Oral Tradition Volume 13

Edited by John M. Foley

Volume 13 (1998)
Numbers 1 and 2

Number 1

Thematic issue on "Native American Oral Traditions: Collaboration and Interpretation," Larry Evers and Barre Toelken, special editors

Larry Evers and Barre Toelken
Introduction: Collaboration in the Translation and Interpretation of Native American Oral Traditions
Felipe S. Molina and Larry Evers
"Like this it stays in your hands": Collaboration and Ethnopoetics
Nora Marks Dauenhauer and Richard L. Dauenhauer
Tracking "Yuwaan Gageets": A Russian Fairy Tale in Tlingit Oral Tradition
Marya Moses and Toby C. S. Langen
Reading Martha Lamont's Crow Story Today
Ofelia Zepeda and Jane Hill
Collaborative Sociolinguistic Research among the Tohono O'odham
Darryl Babe Wilson and Susan Brandenstein Park
"Wu-ches-erik (Loon Woman) and Ori-aswe (Wildcat)"
George B. Wasson and Barre Toelken
Coyote and the Strawberries: Cultural Drama and Intercultural Collaboration
Elsie P. Mather and Phyllis Morrow
"There Are No More Words to the Story"

Number 2

Reflections on Myth and History: Tuareg Concepts of Truth, "Lies," and "Children's Tales"
Susan J. Rasmussen
"Signs on a white field": A Look at Orality in Literacy and James Joyce's Ulysses
Sabine Habermalz
E-Texts: The Orality and Literacy Issue Revisited
Bruce Lionel Mason
Suzhou Tanci Storytelling in China: Contexts of Performance
Mark Bender
Translation and Orality in the Old English Orosius
Deborah VanderBilt
Oral English in South African Theater of the 1980's
Yvonne Banning
A Comparative Study of the Singing Styles of Mongolian and Tibetan Geser/Gesar Artists
Yang Enhong
Cultural Assimilation in Njál's saga
Craig R. Davis
The Creation of the Ancient Greek Epic Cycle
Ingrid Holmberg