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'They got the English hashed up a bit': names, narratives and assimilation in Newfoundland's Syrian-Lebanese community1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 67-79
  • John Ashton
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Ballad tradition in the Tamil language: an introductory story1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 219-41
  • E. Balasundaram
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
'Geordie nation': language and regional identity in the northeast of England1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 33-48
  • Joan C. Beal
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
An eye for a rune, a tooth for a regiment: the uses of deformity1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 195-208
  • Lynn Holden
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Content, form and functions of Ibibio women's folksongs1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 243-50
  • Uwemedimo Enobong Iwoketok
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
The witches' Sabbat in legend and literature1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 157-74
  • James Brent Musgrave
  • James Houran
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Children's games are still alive: a study of children's games in a suburb west of Copenhagen1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 133-44
  • Erik Kaas Nielsen
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
The strange story of how a hopscotch stone was standardised1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 145-55
  • Erik Kaas Nielsen
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Social networks and the changing foundations of tradition1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 273-85
  • Trevor Noble
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
'Death': a male-specific concept in Igbo gender-naming1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 93-100
  • M. C. Ọnṭkawa
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Thomas Hardy's 'Play of St George'1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 257-71
  • Peter Robson
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
The etymology of gob, gab, 'mouth'1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 65-6
  • Jonathan Roper
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
A dialect word's progressive erosion in England and expansion overseas: skerrick1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 49-55
  • J. S. Ryan
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
A linguistic analysis of folk etymology1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 57-63
  • Danica Skara
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Partridge, the Man of the hill, and Blifit: folkloric functions in Tom Jones1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 209-18
  • Michele D. Theriot
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Pulareeje, or Haal Pulaar proverbs1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 101-32
  • Djibril Thiam
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Meaning in narrative: an in-context interpretation of AT 313, The girl as helper in the hero's flight1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 175-93
  • Gerald Thomas
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
'Edward', 'The Twa brothers', or the bare bones of both ?1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 251-6
  • J. D. A. Widdowson
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Hidden depths: exploiting archival resources of spoken English1999 Lore and language 17 (1/2): 81-92
  • J. D. A. Widdowson
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144
Ethnographic approaches in mass media research: studying television's social dimension1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 4-15
  • Gary R. Butler
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Not the last word on Robin Hood1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 139-45
  • S. R. Heywood
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144review article on Robin Hood and other outlaw tales, ed by S Knight and T Ohlgren (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Western Michigan Univ, Medieval Institute publications for the Consortium for the teaching of the Middle ages, Univ of Rochester, 1997) and Robin Hood: the shaping of the legend by J L Singman (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Pr, Contributions to the study of world literature, No 92, 1998); in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
'In cod we trust': the codfish as a symbol and stereotype in Newfoundland and Labrador traditional and popular culture1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 16-40
  • Anna Kearney Guigné
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Folklorists do it orally: the cultural appropriation and socio-sexual politics of verbal play1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 41-82
  • Cathy Lynn Preston
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Material riddle-jokes and traditional novelties: home-made and purchased misrepresentations1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 83-103
  • Michael J. Preston
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Use of television in everyday life: ritualisation and everyday culture1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 104-14
  • Torunn Selberg
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Keepers of the flame: the romance novel and its fans1998 Lore and language 16 (1/2): 115-38
  • Clover Williams
H6/KF [LORE-]0307-7144in special issue 'Perspectives on folklore'
Beyond survivalism: regional folkloristics in late Victorian England1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 117-27
  • J. Ashton
0307-7144
The Thomsian heritage in the Folklore Society (London)1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 5-14
  • Gillian Bennett
0307-7144
One and two percent: Scottish Gaelic folklore studies in Newfoundland and Quebec1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 128-40
  • Margaret Bennett
0307-7144
Transatlantic patterns of transmission in children's oral tradition1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 141-60
  • Mavis Curtis
0307-7144
Barrows, poems and visions: the inspirational dead1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 15-22
  • Malcom Jones
0307-7144
Knowing ourselves/knowing each other: traditional creativity in the multicultural school setting of Israel1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 161-71
  • Simon Lichman
0307-7144
The relevance of the rural tradition1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 66-74
  • Martin Lovelace
0307-7144
From Aucassin et Nicolette to the [Humorous grace]1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 23-47
  • W. F. H. Nicolaisen
0307-7144
Global people or still the folk? - Ways of viewing contemporary introductions to sociology1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 191-6
  • J. S. Ryan
0307-7144review article on Sociology by JJ Macionis (Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice Hall, 1995), and on Sociology: a down-to-earth approach by JM Henslin (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1995)
Applying our wares: folkore in the real world1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 172-80
  • Graham Seal
0307-7144
British local legends: the need for closer study1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 75-83
  • Jacqueline Simpson
0307-7144
Thomas Fairman Ordish (1855-1924): a lasting legacy1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 84-116
  • Paul Smith
0307-7144
Backwards into the future? English folklore studies in the twenty first century1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 181-90
  • J. D. A. Widdowson
0307-7144
Rewriting and rethinking the Welsh folktale1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 48-65
  • Juliette Wood
0307-7144
Marimei taboos of Kalderesh Romanies1995 Lore and language 13 (1): 73-6
  • Lorna Gibbs
0307-7144
Dialogic textmaking in folkoristics1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 125-62
  • Patton J. Jeffrey
0307-7144
An English dinner: an African-Guyanese religious dance1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 163-88
  • Gibson Kean
0307-7144
The use of the historic present tense in Scottish traveller folktales1995 Lore and language 13 (1): 1-31
  • Richard Leith
0307-7144
Etymological notes on some British bird names1995 Lore and language 13 (1): 62-72
  • W. B. Lockwood
0307-7144
Oral tradition and Irish migration [review artice on Spalpeens and Tattie Hokers: history and folklore of the Irish migratory agricultural worker in Ireland and Britain by A O'Dowd (Dublin: Irish Academic Pr, 1991), and on The uncounted Irish in Canada and the United States by ME Fitzgerald and JA King (Toronto: P.D. MEany, 1990)]1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 191-7
  • Donald M. Macraild
0307-7144
The structure of English dialects1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 199-203
  • D. Parry
0307-7144review article on A structural atlas of the English dialects by PM Anderson (London: Croom Helm, 1987)
Periphrastic Do in Gloucestershire1995 Lore and language 13 (1): 77-9
  • K. J. Payne
0307-7144
Recovering our lost heritage1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 189-90
  • J. S. Ryan
0307-7144review article on An invitation to Old Engish and Anglo-Saxon England by B Mitchell (Oxford: Blackwell, 1995), and on The Lost beliefs of northern Europe by HE Davidson (London: Routledge, 1993)
Why more histories of the English language?1995 Lore and language 13 (2): 205-8
  • J. S. Ryan
0307-7144review article on The Cambridge history of the English language Vol I, The beginnings to 1066 by RM Hogg (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr, 1992), and on A history of the English language by AC Baugh and T Cable (London: Routledge, 1993)