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.
JEF is indexed by Anthropological Index Online, Central and Eastern European Online Library (C.E.E.O.L.), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ERIH PLUS, MLA Directory of Periodicals (EBSCO), MLA International Bibliography (EBSCO) and Open Folklore Project.
Vol 9, No 1 (2015)
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Table of Contents
|The Role of Language in (Re)creating Tatar Diaspora Identity: The Case of the Estonian Tatars|
|Karakats: the Bricolage of Hybrid Vehicles that Skate and Swim|
|Patrick Laviolette, Alla Sirotina||21-40|
|Arctic Bowyery – The Use of Compression Wood in Bows in the Subarctic and Arctic Regions of Eurasia and America|
|Contest in Nanai Shamanic Tales|
|Tatiana Diomidovna Bulgakova||61-79|
|When Ghosts Can Talk: Informant Reality and Ethnographic Policy|
|James M Nyce, Sanna Talja, Sidney Dekker||81-97|
|The Ethics of Ethnographic Attraction: Reflections on the Production of the Finno-Ugric Exhibitions at the Estonian National Museum|
|Art Leete, Svetlana Karm||99-121|
|Exploring Engagement Repetoires in Social Media: the Museum Perspective|
|Linda Lotina, Krista Lepik||123-142|
Notes and Reviews
|The Social Construction of Motherhood in Bengali Folklore|
|Sraboni Chatterjee, Pranab Chatterjee||143-153|
|The Departure of an Era in Estonian Ethnology|
|Toivo Sikka (May 22, 1962 – May 23, 2015)|
|JEF Editorial Team||158|
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.