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Sur la création du projet multimédia « La mémoire d’un village », dédié à la généalogie, l’histoire orale, et photographiques des familles yupik du village Novoe Tchaplino, Chukotka (Note de recherche)

On the Creation of the Multimedia Project “The Memory of a Settlement”, Dedicated to the Genealogy, Oral History, and Photographic Archives of Yupik Families from the Settlement of Novoe Chaplino, Chukotka (Research Note)
Pages: 519 - 530
Auteur(s) / Author(s): Dmitriy Oparin
Résumé:

En 2020, j’ai débuté un projet ayant pour but de scanner et de numériser les généalogies yupik recueillies à Novoe Tchaplino (district de Providenia, côte de Tchoukotka) par l’ethnographe Mikhail Chlenov dans les années 1970 et 1980. Il avait rassemblé ces documents issus d’informations provenant des archives et des administrations locales d’enregistrement locaux, ainsi que des informations de source orale issues de conversations avec les aînés Yupik de Novoye Chaplino, dont beaucoup étaient nés au début du XXe siècle. Tout en travaillant sur les généalogies, j’ai également commencé à collecter des vieilles photographies et des documents des résidents locaux, et à écrire leurs souvenirs concernant leurs ancêtres. C’est ainsi qu’est né le projet multimédia, qui présente 47 généalogies se rapportant à neuf clans yupik et plusieurs centaines de photographies et de documents privés des habitants de Novoe Tchaplino de l’époque soviétique, ainsi que les souvenirs de 77 ancêtres de ces yupik vivant aujourd’hui.

Abstract:

In 2020, I started a project that involved scanning and digitizing the Yupik genealogical charts compiled in Novoe Chaplino (Providensky District, coastal Chukotka) by the ethnographer Mikhail Chlenov in the 1970s and 1980s. He had assembled these materials on the basis of information from local archives and registry offices along with information obtained from communication with the elderly Yupik of Novoe Chaplino, many of whom had been born at the beginning of the 20th century. While working on the genealogical charts, I also began to collect the old photographs and documents of local residents and write down their memories of their ancestors. This is how the multimedia project came about, which presents 47 genealogical charts referring to nine Yupik clans and several hundred private photographs and documents of the inhabitants of Soviet Novoe Chaplino, as well as recollections of 77 ancestors of those Yupik living today.