African Oral Tradition

Oral Tradition Volume 9, Number 1March 1994


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Oral Tradition Volume 9, Number 1 Articles

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

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