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Ethnologie

Ajala, Prof. Dr. Aderemi S.

University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Fachgebiet: Cultural anthropology
Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Günther Schlee Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung
  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Obafemi Awolowo and the Beginning of the Yoruba Political Image in Nigeria. . In: Journal of Environment and Culture. 5(1), 2008, p. 29 - 48 [Yoruba politics, Awolowo, Social aspiration, Social Space , Cultural values].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Anthropology (in the 21st Century) as a Borderless Discipline: Implications for Archaeological Studies in Nigeria. In: Nyame Akuma.. 69 (June), 2008, p. 23 - 30 [Anthropology, Archaeology, Trans-disciplinary, Ibadan.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Rural Health Provisioning: Socio- cultural Factors Influencing Maternal and Child Health care in Osun state, Nigeria. Germany: Peter Lang, 2009, 126 pp. [Marternal and Child Health, Rural Health, Force-hand Feeding, Breastfeeding, Harmful Practices in Healthcare, Yoruba Society, and Traditional Health care system].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: 'Ifa Divination as a Diagnostic and Therapeutic Device in Yoruba Haling System'. In: Global African Spirituality, Social Capital and Self-reliance in Africa. (Ed. Tunde Babawale and Akin Alao (Eds.)) Lagos: Centre for Black African Arts and Culture., 2008, p. 215 - 232 [Ifa; Yoruba healing; Modern Healthcare; Divination; Therapeutics.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: “Space and Identity in Ibadan Politics, Western Nigeria”. In: African Identities. 6(1), 2008, p. 149 - 168 [Ibadan politics; Violence; Hegemonic power; Adedibu; Identity.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Yoruba Nationalist Movements, Ethnic Politics and Violence: A Creation of Historical Conciousness and Socio-political Space in South-western Nigeria. In: IFREAS,Mainz Arbeitspapiere. . 105, 2009, p. 1 - 44 [Yoruba tradition, ethnicity, South-western Nigeria, ethno-nationalist movement, violence.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Religion and Politics in the Making of Yoruba Nationalism in South-western Nigeria. In: Orita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. XLI/II, 2010, p. 112 - 136 [Nationalism, Religion, All inclusive, Yoruba, Western Nigeria. ].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala and Ediomo-Ubong, E.N: It's My Step-Mother: Witchcraft, Social relations and Health security in Ibibio, south-south Nigeria. In: Anthropos. 105, 2010, p. 455 - 470 [Nigeria, Ibibio, Withcraft, Social relations, Health care and HIV/AIDS.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: A ji s'ebi Òy´ó: Yuruba Perception of Nationalism in Nigerian National Politics. In: Nationalism an Politics in Post-Colonial Nigeria. (Ed. Aderemi Suleiman Ajala) Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2012, p. 175 - 192.

