- Author:Hannjost Lixfeld,James R. Dow
- Publisher:Indiana Univ Pr; First Edition edition (February 1, 1986)
- Pages:352 pages
- Subcategory:Mythology & Folk Tales
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Dow, James R. Lixfeld, Hannjost.
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German Volkskunde: A Decade of Theoretical Confrontation, Debate, and Reorientation (1967-77). German Volkskunde is a collection of nineteen essays written by West German folklorists between 1967 and 1977. R. Dow and Hannjost Lixfeld. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986. The volume contains a. wide range of articles, from broad critiques of the discipline's theories and methods to narrow explorations into the specific genres of folk song, toys, and medicine. As with most collec-tions, there is an inevitable unevenness to the volume.
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German Volkskunde : a decade of theoretical confrontation, debate, and reorientation (1967-1977). Following the perversion of Volkskunde by National Socialism during the Third Reich, scholars in the German-speaking world have several times attempted to overcome this usurpation of thei. More). Folklore and Fascism: The Reich Institute for German Volkskunde. Roderick Stackelberg, Hannjost Lixfeld, James R. Dow. 1995.
Indiana University Press. Bloomington, Indiana, 1986. Louder than words: an introduction to non-verbal communication. By Marjorie Fink Vargas.