A history of Catalan folk literature / edited by Carme Oriol, Emili Samper, Rovira i Virgili University.

"A History of Catalan Folk Literature is the fruit of a collaborative effort between fifteen researchers from various universities and research centres who have joined forces to create a broader study of Catalan folk literature that addresses the Catalan linguistic and cultural territories in t...

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Other Authors: Oriol i Carazo, Carme, 1955- (Editor), Samper Prunera, Emili, (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2019]
Series:IVITRA research in linguistics and literature ; v. 21.
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490 1 |a IVITRA research in linguistics and literature : studies, editions and translations,  |x 2211-5412 ;  |v volume 21. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
520 |a "A History of Catalan Folk Literature is the fruit of a collaborative effort between fifteen researchers from various universities and research centres who have joined forces to create a broader study of Catalan folk literature that addresses the Catalan linguistic and cultural territories in their entirety. Since the thirteenth century, Catalan culture has created a rich and abundant literary legacy, and since the mid-nineteenth century this has been complemented by a tradition of folklore studies that remains very much alive today. Within this comparatively recent discipline, folk literature has played a particularly important role. The book presents the evolution of Catalan folk literature studies in each of the areas that make up the Catalan linguistic and cultural territories referred to above. The period considered stretches from the mid-nineteenth century, when the beginnings of a scientific interest in folklore emerged across Europe, to the present day"--  |c Provided by publisher. 
505 8 |a The beginnings of interest in Catalan folk literature: The Romantic period; Literary folklore; Folk poetry and folktales: Manuel Milà i Fontanals and Marià Aguiló i Fuster; The Renaixença and the Floral Games; From popularisation to academic study: Francesc Pelai Briz i Fernández and Francesc de Sales Maspons i Labrós; Female folklorists of the Renaixença: Maria de Bell-lloch and Agna de Valldaura. 
505 8 |a Folktales, songs and proverbs: Jacint Verdaguer and Sebastià FarnésExcursionist folklore; The Catalan Folklore Section and its publications; Two examples: Pau Bertran i Bros and Cels Gomis i Mestre; Catalonia: The classical period: From folklore studies to the great archiving projects; Folklore studies in the first third of the twentieth century; Folklore and feminism; The institutions and women's access to culture; The School for Governesses and other Professions for Women; The Women's Cultural Institute and Popular Library; The Excursionist Centre of Catalonia. 
505 8 |a Rossend Serra i Pagès and the academic folkloristsMaria Baldó i Massanet (1884-1964); Maria Gràcia Bassa i Rocas (1883-1961); Adelaida Ferré i Gomis (1881-1955); Sara Llorens i Carreras (1881-1954); Joana Vidal i Tarragó (1882-1957); Women folklorists; Rossend Serra i Pagès and the great folklore archiving projects; Rossend Serra i Pagès (1863-1929); The archiving projects; The Archive of Ethnography and Folklore of Catalonia (1915-1945); The Popular Song Book of Catalonia (1922-2012); The Archive of Popular Traditions (1928-1935); Page 15; Research from the 1940s. 
505 8 |a Joan Amades i Gelats (1890-1959)Catalonia: The modern period: From resurgence to consolidation; Contributions of academics and scholars; Josep Romeu i Figueras (1917-2004); Josep Massot i Muntaner (1941- ); Resumption, renewal and consolidation; Resumption (1978-1989); The ethnological tradition: Studies of folklore history; The literary tradition: Describing the object of study; Institutional support; Associations and their research; Ethnomusicology studies; Recovering works of folk literature; Renewal (1990-1999); The Colloquium on Traditional Song; The Folklore Studies Conference. 
505 8 |a Broadening the scope of research: Contributions from scientific disciplinesThe creation of the Folklore Archive at Rovira i Virgili University; The Centre for the Promotion of Catalan Folk and Traditional Culture; New editions and reprints of works of folk literature; Consolidation (2000- ); Publications; University research projects; Research networks; The Folklore Archive at Rovira i Virgili University, a space for the promotion and dissemination of research; From the Centre for the Promotion of Catalan Folk and Traditional Culture to the Folk Culture Documentation Centre. 
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