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Title:Audio in Spanish. Interview to Marina. Sixto's niece. Daughter to Sixto's cousin Roque.
Documentation of Tinigua
Contributor (consultant):Marina
Contributor (researcher):Ricardo
Description:Audio in Spanish. Interview. Continuation of resource file Sobrinos_marina_001 and Sobrinos_marina_002. Sixto's niece, Marina, talks about her childhood among Tinigua relatives. Marina also talks about her biographical trajectory and childhood.
Audio en español. Continuación de entrevista en Sobrinos_marina_001 y Sobrinos_marina_002. Entrevista a Marina, sobrina de Sixto. Marina es hija de Roque (primo hermano de Sixto, hijo de Matilde y de Salomón. Salomón era hermano de Agapito. Con la muerte de Salomón, y de Maura, la primera esposa de Sixto, Agapito se junta con Matilde y acoje a los hijos de Matilde, entre ellos Severo, Mateíto o Matesito, y Roque). Roque vivió con su familia (sus hijos Manuel, Antonio, Marina, Mono y Roque, y su mujer Juaca) en el filo de los conejos. En esta narración Marina habla también de su trayectoria biográfica y sobre su infancia en el filo de los conejos. Marina dice haber vivido con Sixto y la última esposa de Sixto, Isabel. Sixto no confirma esta historia.
Tinigua [ISO 639-3:tit] is the last surviving member of an independent South American Tiniguan family whose other (two?) members have disappeared without substantial documentation; with only one remaining speaker, it is now critically endangered. Additionally, the language is seriously underdocumented and underdescribed. This project aims to provide a linguistic documentation of Tinigua through work with Sixto Muñoz, its last remaining speaker. The expected outcomes of this project are a transcribed, translated and annotated audio-visual corpus of the language, a grammatical description, and a lexicon. Additionally, I aim to gather further historical and cultural data on the Tiniguan culture.
Marina is one of Sixto's cousin's (Roque) children. Marina self-recognizes as Tiniguan. She does not speak the language because, she says, she did not grow up with her father, and instead grew up with her spanish speaking mother.
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1300862%23
Publisher:Katherine Bolaños
Fundación Tinigua
Tinigua language
Spanish language
English language
Subject (ISO639):tit


Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
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DateStamp:  2019-05-10
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Citation: Marina (consultant); Ricardo (researcher); Katherine. 2018-03-30. Katherine Bolaños.
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