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Yup'ik elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin : fieldwork turned on its head / Ann Fienup-Riordan ; Yup'ik translations by Marie Meade ; German translations by Sonja Lührmann, Anja Karlson, and Adelaid Pauls.

Fienup-Riordan, Ann (författare)
ISBN 0295984643
Publicerad: Seattle : University of Washington Press in association with Calista Elders Council, Bethel, Alaska, ©2005
Engelska xviii, 337 pages
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  • Foreword / Peter Bolz -- Preface : unlikely partnerships -- The gift : Johan Adrian Jacobsen brings treasures from Alaska -- The gift-givers : turn-of-the-century Yupiit and their descendants -- The return gift : the Yup'ik delegation -- 1. Tools for ocean hunting -- 2. Bows and arrows for hunting and war -- 3. More tools for hunting and fishing -- 4. Wooden and clay containers -- 5. Containers of skin, gut, and grass -- 6. Tools for working on objects and materials -- 7. Tools of daily life -- 8. Personal adornment and human figures -- 9. Women's sewing tools and belts and men's hats -- 10. Ceremonial regalia -- 11. Dancing with masks -- 12. Toys and clothing -- 13. Heavenly and ceremonial cycles.
  • "Norwegian adventurer Johan Adrian Jacobsen collected more than two thousand Yup'ik objects during his travels in Alaska in 1882 and 1883. Now housed in the Berlin Ethnological Museum, the Jacobsen collection remains one of the earliest and largest from Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. When Ann Fienup-Riordan first saw the collection being unpacked in 1994, she was "stunned to find this extraordinary Yup'ik collection, with accession records still handwritten in old German script and almost completely unpublished."" "In 1997, Fienup-Riordan and Yup'ik translator Marie Meade returned to Berlin with a delegation of Yup'ik elders to study Jacobsen's collection. Yup'ik Elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin recounts fourteen days during which the elders examined objects from the collection and described how they were made and used. Their descriptions, based on oral history and firsthand experience with similar objects, are imparted through songs, stories, and personal narratives. Woven together with Jacobsen's writings, technical descriptions, and accession information, the narrative presents a vast array of knowledge." "An introductory essay describes Jacobsen's life and trip to Alaska and the region as it was then and as it is today. Informal snapshots show the elders interacting with the objects and miming their use, while Barry McWayne's large color photographs make possible the "visual repatriation" of this collection. Yup'ik Elders at the Ethnologisches Museum Berlin also includes extensive notes summarizing accession information, a glossary of Yup'ik object names, and a detailed index. This is the first time a major Arctic collection has been presented from the Natives' point of view, an example of "reverse fieldwork" that can enrich understanding of Native American collections the world over."--Jacket. 

Ämnesord

Yupik  (sao)
Inuiter  (sao)
Föremålssamlingar  (sao)
Antropologiska museer  (sao)
Antropologi  (sao)
Materiell kultur  (sao)
Antikviteter  (sao)
Yupik Eskimos  -- Antiquities -- Collectors and collecting -- Alaska. (LCSH)
Yupik Eskimos  -- Material culture. (LCSH)
Ethnological expeditions  -- Alaska -- History. (LCSH)
Yupit (Inuit)  -- Antiquités -- Collections et conservation -- Allemagne. (Vedettes-matière)
Yupit (Inuit)  -- Culture matérielle. (Vedettes-matière)
Expéditions ethnologiques  -- Alaska -- Histoire. (Vedettes-matière)
Sammlung  (gnd)
Yupik  (gnd)
Sachkultur  (gnd)
Discoveries in geography.  (fast)
Ethnological expeditions.  (fast)
Travel.  (fast)
Anthropology  -- Private collections. (fast)
Antiquities  -- Collectors and collecting. (fast)
Yupik Eskimos  -- Material culture. (fast)
Inuit  (LCSH)
Eskimos  (LCSH)
Antiques  (LCSH)
Collectibles  (LCSH)
Yupik Eskimos  (LCSH)
Anthropology  (LCSH)
Material culture  (LCSH)
Anthropological museums and collections  (LCSH)
Förenta staterna  -- Alaska (sao)
Alaska  -- Discovery and exploration. (LCSH)
Alaska  -- Antiquities -- Collectors and collecting. (LCSH)
Alaska  -- Découverte et exploration. (Vedettes-matière)
Alaska  -- Antiquités -- Collectionneurs et collections. (Vedettes-matière)
Alaska.  (fast)

Genre

History.  (fast)

Personnamn

Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947 -- Travel -- Alaska.
Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947 -- Ethnological collections.
Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947 -- Voyages -- Alaska.
Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947 -- Collections ethnographiques.
Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947
Jacobsen, Johan Adrian, 1853-1947.

Institutionsnamn

Ethnologisches Museum Berlin.
Ethnologisches Museum Berlin.
Ethnologisches Museum Berlin.

Klassifikation

E99.E7 (LCC)
979.8004/9714 (DDC)
Kqafh (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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