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In the Wake of Vilmos Diószegi: Collecting Folk Belief and Religious Folklore in Northern Mongolia

In the Wake of Vilmos Diószegi: Collecting Folk Belief and Religious Folklore in Northern Mongolia
  1. Author: Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center
  2. Number of episodes: 1
  3. Web site: http://www.indiana.edu/~iaunrc

Podcast Description:

By David Somfai Kara Podcast Recording of the Thursday 4 March 2010 talk. Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana Mongolian and Turkic shamanism has long drawn scholarly interest. Between 1957 and 1964 the Hungarian ethnologist, Vilmos Diószegi, visited several Turkic and Mongolic peoples in Southern Siberia and Northern Mongolia. Unfortunately due to his early death he only published a few items from his materials. Now a researcher at the Institute of Ethnology (Hungarian Academy of Scien

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1.In the Wake of Vilmos Diószegi: Collecting Folk Belief and Religious Folklore in Northern Mongolia00:25:15David Somfai Kara3/10/2010Mongolian and Turkic shamanism has long drawn scholarly interest. Between 1957 and 1964 the Hungarian ethnologist, Vilmos Diószegi, visited several Turkic and Mongolic peoples in Southern Siberia and Northern Mongolia. Unfortunately due to his early death he only published a few items from his materials. Now a researcher at the Institute of Ethnology (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) I am preparing his precious manuscript legacy for publication. This republication will also draw on both the unpublInner Asian and Uralic National Resource CenterEnglishDownload