The Oxford handbook of American folklore and folklife studies

edited by Simon J. Bronner

“The first handbook of American folklore in the twenty-first century and the most comprehensive to date. Forty-three wide-ranging and diverse chapters present a sweeping survey of American folklore, including emerging areas of inquiry, such as bodylore, neurodiversity, sexual orientation, and disability. The book pays significant attention to the cultural diversity of different communities and explores how folklore evolved in the digital age.“ OUP

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