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...
FFC 305 released

FFC 305 released

FFC 305 Lotte Tarkka, Songs of the Border People: Genre, Reflexivity, and Performance in Karelian Oral Poetry Rune-singing in the Kalevala meter is one of the few European oral poetries to survive the long nineteenth century. In her comprehensive study of the poems...
FF Network 43

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...
FFC 304 released

FFC 304 released

FFC 304 Theoretical Milestones: Selected Writings of Lauri Honko, edited by Pekka Hakamies and Anneli Honko Lauri Honko (1932–2002) was among the leading folklorists of his time. In particular, he developed theories and concepts relating to folk belief, genre and...

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