FFC 302 released

FFC 302 released

FFC 302 Alexandra Bergholm: From Shaman to Saint: Interpretive strategies in the study of Buile Shuibhne A shaman, a saint, a remorseful penitent, or a mad novice? Since the publication of J. G. O’Keeffe’s edition of the medieval Irish text Buile Shuibhne­ in 1913,...
FFC 301 released

FFC 301 released

FFC 301 Merrill Kaplan: Thou Fearful Guest: addressing the past in four tales in Flateyjarbók A stranger appears at the court of a Norwegian king known best for bringing Christianity to the North. Variations of this scene appearfour times in the fourteenth-century...
The Types of International Folktales reprinted

The Types of International Folktales reprinted

FFC 284–286 reprinted Hans-Jörg Uther: The Types of International Folktales: A Classification and Bibliography. 3 vols. First printing 2004, second printing 2011. The catalog of international tale types (ATU) based on the system of Aarne/Thompson constitutes a...

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