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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...

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FF Network 43

Pekka Hakamies The Individual and the History of Science Alexandra Bergholm King, Poet, Seer: aspects of the Celtic Wild Man legend in medieval literature Anna Angelopoulos and Marianthi Kaplanoglou Greek Magic Tales: aspects of research in Folklore Studies and...

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FF Network 42

Pekka Hakamies Publish or perish Kari Mikko Vesala & Seppo Knuuttila Non-communication as a perspective on the world of communication: elaborating on Bateson Regina F. Bendix Forget inheriting – invest in culture! News from the Finnish Literature Society Aili...

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FF Network 41

Pekka Hakamies Dear Folklore Fellows Timo Kaartinen Handing down and writing down Pekka Hakamies Management and loss of narrative knowledge in the 'Guided Islands and Conducted Lands' (East Indonesia and East Timor) News from the Finnish Literature Society Folklore...

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FF Network 40

Pekka Hakamies Oral and written folklore Lotte Tarkka The deck of cards and the language of tradition Bengt af Klintberg Wandering legends about wandering forests Reviews Download FFN 40 in PDF...

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FF Network 39

  Pekka Hakamies The centenary of Folklore Fellows' Communications Tom DuBois Tale of two journals Pekka Hakamies Story and reality in folkloristics Niina Hämäläinen After the New Folkloristics? Download FF Network 39, December 2010, in PDF...

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Network 38

  Pekka Hakamies Tradition—continuity—change Ulrika Wolf-Knuts A history of folkloristics Ulf Palmenfelt Once upon a time there was a genre Eila Stepanova The Kalevala in the Contexts of Regional and Global Culture Download FF Network 38, June 2010, in PDF format...

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Network 37

No. 37 / December 2009 Anna-Leena Siikala A new generation Annikki Kaivola-Bregenhøj History bursts into story: women's tales of war Publications of the Finnish Literature Society Jonathan Roper Narratives across time and space: the 15th Congress of the International...

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Network 36

No. 36 / July 2009 Anna-Leena Siikala Diverse Research Histories Jukka Siikala Those Who Know: the Tumu Korero of the Cook Islands Cristina Bacchilega Before and After ‘Folktales and Fairy Tales: Translation, Colonialism, and Cinema’ Recent Publications of the Finnish...

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Network 35

No. 35 / December 2008 Anna-Leena Siikala Strengthening International Activity Pekka Hakamies The Modernisation of the Soviet Karelian Countryside: The case of Vieljärvi/Vedlozero from the 1920s to the 1960s Pertti Anttonen The Textualization of Oral Tradition and Its...

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Network 34

No. 34 / June 2008 Anna-Leena Siikala Kaarle Krohn's Way Anna-Leena Siikala Mythic Discourses: Questions of Finno-Ugric Studies of Myth Hanne Pico Larsen & Lizette Gradén Imagined Nordic Spaces Recent Publications of the Finnish Literature Society Reviews by Hanne...

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Network 33

No. 33 / December 2007 Anna-Leena Siikala The Long Road of Folklorstics John Shaw Gaelic Oral Poetry in Scotland Pertti Anttonen Notes on Lauri Honko’s Discussion on Paradigms in the History of Folklore Studies Recent Publications of the Finnish Literature Society...

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Network 32

No. 32 / June 2007 Anna-Leena Siikala On Borders, in Centres and on Peripheries Stein R. Mathisen Folklore in Northern Multicultural Contexts Carsten Bregenhøj A Mumming Skit from 1860: Its Context and Background Recent Publications of the Finnish Literature Society...

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Network 31

No. 31 / December 2006 Anna-Leena Siikala: Folklore Performance and the Sense of Belonging Pekka Hakamies: Collectivity in Folklore Kristin Kuutma: Changing Codified Symbols of Identity Recent publications of the Finnish Literature Society Ulf Palmenfelt and Owe...

