The Role of Folk Consciousness in the Modern State: Its Efficacy, Use and Abuse
World Oral Literature Project
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Brown, J., & Dregang, A. (2009). The Role of Folk Consciousness in the Modern State: Its Efficacy, Use and Abuse [Video file]. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/225975
A video recording of a presentation by Dr Jim Brown (Standford University) on 'The role of Folk Consciousness in the Modern State: Its Efficacy, Use and Abuse' at the National Storytelling Conference in Bhutan 2009. The presentation is followed by Ap Dregang narrating 'Tshongon Dawa Zango and Damtsi Drem'.
Bhutan, Story telling, Linguistic Anthropology, Oral Literature, Storyteller, Folk, Oral Tradition, folktales
Centre for Bhutan Studies, Thimphu
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