John Miles Foley, Founding Editor
African Oral Tradition

Oral Tradition Volume 9, Number 1March 1994

Table of Contents

On the Sense and Nonsense of Performance Studies Concerning Oral Literature of the Bulsa in Northern Ghana
by Rüediger Schott
Silent Voices: The Role of Somali Women’s Poetry in Social and Political Life
by Zainab Mohamed Jama
Introduction: The Search for Grounds in African Oral Tradition
by Lee Haring
Social Speech and Speech of the Imagination: Female Identity and Ambivalence in Bambara-Malinké Oral Literature
by Veronika Görög-Karady
Pattern, Interaction, and the Non-Dialogic in Performance by Hausa Rap Artists
by Graham Furniss, Sa’idu Babur Ahmed
Through Ambiguous Tales: Women’s Voices in Chokwe Storytelling
by Rachel I. Fretz
Field of Life, Sowing of Speech, Harvest of Acts
by Sory Camara
Oral Literary Criticism and the Performance of the Igbo Epic
by Chukwuma Azuonye
Freedom to Sing, License to Insult: The Influence of Haló Performance on Social Violence Among the Anlo Ewe
by Daniel K. Avorgbedor
Women’s Discourse on Social Change in Nzema (Ghanaian) Maiden Songs
by K.E. Agovi

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