Research, Training & Collaboration : Publications
World Oral Literature Project Publications
The World Oral Literature Project is working in partnership with the Cambridge-based Open Book Publishers (OBP) to create a World Oral Literature book series. The series will work to preserve and promote the oral literatures of indigenous people by publishing materials on endangered traditions in innovative ways. Please see publications here.
The Occasional Paper series supports the immediate dissemination of research findings and methodological considerations in the collection of oral literature. Please read or download papers for free here.
A special edition of the journal Language Documentation and Description was guest edited by staff at the World Oral Literature Project, based on presentations held at our workshop in December 2009. Please see more details here.