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Kendall, Laurell. Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Larsen, Stephen. NY: Harper and Row. Republished in Lutgendorf, Philip. MacNeil, Joe Neil. Translated and edited by John Shaw. Detroit: Wayne State University Press. Miller, Eric. Self-published booklet. Madras: Eric Miller. Mills, Margaret. Rhetoric and Politics in Afghan Traditional Storytelling. Boston: Little, Brown, and Co. Logan: Utah State University Press. Narayan, Kirin, in collaboration with Urmilla Devi Sood. Rosaldo, S. Lavie, and K. Noss, Philip A.
Paine, Robert, editor. Pentikainen, Juha. Price, Richard. Two Evenings in Saramaka. Quevedo, Raymond. Reynolds, Dwight. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Rooth, Anna B. Rosaldo, Michelle. Saah, Kofi. Scott, James. Domination and the Arts of Resistance. New Haven: Yale University Press. Seemetakis, Nadia. Chicago: Univeristy of Chicago Press. Seitel, Peter. Sherzer, Joel. Shostak, Marjorie. Nisa: The Life and Words of a! Kung Woman. Shuman, Amy. Cambridge: Cambridge U. Simms, Norman, editor. Oral and Traditional Literatures.
Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Press. Singer, Milton. London: Pall Mall Press. Slyomovics, Susan. Sobol, Joseph Daniel. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Very beautifully done. Hopefully additional versions by various voices will follow. Srivastava, Saheb Lal. Folk Culture and Oral Tradition. New Delhi: Abhinav. Stoller, Paul. In Sorcery's Shadow. Stree, Shakti Sanghatna. NY: Zed Books. Swallow, D. Tedlock, Dennis. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press.
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New Delhi: Manohar. Urban, Gregg. Wadley, Susan Snow.
Weiner, Annette. Myers, Yankah, Kwesi. Zenani, Nongenile Masithathu. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press. Zwettler, Michael. Columbus: Ohio State University Press. Abrahams, Roger. Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Arewa, Ojo E. Bakhtin, M. The Dialogic Imagination. Translated by Vern McGee. Bauman, Richard, editor. Verbal Art as Performance. Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland. NY: Cambridge University Press.
Douglas, Mary. Dundes, Alan. Fernandez, J. Fine, Elizabeth. The Folkloric Text from Performance to Print. Foley, John Miles. New York: Garland. Updates in Oral Tradition 1 : ; 3 : ; 7 : Georges, Robert A. Goffman, Erving. Encounters: Two Studies in the Sociology of Interaction. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill. Strategic Interaction. Goodwin, Charles. Conversational Organization: Interactions between Speakers and Hearers. Huzinga, J. Hymes, Dell. Sturtevant, Washington: Anthropological Society of Washington.
Hymes, Oxford: Blackwell. Innis, Harold A. The Bias of Communication. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Jansen, William Hugh. Richmond, Kendon, Adam. Vine, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University. Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. Goldstein, The Hague and Paris: Mouton. Lombardi-Satriani, Luigi.
The Singer of Tales. Verbal formulas are found in contemporary Yugoslavian epic-chanting performances and in Homer's Odyssey and Iliad. Degh, H. Glassie, F. Oinas, eds. Press, pp. Martin, Richard P. Mitchell-Kernan, Claudia. Moerman, Michael. Talking Culture: Ethnography and Conversational Analysis. Nagy, Gregory. Poetry as Performance: Homer and Beyond.enter
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Ong, Walter. Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. Simms, ed. Towards New Perspectives in Folklore. Austin and London: University of Texas Press. Sapir, J. Christopher Crocker, editors. Environmental Theater. NY: Hawthorn Books. Narrative, Literacy and Face in Interethnic Communication. Norwood, NJ: Ablex. Steinman, Louise. Tannen, Deborah. The Spoken Word and the Work of Interpretation.
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Turner, Victor. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company. NY: Peter Lang. Babb, Lawrence A. Bay, Jeanette Graham. Treasury of Flannelboard Stories. Upstart Library Promotionals. Briggs, Diane. Scarecrow Press. The patterns are charming and warm, and the directions are easy to follow. Coomaraswamy, Ananda K. Coupe, William A. Bibliotheca Bibliographica Aureliana, Baden-Baden: Heitz. Crane, Thomas Frederick. Publications of the Folklore Society Nedeln Lichtenstein: Krause Reprint. This tradition served as background to the secular bankelsang tradition.
Defty, Jeff. Phoenix: Oryx Press. Telling Stories Through Movement. Belmont, CA: Fearon. Dunbar, Diane. Gilson, J. Reproduced from Add. London: British Museum. Gray, Ray. Gryski, Camilla. Hawkesworth, Eric. Paper Cutting for Storytelling and Entertainment. Hicks, Doris Lynn. Flannelboard Classic Tales. In this guidebook, she offers story scripts, patterns for the felt figures, and instructions for putting the two together in the most effective ways.
As in a repertory theater company, the same actors and backdrops might appear in a variety of productions. Kallevig, Christine. Folding Stories: Storytelling and Origami as One. Storytime Ink International. Kallevig, Christina Petrell. Holiday Folding Stories. Mair, Victor H. Fold and Cut Stories. Yet, comparatively little is understood about how that union is successfully achieved. For this collection, notable presentations have been drawn from the Virginia Hamilton Conference held annually at Kent State University.
