Most Recent Reviews

Below are the 15 most recent books reviewed by the Journal of Folklore Research. Clicking the links will bring you to the review's own page where you can see complete biblopgraphic information and read the entire review.

Middle of Nowhere: Religion, Art, and Pop Culture at Salvation Mountain (Sara M. Patterson)
Global Tarantella: Reinventing Southern Italian Folk Music and Dances (Incoronata Inserra)
"That's What They Used to Say": Reflections on American Indian Oral Traditions (Donald L. Fixico)
Irish Ethnologies (Editor: Diarmuid Ó Giolláin)
Outsider Art: Visionary Worlds and Trauma (Daniel Wojcik)
Visioning A Mi'kmaw Humanities: Indigenizing the Academy (Editor: Marie Battiste)
African Photographer J. A. Green: Reimagining the Indigenous and the Colonial (Editor: Martha G. Anderson and Lisa Aronson)
Complementary, Alternative, and Traditional Medicine: Prospects and Challenges for Women's Reproductive Health (Editor: Jennie Hornosty and Maria Costanza Torri)
¡Corrido! The Living Ballad of Mexico's Western Coast (John Holmes McDowell)
Tales of the Narts: Ancient Myths and Legends of the Ossetians (Editor: John Colarusso and Tamilan Salbiev)
Humble Theory: Folklore's Grasp on Social Life (Dorothy Noyes)
The Sorcerer's Apprentice: An Anthology of Magical Tales (Editor: Jack Zipes)
American Quilts in the Industrial Age, 1760–1870: The International Quilt Study Center and Museum Collections (Editor: Patricia Cox Crews and Carolyn Ducey)
Resisting Paradise: Tourism, Diaspora, and Sexuality in Caribbean Culture (Angelique V. Nixon)
Blood on the Tides: The Ozidi Saga and Oral Epic Narratology (Isidore Okpewho)

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