John Miles Foley, Founding Editor

Oral Tradition Volume 26, Number 1March 2011

Table of Contents

Ecompanion_small Revenge of the Spoken Word?: Writing, Performance, and New Media in Urban West Africa
by Moradewun Adejunmobi
Ecompanion_small Singing Dead Tales to Life: Rhetorical Strategies in Shandong Fast Tales
by Eric Shepherd
Ecompanion_small Crossing Boundaries, Breaking Rules: Continuity and Social Transformation in Trickster Tales from Central Asia
by Ildikó Bellér-Hann, Raushan Sharshenova
Ecompanion_small A Case Study in Byzantine Dragon-Slaying: Digenes and the Serpent
by Christopher Livanos
The Forgotten Text of Nikolai Golovin: New Light on the Igor Tale
by Robert Mann
Collecting South Slavic Oral Epic in 1864: Luka Marjanović’s Earliest Account
by Aaron Phillip Tate
Ecompanion_small Possibilities of Reality, Variety of Versions: The Historical Consciousness of Ainu Folktales
by Minako Sakata
Ecompanion_small Pir Sultan Abdal: Encounters with Persona in Alevi Lyric Song
by Paul Koerbin
Ecompanion_small Ritual Scenes in the Iliad: Rote, Hallowed, or Encrypted as Ancient Art?
by Margo Kitts

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