2013 EC Publication Bulletin
tamark at EDU.HAIFA.AC.IL
Thu Jan 30 09:53:02 UTC 2014
Here are some items
Katriel, T. and N. Shavit (2013) “Speaking Out: Testimonial Rhetoric in Israeli
Soldiers’ Dissent.” Versus: Quaderni di Studi Semiotici 116: 81-105.
Katriel, T. (2013) “ Homeland and Diaspora in Israeli Vernacular Museums .” In
Emanuela Trevisan Semi, Dario Miccoli, and Tudor Parfitt (eds.) Memory and
Ethnicity: Ethnic Museums in Israel and the Diaspora . Cambridge : Cambridge
Scholars Publishing, pp.1-19.
Katriel, T. (2013) "Courtesy expressions/politeness: (ii) Modern Hebrew," in G. Khan,
ed. Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics . Leiden: Brill, pp. 635-636.
Katriel, T. (2013) “Museums (vernacular) in Israel.” In H. Bar-Itzhak, ed.
Encyclopedia for Jewish Folklore . Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, pp. 382-383.
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From: "David Boromisza-Habashi" <dbh at COLORADO.EDU>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 9:00:45 PM
Subject: [ETHNOCOMM] 2013 EC Publication Bulletin
Let me ask you again to send me references to books, scholarly articles, or book chapters that you published in 2013 and that exemplify, or draw on, the EC tradition.
I recall having been asked this question in the past: What standards do I use to determine whether or not a given publication counts as EC research? My answer this year is the same as it was before: I will let you decide. To my mind, the purpose of the Publication Bulletin is not to canonize certain types of research as “proper EC” and to dismiss others as “not EC enough.” Rather, the purpose of the Bulletin is to give ETHNOCOMM subscribers a sense of the kind of scholarship the EC tradition currently inspires.
I have heard from some subscribers that they had made good use of last year’s Bulletin in their research and teaching. Let’s keep each other informed about our work this year as well! Please send your references by February 10 to dbh at colorado.edu and I will send out the 2013 EC Publication Bulletin in mid-February.
David Boromisza-Habashi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Colorado Boulder
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