Past Articles of Interest to Ethnomusicologists

Stone, Ruth M. "Performance in Contemporary African Arts: A Prologue." Journal of Folklore Research 25.1/2 (1988): 3-15. Web.

 

Cosentino, Donald. "Image, Parody, and Debate: Levels in Mende Narrative Performance." Journal of Folklore Research 25.1/2 (1988): 17-34. Web.

 

J. H. Kwabena Nketia. "The Intensity Factor in African Music." Journal of Folklore Research 25.1/2 (1988): 53-86. Web.

 

Arnoldi, Mary Jo. "Performance, Style, and the Assertion of Identity in Malian Puppet Drama." Journal of Folklore Research 25.1/2 (1988): 87-100. Web.

 

Green, Archie. "Labor Song: An Ambiguous Legacy." Journal of Folklore Research 28.2/3 (1991): 93-102. Web.

 

DeNatale, Doug, and Hinson Glenn. "The Southern Textile Song Tradition Reconsidered." Journal of Folklore Research 28.2/3 (1991): 103-33. Web.

 

Cowley, John. "Shack Bullies and Levee Contractors: Bluesmen as Ethnographers." Journal of Folklore Research 28.2/3 (1991): 135-62. Web.

 

Minton, John. ""The Waterman Train Wreck": Tracking a Folksong in Deep East Texas." Journal of Folklore Research 28.2/3 (1991): 179-219. Web.

 

Rosenberg, Neil V. ""An Icy Mountain Brook": Revival, Aesthetics, and the "Coal Creek March"" Journal of Folklore Research 28.2/3 (1991): 221-40. Web.

 

Bernard, Shane, and Girouard Julia. ""Colinda": Mysterious Origins of a Cajun Folksong." Journal of Folklore Research 29.1 (1992): 37-52. Web.

 

Roger DeV. Renwick. "Folksong Scholarship Today: A Rich Palimpsest." Journal of Folklore Research 29.1 (1992): 73-81. Web.

 

Rieuwerts, Sigrid. ""The Genuine Ballads of the People": F. J. Child and the Ballad Cause." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 1-34. Web.

 

Porter, Gerald. ""Work the Old Lady out of the Ditch": Singing at Work by English Lacemakers." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 35-55. Web.

 

Manuel Da Costa Fontes. "Between Oral and Written Transmission: "O Sacrifício De Isaac" in the Portuguese Oral Tradition." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 57-96. Web.

 

Del Giudice, Luisa. "Oral Theory and the Northern Italian Ballad Tradition: An Ethnographic Approach to the Ballad Formula." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 97-126. Web.

 

Garcia, Sara S. "Origins and Destinies: A May Day Mexican Corrido as Symbolic Personal Legacy." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 127-50. Web.

 

Seeger, Judith. "Genre and the Ballad." Journal of Folklore Research 31.1/3 (1994): 151-76. Web.

 

Minton, John. "Creole Community and "Mass" Communication: Houston Zydeco as a Mediated Tradition." Journal of Folklore Research 32.1 (1995): 1-19. Web.

 

Lancefield, Robert C. "Musical Traces' Retraceable Paths: The Repatriation of Recorded Sound." Journal of Folklore Research 35.1 (1998): 47-68. Web.

 

Rudy, Jill Terry. "Considering Rhetoric's Wayward Child: Ballad Scholarship and Intradisciplinary Conflict." Journal of Folklore Research 35.2 (1998): 85-98. Web.

 

Thomas, Jeannie B., and Enders Doug. "Bluegrass and "White Trash": A Case Study concerning the Name "Folklore" and Class Bias." Journal of Folklore Research 37.1 (2000): 23-52. Web.

 

Gilman, Lisa. "The Traditionalization of Women's Dancing, Hegemony, and Politics in Malawi." Journal of Folklore Research 41.1 (2004): 33-60. Web.

 

Fleming, Rachel C. "Resisting Cultural Standardization: Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann and the Revitalization of Traditional Music in Ireland." Journal of Folklore Research 41.2/3 (2004): 227-57. Web.

 

Archer, John. "The Little Waiata That Ran Away: Songs from the Maori-Pakeha Cultural Interface." Journal of Folklore Research 44.2/3 (2007): 239-47. Web.

 

Kaminsky, David. "Keeping Sweden Swedish: Folk Music, Right-Wing Nationalism, and the Immigration Debate." Journal of Folklore Research 49.1 (2012): 73-96. Web.

 

McDowell, John H. "The Ballad of Narcomexico." Journal of Folklore Research 49.3 (2012): 249-74. Web.

 

Emoto, Tomomi J. "Performing Alterity: Postcolonial Genesis of Borderland Identity in Japan." Journal of Folklore Research 53.1 (2016): 1-39. Web.