FFN 49

FFN 49

Contents Pekka Hakamies Focusing on the main task Kaarina Koski Continuing Bonds in Finnish Bereavement Narratives Māra Zirnīte and Ieva Garda-Rozenberga Oral History Studies in Latvia News from the Finnish Literature Society Dani Schrire, Hagar Salamon and Galit...
FF Network 48

FF Network 48

Contents Pekka Hakamies Change and Continuity Anna-Leena Siikala In Memoriam Frog Linguistic Multiforms: Advancing Oral-Formulaic Theory Karina Lukin Shaman or con-man? Ways to frame cultural heritage after anti-religious propaganda T. G. Vladykina and A. Ye. Zagrebin...
FF Network 47

FF Network 47

Contents Pekka Hakamies The essence of folklore and its new life on the web Anne Heimo and Kirsi Hänninen Participatory, community and spontaneous archives and digitally born cultural heritage Lynne McNeill ‘The internet is weird’: folkloristics in the...
FF Network 46

FF Network 46

Contents Pekka Hakamies The Folklore Fellows’ Summer School as an institution Art Leete Turning points in the history of ethnographic descriptions of the peoples of the north News from the Finnish Literature Society Arvo Krikmann On the vowel euphony in Finnic...
FF Network 45

FF Network 45

Contents Pekka Hakamies Folklore, Ethics and Politics Tuomas Hovi Authenticity, Dracula Tourism and the Folklore Process Soumya Mohan Ghosh and Rajni Singh Reconstructing Draupadi: The reclamation and articulation of the feminine self in Saoli Mitra’s Nathavati...
FF Network 44

FF Network 44

Contents Pekka Hakamies Let’s get Digital: The Folklore Fellows’ Summer School 2015 Anne Heimo & Kaarina Koski Internet Memes as Statements and Entertainment Wolfgang Mieder Futuristic Paremiography and Paremiology: A plea for the collection and study of modern...

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