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Folktales and Fairy Tales:  Translation, Colonialism, and Cinema

 

Each main speaker has selected some suggested reading material for the symposium.  They are available below as pdf files.

 

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DONALD HAASE

Haase, Donald. "Framing the Brothers Grimm: Paratexts and Intercultural Transmission in English-Language Editions of the Kinder-und Hausmärchen." Fabula 44.1-2 (2003): 55-69.  <CLICK HERE>

Zipes, Jack. "Cross-Cultural Connections and the Contamination of the Classical Fairy Tale." The Great Fairy Tale Tradition: From Straparola and Basile to the Brothers Grimm. New York: Norton, 2001. 845-69.  <CLICK HERE>

 

VILSONI HERENIKO

Howard, Alan. "Presenting Rotuma to the World: The Making of The Land Has Eyes." Visual Anthropology Review 22.1 (2006): 73-95.  <CLICK HERE>

 

SADHANA NAITHANI

Naithani, Sadhana. "The Golden Manuscripts." In Quest of Indian Folktales; Pandit Ram Gharib Chaube and William Crooke. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2006. 19-37.  <CLICK HERE>

Naithani, Sadhana. "Crooke, Chaube, and Colonial Folkloristics, 1868–1914." In Quest of Indian Folktales; Pandit Ram Gharib Chaube and William Crooke. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2006. 38-55.  <CLICK HERE>

Lutz Rohrich.  Folktale and Reality. Indiana UP, 1991. Chapter 1.

 

NOENOE SILVA

Silva, Noenoe.  "Pele, Hi'iaka, and Haumea:  Women and Power in Two Hawaiian Mo'olelo."  Pacific Studies 30.1-2 (2007):  159-81.  <CLICK HERE>

Silva, Noenoe and Iokepa Badis.  "Early Hawaiian Newspapers and Kanaka Maoli Intellectual History."  Forthcoming in Hawaiian Journal of History, 2008.  <CLICK HERE>

 

WAZIYATAWIN

Wilson, Waziyatawin Angela. "Wahokunkiyapi (They Provide Guidance)." Remember This! Dakota Decolonization and the Eli Taylor Narratives. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 2005. 137-68.  <CLICK HERE>

Wilson, Waziyatawin Angela. "Taku Wakan (That Which Is Mysterious)." Remember This! Dakota Decolonization and the Eli Taylor Narratives. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 2005. 169-83.  <CLICK HERE>

 

STEVEN WINDUO

Winduo, Steven. "Cassowary Woman as Gendered Metaphor in South Pacific Literary Culture." Vaka Vuku: Pacific Epistemologies Conference. University of the South Pacific, Fiji, 6 July 2006.  <CLICK HERE>

Winduo, Steven. "Unwriting Oceania: The Repositioning of the Pacific Writer Scholars Within a Folk Narrative Space." New Literary History 31.3 (2000): 599-613.  <CLICK HERE>

 

JACK ZIPES

Zipes, Jack. "Toward a Theory of the Fairy Tale as Literary Genre." Why Fairy Tales Stick; The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre. New York: Routledge, 2006. 1-39.  <CLICK HERE>

Zipes, Jack. "The Evolution and Dissemination of the Classical Fairy Tale." Why Fairy Tales Stick; The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre. New York: Routledge, 2006. 41-89.  <CLICK HERE>

Zipes, Jack. "What Makes a Repulsive Frog So Appealing: Applying Memetics to Folk and Fairy Tales." Relentless Progress. Forthcoming.  <CLICK HERE>

 

CRISTINA BACCHILEGA

Bacchilega, Cristina and Noelani Arista. "The Arabian Nights in the Kuokoa, a Nineteenth-Century Hawaiian Newspaper: Reflections on the Politics of Translation." The Arabian Nights in Transnational Perspective. Ed. Ulrich Marzolph. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2007. 157-82.  <CLICK HERE>

 

 

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