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism. Culture, Politics and Violence in South-Western Nigeria (1900-2012). Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2013, 184 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala and Omobowale, M.O.: Pàrágà: Socio-economic Context of the Production and Utilization of Alcoholic Herbal Remedy in Ibadan, Nigeria“. In: Anthropos,. 108 (1), 2013, p. 149- - 162 [Alcoholic, Local herbs, Ibadan, Paraga].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala and Olarinmoye, A.W: From Kitchen to Corridor of Power: Yoruba Women Breaking through Patriarchal Politics in South-western Nigeria. . In: West African Journal of Archaeology. 43 (2), 2013, p. 135- - 166 [Elective Politics, Yoruba Women, Patriarchal Politics ].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism and the Legal Perspectives of the O’odua Peoples’ Congress in South-western Nigeria. In: Recht in Afrika. 16 (1), 2013, p. 1 - 11 [O'odua People's Congress, Ethnic Nationalism, Self determination, Law, Southwestern Nigeria].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Book Review: Africa after Apartheid: South Africa, Race and Nation in Tanzania, by Richard A. Schroeder, Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2012:PP 228. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies. 14 (9), 2014, p. 102 - 107 [Apartheid, South Africa, Tanzania, Nation, Race].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Digging Facts through Tape-recording and Trowel: an Archaeological Study of Owu in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Nyame Akuma. 81, 2014, p. 34 - 40 [Archaeology and Anthropology, Methodology, Combined Research, University of Ibadan, Owu fieldwork].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala: From Insurgency to Cultural Diplomacy: Education and the Transformation of Gani Adams' O'dua Peoples' Congress. In: Knowledge and Nigeria's National Security: Essays in Honor of bashorun Sheinde Arogbofa.. (Ed. Albert, O.A; B.O, Ololajulo and O. Aremu) Abuja: Society for Peace Studies and Practice, 2015, p. 145 - 155 [OPC, Yoruba Nationalism, Gani Adams, Insurgency and Knowledge transformation].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism and the Dynamics of Political Leadership in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Government and Leadership in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges.. (Ed. Adekunle, J.O and A.O Nwauwa) New Jersey: Goldline and Jacobs Publishing Coy, 2016, p. 203 - 216 [Yoruba Nationalism, Political Leadership, Obafemi Awolowo, Dynamics in Southwestern Nigeria.].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala and Adejumo Prisca Olubisi: VIH/sida, panico e economia moral du cuidado entre os Yoruba do sudoeste da Nigeria. In: Planeta Sida: Diversidade, Politicas e respostas Sociais.. (Ed. Octavio Sacremento and Fernando Bessa Ribeiro.) V.N Famalicao: Edicoes Humus, 2016, p. 105 - 126 Original author: Octavio Sacramento and Fernando Bessa Ribeiro (English) [VIH/sida, moral du cuidado, Yoruba, Sudoeste da Nigeria.].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala and Insa Nolte: Ambivalence and Transgression in the Practice of Sango. In: Beyond Religious Tolerance: Muslim, Christain and Traditionalist Encounters in an African Town.. (Ed. Insa Nolte, Olukoya Ogen and Rebecca Jones) United Kingdom: James Curry, 2016, p. 57 - 74 [Sango Worship, Ambivalence, Transgression, Ede, Southwestern Nigeria.].

Funk, Prof. Dr. Dmitry A.

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Federation
Fachgebiet: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)
Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Karl Reichl Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Dmitry A. Funk: Unpublished Enets tales as recorded by B.O. Dolgikh. In: Myth, symbol, ritual. Peoples of Siberia. (Ed. Sergei Yu. Neklyudov ) Moscow: Russian State Univ. for Humanitarian Studies, 2008, p. 174 - 192 [Description and first analysis of some unpublished Enets (a Siberian ethnic group) folklore texts from the heritage of a Russian scholar Boris O. Dolgikh, stored in the archive of IEA RAS, Moscow].

  • Dmitry A. Funk: (review) Ye.N. Kuz’mina. Index of loci communes of the hero epics of Siberian people (Altai, Buriats, Tuvinians, Khakass, Shors, Yakuts). Experimental edition / Ed. N.A. Elekseev. Novosibirsk, 2005. - 1382 p. In: Etnograficheskoye obozreniye (Ethnographic review). 2, 2008, p. 173 - 177 [Critical discussion of basic principles used in the ].

  • Dmitry A. Funk: Shorskie epicheskie skazaniia o bogatyre Khan-Mergene (Shor epic tales about hero called Khan-Mergen). In: Istoriko-kulturnoe vzaimodejstvie narodov Sibiri (Historical and cultural interaction of Siberian peoples). (Ed. Irina V. Shentsova, Denis M. Tokmashev) Novokuznetsk: Kuzbasskaia gosudarstvennaia pedagogisheskaia akademiia, 2008, p. 300 - 301 [Siberian Turkic peoples, Shors, epic tales].

  • Karl Reichl: Turkic epos: traditions, forms, poetic structure / Translated from English by Viktoria Treister under edition of Dmitry Funk. Moscow: Vostochnaya literatura, 2008, 383 pp. Original author: Karl Reichl (Russian) [First Russian translation of a well-known book by Karl Reichl, initially printed in 1992 (Garland Publ., Inc.) in a series “The Albert Bates Lord studies in oral tradition”.].

Mencej, Prof. Dr. Mirjam

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Fachgebiet: Folklore studies
Gastgeber: Prof. Dr. Annette Kehnel Universität Mannheim
  • Mirjam Mencej: Space and Time in Europe: East and West, Past and Present. Ljubljana: Univerza v Ljubljani, 2008, 387 pp.

