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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tribute to Professor Roger Janelli at Folkore Forum

Professor Roger L. Janelli, scholar of folklore and anthropology of Korea, retired last year from Indiana University at Bloomington after 32 years. Folklore Forum, "a space for the free exchange of ideas on the cutting edge of folklore, folklife and ethnomusicology," honors Professor Janelli with a special online issue Folklore of East Asia (link to the archive page).

I have been very fortunate to get to know Professor Janelli early in my scholarly career, and I have benefited from his friendly advice a lot, not to say about one particular reference for a scholarship.

Here are choices from the articles with some links:

Elizabeth A. Burbach. "From the Editor-in-Chief."

Kyoim Yun. "From the Guest Editor."

ARTICLES

Adam Bronson. "Japanese Folklore Studies and History: Pre-War and Post-War Inflections."

Patricia Ann Hardwick. "‘Neither Fish nor Fowl’: Constructing Peranakan Identity in Colonial and Post-Colonial Singapore."

Hilary Finchum-Sung. "Performing the ‘Traditional’ in the South Korean Musical World."

Mack Hagood. "Liminal States: Life as an Indie Musician on Taiwan."

Sue-Je Lee Gage. "Conversation with Roger L. Janelli."


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<Anonymous Anonymous> said on 10.3.09 : 

Oh, sad to hear! What about his wife? My experience of meeting her at a Korean studies conference was less than encouraging.


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