Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics (JEF) is a multidisciplinary forum for scholars. Addressed to an international scholarly audience, JEF is open to contributions from researchers all over the world. JEF publishes articles in the research areas of ethnology, folkloristics, museology, cultural and social anthropology. It includes both studies focused on the empirical analysis of particular cases as well as those more theoretically oriented.
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Vol 7, No 2 (2013): Fairy Tales — Tellers, Tellings and Interpretations
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Table of Contents
|Preface to the Special Issue|
|A Storyteller’s Autobiographical Analysis of Himself|
|Storytelling: Performance, Presentations and Sacral Communication|
|A Mortal Visits the Other World – the Relativity of Time in Estonian Fairy Tales|
|Gender Stereotypes in Cinderella (ATU 510A) and The Princess on the Glass Mountain (ATU 530)|
|The Woman as Wolf (AT 409): Some Interpretations of a Very Estonian Folk Tale|
Notes and Reviews
|Drinking and Driving Is So Much Fun|
ISSN (print) 1736-6518. ISSN (online) 2228-0987. JEF is a joint publication of the University of Tartu, the Estonian National Museum and the Estonian Literary Museum.