Contributors include award-winning illustrators and authors, as well as specialists in children's literature. Although the subject of this book is visuals accompanying written stories, much of the discussion also applies to accompaniment of orally-presented stories. Marsh, Valerie. Alleyside Press. Gallatin School, New York University. Oldfield, Margaret J. Tell 'n' Draw Stories. Minneapolis: Creative Storytime Press. More Tell 'n' Draw Stories.
Painter, William H. Pflomm, Phyllis Noe. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Proschan, Frank. Raghavan, V. Schwartz, Cherie Karo. Media Arts. Simmel, George. Burgess, Spencer, Ann. Newark: Newark Museum. Thompson, Richard. Willowdale, Ontario: Annick Press. Warren, Jean. Torrance, CA: Totline Press. Antoni, Klaus. Arewa, E. Arne, Antti. Translated and enlarged by Stith Thompson. Folklore Fellows Communications, No.
Folktale variants are placed into family groups; plot structures are identified by number. Bascomb, William. Bascomb, William, editor. The Frontiers of Folklore. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Reprinted, , in Folklore in Context: Essays. Folklore: Performance and Communication. Ramanujan, editors. Bottigheimer, Ruth B. Brown, W. Bruner, Edward M. Butler, Francelia. Campbell, Joseph. The Hero with a Thousand Faces. NY: Bollingen Foundation. Jung's theory of archetypes. Tells of the mono-myth: a hero embarks on an adventure and returns to help his community.
Has been criticized for being too reductive and ignoring differences between cultures. The Power of Myth. NY: Doubleday. Chatterji, Roma. Cook, Elizabeth. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Degh, Linda, editor. Studies in East European Folk Narrative. Doherty, Lillian. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Dundes, Alan, editor. Sacred Narrative: Readings in the Theory of Myth. Fischer, J. Gaster, Moses. London: The Asia Publishing House. Goldman, Robert P. London and NY: Rutledge. Holbek, Bengt. Sehmsdorf, in collaboration with E. Simpson, Jacobs, Melville. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press. Johnson, John.
The Epic of Son-Jara. Kailasapathy, K. Madras: New Century. Leach, Maria. NY: HarperCollins paperback. Levi-Straus, Claude. Limon, Jose. The European Folktale: Form and Nature. Translated by John D. Liestol, Knut. The Origin of the Icelandic Family Sagas. Loomis, C. Malinowski, Bronislav. Magic, Science and Religion, and Other Essays. O'Flaherty, Wendy Doniger. Asceticism and Eroticism in the Mythology of Shiva. The Origins of Evil in Hindu Mythology. Women, Androgynes, and Other Mythical Beasts.
Dreams, Illusions and Other Realities. Other People's Myths. NY: Macmillan. Oinas, Felix J. Oring, Elliott. Propp, Vladimir. The Morphology of The Folktale. Translated by Lawrence Scott. Ramanujan, A. Dundes, Appadurai, F. Koraom, and M. Mills, Rohrich, Lutz. Folktales and Reality. Translated by Peter Tofsky. NY: HarperCollins.
Spencer, Robert F. Greenway, Stone, Kay. Kalccik, Sussman, Linda. Studies in Imagination series. Hudson, NY:Lindisfarne Books. Tatar, Maria. Off With Their Heads! Fairytales and the Culture of Childhood. Thompson, Stith. Motif-Index of Folk Literature. See if you can think of a motif that is not in here! The Oral Tales of India. Folklore Series Jason, Heda. Types of Indic Oral Tales: Supplement.
Edited by John H. Special Publications of the Folklore Institute, No. Toelken, Barre. The Dynamics of Folklore. Lakoff, G. Where mathematics comes from: How the embodied mind brings mathematics into being. New York: Basic Books. McKee, R. Story: Substance, structure, style, and the principles of screenwriting. New York: ReganBooks.
McGowen, M. What mathematics knowledge do pre-service elementary teachers value and remember? Speiser, C. Walter Eds. Chick, K. Stacey, J. Vincent Eds. Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne. MacIntyre, A. After virtue: A study in moral theory. Norman, D. Things that make us smart: Defending human attributes in the age of the machine. New York: Addison-Wesley. Schank, R. Tell me a story: A new look at real and artificial memory. New York: Mac-Millan. Sinclair, N. The joy of mathematics. MathMania , 5 3 , 4. The aesthetic is relevant.
For the Learning of Mathematics , 27 1 , 25— Stipek, J. Teaching and Teacher Education , 17, — Yeats, K. Seller Inventory n. Marni Gillard. Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title Marni Gillard has told stories to preschoolers, middle schoolers, and college students, and elicited their tales in return. Storyteller, Storyteacher includes: The important difference between reading aloud and storytelling.
How children can learn from the natural storytellers in their lives.
How to retrieve early memories. Strategies and reasons for the use of visualization. A perspective on performance anxiety and reluctant tellers. How less-competent readers and writers find a safe and success-strewn path to literacy through oracy. How oral stories help build community from the first day of school. About the Author : Marni Gillard travels to schools, libraries, festivals, and conferences as a storyteller and workshop presenter. Review : A committed teacher, storyteller, and listener presents a highly readable how-to about involving both adults and students in storytelling.
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