Actions
  • shareshare
  • link
  • cite
  • add
add
auto_awesome_motion View all 6 versions
Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2022

Territory, Identity, and Language among the Añun people (Venezuela)

Patte, Marie-France;
French
Published: 23 Aug 2022
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Country: France
Abstract

la copie déposée est une première version de l'article paru en 2011. Cette publication fait suite au congrès 2005 de AAA à Washington session: "Endangered languages and Linguistic anthropology".; The Añun language (also known as "Parauhano") is still spoken by a few aged individuals, all speaking Spanish in everyday activities and living in lake-dwellings between Maracaibo and the Venezuelan border with Colombia. The territory of the Añun people, disputed ever since the first contacts with the Europeans, has progressively shrunk with the increasing importance of the oil industry. Their linguistic situation, reflected in their oral narratives, takes us back to the power relations experienced by the speakers. Besides providing the community with the widest range of documentation as possible, linguistic anthropology assumes a participative approach, which can help create a partnership between elder speakers and young members of the community, in order to preserve traditional knowledge and develop different aspects of the language and the culture. To be effective, the revitalization of the language should go together with territorial claims and identity recognition.

Subjects

endangered languages, revitalization, linguistic anthropology, [SHS.LANGUE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics, [SHS.ANTHRO-SE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Social Anthropology and ethnology

Alès, Catherine & Chiappino, Jean. eds. 2003. Caminos cruzados. Ensayos en Antropología Social, Etnoecología y Etnoeducación. Paris/Mérida: IRD Editions/ULA GRIAL. [OpenAIRE]

Hill, Jane. 2006, The ethnography of language and language documentation in Gippert, Jost, Nikolaus. P. Himmelmann, Ulrike Mosel. eds. 2006.

Jahn, Alfredo. 1927. Los Aborígenes del occidente de Venezuela. Caracas: Lit. y Tip. del Comercio.

Magaña, Edmundo. 1992. Contribuciones al estudio de la mitología y astronomía de los indios de las Guayanas. CEDLA 35, Dordrecht: FORIS

Patte, Marie-France, 1986. De los Añún. Paris: AEA-Chantiers Amerindia 1989. Estudio descriptivo de la lengua añún (o “ Paraujano ”). San Cristóbal: Universidad Católica del Táchira.

2003 Participar en un programa de etnoeducación. Algunas reflexiones y experiencias. In Caminos cruzados. Ensayos en Antropología Social, Etnoecología y Etnoeducación. Alès, Catherine & Chiappino, Jean, eds.

2005. Standardization and Endangered Languages. In Language Endangerment and Endangered Languages: Linguistic and Anthropological Studies with Special Emphasis on the Languages and Cultures of the Andean-Amazonian Border Area. W. Leo Wetzels, ed.

Download fromView all 2 sources
question_mark
https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv2...
Part of book or chapter of book . 2022
Providers: Crossref
moresidebar