Culture Contact

After the distribution of football shirts etc. brought by SD, the community recieves some presents by a local authority brought by the chief, 146. Distribution is done by 030.
presents are distributed after the return of ### to the village
A long clip showing the dayly life in the visitors' hut. 077 is cooking, 031 and 018 fool around waiting for the meal, 058 lies in the sleeping hammock. Details of all corners of the hat, field equipment, working environment, the Xingu map, and also the hut from outside.
The session consists of a recording taken inside the researchers'/visitors' house in July 2001.
The recordings show different people at the researchers' house. The second clip has a good turn on the main features of the house in 2003.
The session consists of two recordings which took place inside the researchers' house on the 11th and the 27th of June. There are some Awetí around.
1: SX filmed 073 when he installed, assisted by 065, one more pilar. 2: A nice taping of the inside of the researcher's hut.
Scenes of the visitor's hut in 2004.
1: elicitation work, two other transcribe, battery change 2: orthography and computer training 3: MiniDisk uns and Audio caption software training 4: MiniDisk use and Audio caption software training 5: Video camera training 6: 073 videotaping the Tawarawana dance 7: 157 coming and telling narratives 8: training to tape, taping 157
Documenting the linguistic work with Awetí co-worker.
SX films the preparation and actual taping of the session 083_sham.
Meta-documentation: SX films the preparation and actual taping of the session 083_sham.
1: preparations for video-taping with ti'aju. 151 films with 073, assisted by 086. 2: discussing the results of part 1, the tapings made by 151 and 073. 3: tapings with 033 and 060.
Preparations for taping the session 'hammock' training young awetí to videotape.
The session shows the anthropologist ABN inside the house in the Waura village where he was staying.
This recording was made during SD's visit at the Waurá village (after the Kwarup at the Yawalapiti).
The session shows images of the Posto Leonardo visited by SD after returning from the Waura village.
This recording was made on the return of Sebastian's journey to the Kamayurá and the Waura village after participating in the Kwarup at the Yawalapiti.
Presents brought by 146, the chief, from a local politician, and presents brought by the researcher Sebastian Drude to the village, are distributed. For details see description of media file.
Presents brought by 146, the chief, from a local politician, and presents brought by the researcher Sebastian Drude to the village, are distributed.
Eletricity and radio set items: the antenna, solar energy panels solar light (SOLUX) radio set and kables
Eletricity and radio set items: the antenna, solar energy panels solar light (SOLUX) radio set and kables
Some Awetí men playing soccer in the village plaza at dawn.
scenes of a soccer match in the village at dawn
Some Awetí men training soccer with the new football-clothing brought for them from the DFB by SD.
Awetí playing soccer with the new football shirts brought from the DFB by SD.
Solar energy equipment, especially SOLUX kits, in the Awetí village at several houses.
Awetí, mostly men, gathering and watching two soccer matches of the worldcup in 146's hut.
The recordings show the Awetí community watching the soccer match between Germany and Corea and Germany and Brazil at the Worldcup 2002. The recording takes place in the chief's house where there is the only TV-set of the village. The recordings are from the 25th and the 30th of June 2002.

Citation

Sebastian Drude, SX, and ABN (2001 - 2005). Item "Culture Contact" in collection "Awetí". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0005-7983-D. (Accessed 2024-05-22)

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