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Finnegan, Ruth (2013). Studying Oral Texts: the Collection, Analysis and Preservation of Oral Traditions and Verbal Arts: a Handbook for Twenty-First-Century Researchers. In Search of Human Culture Series. CreatSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Finnegan, Ruth (2012). Oral literature in Africa (rev.ed.). World Oral Literature series, 1. Cambridge: Open Book.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Creativity looks at language. In: Swann, Joan; Pope, Rob and Carter, Ronald eds. Creativity in Language and Literature: The State of the Art. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 323–333.

Finnegan, Ruth and Orwin, Martin (2011). Introduction. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 23(1) pp. 1–3.

Finnegan, Ruth; Furniss, Graham and Orwin, Martin (2011). Carried by a mystic wind. B. W. Andrzejewski on the Somali passion for poetry and language. Taylor and Francis, London.

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Oral composition. In: Hogan, Patrick ed. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 570-572. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). What migrates and who does it? A mini case study from Fiji. In: Toynbee , Jason and Dueck , Byron eds. Migrating music. CRESC. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 135–149. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2011). Why do we quote? the culture and history of quotation. Cambridge, U.K.: Open Book Publishers.

Finnegan, Ruth (2010). Response from an Africanist scholar. Oral Tradition, 25(1) pp. 7–16.

Finnegan, Ruth (2010). Rewards and issues in studying oral literature: some personal reflections. Language Documentation and Description, 8 pp. 15–28. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2010). '¿Por qué estudiar la música? Relexiones de una antropóloga desde el campo' [Why study music? an anthropologist's reflections from the field]. In: Cruces, Francisco Villalobos and Galán, Beatriz Pérez eds. Textos de Antropología Contemporánea. Madrid: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, 203 -229.

Finnegan, Ruth (2010). Studying the oral literatures of Africa in the 1960s and today [L’évolution de l’étude des littératures orales africaines depuis les années 1960]. Journal des Africanistes, 80(1/2) pp. 15–28. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2009). Creativity – but where do you look? A tale of musicians in Milton Keynes. Oral History, 37(2) pp. 45–50. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2008). O que vem primeiro: o texto, a música ou a performance? [Which comes first: the words, the music or the performance?]. In: Neiva de Matos, Cláudia; Travassos, Elizabeth and da Teixeira de Medeiros, Fernanda eds. Palavra cantada: ensaios sobre poesia, música e voz [Word Cantada: Essays on poetry, music and voice]. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: 7 Letras, pp. 15–45.

Finnegan, Ruth (2008). Data - but data from what? Language Documentation and Description, 5 pp. 13–28.

Finnegan, Ruth (2007). The oral and beyond: doing things with words in Africa. Oxford / Chicago: James Currey / University of Chicago Press.

Finnegan, Ruth (2007). The Hidden Musicians: Music-Making in an English Town (2nd ed.). Music/Culture series. Middletown, CT, USA: Wesleyan University Press.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). Not by words alone: reclothing the 'oral'. In: Olson, David R. and Cole, Michael eds. Technology, literacy and the evolution of society: Implications of the work of Jack Goody. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 265–287.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). It’s not just the words … : the arts and action of performance. In: Goodman, Sharon and O’Halloran, Kieron eds. The Art of English: Literary Creativity. Basingstoke, Hants, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 183–194.

Finnegan, Ruth (2006). Family myths, memories and interviewing. In: Perks, Robert and Thomson, Alistair eds. The Oral History Reader (2nd revised edition). London, UK: Routledge, pp. 177–183.

Finnegan, Ruth (2005). The how of literature. Oral Tradition, 20(2) pp. 164–187. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2005). Introduction: looking beyond the walls. In: Finnegan, Ruth ed. Participating in the knowledge society: researchers beyond the university walls. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 1–19. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2003). Music, experience and the anthropology of emotion. In: Clayton, Martin; Herbert, Trevor and Middleton, Richard eds. The cultural study of music: a critical introduction. New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 181–192.

Finnegan, Ruth (2003). Where is the meaning? The complexities of oral poetry and beyond. In: Jannidis, Fortis; Lauer, Gerhard; Martinez, Matias and Winko, Simone eds. Regeln der Bedeutung. Zur Theorie der Bedeutung literarischer Texte. Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, pp. 384–400.

Finnegan, Ruth (2003). Orality and literacy: epic heroes of human destiny? International Journal of Learning, 10 pp. 1551–1560. file

Finnegan, Ruth (2002). Communicating: The multiple modes of human interconnection. London, UK: Routledge.

Finnegan, Ruth (2002). Epilogue: ways back and forward. In: Kaschula, Russell H. ed. African oral literature: Functions in contemporary contexts. Claremont, South Africa: New Africa Books, pp. 274–285.

Finnegan, Ruth (2001). 'Not the message': media, meanings and magicality. In: Knoblauch, Hubert and Kotthoff, Helga eds. Verbal Art across Cultures: The Aesthetics and Proto-Aesthetics of Communication. Tuebingen: Gunter Narr, pp. 33–61.

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