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Authored Book

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

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

Edited Book

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2013). Beyond the walls: Researchers Outside the University. Callender Academic. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform .

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2013). Short Story Writing. Callender Press.

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2005). Participating in the Knowledge Society: Researchers Beyond the University Walls. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Finnegan, Ruth ed. (2005). Participating in the Knowledge Society: Researchers Beyond the University Walls. Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Book Chapter

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 (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 (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 (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 (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). 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 (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.

Journal Article

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

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

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

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

Other

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.

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