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oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1211559

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Title:Culinary Culture: Cooking (Ava kuw)
hru_1246c_cooking
Documentation and Description of the Hrusso Aka Language of Arunachal Pradesh
Contributor:Nichow Aglasow
Abu Aglasow
Anita Aglasow
Sita Aglasow
Sangeeta Aglasow
Eliza Sidisow
Solomon Aglasow
Sange Aglasow
Kumari Sidisow
Contributor (consultant):Atŝum Aglasow
Bontŝe Aglasow
Contributor (recorder):Thomas Small
Contributor (researcher):Vijay D'Souza
Coverage:India
Date:2016-04-28
Description:Bundles hru_1246a-1246d show a typical day in the life of women. a group of women from the village of Gijiri go to the forest early in the morning to forage for food, bring the food back home, cook and feed their families and guests. Lots of spontaneous speech is found in these videos. The event lasted about 6 hours. We have edited the videos and upload them here after they were seen and approved by the participants. These bundles are yet to be fully curated. The event is also repeated in the bundles hru_1730. This is because it was raining when we shot this event and the participants wanted to repeat it in order to obtain better recordings.
Born in Karnataka, India. Working in Northeast India as a Jesuit since 1999. Involved with Hrusso Aka orthography development and language support since 1999, having learned the language at Palizi while teaching. Currently doing a DPhil (PhD) in linguistics at the University of Oxford, UK (Thesis: A Grammar of Hrusso Aka). Founder and leader of the Hrusso Literature Team, formed in 2017.
Brother of Abu Aglasow, Headman of Gijiri Village. (hru: Nütsow) Well-known for his knowledge of mythology and traditional lore. Original village: Gijiri
Married to Bontŝe Aglasow, brother of the Headman fo Gijiri, the father of 7 children. Original village: Gijiri
Née Kiluguw. Married to August Aglasow, daughter-in-law of the Headman of Gijiri. Known as 'Achemo'. Original village: Lada, moved after marriage to Gijiri
Daughter of Pema Sidisow, married to Wanja Aglasow and the mother of 4 children. Original village: Dijangania, moved after marriage to Gijiri
Daughter of Dorjee (hru: Düĝje) Sakrinsow, married to Abu Aglasow, mother of 7 children. Original village: Sakrin, moved after marriage to Gijiri
Daughter of Sange and Sonam Aglasow, sister of Sangeeta Aglasow. Original village: Gijiri
Daughter of Sange and Sonam Aglasow, sister of Sita Aglasow. Original village: Gijiri
Daughter of Kumari Sidisow. Born in Thrizino, now resident in Gijiri.
Son of Sange and Sonam Aglasow. Original village: Gijiri
Née Desisow. Married to Sonam Aglasow, mother of 5 children (including Sita, Solomon and Sangeeta Aglasow). Original village: Sakrin, moved after marriage to Gijiri
Née Jabujuw Original village: Chalang, moved after marriage to Buragaon
Format:video/mp4
audio/x-wav
text/x-eaf+xml
Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1211559
IGS0277
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1211559%23
Publisher:Vijay D'Souza
University of Oxford
Subject:activities
food preparation
English language
Hruso language
Hindi language
Subject (ISO639):eng
hru
hin
Type:Video
Audio

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Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1211559
DateStamp:  2019-01-08
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Search Info

Citation: Vijay D'Souza (researcher); Nichow Aglasow; Thomas Small (recorder); Abu Aglasow; Anita Aglasow; Atŝum Aglasow (consultant); Bontŝe Aglasow (consultant); Sita Aglasow; Sangeeta Aglasow; Eliza Sidisow; Solomon Aglasow; Sange Aglasow; Kumari Sidisow. 2016-04-28. Vijay D'Souza.
Terms: area_Asia area_Europe country_GB country_IN iso639_eng iso639_hin iso639_hru

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Country: United KingdomIndia
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