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The Journal of American Folklore(Vol. 13,2019)

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The Journal of American Folklore(Vol. 13,2019)

The Journal of American Folklore



Vol. 132, No. 523, Winter 2019

  Front Matter
Articles
  Interactive Oral Composition: Resources, Strategies, and the Construction of Improvised Utterances in a Finnish Freestyle Rap Battle (pp. 3-35)
  Venla Sykäri

  The Most Beautiful of All: A Quantitative Approach to Fairy-Tale Femininity (pp. 36-60)
  Jeana Jorgensen

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  Collaboration, Women's Work, and the Unfinished Story of a Sonoran Tale Collection (pp. 61-73)
  Sheila Bock and Miriam Melton-Villanueva

  Iona Opie (1923–2017) (pp. 74-75)
  Elizabeth Tucker

     Peter T. Bartis (1949–2017) (pp. 75-76)
  Margaret Kruesi

  Barbro Klein (1938–2018) (pp. 77-78)
  Lizette Gradén

Book Reviews
  Sustaining Interdisciplinary Collaboration: A Guide for the Academy by Regina F. Bendix, Kilian Bizer, Dorothy Noyes (pp. 79-81)
  Review by: Timothy R. Tangherlini

  Practically Joking by Moira Marsh (pp. 81-82)
  Review by: Ian Brodie

  Quilts and Human Rights by Marsha MacDowell, Mary Worrall, Lynne Swanson, Beth Donaldson, Desmond Tutu (pp. 82-84)
  Review by: Kelley Dianne Totten

  The Unquiet Grave: A Novel by Sharyn McCrumb (pp. 84-85)
  Review by: Kara Oakleaf

  Folklife and Museums: Twenty-First Century Perspectives by C. Kurt Dewhurst, Patricia Hall, Charlie Seemann (pp. 85-87)
  Review by: Betty J. Belanus

        Sabato Rodia's Towers in Watts: Art, Migrations, Development by Luisa Del Giudice (pp. 87-89)
  Review by: Daniel Franklin Ward

  Curatorial Conversations: Cultural Representation and the Smithsonian Folklife Festival by Olivia Cadaval, Sojin Kim, Diana Baird N'Diaye (pp. 89-91)
  Review by: Jillian Gould

  The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences by Jason ā. Josephson-Storm (pp. 91-92)
  Review by: William M. Clements

Sound Reviews
  Legends of Old-Time Music: Fifty Years of County Records by Christopher King, Charlie Faurot, David Freeman (pp. 93-96)
  Review by: Sarah Bryan

  The Music and Life of John McKenna: ‘The Buck from the Mountain' by John McKenna (pp. 96-99)
  Review by: Seán Gavin

  Old School Polkas Del Ghost Town and Other Conjunto Music of South Texas by Lorenzo Martinez, Ramon “Rabbit” Sanchez, John Fabke, Dan Margolies, Greg Reish (pp. 99-101)
  Review by: Willi Carlisle Goehring

  Good Work: Masters of the Building Arts by Marjorie Hunt, Paul Wagner (pp. 102-104)
  Review by: P. Judkins Wellington

  Extraordinary Ordinary People by Alan Govenar (pp. 104-106)
  Review by: Kim D. Stryker

  Information about Contributors (pp. 107-108)
  Back Matter

  资料来源:https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/jamerfolk.132.issue-523

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The Journal of American Folklore

Vol. 132, No. 524, Spring 2019


Front Matter
Articles

The Tibetan Gesar Epic beyond Its Bards: An Ecosystem of Genres on the Roof of the World (pp. 115-136)
Timothy Thurston
Back to the Future: Questions for Theory in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 137-156)
Elliott Oring
Aliens: The Perils of Ignoring “Outside” Theory (A Response to Elliott Oring) (pp. 157-162)
John D. Dorst
Public Folklore: Theory of/in Practice (A Response to Elliott Oring) (pp. 163-174)
Robert Baron
“Incalculably Diffusive”: Revisiting the Disciplinary Deficit (A Response to Elliott Oring) (pp. 175-184)
Dorothy Noyes
Questions about Questions: A Response to Robert Baron, Dorothy Noyes, and John D. Dorst (pp. 185-194)
Elliott Oring
Note
The Reflection of Social and Political Life of the Twentieth Century: Folklore Archive Materials of the Institute of Linguistics, Literature and History of the Karelian Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences (pp. 195-211)
Valentina Kuznetsova and Elena Markovskaja
Obituaries
Carole Henderson Carpenter (1944–2017) (pp. 212-214)
Priscilla A. Ord
Gregory Lew Sharrow (1950–2018) (pp. 214-216)
Andy Kolovos and Jane Beck
Book Reviews
Israel in the Making: Stickers, Stitches, and Other Critical Practices by Hagar Salamon (pp. 217-218)
Review by: Gabrielle A. Berlinger
Roots Music in America: Collected Writings of Joe Wilson by Fred Bartenstein; Lucky Joe's Namesake: The Extraordinary Life and Observations of Joe Wilson by Fred Bartenstein (pp. 218-221)
Review by: Bradley Hanson
Building Zion: The Material World of Mormon Settlement by Thomas Carter (pp. 221-223)
Review by: Meghann Jack
Behold the Proverbs of a People: Proverbial Wisdom in Culture, Literature, and Politics by Wolfgang Mieder (pp. 223-225)
Review by: David J. Puglia
Storytelling in Siberia: The Olonkho Epic in a Changing World by Robin P. Harris (pp. 225-228)
Review by: Karl Reichl
Film Reviews
  Song of the Basques by Emily Lobsenz (pp. 229-230)
Review by: Julie Boddy
Journey Proud by Joey Brackner (pp. 230-232)
Review by: Nicholas Hartmann
Exhibit Review
A Culture Carried: Bosnians in Bowling Green/Kulturno naslijeđe: Bosanci u Bowling Green-u (pp. 233-234)
Review by: Jon Kay


Information about Contributors (pp. 235-236)
Back Matter


资料来源:https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/jamerfolk.132.issue-524

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