Essays on the verbal and visual arts. June Helm, editor.

; Helm, June, 1924- editor
Seattle, Distributed by the University of Washington Press [1967] .

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Other Authors Helm, June, 1924-
Subjects Art primitif -- Congrès.
Art, Primitive -- Congresses.
Art, Primitive.
Ethnologie -- Congrès.
Ethnology -- Congresses.
Ethnology.
Folklore -- Congrès.
Series American Ethnological Society. Spring Meeting. Proceedings of the ... Annual Spring Meeting of the American Ethnological Society ; 1966.
Description iv, 215 pages illustrations, maps, portraits, 28 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes --Special features of the sung communication, by A. Lomax.--The study of ethno-aesthetics: the visual arts, by P.J.C. Dark.--The complementarity of statistics and feeling in the study of art, by A.W. Wolfe.--Seminole men's clothing, by W.C. Sturtevant.--The cultural context of creativity among Tiwi, by J.C. Goodale and J.D. Koss.--The present status of sculptural art among the tribes of the Ivory Coast, by H. Himmelheber.--Oral tradition and art history in the Sepik District, New Guinea, by D. Newton.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents crashes in the kraal: African cult sermons, by J.W. Fernandez.--Javanese clown and transvestite songs: some relations between primitive classification and communicative events, by J.L. Peacock.--Computers in the bush: tools for the automatic analysis of myths, by P. Maranda.--The cattle of the forest and the harvest of water: the cosmology of Finnish magic, by E. Köngäs Maranda.--Utopian rhetoric: Special features of the sung communication, by A. Lomax.--The study of ethno-aesthetics: the visual arts, by P.J.C. Dark.--The complementarity of astatistics and feeling in the study of art, by A.W. Wolfe.--Seminole men's clothing, by W.C. Sturtevant.--The cultural context of creativity among Tiwi, by J.C. Goodale and J.D. Koss.--The present status of sculptural art among the tribes of the Ivory Coast, by H. Himmelhebr.--Oral tradition and art history in the Sepik District, New Guinea, by D. Newton.
The induced natural context: an ethnographic folklore field technique, by K.S. Goldstein.--Hopi rabbit-hunt chants: a ritualized language, by R.A. Black.--narrative analysis: oral versions of personal experience, by W. Labov and J. Waletzky.--Revitalized words from The parrot's egg, and The bull that.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)259116
(OCoLC)ocm00259116
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