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{VOLUME 1: THEMES AND TOPICS, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA}
CONTENTS
Foreword
	Thomas A. Green
Preface
Acknowledgments
Comprehensive List of Entries
I. Topics and Themes in World Folklore
Antiquarianism
Archives
Bibliography
Colonialism
Creolization
Culture Area
Cultural Evolution
Cultural Relativism
Diaspora
Diffusion
Ethnicity
Ethnography
Ethnopoetics
Fieldwork
Folklorism
Frontier
Gender
Globalization
Hero
Hybridity
Invented Tradition
Modernization
Motif
Museums
Nationalism
Nativism
Oikotypification
Performance Theory
Popular Culture
Primitivism
Public Folklore
Race
Repertoire
Text
Tourism
Translation
Trickster
Type
Worldview
II. Africa
North Africa
Berber
Tuareg
Eastern Africa
Abanyole
Jie
Madagascar and the Comoros
Mascarene Islands
Nuer
Swahili
Western and Central Africa
Baule
Benin
Ga
Igbo
Ijo
Wolof
Yoruba
Zande
Southern Africa
Lunda
San
Shona
Xhosa
Zulu
III. Australia and Oceania
Australia
Australia (British)
Australian Aborigines
Melanesia
Malaita
New Caledonia
Trobriand Islands
Vanuatu
Micronesia
Guam
Kiribati
Marshall Islands
Palau
Polynesia
Hawai'i
Marquesas Islands
Samoa
Tonga
Tuvalu
Cumulative Index
{Volume 2: Southeast Asia and India, Central and East Asia, Middle East}
CONTENTS
Foreword
	Thomas A. Green
Preface
Acknowledgments
Comprehensive List of Entries
I. Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent
India: States and Regions
India Overview
Assam
Bihar
Gaddi
Haryana
Karnataka
Kashmir
Khasi-Jaintia
Nagaland
Orissa
Uttar Pradesh
South Asia
Bangladesh
Bhutan
Nepal
Sri Lanka
Southeast Asia
Isaan
Malay
Semai
East Indies
Bali
Duna
Iban
Kadazandusun
Kaliai
Kewa
Maluku
Tairora
II. Central and East Asia
China and East Asia
China Overview
Chinese Abroad
Manchu
Mongol
Taiwan (Republic of China)
Japan and Korea
Japan Overview
Ainu (Japan)
Korea
Central Asia and Siberia
Kazakh
Siberia
Tajik
Uyghur
Uzbek
III. MIDDLE EAST
Armenia
Israel
Kurds
Lebanon
Palestine
Persia
Turkey
Yemen
Cumulative Index
{VOLUME 3: EUROPE}
CONTENTS
Foreword
	Thomas A. Green
Preface
Acknowledgments
Comprehensive List of Entries
I. Europe				[Only 1 chapter in volume 3]
Britain and Ireland
England
Irish
Isle of Man
Scotland
Wales
Nordic Countries
Denmark
Finland
Finnish-Swedish
Greenland
Iceland
Norway
S mi
Sweden
Western Europe
France: Peoples and Regions
France Overview
Brittany
Iberian Peninsula: Peoples and Regions
Spain Overview
Basque
Catalan
Galicia
Sephardim
The Low Countries
Flanders (Belgium)
The Netherlands
Central Europe
Austria
Germany
Hungary
Slovakia
Slovenia
Switzerland
Eastern Europe
Albania
Ashkenazim
Croatia
Georgia
Latvia
Macedonia
Poland
Roma
Russia
Serbia
Ukraine
The Mediterranean
Italy: Peoples and Regions
Italy Overview
Piedmont and Val d'Aosta
Sicily
Other Mediterranean Countries
Greece
Malta
Cumulative Index
{VOLUME 4: NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA}
CONTENTS
Foreword
	Thomas A. Green
Preface
Acknowledgments
Comprehensive List of Entries
I. NORTH AMERICA
American Indian
Apache
Cherokee
Cheyenne
Choctaw
Haida
Hopi
Iroquis
Kiowa
Lakota
Navajo
Nez Perce
Ojibwe
Seminole
Tlingit
Western Inuit and Yupik
African American and Regional Non-Native Cultures
African American
Appalachia
Mississippi Delta
II. SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
South America
Caipira (Brazil)
Candoshi
Ecuador
Kaingang
Peru
Quechua
Sertão (Brazil)
Shuar
Sibundoy
Suriname Maroon
Xavante
Yanomami
Mexico and Central America
Maya
Mexico
Nahua
Otomí
Rar muri
Caribbean
Cuba
Haiti
Island Carib (Dominica)
Jamaica
Appendix: Geographical Guide of Peoples and Cultures
Glossary
General Bibliography
Cumulative Index
About the Editor and the Contributors 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Folklore -- Encyclopedias.
Manners and customs -- Encyclopedias.