TITLE

KHANTY COMMUNAL REINDEER SACRIFICE: BELIEF, SUBSISTENCE AND CULTURAL PERSISTENCE IN CONTEMPORARY SIBERIA

AUTHOR(S)
Wiget, Andrew; Balalaeva, Olga
PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Arctic Anthropology;2001, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p82
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Describes the structure of communal reindeer sacrifice among the eastern Khanty of Surgut region, Russia. Historical and ethnographic background of the Khanty; Historical overview of Khanty raindeer sacrifice; Organization of activities of the Khanty communal raindeer sacrifice; Event structure and cultural significance of the Khanty communal raindeer sacrifice; Role definition and activities of cultural specialists.
ACCESSION #
5841966

 

Related Articles

  • Midsummer's Day. Uliashev, O. I. // Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia;Spring2012, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p12 

    With the growth of national-cultural movements in the new Russia and the emergence of a plenitude of ethnically colored festivities at the turn of the centuries, numerous issues are becoming critically important-such as authenticity of cultural elements, whether particular aspects are viewed as...

  • Hurtling to Life. Ryman, Anders // World & I;Apr2003, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p188 

    Highlights the land-dive ceremony and other customs or traditions practiced by the Sa-speaking peoples of Pentecost Island in Vanuatu. Myth underlying the land-dive tradition during the first harvest of yams; Importance of yam harvest for the villagers; Description on their fishing practices;...

  • Etiquette.  // Iran Country Review;2011, p260 

    The article offers information on the cultural and traditional behaviors of the people in Iran, including the discipline of removing one's shoes before entering a building or a home, customary gift-giving by an invitee to the host or hostess, and avoidance of discussion on politics or religion.

  • FOLK-LORE.  // Journal of Folklore Research;Sep-Dec1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p187 

    The article focuses on the connection between the folklore of England and Germany. The connection between the folklore of England and that of Germany is so intimate that such communications will probably serve to enrich some future edition of James Grimm's Mythology. In one of the chapters of...

  • The UWI, Regionalism, Development and the Birth of Caribbean Civilization. Bolland, O. Nigel // IDEAZ;2005, Vol. 4 Issue 1/2, p5 

    This paper argues that there is a palpable and substantial Caribbean regional tradition and civilization. It argues that the University of the West Indies and intellectuals associated with this institution, persons like Hermoine McKenzie, have made significant contributions to the development of...

  • People Won't Like Us If Try to Make Them Over. Kent, Beryl // Saturday Evening Post;1/23/1954, Vol. 226 Issue 30, p10 

    The article relates the author's experience as Assistant Chief of Education for Japanese Women in Japan. The various concept of inferiority complex of women to men in this country had been mentioned by the author. With this, it has been realized that Americans cannot make other people conform...

  • Continuity and change in South African Cultural Anthropology (Volkekunde): issues of essentialism and complexity(n1). van Rensburg, Fanie (N. S.) Jansen; van der Waal, Kees (C. S.) // South African Journal of Ethnology;1999, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p45 

    The differences in South Africa between `Afrikaans-speaking volkekunde' and `English-speaking social anthropology' seemed to be very real in the context of the support of or opposition to apartheid. We believe that these differences have now become much less important and are perceived in a...

  • A time for the dead to slip back. de Vinck, Christopher // National Catholic Reporter;10/25/2002, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p2 

    Focuses on celebrations of Halloween festival by the author in England as of May 1, 2003. Significance of Halloween in the life of people of England; Preparations done by author for the celebrations; Experiences of author during the celebrations.

  • Two cultures: one life. Jenny Mitchell; Ida Kaplan; Louise Crowe // Community Development Journal;Jul2007, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p282 

    Recognition of the communal nature of the culture and traditions of many refugees who have resettled in Australia in recent years, particularly those from African countries, has urged a stronger consideration of community-based approaches to their recovery and resettlement. In 2004, a framework...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics