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Crossed wires and crooked calls: imagining the telephone in South Indian comedy films of the 1990s2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (2): 290-308
  • Padma Chirumamilla
'Russell Brand's a joke, right?' Contrasting perceptions of Russell Brand's legitimacy in grassroot and electoral politics2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (1): 35-53
  • Ellen Watts
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Celebrity status and the attribution of value'
Political comedy engagement: identity and community construction2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (4): 531-47
  • Joanna Doona
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Critical effects of two Kamâl Tabrizi comedies in the Islamic Republic of Iran2020 Archives de sciences sociales des religions 65 (189): 109-35
  • Agnès Devictor
H6/KFO [ARCHIVES-]0335-5985in special issue 'Religions en Iran'; English and Spanish summaries
Vine racial comedy as anti-hegemonic humor: linguistic performance and generic innovation2019 Journal of linguistic anthropology 29 (1): 27-49
  • Kendra Calhoun
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
Ritual clowns and laughter in the religions of the Nepalese Himalayas: the symbolic language of transgressive sacrality2019 Anthropologica (New Series) 61 (1): 111-22
  • Gérard Toffin
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459French summary
In and out of control: portraying older women in contemporary Finnish comedy films2019 European journal of cultural studies 22 (5-6): 684-99
  • Hanna Varjakoski
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
'Essex girls' in the comedy club: stand-up, ridicule and 'value struggles'2019 European journal of cultural studies 22 (5-6): 763-80
  • Adama Carter
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Cultivating participation and the varieties of reflexivity in stand-up comedy2019 Journal of linguistic anthropology 29 (3): 276-93
  • Antti Lindfors
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
Rome and the Romains: laughter on the border between Kinshasa and Brazzaville2018 Africa 88 (1): 160-82
  • Clara Devlieger
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in special section 'Revenge, dreams, myths and laughter'; French summary
The ageing body in Monty Python Live (mostly)2018 European journal of cultural studies 21 (3): 382-94
  • Line Nybro Petersen
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Media and the ageing body'
A careful village: comedic dialogues and linguistic modernity in China's Tibet2018 Journal of Asian studies 77 (2): 453-74
  • Timothy Thurston
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Perspectives of (and on) a comedic self: a semiotics of subjectivity in stand-up comedy2018 Social analysis 62 (1): 116-35
  • Marianna Keisalo
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977X
A Korean, an Australian, a nomad, and a martial artists meet on the Tibetan plateau: encounters with foreigners in a Tibetan comedy from Amdo2018 Journal of folklore research 55 (3): 1-24
  • Timothy Thurston
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Shock humour: zanieness and the freedom of permanent improvisation in urban Tanzania2018 Cultural anthropology 33 (3): 473-98
  • Michael Degani
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
Letting the mask slip: shameless fame of Sierra Leone's Gongoli2018 Africa 88 (4): 718-43
  • Samuel Mark Anderson
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in thematic section 'Art and the individual in African masquerades'; French summary
The invention of gender in stand-up comedy: transgression and digression2018 Social anthropology 26 (4): 550-63
  • Marianna Keisalo
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282French summary
Ben Jonson's The Alchemist: the essential guide to early modern fairy belief2017 Folklore 128 (3): 292-313
  • Piotr Spyra
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Humor, amnesia, and making place: constitutive acts of the subject in Gezi Park, Istanbul2017 Social analysis 61 (3): 19-40
  • Banu Senay
  • Christopher Houston
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977X
Performance of moral accountability and ethics of satire in stand-up comedy2017 Ethnologia europaea 47 (2): 5-21
  • Antti Lindfors
H6 [ETHNOLOGIA-]0425-4597
Watching a Singapore drag comedian: a semiotic analysis of Kumar in a YouTube video2017 Archipel 94: 121-42
  • Jyh Wee Sew
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613
Is humor a gift from God or a way of punishment from Satan? 'Laughter as a social punishment' as a sanction of punishment of social norms in American culture2017 Journal of folklore and literature 4: 49-62
  • Gülin Öğüt Eker
1300-7491English summary
In memoriam: Christie Davies (25.12.1941-26.08.2017)2017 Folklore (Tartu) 70: 239
  • Piret Voolaid
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957in special issue 'Small places, large issues'
Folkloric elements in the internet image of the professional basketball player2017 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 54: 49-69
  • Povilas Krikščiūnas
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831in special section 'Horizons of folklore research - from myth to demotivational posters'; English summary
"The comic and the rule" in pastagate: food, humor and the politics of language in Quebec2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (4): 709-27
  • Stephanie Ketterer Hobbis
