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Ulturgasheva, Olga
Narrating the future in Siberia : childhood, adolescence and autobiography among young Eveny / Olga Ulturgasheva
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright New York : Berghahn Books, 2012
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 3rd Floor  DK759.E8 U48 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Even (Asian people) -- Attitudes
Even (Asian people) -- Social conditions
Children -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia -- Attitudes
Children -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia -- Forecasting
Children -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia -- Social conditions
Families -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia
Social perception -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia
Physical Description xii, 191 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 173-183) and index
Contents Future autobiographies and their spaces -- Research in the field: introducing case studies -- Contact for case studies and sampling -- Gender and kinship -- Age cohorts -- Oral and written -- Narrative and 'future autobiography' -- Eveny childhood and adolescence -- Djuluchen : the composition of child and adolescent personhood -- Childhood and narrative -- Coming of age -- Forest and village -- Forest and village in local cosmologies of movement -- The social world of the forest -- The village : social context today -- Complexities of engagement with antagonistic spaces -- Three future autobiographies -- The story of Tonya, a forest girl -- The stories of village adolescents : Vera and Grisha -- Vera -- Grisha -- Reindeer and child in the forest chronotope -- Reindeer as a nonhuman component of child personhood -- Reindeer as child : Tonya on learning and teaching -- The forest chronotope in narrative -- The village as domain of unhappiness : broken families and the curse of the Gulag -- Wandering spirits of the dead and the curse of the Gulag -- Unhappy families : children's futures and parents' pasts -- Cosmologies of the future in the shadow of djuluchen -- Personhood : hero and shaman -- Time : cycles with and without destination -- 'Future autobiography' as an activator of djuluchen
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