Volume 15, Number 1, 1993 Poésie populaire Folk Poetry

Table of contents (28 articles)


  1. Shakespoke: Selves, Others, and Folk Poetry
  2. “Others Like Him”: The Alberta Pioneer in Popular Culture & Folk Poetry
  3. Prison Folk Poetry: The Barone Trilogy
  4. Folk Poetry and the Collected Self
  5. The Poetics of Writing the Self: Pierre Sentat’s Verse
  6. “My Name is Nothing Extra/But the Truth to you I'll Tell”:Assessing the Personal Use of Traditional Poetry
  7. Race, Sex Work and Ethnographic Representation or, What To Do About Loki’s Toast
  1. References Cited

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews

  1. Peter NARVAEZ (ed.), The Good People: New Fairylore Essays (New York & London, Garland Publishing Inc., 1991, xiv+519 p., ISBN 0-8240-7100-X)
  2. Hermann BAUSINGER, translated by Elke DETTMER, Folk Culture in a World of Technology (Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1990, 187 p., ISBN 0-253-31127-0)
  3. David C. WOODMAN, Unravelling the Franklin Mystery: Inuit Testimony (Montréal, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1991, xiv+390 p., ISBN 0-7735-0833-3)
  4. Frances FRASER, The Bear Who Stole the Chinook: Taies from the Blackfoot, Introduction by Hugh A. DEMPSEY (Vancouver, Douglas and Mclntyre, 1990, xiv+129 p., ISBN 0-88894-685-6)
  5. Theodore C. HUMPHREY and Lin T. HUMPHREY (eds.), “ We Gather Together” : Food and Festival in American Life (Logan, Utah State University Press, 1991,289 p., ISBN 0- 87421-155-7)
  6. Paul SMITH (ed.), guest editors Tom GREEN and Sylvia GRIDER, Contemporary Legend: The Journal of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research, volume I (Enfield Lock, Ifissarlik Publishers)
  7. Don HANDELMAN, Models and Mirrors: Towards an Anthropology of Public Events (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1990, 330 p., ISBN 0-521-35069-7)
  8. Anne K. KALER, The Picara: From Hera to Fantasy Heroine (Bowling Green, Ohio, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1991, 210 p.+index, ISBN 0-87972-515-X, hardcover, 0-87972-516-8 paperback)
  9. Robin RIDINGTON, Little Bit Know Something: Stories in a Language of Anthropology (Vancouver, Douglas and Mclntyre, 1990, xvii+281 p., ISBN 0-88894-681-3)
  10. James KIRKLAND, Holly MATHEWS, C.W. SULLIVAN III, Karen BALDWIN (eds.), Herbal and Magical Medicine: Traditional Healing Today (Durham and London, Duke University Press, 1992, 241 p., ISBN 0-8223-1217-4)
  11. Barbara RIETI, Strange Terrain: The Fairy World in Newfoundland (St. John’s, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1992, xvi+273 p., note, preface, photographs, notes, bibliography, informant index)
  12. Diane RAYMOND (ed.), Sexual Politics and Popular Culture (Ohio, Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1990, 249 p„ ISBN: 0-87972-502-8)
  13. Chandra MUKERJI and Michael SCHUDSON (eds.), Rethinking Popular Culture (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1991,501 p. ISBN 0-520-06892-0)
  14. Marta WEIGLE, Spiders & Spinsters: Women and Mythology (Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1982,340 p., ISBN 0-8263-0644-6)
  15. John DORST, The Written Suburb: An American Site, an Ethnographic Dilemma (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989, 220 p., ISBN 0-8122-1282-7) / Alexander WILSON, The Culture of Nature: North American Landscape from Disney to the Exxon Valdez (Toronto, Between the Lines, 1991, 335 p., ISBN 0-921284-52-7) / Sharon ZUKIN, Landscapes of Power: From Detroit to Disney World (Berkeley, University of California Press, 1991,326 p., ISBN 0-520-07221-9)
  16. Diane E. GOLDSTEIN (ed.), Talking Aids: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (Research and Policy Papers no 12, Institute of Social and Economie Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1991, p. 145, ISSN 0828-6868)
  17. Helga TEIWES, Kachina Dolls: The Art of Hopi Carvers (Tucson, The University of Arizona Press, 1991, xvi and 161 p., illus., ISBN 0-8165-1226-4, hardback, ISBN 0-8165-1264-7, paperback)
  18. Nora MARKS DAUENHAUER & Richard DAUENHAUER (eds.), Haa Tuwunaagu Yis, for Healing our Spirit, Tlingit Oratory (Seattle, University of Washington Press, 1990, xxxv + 569 p., ISBN 0-295-96849-4)
  19. David VINCENT, Literacy and Popular Culture: England 1750-1914 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989, Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture 19, xii+362 p., bibliography, index, ISBN 0-521-33466-7)
  20. Julie CRUIKSHANK in collaboration with Angela SIDNEY, Kitty SMITH and Annie NED, Life Lived Like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Elders (University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, B. C., ISBN 0-7748-0357-6)

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