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Title:A talk by 2 native Eushta Tatar women on various topics (biography, village history, problems, etc.)
Contributor (author):KurbanbaevaFA
Contributor (recorder):LilyavinaEV
Coverage:Russian Federation
Description:The first speaker, Fariza Abdulkhakovna Kurbanbayeva (born 26.04.1952, maiden surname ? Kabeyeva) was born in Eushta. She?s a native Eushta Tatar. However, the local people never made distinctions between the Kazan and Siberian (Eushta/Chat/Tomsk) Tatars. Her father was Abdulkhak Mukhammad-Safeyevich Kabeyev, born 1920; and her mother was Fakiza Abdullovna Kabeyeva (maiden surname ? Aminova), born 1924. Her father was from Eushta, and her mother ? from Abytay (Chernaya Rechka) ? the Chat community?s village. Her mother finished 5 grades at school and spoke Russian. Her father was a carpenter and went to two wars (the Great Patriotic and the Japanese ones, both referring to World War II). Fariza finished the teaching programme in a higher educational institute, she also had further three-year distance-learning studies in the Kazan University. She started to work as a teacher in 1970 in the village of Boriki. 20 years later there was a fire in her workplace. She has lived in Eushta all her life. Her husband and one of her two children passed away. In her own family she spoke only Eushta Tatar. She continues to speak it with her grandchildren. Her aim is to keep the language. She has also started a local village museum that is open twice a week. She collects stories and facts of her village and local people. The second Nurzhiyan Batrutdinovna Kurbanbayeva (born 22.05.1940; maiden surname ? Suleymanova), was born in Eushta. She is a native Eushta Tatar. Her father was Badyrtin Suleymanov and mother ? Fatikha Sayfullina, both were ethnic Tatars born in Eushta in 1912. She used to speak only Eushta Tatar with her parents and her husband. She started to learn at school in Tatar (1-7 grades), but she also spoke Russian at school. Her mother had 6 children, 5 of whom were born after World War II. Her father worked on a collective farm and a smaller farm, did a lot of work in the field. Nurzhiyan used to work on a collective farm, too, but in 1977-1991 she worked and lived in the closed city of Seversk. She then returned to her native village. She is a widower, her husband was an Eushta Tatar, with whom she spoke Tatar only. She also speaks her native language with her two Daughters, Zemfira and Nafisa. Her grandchildren use both Tatar & Russian.
Tomsk Tatar
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1281859%23
Publisher:Denis Tokmashev
Nazarbayev University
Tatar language
Subject (ISO639):tat


Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI1281859
DateStamp:  2019-04-02
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Citation: KurbanbaevaFA; KurbanbaevaNB. 2016-11-03. Denis Tokmashev.
Terms: area_Europe country_RU iso639_tat

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Country: Russian Federation
Area: Europe

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