News Archive - Center for Studies in Oral Tradition
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- A. B. Lord Fellow Lecture, 2016
- A. B. Lord Fellow, 2016
- 31st Lord and Parry Lecture
- Oral Tradition Special Feature: Lee Haring (Not Available)
- 30th Lord and Parry Lecture
- A.B. Lord Fellow Lecture, 2015
- A.B. Lord Fellow, 2015
- 29th Lord and Parry Lecture
- A.B. Lord Fellow, 2014
- Dan Ben-Amos to deliver 28th Lord and Parry Lecture
- Gregory Nagy delivers 27th Lord and Parry Lecture
- Our Second A.B. Lord Fellow
- Albert Bates Lord Centennial
- Oral Tradition and the Internet: Pathways of the Mind
- 26th Lord and Parry Lecture
- ISSOT Webcast
- An announcement and invitation
- A.B. Lord Fellowship in Oral Tradition
- Twenty-fifth Anniversary
- 25th Anniversary Celebration Itinerary
- 25th Lord and Parry Lecture
- The Lord Collection
- Albert Lord and the Study of Oral Traditions
- Sardinian Oral Traditions
- Basque Oral Poetry Championship
- All back issues of Oral Tradition journal now online and open-access
- Orality and Literacy VII conference
- Rieks Smeets’ lecture
- UNESCO section chief, Rieks Smeets
- Reading the Medieval Book
- Oral Poetry in Medieval England
- Songs from the Tibetan epic King Gesar
- Announcing the Center for eResearch
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(2006)Announcement of the lecture by Rieks Smeets, chief of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage section.
(2005)Announcement of a lecture, "a performance of songs from the Tibetan epic King Gesar."
(2008)Information about a delivered lecture at Center for Studies of Oral Traditions.
(2006)Announcement of the lecture by Rieks Smeets has become available online.
(2005)Book review of "Reading the medieval book"
(2012)Announcement of the publication of John Miles Foley's book, "Oral tradition and the internet: pathways of the mind."
(2005)Information about a book, "Writing the oral tradition."
(2008)Announcement of the conference "Orality and Literacy VII: Oral-scribal Dimensions of Scripture, Piety and Practice in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam."
(2011)Thanks to the generosity of their sons Nathan and Mark, together with the support of their families, the personal libraries of Albert Bates Lord and Mary Louise Lord have been donated to the Center for Studies in Oral ...
(2011)Announcement of the "first series of webcast lectures and seminars was broadcast live over the internet by the International Society for Studies in Oral Tradition on October 10, 2011."
(2016)Announcement of the completion of the migration of the journal Oral Tradition to the web.
(2011)Announcement of the presentation.
(2012)Short article about Albert Bates Lord, his contributions, and his legacy.
(2011)Announcement of the first recipient of the the A.B. Lord Fellowship in Oral Tradition.
(2016)Announcement of the A.B. Lord Fellow lecture, 2016.
(2015)Announcement of the A.B. Lord Fellow lecture, 2015.
(2016)Announcement of the recipient of the A.B. Lord Fellowship in Oral Tradition.