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Network 30

No. 30 / June 2006 Anna-Leena Siikala: Globalisation and the Renewal of Tradition Laura Stark: Magic Narratives as Dialogue Between Archives and Rural Inhabitants in Finland 1880–1960 John Miles Foley: Oral Tradition and the Internet: Navigating Pathways Recent...

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Network 29

No. 29 / December 2005 Anna-Leena Siikala: Research, teaching and quality assurance Annikki Kaivola-Bregenhøj: Homo narrans – people making narratives Tarja Kupiainen: Folk narrative theories and contemporary practices Recent publications of the Finnish Literature...

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Network 28

No. 28 / June 2005 Anna-Leena Siikala: Folkloristics and globalisation Seppo Knuuttila Getting lost Diarmuid Ó Giolláin: The national and the local - practices of de- and retraditionalization Recent publications of the Finnish Literature Society Reviews by Jurjen van...

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Network 27

No. 27 / December 2004 Anna-Leena Siikala: The many faces of contemporary folklore studies Aili Nenola: On power and violence in patriarchal households Sinikka Vakimo: Gender in Finnish folkloristics – outlines of broadening fields Recent publications of the Finnish...

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Network 26

No. 26 / May 2004 Anna-Leena Siikala: Folkloristics moves into the digital age Lauri Harvilahti: Textualising an oral epic – a mission impossible? Christine Goldberg: African-American folktales: Where do they come from? Why does it matter? Reviews by Ergo-Hart Västrik...

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Network 23

No. 23 / December 2003 Maria Vasenkari: Elias Lönnrot and the birth of a nation Lauri Honko: Who are the epic-makers? Anna-Leena Siikala: The 6th Folklore Fellows’ Summer School at Lammi Leea Virtanen: Estonian folkloristics enjoys its new-found freedom Reviews by...

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Network 25

No. 25 / December 2003 Anna-Leena Siikala: Reaping the harvest of the Kalevala jubilee years Satu Apo: A singing scribe or a nationalist author? The making of the Kalevala as described by Elias Lönnrot Anna-Leena Siikala: Elias Lönnrot the ethnographer Jouni Hyvönen:...

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Network 24

No. 24 / May 2003 Anna-Leena Siikala: The Folklore Fellows’ Network and international cooperation Anna-Leena Siikala: Lauri Honko 1932-2002 Lauri Honko: The five performances of the Kalevala Niina Hämäläinen, Kaarina Koski, Maria Vasenkari: Memory, recollection and...

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Network 22

No. 22 / November 2001 Lauri Honko: The digital era is here Tiina Mahlamäki: Some guidelines for the archiving of qualitative research data Jukka Saarinen: Kalevalaic poetry as a digital corpus Barbro Klein: Anna Birgitta Rooth and folkloristics in Sweden Reviews by...

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Network 21

No. 21 / March 2001 How to become a member of the Folklore Fellows Do we need a folkloristic code of ethics Copyright and folklore A new association FF Summer School 2002 Sigillo d'Oro (Città di Palermo) Reviews A new volume of the FFC...

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Network 20

No. 20 / November 2000 Toward the ethics of textualisation FFSS99 workshop reports: Folkloristic research ethics Classifying folktales: The third revision of the Aarne-Thompson tale type index Textualization of Oral Epics published New volumes of FFC FF Summer School...

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Network 18

No. 18 / November 1999 Transparent 5th Summer School by Lauri Honko Variation, textuality and thick corpus by Maria Vasenkari FFSS99 Participants, teachers, supporting staff FFSS99 Secretariat, organising committee, organising institutions FFSS99 Sponsors Making the...

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Network 17

No. 17 / June 1999 Turku welcomes FFSS in August 1999 by Lauri Honko The Kalevala and the World's Traditional Epics The Kalevala - the Finnish national epic with worldwide influence by Anneli Asplund & Sirkka-Liisa Mettomäki I. K. Inha in the Kalevala song country...

