John Miles Foley, Founding Editor
Synopses of Oral Traditions (2)

Oral Tradition Volume 18, Number 2October 2003


Table of Contents

Chinese_version Pan-Hispanic Oral Tradition
by Samuel G. Armistead
Chinese_version Oral Traditions in Greater Mexico
by Marcia Farr
Chinese_version Folktales
by Isabel Cardigos
Chinese_version Portuguese Narrative Poetry
by J. J. Dias Marques
Chinese_version Oral Tradition: A Definition
by Carlos Nogueira
Chinese_version Oral Tradition as a Worldwide Phenomenon
by J. M. Pedrosa
Chinese_version Towards Greater Collaboration in Oral Tradition Studies
by Suzanne H. Petersen
Chinese_version Medieval Spanish and Judeo-Spanish
by John Zemke
Chinese_version Thoughts on Oral Tradition
by Mary-Ann Constantine
Chinese_version From Storytelling to Sermons: The Oral Narrative Tradition of Wales
by Sioned Davies
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in Medieval Welsh Poetry: 1100-1600
by Dafydd Johnston
Chinese_version Fighting Words
by Joseph Falaky Nagy
Chinese_version Orality in a Norse-Icelandic Perspective
by Michael Chesnutt
Chinese_version Folklore and Oral Tradition
by Lauri Harvilahti
Chinese_version Reconstructing Old Norse Tradition
by Stephen Mitchell
Chinese_version Medieval Icelandic Studies
by Gísli Sigurðsson
Chinese_version Medieval English Oral Tradition
by Mark C. Amodio
Chinese_version How the Beowulf Poet Composed His Poem
by Robert Payson Creed
Chinese_version Medieval Voices
by Lori Ann Garner
Chinese_version Oral Traditional Approaches to Old English Verse
by Heather Maring
Chinese_version Prizes From the Borderlands
by John D. Niles
Chinese_version Looking for an Echo: The Oral Tradition in Anglo-Saxon Literature
by Andy Orchard
Chinese_version Balochi Oral Tradition
by Sabir Badalkhan
Chinese_version Oral Narrative Studies in China
by Mark Bender
Chinese_version Minority Oral Tradition in China
by Naran Bilik
Chinese_version Korean p’ansori Narrative
by Chan Park
Chinese_version Classical Persian
by Olga Merck Davidson
Chinese_version Turkic Oral Epic
by Karl Reichl
Chinese_version A Living Shamanistic Oral Tradition: Ifugao hudhud, the Philippines
by Maria V. Stanyukovich
Chinese_version Performing Off Stage: Oral Tradition Under the Radar
by Robert Cochran
Chinese_version Oral Tradition
by Thomas A. DuBois
Chinese_version Oral Theory and Medieval German Poetry
by Edward R. Haymes
Chinese_version Oral Tradition in Linguistics
by Joshua T. Katz
Chinese_version Oral Traditions in Performance
by Della Pollock
Chinese_version Poetics and Translation Studies
by Burton Raffel
Chinese_version The Search for Wisdom in Native American Narratives and Classical Scholarship
by William Schneider
Chinese_version The Popular Ballad and Oral Tradition
by Mary Ellen Brown
Chinese_version The Implicated Ballad
by William Bernard McCarthy
Chinese_version Ballads and Bad Quartos: Oral Tradition and the English Literary Historian
by Tom Pettitt

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