OLAC Record

Title:Conversation with Tatiana Omrina
Documentation of Koryak Ethnopoetics: Stories from Speakers of Non-standard Varieties of Koryak and Nymylan Koryak
Contributor:Valentina Dedyk
Tatiana Yatylkut
Alexander King
Christina Kincaid
Coverage:Russian Federation
Description:Recording starts in Omrina's house. At about 04:00, King (depositor) demonstrates his limited Koryak ability to her. Valentina and her sister Tatiana can also be heard. 06:30 - Christina asks about ethnic differences between Chukchi and Koryaks, Omrina answers.
Works in Institute for Advanced Teacher Training, Palana. She was born in a yaranga on the tundra.
Learned Russian as 4th language starting in grad school and extensive residence in Kamchatka (1995 5mos, 1997-98 17 months). Had very good conversational skills by summer 1997 and fluent by early 1998, at least in listening. Has thick American accent. Knows a few words of Koryak for social situation.
Learned Russian at university and several months in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Fluent in Russian with soft American accent. Many Kamchatkans mistake her for Polish or some other western Slavic woman. Knows a few words of Koryak for social situations.
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI1313556%23
Publisher:Alexander King
University of Aberdeen
Subject:Life Stories
Koryak language
Russian language
English language
Subject (ISO639):kpy


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Citation: Valentina Dedyk; Tatiana Yatylkut; Alexander King; Christina Kincaid. 1997-07-23. Alexander King.
Terms: area_Europe country_GB country_RU iso639_eng iso639_kpy iso639_rus

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Country: United KingdomRussian Federation
Area: Europe

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