Estonian folklore. Some sources, especially for Sanita  Bibliography




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Estonian folklore.

Some sources, especially for Sanita 
Bibliography
Electronic Bibliography of Estonian Folklore (1918–1992). Edited by Karin Ribenis. http://www.folklore.ee/rl/pubte/ee/erbibl/


General: Estonian identity, character
Estonica. Encyclopedia about Estonia. http://www.estonica.org/en/
Ene Vainik. 'Hot-blooded' Estonians. On Estonians' folk category of emotions. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 21. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol21/emotions.pdf

Folk song melodies

Ingrid Rüütel. Estonian folk music layers in the context of ethnic relations. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 6. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol6/ruutel.htm


Taive Särg. Context-Related Melodies in Oral Culture: An Attempt to Describe Words-and-Music Relationships in Local Singing Tradition. – JEF. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics. Issue No 3 (1) / 2009.



Jokes

Liisi Laineste. Politics of Joking: Ethnic Jokes and Their Targets in Estonia (1890s–2007). – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 40. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol40/index.html



Folk calendar

Piret Õunapuu. Annual circle. Estonica. – Encyclopedia about Estonia. http://www.estonica.org/en/Culture/Traditional_folk_culture/Annual_circle/


Mall Hiiemäe. Soul’s visiting time in the Estonian folk calendar. – Folk belief today. Edited by Mare Kõiva and Kai Vassiljeva. Tartu 1995, pp 124-128
Ülo Valk. Religious background of the Estonian Martinmas songs. – Folk belief today. Edited by Mare Kõiva and Kai Vassiljeva. Tartu 1995, pp 509 – 512.
Ergo-Hart Västrik. Clothed Straw Puppets in Estonian Folk Calendar Tradition: a Shift From Cult To Joke. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 7. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol7/metsikx.htm
Mall Hiiemäe. Jaanipäev (24. VI) [St John’s Day] – Eesti rahvakalender [Estonian folk calendar]. IV. Tallinn: Eesti Raamat, 1985, lk 16–171.
Taive Särg 2008. Eesti kalendrilaulud viisidega. [Estonian folk calendar songs with melodies]. Toim. M. Hiiemäe. Tallinn: Koolibri.

Child, baptising

Ülo Valk. The Significance of Baptism in Estonian Folk Belief. Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 5. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol5/ylorist1.htm


Elmar Päss. Setu rahvakombeid lapsest [Seto folk customs concerning with a child]. – Eesti Kirjandus 1939:8, 360-369.

Mother

Juhan Peegel. Ema poeetilised kordussünonüümid eesti regivärssides [Poetic synonymes for ema ‘mother’ in old folk songs regilaul]. – Töid eesti filoloogia alalt 3. Tartu Riikliku Ülikooli Toimetised 259. Tartu 1970, 184-200. [Zusammenfassung: Die poetischen Synonyme von ema ‘Mutter’ in altestnischen Volksliedern.]


Piret Õunapuu. Circle of life. – Estonica. Encyclopedia about Estonia. http://www.estonica.org/en/Culture/Traditional_folk_culture/Circle_of_life/
Barbi Pilvre. Motherhood and sex in the Soviet Union. – Estonica. Encyclopedia about Estonia. http://www.estonica.org/en/%E2%80%9CThe_strong_Estonian_woman%E2%80%9D_recovering_from_the_wounds_caused_by_equal_rights/Motherhood_and_sex_in_the_Soviet_Union/

Weddings

Piret Õunapuu. Wedding. – Estonica. Encyclopedia about Estonia. http://www.estonica.org/en/Culture/Traditional_folk_culture/Wedding/


Ingrid Rüütel. Wedding traditions of the isle of Kihnu – roots and developments. – Folk belief today. Edited by Mare Kõiva and Kai Vassiljeva. Tartu 1995. pp 377-405.
Hesi Siimets, Marju Luts. Is Wedding Cake Valid Today? The Legal Function of Wedding Rites. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 22. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol22/index.html


Funerals, burial costumes
Marju Torp-Kõivupuu. The Transformation of the Death Cult over Time: The Example of the Burial Customs in Historic Võrumaa County. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 22. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol22/index.html
Marika Mägi. From Stone Graves to Churchyards. Burial traditions in the Late Prehistoric and Early Medieval Island of Saaremaa. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 27. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol27/index.html.
Tõnno Jonuks, Marge Konsa. The Revival of Prehistoric Burial Practices: Three Archaeological Experiments. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 27. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol37/burial.pdf

Folk medicine, healers

Mare Kõiva. The transmission of knowledge among Estonian witch doctors. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 2. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol2/docdoc.htm



Folk belief

Tarmo Kulmar. Conceptions of Soul in Old-Estonian religion. Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 4. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol4/hing.htm


Andres Tvauri. Cup-Marked Stones in Estonia. – Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore, Vol 11. http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/vol11/stones.htm

Contemporary folklore



Marju Kõivupuu. Students’ joining rite –fox dubbing – in the contemporary university tradition. – Contemporary Folklore http://www.folklore.ee/rl/pubte/ee/cf/cf/sisu.html


Kristin Kuutma. Folklore and Festival. – Contemporary Folklore. http://www.folklore.ee/rl/pubte/ee/cf/cf/1.html


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