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No.82 "Raven's Arch" (1903-2002) The Jesup North Pacific Expedition Revisited

March 31, 2009 Publication

Edited by Kazuyuki Tanimoto, Koichi Inoue

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Table of Contents

Foreword
 ……………… Kazuyuki TANIMOTO
“Jesup-2” Enters Its Second Decade
 ……………… Igor KRUPNIK
The North Pacific Rim as a Linguistic “Old World”
 ……………… Osahito MIYAOKA
Shells, Seals, and Salmon Zoo-archaelogical Perspectives on North Pacific Maritime Adaptations
 ……………… David R. YESNER
The “Raven's Arch” and Computer Databases Comparing Mythologies 100 Years after Jesup―Jesup Team Perspectives on Folklore Similarities
 ……………… Yuri E. BEREZKIN
Raven and the Hidden Sun A Comparative Study of the Raven Cycles along the Northwest Coast of North America with Special Reference to the Crow Myths in East Asia
 ……………… Machiya MASHIKO
Shadows, Lights, and Raven's “Box of Light”
 ……………… Barbara MATHÉ
Jesup Collections in Russia (1902-2002 A Life after Jesup
 ……………… Yulia KUPINA and Yelena MIKHAILOVA
“Science and Life” Re-reading Vladimir Jochelson's Jesup Expedition Correspondence
 ……………… Nikolai VAKHTIN
W. Jochelson's Jesup Heritage The Return to Russia
 ……………… Sergei B. SLOBODIN
Remembering and Forgetting Culture Change and Indigenous Knowledge in Chukotka in Post-Jesup Era
 ……………… Igor KRUPNIK and Nikolai VAKHTIN
How Elders Listened to Bogoras' and Jochelson's Recordings Sound Culture of the North Pacific
 ……………… Kazuyuki TANIMOTO
On Several Parallels Found in Ainu and Nivkh Cultures
 ……………… Chuner M.TAKSAMI
Jesup Expedition Conducted on the Amur and Sakhalin Island (1898-1899)
 ……………… Tat'yana P. ROON
A Century of Uilta (Orok) Reindeer Husbandry on Sakhalin Island
 ……………… Koichi INOUE
Contributors
Postscript
 ……………… Koichi INOUE
 

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