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書名 Indigenous efflorescence : beyond revitalisation in Sapmi and Ainu Mosir / edited by Gerald Roche, Hiroshi Maruyama and Åsa Virdi Kroik
出版項 Acton, ACT, Australia : ANU Press, [2018]
國際標準書號 9781760462628 (paperback)
1760462624 (paperback)
9781760462635 (online)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 民族所圖書館  DS832 .I528 2018    在架上    30520020873494
說明 xxvii, 236 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
系列 Monographs in anthropology series
Monographs in anthropology series
附註 Includes bibliographical references
In English with summary in Southern Sami
Summary of Indigenous Efflorescence: Beyond Revitalisation in Sapmi and Ainu Mosir / Summarised in South Sami by David Kroik -- Introduction: Indigenous Efflorescence / Gerald Roche with Åsa Virdi Kroik and Hiroshi Maruyama -- Part One: Contexts of Efflorescence. Introduction: Contexts of Efflorescence / Gerald Roche -- Narratives of Truth: An Exploration of Narrative Theory as a Tool in Decolonising Research / Markus Nyström -- Cikornay National Trust: Emancipation of Our Ainu land from Colonial Land Use and for the Enjoyment of Ainu Culture / Kouichi Kaizawa (translated by Masumi Tanaka) -- 'He Might Come Back': Views on Sámi Cultural and Linguistic Revitalisation from Finland / Tero Mustonen -- Documenting Sami Cultural Landscapes / Ewa Ljungdahl -- Revival of Salmon Resources and Restoration of a Traditional Ritual of the Ainu, the Indigenous People of Japan / Yōsuke Kosaka -- The Racing of Ainu Hearts: Our Wish for One Salmon River / Shizue Ukaji (translated by Miku Maeda) -- Viessuoje Mujttuo: Saving an Indigenous Language through New Technology / Oscar Sedholm -- In Search of Virtual Learning Spaces for Sámi Languages / Hanna Outakoski -- Tjutju / Coppélie Cocq -- Establishment of the Ainu Indigenous People's Film Society / Chisato Abe -- The Sápmi Awards / Mattias Berglund -- South Saami Children's Choir: A Successful Project, Despite the Obstacles / Åsa Virdi Kroik -- Towards a Respectful Repatriation of Stolen Ainu Ancestral Remains / Yuji Shimizu (translated by Jeff Gayman) -- Part Two: Practices of Efflorescence. Introduction: Practices of Efflorescence / Gerald Roche -- The Yoke and the Candy Bowl: Beliefs and Emotions in South Sami Revitalisation / Leena Huss and Sigrid Stångberg -- Ainu Women in the Past and Now / Ryoko Tahara (translated by Hiroshi Maruyama) -- Heading towards the Restoration and Transmission of Ainu Culture / Nobuko Tsuda (translated by Hiroshi Maruyama) -- Living a Modern Life in Hokkaidō as a Young Ainu Dancer / Mana Shinoda (translated by Hiroshi Maruyama) -- A Quest for What We Ainu Are / Shizue Ukaji (translated by Hiroshi Maruyama) -- A Trip to the Mountaintop / Jenny Virdi Kroik -- Everyday Acts of Resurgence and Diasporic Indigeneity among the Ainu of Tokyo / Kanako Uzawa -- Saami Coffee Culture / Chris Kolbu and Anne Wuolab -- Cultural Revitalisation: 'Feeding on the Tools of the Conquerors'--A Sami-American Perspective / Chris Pesklo -- Sydisdans: A New Traditional Dance in Sapmi / Nils-Jonas Persson -- Conclusion: Indigenous Efflorescence / Gerald Roche
Indigenous efflorescence refers to the surprising economic prosperity, demographic increase and cultural renaissance currently found amongst many Indigenous communities around the world. This book moves beyond a more familiar focus on 'revitalisation' to situate these developments within their broader political and economic contexts. The materials in this volume also examine the everyday practices and subjectivities of Indigenous efflorescence and how these exist in tension with ongoing colonisation of Indigenous lands, and the destabilising impacts of global neoliberal capitalism. Contributions to this volume include both research articles and shorter case studies, and are drawn from amongst the Ainu and Sami (Saami/Sámi) peoples (in Ainu Mosir in northern Japan, and Sapmi in northern Europe, respectively). This volume will be of use to scholars working on contemporary Indigenous issues, as well as to Indigenous peoples engaged in linguistic and cultural revitalisation, and other aspects of Indigenous efflorescence
主題 Ainu
Ainu -- Social conditions
Sami (European people)
Sami (European people) -- Social conditions
Alt Author Roche, Gerald, editor
Maruyama, Hiroshi (Professor of sociology), editor
Virdi Kroik, Åsa, editor
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