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Cultural Analysis Volume on Practice Theory in Folkloristics and Ethnology

Wednesday, September 21, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Jesse A. Fivecoate
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Check out the current issue of Cultural Analysis, which features articles on practice theory in contemporary folkloristics and ethnology. The volumes include: 


Anthony Bak Buccitelli and Casey R. Schmitt
Everyday Practice and Tradition: New Directions for Practice Theory in Ethnology and Folkloristics


Simon J. Bronner
Toward a Definition of Folklore in Practice

Matthias Klückmann
Practicing Community: Outline of a Praxeological Approach to the Feeling of We-ness

Rachel V. González-Martin 
Digitizing Cultural Economies: ‘Personalization’ and U.S. Quinceañera Practice Online

Anthony Bak Buccitelli 
Hybrid Tactics and Locative Legends: Re-reading de Certeau for the Future of Folkloristics

Roma Chatterji 
Repetition, Improvisation, Tradition: Deleuzean Themes in the Folk Art of Bengal

Casey R. Schmitt 
The Tactical Trail: Sense of Place and Place of Practice

Harris M. Berger and Giovanna P. Del Negro 
Reasonable Suspicion: Folklore, Practice, and the Reproduction of Institutions

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