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Network 19

No. 19 / March 1999 A decade of renewed Folklore Fellows by Lauri Honko FFSS99 workshop reports: The politics of textualisation The diversity of oral epics Principles of fieldwork and archiving Summer School 2001 Summer School 2001: Application form Comments on...

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Network 16

No. 16 / October 1998 Back to basics by Lauri Honko The Kalevala in translation by Henni Ilomäki Trends and traditions by Bengt af Klintberg From the shadow of mentalities by Seppo Knuuttila Gender and ethnography by Margaret Mills Call for Papers - "The Kalevala and...

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Network 15

No. 15 / April 1998 Institutional profiles by Lauri Honko The Kalevala Insitute at the University of Turku by Lauri Honko Folklore activities of the Finnish Literature Society by Urpo Vento Matti Kuusi (1914-1998) The Kalevala Prize New Nordic Network Thick Corpus and...

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Network 14

No. 14 / December 1997 FF Network expands by Lauri Honko Tradition, locality and globalization: world's flowing into each other by Satu Lehtinen & Airi Markkanen Multicultural processes and meanings of folklore by Lauri Harvilahti FFSS97 Working Groups A code of...

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Network 13

No. 13 / November 1996 Kalevala Institute on the drawing board by Lauri Honko Comparing the textualization of oral epics - FFOE Conference 1996 by Lauri Honko Local and global processes in folklore studies - FF Summer School 1997 by Lauri...

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Network 12

No. 12 / June 1996 The quest for oral text: the third wave? by Lauri Honko Folklore Fellows' Summer School 1997: Tradition, locality and multicultural processes by Anna-Leena Siikala FFOE Conference on textualization of oral...

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Network 11

No. 11 / October 1995 Academia Scientiarum Fennica Folklorists in Search of Identity. The Folklore Fellows' Summer School at the University of Joensuu Folklore Fellows in Gender Studies Folklore Fellows International: Statutes The Elusive Oral Text: FFOE focuses on...

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Network 10

No. 10 / May 1995 Oral and Semiliterary Epics: A Panel in Mysore Folklore Fellows' Summer School 1995. Preliminary Programme Folklore Fellows in Gender Studies in Mysore Folklore Fellows in Gender Studies - list of members FF Advisory Committee Nominated New Members...

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Network 8

No. 8 / April 1994 FF Honorary and Full Members Tradition and Conflicting Identities - FF Summer School 1995 by Anna-Leena Siikala FF in Gender Studies by Aili...

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Network 7

No. 7 / November 1993 Folklore Fellows activities by Lauri Honko Teachings of the Silk-Road Epics: A Workshop in Turku by Lauri Honko The 2nd FF Summer School: Tradition and Renewal by Anna-Leena Siikala FFSS93: A Participant's Report by Liam Ó Dochartaigh FFSS93...

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Network 6

No. 6 / March 1993 Folklore Fellows recruits members by Lauri Honko Global and regional work at the FFSS FFSS 1993 - preliminary programme Folklore Fellows in oral epics Bengt Holbek...

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Network 5

Contents of the FF Network 5 (August 1992) Folklorists meet in Innsbruck by Lauri Honko Folklore Fellows' Summer School approaches by Lotte Tarkka A good word for...

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Network 4

Contents of the FF Network 4 (May 1992) Tradition and renewal at the FFSS by Lauri Honko Folklore Fellows' Summer School 1993 in Turku by Anna-Leena Siikala The governing...

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Network 3

Contents of the FF Network 3 (January 1992) The Unesco perspective on folklore by Lauri Honko

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Network 2

Contents of the FF Network 2 (June 1991) Welcome to the FF Summer School 91 FFSS91 programme FFSS91 Participants FFSS91 Teachers FFSS91...

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Network 1

Contents of FF Network 1 (April 1991) Introduction 207 applications to the Folklore Fellows' Summer...

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