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Introdução =Vorwort =Introduction
Isabel Cardigos e Ines Köler-Zülch

Gender, culture and folklore
Aili Nenola

Feminism and bluebeard
Rose Lovell-Smith
 
Perspectives on cowgirls, humor and images of the American West
Kristin McAndrews

Gender trouble? On the gender constitution of clergymen's wives
Birgitta Meurlin

Personal narratives on war: a challenge to women's essays and ethnography in Croatia
Renata Jambresic Kirin

Women's and men's storytelling: what is the difference? Some observations in contemporary slovak storytelling communities
Gabriela Kiliánová

The multilingual subaltern: creolization as agency
Lee Haring

The rebellious girl who wants the perfect man: role assignments in folktales of the bulsa in Northern Ghana
Rudiger Schott

Looking for a spouse in mwera folk narratives
Uta Teuster-Jahn

Gender and magic in junkun folktales
Sabine Dinslage and Anne Storch

Recognizing female sexuality: at 313, the maid as mentor in the young man's maturation
Gerald Thomas

Speech and gender: indian versions of the silence wager (at 1351)
Stuart Blackburn

Virgins in brothels: gender and religious ecotypfication
Daniel Boyarin

The wearing and shedding of enchanted shoes
Isabel Cardigos 

NOTAS E RECENSÕES

Marina Warner, No go the Bogeyman. Scaring, lulling and making mock. London: Chatto and Windus, 1998.435 pages
Patricia Baubeta

Marvels & tales. Journal of fairy-tale studies. Special issue: Angela Carter and the literary Märchen, vol. 12, nº 1, 1998, 252 pp.
Natividade Pires

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1999Marvels & tales. Journal of fairy-tale studies. Special issue: Angela Carter and the literary Märchen, vol. 12, nº 1, 1998, 252 pp.Pires, Maria da NatividadereviewopenAccess
1999Marina Warner, No go the Bogeyman. Scaring, lulling and making mock. London: Chatto and Windus, 1998.435 pagesBaubeta, Patricia Anne Odber dereviewopenAccess
1999The wearing and shedding of enchanted shoesCardigos, IsabelarticleopenAccess
1999Virgins in brothels: gender and religious ecotypficationBoyarin, DanielarticleopenAccess
1999Speech and gender: indian versions of the silence wager (at 1351)Blackburn, StuartarticleopenAccess
1999Recognizing female sexuality: at 313, the maid as mentor in the young man's maturationThomas, GeraldarticleopenAccess
1999Gender and magic in junkun folktalesDinslage, Sabine; Storch, AnnearticleopenAccess
1995Looking for a spouse in mwera folk narrativesReuster-Jahn, UtaarticleopenAccess
1999The rebellious girl who wants the perfect man: role assignments in folktales of the bulsa in Northern GhanaSchott, RüdigerarticleopenAccess
1999The multilingual subaltern: creolization as agencyHaring, LeearticleopenAccess
1999Women's and men's storytelling: what is the difference? Some observations in contemporary slovak storytelling communitiesKiliánová, GabrielaarticleopenAccess
1999Personal narratives on war: a challenge to women's essays and ethnography in CroatiaKirin, Renata JambresicarticleopenAccess
1999Gender trouble? On the gender constitution of clergymen's wivesMeurling, BirgittaarticleopenAccess
1999Perspectives on cowgirls, humor and images of the American WestMcAndrews, Kristin M.articleopenAccess
1999Feminism and bluebeardLovell-Smith, RosearticleopenAccess
1999Gender, culture and folkloreNenola, AiliarticleopenAccess
1999Introdução = Vorwort = IntroductionCardigos, Isabel; Köler-Zülch, InesotheropenAccess
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