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TitleCulture & Tradition, vol. 27 (2005)
Alternative TitleCulture and Tradition; Culture et tradition
EditorKitta, Andrea, 1977-
PublisherFolklore Students Association, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Association des étudiants en arts et traditions populaires, Université Laval
Place of PublicationSt. John's, N.L.; Québec, Qué.
Date2005
ContentsIntroduction / Andrea Kitta -- Vladimir Propp, meet Happy Gilmore: Adam Sandler and vernacular cinema / Ian Brodie, Jodi McDavid -- Les odeurs : la face cachée de notre quotidian / Mathieu Tremblay -- Commodification of native American spirituality: "native American" tarot and divination cards / Janice Esther Tulk -- Voix de femmes et la tradition: une initiative originale de developpement régional et local en ruralité / Genevieve St-Jacques Theriault Kanashibari - Japanese "Old Hag": the case study of self-analysis on personal experiences with the supernatural / Ayako Yoshimura -- The baby-boy syndrome in the folktales of the Baganda / Abasi Kiyimba -- The Japanese house wake as a liminal period / Sonoko Momose-- Radio mondo: transcending the boundaries of community radio in Alberta -/Gillian Turnbull -- Non-ethnography as ethnography: making use of a punk rock tour diary / Lynda Daneliuk-- Interethnic folklore and representations of outport life in Anastasia M. English's Only a fisherman's daughter: a tale of Newfoundland / Heather C. O'Brien -- The late great Johnny Ace and the Transition from R&B to Rock 'n' Roll, James M. Salem / Judith Klassen -- Once upon a virus: AIDS legends and vernacular risk perception, Diane Goldstein / Andrea Kitta -- Why Suyá sing: a musical anthropology of an Amazonian people, Anthony Seeger / Janice Esther Tulk -- Fairy tales and feminism: new approaches, ed. Donald Haase / Lynne S. McNeill -- Lucifer ascending: the occult in folklore and popular culture, Bill Ellis / Kelly Roubo -- In review: recent recordings released by Sugar Hill Records / Gillian Turnbull -- Doig River First Nation. Hadaa ka naadzet: the Dane-Zaa moose hunt / Mary Piercey -- Taboo: the complele first season, exec. prod. David Royle / Kiersten Hill -- Voices across the canyon, volume 6 / Janice Esther Tulk -- Gerald Thomas 1940 2005 / Philip Hiscock Biographical notes / notices biographiques.
Journal DetailsCulture & Tradition is published by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland. It is Canada's longest running, bilingual folklore journal. The journal was founded in 1976 by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland and in Arts et Traditions Populaires at Université Laval, Québec, with the aim of increasing communication among students of folklore in Canada. The journal is published annually. -- Frequency: annual, 1976-present.
SubjectFolklore--Canada--Periodicals
Folklore--Newfoundland and Labrador--Periodicals
ContributorsKitta, Andrea, 1977-
Brodie, Ian Bernard
McDavid, Jodi
Tremblay, Mathieu
Tulk, Janice Esther, 1979-
Theriault, Genevieve St-Jacques
Yoshimura, Ayako, 1977-
Kiyimba, Abasi
Momose, Sonoko
Turnbull, Gillian
Daneliuk, Lynda
O'Brien, Heather C.
Klassen, Judith Marie, 1976-
McNeill, Lynne Sullivan
Roubo, Kelly
Piercey, Mary
Hill, Kiersten
Hiscock, Philip
Physical Description179 p. : ill, maps
NoteIndexed in: Newfoundland Periodical Article Bibliography.
LocationCanada
Canada--Newfoundland and Labrador
SourcePrint text held in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies.
Local Call NumberGR 113 C88 2005
TypeText
Resource TypePeriodical
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
IdentifierCT-0027
LanguageEng; Fre
CollectionCulture & Tradition
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Centre for Newfoundland Studies
PDF File(33.02 MB) -- http://collections.mun.ca/PDFs/cult_trad/Volume27_2005.pdf