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Guo Degang. A xiangsheng (cross talk) performer bridging the gap between su (vulgarity) and ya (elegance)2017 Asian ethnology 76 (2): 343-65
  • Shenshen Cai
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
Black-faced, red faces: the potentials of humour for anti-racist action2016 Ethnic and racial studies 39 (1): 87-104
  • Maria Hynes
  • Scott Sharpe
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'Reconfiguring anti-racism'
Humour and anthropology2016 Etnofoor 28 (1): 7-10
  • Anouk de Koning
  • Michiel Swinkels
*H6 [ETNOFOOR-]0921-5158introduction to thematic issue 'Humour'
'Pushing the edge' of race and gender hegemonies through stand-up comedy: performing slavery as anti-racist critique2016 Etnofoor 28 (1): 35-54
  • Katja Antoine
*H6 [ETNOFOOR-]0921-5158in thematic issue 'Humour'
Tricksters, humour and activism2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 479-85
  • Raúl Alberto Mora
  • Simon Weaver
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779introduction to special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
Defining transcomedy: humor, tricksterism, and postcolonial affect from Gerald Vizenor to Sacha Baron Cohen2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 487-500
  • Joshua Louis Moss
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
Jaime Garzón's trickster discourse: his messages, social commentary, and legacy in Colombian comedy2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 519-34
  • Raúl Alberto Mora
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
Navigating the boys' club: Debra DiGiovanni and the performative strategy of comic self-deprecation2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 535-47
  • Danielle Jeanine Deveau
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
Performance and social activism in Morocco: the legacy of Fatima Chebcheoub2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 549-62
  • Cleo Jay
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
A trickster as a quest for self in B. Harbal's I served the king of England2016 International journal of cultural studies 19 (5): 563-75
  • Polina Golovátina-Mora
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'The trickster activist in global humour and comedy'
The hands of Donald Trump: entertainment, gesture, spectacle2016 Hau 6 (2): 71-100
  • Kira Hall
  • Matthew Bruce Ingram
  • Meryl Goldstein
2049-1115French summary
A semiotics of comedy: moving figures and shifting grounds of Chapayeka ritual clown performance2016 Hau 6 (2): 101-21
  • Marianna Keisalo
2049-1115French summary
'Picking people to hate': reversable reversals in stand-up comedy2016 Suomen antropologi 41 (4): 62-76
  • Marianna Keisalo
H6 [SUOMEN -]0355-3930in special issue 'Ritual intimacy-ritual publicity: engaging with plurality'
Cabaret's stories about the world where 'lived only Grandmas, Little Red Riding Hoods and a Wolf'2016 Literatura ludowa 60 (4/5): 3-11
  • Aleksandra Drozd
H6/KVM [LITERATURA-]0024-4708English summary
Laugh through it: assembling difference in an American stand-up comedy club2015 Ethnography 16 (2): 166-86
  • James M. Thomas
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Funerary comedies in contemporary Kinshasa: social difference, urban communities and the emergence of a cultural form2015 Africa 85 (3): 457-77
  • Katrien Pype
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720French summary
Everyday disasters, stagnation and the normalcy of non-development: Roghun Dam, a flood, and campaigns of forced taxation in southern Tajikistan2015 Central Asian survey 34 (4): 549-63
  • Diana Ibañez-Tirado
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'Reflections on post-Soviet development in Central Asia - a multi-disciplinary perspective'
Stand-up comedy: characteristics and first steps in Bulgaria2015 Bulgarski folklor 41 (1): 86-101
  • Dafina Genova
H6/KVR [BULGARSKI-]0323-9861in special issue '40 years Bulgarian Folklore Journal'; English summary
Choking off the angel mother: Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins's strategic humor2014 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 26 (3): 1-24
  • Cari M. Carpenter
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Humor in its own right?2014 Suomen antropologi 39 (4): 40-4
  • Marianna Keisalo
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930introduction to thematic section 'Anthropologies of humor'
Stand-up for anthropology: comedy and performing knowledge on stage2014 Suomen antropologi 39 (4): 44-6
  • Keir Martin
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930in thematic section 'Anthropologies of humor'
The (un)bearable lightness of nuclear energy in Finland2014 Suomen antropologi 39 (4): 47-51
  • Vincent F. Ialenti
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930in thematic section 'Anthropologies of humor'
Reflections on humor and hierarchy in Samoa2014 Suomen antropologi 39 (4): 52-60
  • Harri Siikala
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930in thematic section 'Anthropologies of humor'
Cosmologies of comedic power: a little invention goes a long way2014 Suomen antropologi 39 (4): 60-4
  • Marianna Keisalo
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930in thematic section 'Anthropologies of humor'
Jokes in Iran2014 Folklore (Tartu) 59: 105-20
  • Bakhtiar Naghdipour
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
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