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Title:Body Painting:- Yakunla
Edu01Paint-5
Organization of a Text Collection in Trumai, Aiming at its Scientific Documentation
Contributor:Speaker7
Raquel
Coverage:Brazil
Date:2001-07-14
Description:ENGLISH: Text about the body painting of "Yakunla". There is a fish in the Xingu region that is called "Yakun" by the Trumai people. The painting is based on the visual patterns found on the body of the "Yakun" fish. The text was written by a Trumai teacher in 2001 for an educational material, and it explains how the body painting is made. There is also an illustration of this painting. ----- PORTUGUÊS: Texto sobre a pintura corporal de "Yakunla". Há um peixe na região do Xingu que é chamado de "Yakun" pelo povo Trumai. A pintura é baseada nos padrões visuais encontrados no corpo do peixe "Yakun". O texto foi redigido por uma professora Trumai em 2001 para um material educacional e explica como a pintura é feita. Há também uma ilustração desta pintura.
The purpose of the project is to document Trumai, a genetically isolate language spoken in Brazil. The archive consists of a collection of texts in the language, plus other kinds of materials relative to the Trumai culture, such as photos, drawings, songs, educational materials, etc.
Explanation about the body painting of "Yakunla". The text was written by a Trumai teacher.
The text was produced in Trumai. It was translated into Portuguese with the help of its author (the translation is not totally literal; sometimes it had some editing). The text was further translated into English by the researcher.
The author of the text is Speaker7. She had been researching on the topic of body paintings. The researcher helped her with the translation in Portuguese.
Speaker7 is a native speaker of Trumai. Her mother is Trumai, her father is Kamayurá. She is married to a Kayabi man, and has a little daughter. She is a school teacher and is engaged in the educational program that is trying to revitalize the language. Speaker7 has worked in the production of educational materials; she teaches Trumai to her students.
Raquel is a Brazilian linguist. She has been working with the Trumai people since 1989. She has a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Rice University (Houston, Texas, U.S.A).
Format:application/pdf
text/x-toolbox-text
Identifier:oai:www.mpi.nl:1839_00-0000-0000-0001-4577-3
Documentation of Trumai
Publisher:Raquel Guirardello-Damian
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Discourse
Explanation
Trumai tradition
Trumai language
Trumaí
Portuguese language
English language
Subject (ISO639):tpy
por
eng

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OaiIdentifier:  oai:www.mpi.nl:1839_00-0000-0000-0001-4577-3
DateStamp:  2017-02-14
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Citation: Speaker7; Raquel. 2001-07-14. Raquel Guirardello-Damian.
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