John Miles Foley, Founding Editor
Synopses of Oral Traditions (1)

Oral Tradition Volume 18, Number 1March 2003


Table of Contents

Chinese_version The People’s Poetry
by Steve Zeitlin
Chinese_version The Poem Performed
by Felice Belle
Chinese_version The Heike in Japan
by Elizabeth Oyler
Chinese_version Japanese Noh and Heike katari
by Shelley Fenno Quinn
Chinese_version Japanese Oral Tradition
by Sybil Thornton
Chinese_version Performed Narratives and Music in Japan
by Alison Tokita
Chinese_version The Japanese Tale of the Heike
by Yamashita Hiroaki
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in New Testament Studies
by Richard A. Horsley
Chinese_version Oral Tradition and Rabbinic Studies
by Martin S. Jaffee
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in Bible and New Testament Studies
by Werner H. Kelber
Chinese_version Oral Tradition and Biblical Scholarship
by Susan Niditch
Chinese_version Performance Praxis and Oral Tradition
by Elizabeth C. Fine
Chinese_version Tradition as Communication
by Thomas A. McKean
Chinese_version Homer as Oral Tradition
by Egbert J. Bakker
Chinese_version Oral Tradition and Hellenistic Epic: New Directions in Apollonius of Rhodes
by Michael Barnes
Chinese_version The Homeric Question: An Issue for the Ancients?
by David Bouvier
Chinese_version Ancient Greek Oral Genres
by Casey Dué
Chinese_version Homer and the Oral Tradition
by Mark W. Edwards
Chinese_version Neoanalysis and Oral Tradition in Homeric Studies
by Margalit Finkelberg
Chinese_version The Grain of Greek Voices
by Richard Martin
Chinese_version Oral Poetics and Homeric Poetry
by Gregory Nagy
Chinese_version Homeric Studies
by Steve Reece
Chinese_version The Reception of Homer as Oral Poetry
by M. D. Usher
Chinese_version “Oral Tradition”: Weasel Words or Transdisciplinary Door to Multiplexity?
by Ruth Finnegan
Chinese_version Zulu Oral Art
by H.C. Groenewald
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in the Context of Verbal Art
by Thomas A. Hale
Chinese_version The Global and the Local with a Focus on Africa
by Beverly Stoeltje
Chinese_version Orality in Tibet
by Anne Klein
Chinese_version The Metamorphosing Field of Chaoxianzu Oral Literature
by Peace B. Lee
Chinese_version Tibetan Oral Epic
by Yang Enhong
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in Lithuania
by Lina Bugiene
Chinese_version Translating Lithuanian Poetry
by Jonas Zdanys
Chinese_version The Perspective from Folklore Studies
by Pertti Anttonen
Chinese_version Stumbling with/over Scripts: Vignettes
by Daniel Avorgbedor
Chinese_version Some Reflections on the “People’s Slam of Radivoje Ilić”: Thoughts on the Interplay of the Oral and Visual
by Joel M. Halpern
Chinese_version Continual Morphing
by Lee Haring
Chinese_version Frame Tales and Oral Tradition
by Bonnie D. Irwin
Chinese_version Oral Poetry in the Foreign Language Classroom
by Catharine Mason
Chinese_version Oral History
by Amy Shuman
Chinese_version A Plea for an Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of Arab Oral Tradition
by Saad A. Sowayan
Chinese_version “Oral Tradition” in a Technologically Advanced World
by Timothy R. Tangherlini
Chinese_version Oral Tradition and Folkloristics
by Ülo Valk
Chinese_version Basque Bertsolaritza
by Linda White

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