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Old 2021-10-22, 09:55   #24
Lariliss
 
"Lariliss"
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Today we call it globalization. 100 years ago it was another history, and we don’t know how many ‘minorities' went extinct.
Still there are lots of them indigenous around the World to be cared of.
Even English language lives in assimilating way in every country.
We are various and still try to go the same path and judge every corner of the globe in the same way.
The great works of scientists who go for human understanding.


'The voices of indigenous people of the north including Siberia were recorded many decades ago on tape. That was the medium of the day to best capture the stories and language of the people. Today those tapes are seriously degrading and to ensure those voices of the past are preserved, anthropologist Professor David Anderson will co-lead a team to digitise them.

In a two year project funded by the Modern Endangered Archives Program at the UCLA Library with funding from Arcadia, Professor Anderson from Aberdeen University and a team of specialist sound technicians will extract the audio recordings from tapes which are currently held at Pushkin House in St Petersburg, Russia.

Today we call it globalization. 100 years ago it was another history, and we don't know how many 'minorities went extinct.
Still there are lots of them indigenous around the World to be cared of.
Even English language lives in assimilating way in every country.
We are various and still try to go the same path and judge every corner of the globe in the same way.
The great works of scientists who go for human understanding.
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