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World Oral Literature Series

Sous la direction de Mark Turin

The World Oral Literature series is published in partnership with the World Oral Literature Project, directed by Mark Turin at the University of Cambridge and Yale University. Including some of our most-read titles, this series exists to preserve and promote the oral literatures of indigenous people by publishing materials on endangered traditions in innovative ways. These books allow the reader to see and hear as well.
Lying at the intersection of anthropology and linguistics, the study of oral genres is an exciting and developing field, but one with few publishing outlets. We offer researchers the opportunity to present recordings of the oral literature they discuss within the book, preserving the richness and contextual meaning of oral narratives and allowing their representation and reuse. Striking and original, this series makes dissemination of such unique literary traditions possible for the first time.

ISSN (Édition imprimée) : 2050-7933

ISSN (Édition numérique) : 2054-362X

Tales of Darkness and Light

Soso Tham’s The Old Days of the Khasis

Soso Tham Janet Hujon (éd.) Janet Hujon (trad.)

2018

Long Narrative Songs from the Mongghul of Northeast Tibet

Texts in Mongghul, Chinese, and English

Gerald Roche et Li Dechun (dir.) Li Dechun (trad.)

2017

Searching for Sharing

Heritage and Multimedia in Africa

Mark Turin et Daniela Merolla (dir.)

2017

Stories from Quechan Oral Literature

A. M Halpern et Amy Miller

2015

Oral Literature in the Digital Age

Archiving Orality and Connecting with Communities

Mark Turin, Claire Wheeler et Eleanor Wilkinson (dir.)

2013

Storytelling in Northern Zambia

Theory, Method, Practice and Other Necessary Fictions

Robert Cancel

2013

How to Read a Folktale

The Ibonia Epic from Madagascar

Lee Haring (éd.)

2013