Alaska Native Language Archive
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Alaskan Folklore and the American Philogical Tradition -- excerpts
|Excerpts relating to Michael Krauss, his work with Anna Nelson Harry, and the Eyak. Chapter 4|
|Personal Author: Ainsworth, Cynthea L., 1953- |
|Title: Alaskan folklore and the American philological tradition / Cynthea L. Ainsworth. |
|Publication info: 1997. |
|Physical descrip: xi, 254 leaves ; 28 cm. |
|Dissertation note: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Indiana University, 1997. |
|Contents: "Moccasin prints on the tundra" : challenges in the collection and analysis of Alaskan native traditional narrative -- Nineteenth century philology, Franz Boas, and Alaska in comparative folklore studies -- Twentieth century philology, Melville Jacobs, Dell Hymes, Dennis Tedlock and ethnopoetics -- The Alaskan native movement and Alaskan philologists -- Other interpretive approaches -- "Do I have to tell you everything?" : translation and interpretation in Alaskan narrative. |
Ainsworth, Cynthea (author)
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