FFN 53

FFN 53

Contents   FF Communications under Duress Frog The Where, How and Who of Digital Ethnography Coppélie Cocq A Brief History of the University of California, Berkeley’s Folklore Graduate Program Charles L. Briggs Beyond Content Analysis Katherine Borland Review –...

Announcement from Oral Tradition

We are happy to announce that Oral Tradition, a peer-reviewed, open access journal focusing on the world’s oral traditions and related forms from antiquity to the present day, has moved to a new home at Harvard. Oral Tradition reaches more than 20,000 readers per year...
Beyond Content Analysis – Narratives of Belonging in a Changing Neighborhood

Review: Atlantic Outlooks on Being at Home

Joonas Ahola Matthias Egeler 2018: Atlantic Outlooks on Being at Home: Gaelic Place-Lore and the Construction of a Sense of Place in Medieval Iceland. Finnish Academy of Science and Letters Folklore Fellows’ Communications 314 Porvoo 2018, 324 pp. Available at...
Beyond Content Analysis – Narratives of Belonging in a Changing Neighborhood

The Where, How and Who of Digital Ethnography

Coppelie Cocq   “I found it on the internet.” I am convinced that I am not the only one who has received this answer when asking a student to specify the origin of her/his material. “The internet” is part of everyday life for most of us, to some extent and in...

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