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.

Jewish Cultural Studies (Simon J. Bronner)
Walks on the Ground: A Tribal History of the Ponca Nation (Louis V. Headman)
Affective Ecocriticism: Emotion, Embodiment, Environment (Editor: Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino)
American Trickster: Trauma, Tradition and Brer Rabbit (Emily Zobel Marshall)
Dances with Ancestors: The Shaman’s Guide to Engaging the Old Ones (David Kowalewski)
Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus!: Photographs from the Sacred Steel Community (Robert L. Stone)
Revolutionary Bodies: Chinese Dance and the Socialist Legacy (Emily Wilcox)
Tending the Fire: Native Voices and Portraits (Christopher Felver (Photographer), Simon J. Ortiz (Foreward), and Linda Hogan (Introduction))
Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories: QAnon, 5G, the New World Order and Other Viral Ideas (Wendy Welch John Bodner, Ian Brodie, Anna Muldoon, Donald Leech and Ashley Marshall)
The Portable Community: The Quest for Community in Bluegrass Festival Culture (Robert Owen Gardner)
Orion's Guiding Stars: The Myth of the Hero and the Human Instinct for Story (Marc Ladewig)
Native Provenance: The Betrayal of Cultural Creativity (Gerald Vizenor)
Retelling Trickster in Naapi’s Language (Nimachia Howe)
Unsettling Native Art Histories on the Northwest Coast (Editor: Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and Aldona Jonaitis)
Mapping Fairy-Tale Space: Pastiche and Metafiction in Borderless Tales (Christy Williams)

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