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Reclaiming the Forest

The Ewenki Reindeer Herders of Aoluguya

Ashild Xie, Yuanyuan Kolas

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The reindeer herders of Aoluguya, China, are a group of former hunters who today see themselves as "keepers of reindeer" as they engage in ethnic tourism and exchange experiences with their Ewenki neighbors in Russian Siberia. Though to some their future seems problematic, this book focuses on the present, challenging the pessimistic outlook, reviewing current issues, and describing the efforts of the Ewenki to reclaim their forest lifestyle and develop new forest livelihoods. Both academic and literary contributions balance the volume written by authors who are either indigenous to the region or have carried out fieldwork among the Aoluguya Ewenki since the late 1990s.

Åshild Kolås is Research Professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo, and has authored two books and numerous articles, mainly on Tibetan identity and cultural representation. She carried out fieldwork in Aoluguya in 2008 and 2009, conducted under a project on "Pastoralism in China: Policy and Practice" funded by the Research Council of Norway.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Ashild Kolas, Yuanyuan Xie
Seitenzahl 212
Erscheinungsdatum 01.02.2020
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-78920-762-0
Verlag Berghahn Books
Maße (L/B/H) 22.9/15.2/1.1 cm
Gewicht 302 g

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    Foreword
    F. Georg Heyne

    Acknowledgements
    Map of Aoluguya
    Contributors

    PART I: ENCOUNTERING THE EWENKI

    Introduction: Writing the 'Reindeer Ewenki'
    Åshild Kolås

    Chapter 1. From Nomads to Settlers: A History of the Aoluguya Ewenki (1965-1999)
    Si Qinfu

    PART II: MIGRATIONS: REINDEER HERDING IN FLUX

    Chapter 2. In the Forest Pastures of the Reindeer
    Tang Ge

    Chapter 3. Ambiguities of the Aoluguya Ewenki
    Åshild Kolås

    Chapter 4. The Many Faces of Nomadism among the Reindeer Ewenki: Uses of Land, Mobility and Exchange Networks
    Aurore Dumont

    PART III: REPRESENTATIONS: DEFINING THE REINDEER EWENKI CULTURE AND IDENTITY

    Chapter 5. A Passage from Forest to State: The Aoluguya Ewenki and their Museums
    Bai Ying and Zhang Rongde

    Chapter 6. The Ecological Migration and Ewenki Identity
    Xie Yuanyuan

    Chapter 7. Tents, Taiga and Tourist Parks: Vernacular Ewenki Architecture and the State
    Richard Fraser

    PART IV: LOCAL VOICES

    Chapter 8. Campfire
    Weijia

    Chapter 9. My Homeland
    Gong Yu

    Chapter 10. Hunting along the Bei'erci River
    Gu Xinjun

    Glossary
    Index