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Volume 50, Numbers 1-3, January-December 2013

Table of Contents

Special Triple Issue
Ethnopoetics, Narrative Inequality, and Voice:
The Legacy of Dell Hymes

Edited by Paul V. Kroskrity and Anthony K. Webster

Introducing Ethnopoetics: Hymes's Legacy

pp. 1-11

Listening for Voices

Reinventing Ethnopoetics

pp. 13-39

The Patterning of Style: Indices of Performance through Ethnopoetic Analysis of Century-Old Wax Cylinders

pp. 41-77

"Grow with That, Walk with That": Hymes, Dialogicality, and Text Collections

pp. 79-116

"The Validity of Navajo Is in Its Sounds": On Hymes, Navajo Poetry, Punning, and the Recognition of Voice

pp. 117-144

Discursive Discriminations in the Representation of Western Mono and Yokuts Stories: Confronting Narrative Inequality and Listening to Indigenous Voices in Central California

pp. 145-174

Discovery and Dialogue in Ethnopoetics

pp. 175-190

Ethnopoetic Pathways

The Poetics of Language Revitalization: Text, Performance, and Change

pp. 191-216

Translating Oral Literature in Indigenous Societies: Ethnic Aesthetic Performances in Multicultural and Multilingual Settings

pp. 217-250

Ethnopoetics and Ideologies of Poetic Truth

pp. 251-283

Contested Mobilities: On the Politics and Ethnopoetics of Circulation

pp. 285-299

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