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A joke, mockery, or something more? The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - an invented religion or a new movement?2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 81-100
  • Siarhei A. Anoshka
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Queer identity in the contemporary art of Kazakhstan2021 Central Asian survey 40 (1): 113-31
  • Saltanat Shoshanova
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'The social role of art and culture in Central Asia'
Online coping with the first wave: COVID humor and rumor on Dutch social media (March-July 2020)2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 135-58
  • Theo Meder
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Early days of the novel Coronavirus: public responses in social media during the first month of the outbreak2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 159-82
  • Maris Kuperjanov
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Suffering medical contexts: laughter, humor, and the medical carnivalesque2020 Journal of American folklore 133 (527): 3-26
  • Lisa Gabbert
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Humour at work: conviviality through language play in Singapore’s multicultural workplaces2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (5): 911-29
  • Amanda Wise
  • Selvaraj Velayutham
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1466-4356in special issue 'Everyday multiculturalism in/across Asia'
When the moral mentors lapse: a comparative study of Estonian and Belarusian clergy jokes2020 Folklore 131 (3): 292-309
  • Anastasiya Fiadotava
  • Liisi Laineste
  • Tõnno Jonus
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Where the structural meets the personal: mother-in-law humor between a joke cycle and joking relationships in Belorussia2020 Folklore (Tartu) 79: 157-82
  • Anastasiya Fiadotava
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957in special issue 'Migration and diasporas, part 2'
“Our shmuck”: Russian folklore about American elections2020 Journal of American folklore 133 (530): 452-70
  • Alexandra Arkhipova
  • Anna Kirzyuk
  • Daria Radchenko
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Critical folkloristics today'
Rire pour mieux résister. Les conteurs-menteurs de Noirmoutier2020 Cahiers de litterature orale : 83-9
  • Lydia Gaborit
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]2266-1816in special issue 'Oralités contestataires'
Contestation et dérision dans les contes facétieux roumains au temps du communisme2020 Cahiers de litterature orale : 109-16
  • Micheline Lebarbier
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]2266-1816in special issue 'Oralités contestataires'
Le viol de la femme du préfet ou le récit subversif d’une inversion des rapports de domination dans les Andes2020 Cahiers de litterature orale : 163-71
  • Camille Noûs
  • Valérie Robin Azevedo
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]2266-1816in special issue 'Oralités contestataires'
Humour in Narendra Modi memes on new media2020 South Asian popular culture 18 (3): 227-45
  • Ankita Chatterjee
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Disparagement humour and gendered racism on social media in Brazil2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (15): 2766-84
  • Luiz-Valério P. Trinidade
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Africa starts at the Pyrenees: humor, laughter, and finance recession in a Spanish enclave in Morocco2019 Anthropological quarterly 92 (1): 143-72
  • Brian Campbell
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
Spatial practices in the space of haze city2019 Space and culture 22 (2): 111-25
  • Xian Zhou
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312in special issue on Nanjing
(In/exclusion) humor and diversity in Finnish public radio: 'if all immigrants were as funny as you guys nobody would have any problems'2019 European journal of cultural studies 22 (2): 213-30
  • Isabel Awad
  • Mikko Malmberg
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in issue 'Fortress Europe'
Constituting (fe)male in Malay television2019 Indonesia and the Malay world 47 (137): 90-107
  • Luqman Lee
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811
"You are a trickster": mockery, egalitarianism, and uncertaintly in northeastern Namibia2019 Social analysis 63 (1): 1-21
  • Megan Laws
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977X
Requiem for a waria: piety and the political potentiality of ironic experience2019 Social analysis 63 (1): 83-102
  • Sylvia Tidey
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977X
Anthropologies imaginaires: a critique of coloniality through voice and satire2019 Anthropologie et sociétés 43 (1): 141-68
  • Gabriel Dharmoo
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Sound fields'; 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
The neo-liberal city and cinema: Deccani films2019 South Asian popular culture 17 (2): 185-96
  • C. Yamini Krishna
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Representing sexuality through folklore: erotic folktales and online jokes as "mirrors" of gender hierarchies2019 Folklore (Tartu) 75: 149-72
  • Aleksandar Takovski
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
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
The goldfish and Little Red Riding Hood: characters and their combinations in fairy tale jokes and parodies2019 Journal of ethnology and folkloristics 13 (1): 9-28
  • Risto Järc
H6/KVT [JOURNAL-]1736-6518
'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
Smiling face of folk humor in the virtual world: political anecdotes2019 Journal of folklore and literature 99 (3): 471-89
  • Mehmet Emin Bars
1300-7491English summary
Images de campagne: Jilbab, James Bond et blagues salaces2019 Archipel (98): 21-33
  • Rémy Madinier
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613
Laughing about corruption in Ethiopian-Chinese encounters2019 American anthropologist 121 (4): 911-22
  • Miriam Driessen
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish, Amharic and Chinese summaries
The Communist hero and the April Fool's joke: the cultural politics of authentication and fakery2019 Social anthropology 27 (3): 438-54
  • Katherine Bischoping
  • Zhipeng Gao
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282in special section 'Mapping out an anthropology of defrauding and faking'
Taking humor seriously in contemporary food research2019 Food Culture and Society 22 (3): 262-79
  • Angela Meah
  • Peter Jackson
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Colours in Slovenian contemporary folklore riddles2019 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 59 (1): 71-9
  • Saša Babič
H6/KVP [SLOVENSKO ETNOLOSKO DRUSTVO. Glasnik]0351-2908English summary
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
Not just a joke: the 'quenelle' as a running gag masking anti-Semitic communication2018 European journal of cultural studies 21 (2): 189-206
  • Sandrine Boudana
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
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
Petronėlė Gerlikienė - her life and work2018 Liaudies kultūra 3: 51-66
  • Jurgita Gerlikaitė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
It was (never) relajo: diasporic chronotrope and the social work of Jewish Mexican ethnic joking2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 671-708
  • Evelyn Dean-Olmsted
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
'There are times when I feel like a bit of an alien': middling migrants and the national order of things2018 Nations and nationalism 24 (3): 606-23
  • Michael Skey
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078in thematic section 'Everyday nationalism's evidence problem'
Satire and subversion2018 British Museum magazine (91): 24-9
  • Tom Hockenhull
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
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
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
"Endeavor to persevere": the bad, the good, and making frybread2018 Canadian journal of native studies 38 (1): 55-73
  • Sam Pack
*H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0715-3244French summary
Political parody and the politics of ambivalence2018 Annual review of anthropology 47: 201-16
  • Tanja Petrović
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570
Elite ethnography in an insecure place: the methodological implications of "studying up" in Pakistan2018 Focaal (82): 80-93
  • Rosita Armytage
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297
Creativity and humor in the online folklore of the 2014 elections in Hungary2018 Folklore (Tartu) 74: 7-24
  • Katalin Vargha
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Snap! Crackle! Inuit pop art!2018 Inuit art quarterly 31 (4): 27-33
  • Cass Gardiner
*H6/KFY [INUIT-]0831-6708
Fake news vs. “foke” news: a brief, personal, recent history2018 Journal of American folklore 131 (522): 379-87
  • Russell Frank
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Fake news'