lived in Palana several hundred kilometers to the north, as she has been one of the last remaining native Itelmen speakers. the English translation had been copy-edited by David Koester and Beverley Stewart and the Russian translation by Tjan Zaochnaia (Zaotschnaja). The transcripts and translations from Itelmen had been made by the speakers themselves, coordinated and supervised by Erich Kasten. The linguistic and technical processing of the material had been done by Erich Kasten and Michael Dürr. Erich Kasten had recorded the data during his fieldwork.
Date created:
2000-08-24
Location:
Asia, Russian Federation, ‎Palana
Participants:
Galina Afanas'evna Zaporotskaia (speaker)
Languages:
Itelmen (content language), Russian (content language)
Recording conditions:
good quality
                                   
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