  • Mirjam Mencej: Witchcraft in eastern Slovenia and western Macedonia : a comparative analysis. In: Post-Yugoslav lifeworlds (Zupaničeva knjižnica, no. 15/1). 2nd ed.. (Ed. ŠMITEK, Zmago, SVETIEVA, Aneta ) Ljubljana: Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, 2008, p. 37 - 67 Original author: Mirjam Mencej (English) [ethnology, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Walking in circles. In: Space and time in Europe : East and West, past and present, (Zbirka Zupaničeva knjižnica no. 25). (Ed. MENCEJ, Mirjam) Ljubljana: Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, 2008, p. 35 - 65 [ethnology, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Witchcraft in Eastern Slovenia. In: Witchcraft mythologies and persecutions, (Demons, spirits, witches, vol. 3). . (Ed. PÓCS, Éva, KLANICZAY, Gábor.) Budapest, New York: Central European University Press, 2008, p. 295 - 314 [ethnology, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Symbolism of circular movement in European traditional culture. Ljubljana: Universität Ljubljana, 2013, 232 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Security Guards as Participants in and Mediators of a Ghost Tradition. In: Fabula. 56, 2015, p. 40 - 66.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Unwitching - The Social and Magical Practice in Traditional European Communities. In: Western Folklore . 74, 2015, p. 115 - 159.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Origins of Witchcraft Accusations. In: Studia Mythologica Slavica. 18, 2015, p. 111 - 130 [witchcraft, social context].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: The Symbolism of the Directions of Circular Movement. In: Za etnologijata: bezbroj pragovi sme preminale (Collection of articles dedicated to 40 years of scientific and research work of Professor Aneta Svetieva).. (Ed. Ljupčo S. Risteski, Ana Aštalkovska Gajtanoska, eds.) Skopje:: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Faculty of Mathematics, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia. , 2014, p. 199 - 222 [rituals, symbolic anthropology].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Envie et sorcellerie dans la Slovénie rurale. In: Ethnologie française . 42, 2, 2012, p. 213 - 223 [witchcraft, social context].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Spaces of passage into supernatural time. In: Tautos. darbai . 38, 2012, p. 30 - 48 [time, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Connecting Threads. In: Folklore (Tartu, Online). 48, 2011, p. 55 - 84 [symbolism, spinning, thread, wool, folklore, legends].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Spinning taboos in Europe. In: Socijalni i duhovni aspekti na materijalnata kultura (Social and spiritual aspects of material culture).. (Ed. Svetieva, Aneta, ed.) Skopje: Skopye: Prirodno-matematički fakultet, Institut za etnologija i antropologija, Univerzitet Sv. Kiril i Metodij. , 2009, p. 135 - 158 [symbolism, spinning, rituals, folklore, Europe].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Wolf holidays among Southern Slavs in the Balkans. In: Acta Ethnographica Hungarica . 54, 2009, p. 337 - 358 [rituals, wolf holidays, wolves, folklore, Europe, Slavs].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Witches, magic and fairies in Macedonia and Slovenia. In: Macedonian lifeworlds: from mythic landscape to the state.. (Ed. Šmitek, Zmago, Svetieva, Aneta (eds.).) Saarbrücken: VDM, 2009, p. 43 - 79 [witchcraft, supernatural beings, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Narrating about witches. In: Erzählkultur : Beiträge zur kulturwissenschaftlichen Erzählforschung : Hans-Jörg Uther zum 65. Geburtstag. (Ed. Brednich, Rolf Wilhelm) Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009, p. 207 - 222 [folk belief, witchcraft, legends].

  • Mirjam Mencej, ith Kehnel, Annette : Representing eternity: circular movement in the cloister, round dancing, winding-staircases and dancing angels. In: Self-representation of medieval religious communities: the British isles in context (Vita regularis, 40).. (Ed. Müller, Anne, Stöber, Karen) Münster: LIT, 2009, p. 67 - 97 [symbolism, middle-age, history, folklore, rituals].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: The night is yours, the day is mine! Functions of stories of night-time encounters with witches in eastern Slovenia. In: Estudos de literatura oral . 13/14, 2008, p. 189 - 206 [witchcraft, social functions, ].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Styrian Witches in European Perspective - Ethnographic Fieldwork. London: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2017, 454 pp.