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Ethnographic Video Online provides the largest, most comprehensive resource for the study of human culture and behavior – more than 750 hours and 1,000 films at completion. The collection covers every region of the world and features the work of many of the most influential documentary filmmakers of the 20th century, including interviews, previously unreleased raw footage, field notes, study guides, and more. This first release includes 591 videos totaling roughly 397 hours.
The M.A. Program in Visual and Media Anthropology and the library of Freie Universitaet Berlin baught a license of Ethnographic Video online. Therefore all students from Freie Universitaet Berlin have free acceess to Ethnographic Video Online.
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Login to the University library to start Ethnographic Video Online: http://www.ub.fu-berlin.de/digibib_neu/datenbank/metalib/titel/KOB18308.html
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The Foundation for Siberian Cultures was established in 2010. The idea for this foundation emerged from many years of research with the peoples of the North and from initiatives for the preservation of their cultures. More recently the focus has been on Siberia and the Russian Far East
The aims of the foundation are: the preservation of indigenous languages and the knowledge (especially ecological knowledge) expressed in them; and the preservation and further enhancement of art and craft traditions of indigenous peoples.
Learning tools and teaching materials by and for indigenous communities may help to counteract the forces bringing about the loss of cultural diversity and the dissolution of local and ethnic identities. Relevant materials have been and will be produced together with local experts using modern technologies.
Exhibitions, cultural exchanges by means of tours of artists and workshops, as well as conferences in Germany and Russia will serve to enhance mutual understandings of peoples with different cultural backgrounds and encourage valuable and productive dialogues between them.
A digital library and ethnographic collections on the world wide web shall provide above all indigenous communities open access to relevant scholarly resources and research materials. The portal for this will use the well-established domain name www.siberian-studies.org which has been online since 2004.