1. The Welfare Legend Tradition in Online and Off-Line Contexts
  2. Tom Mould
  3. pp. 381-412
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  1. “Taalk Half, Lef Half”: Negotiating Transnational Identities through Proverbial Speech in African Guyanese Kweh-Kweh Rituals
  2. Gillian Richards-Greaves
  3. pp. 413-435
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  1. Folklore and Education: A Short History of a Long Endeavor
  2. Anne Pryor, Paddy Bowman
  3. pp. 436-458
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  1. “A Strange, Ventriloquous Voice”: Louisiana Creole, Whiteness, and the Racial Politics of Writing Orality
  2. Jennifer Gipson
  3. pp. 459-485
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  1. Orality, Commonality, Commons, Sustainability, and Resilience
  2. Jeff Todd Titon
  3. pp. 486-497
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  1. Brian Sutton-Smith (1924–2015)
  2. Elizabeth Tucker
  3. pp. 498-499
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  1. Couldn’t Have a Wedding without the Fiddler: The Story of Traditional Fiddling on Prince Edward Island by Ken Perlman (review)
  2. Gregory Hansen
  3. pp. 500-501
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