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  • מידע אישי
    Research Areas
    The area of my research is the Jewish folk narrative, with my work combining the ethnographic and poetic aspects of the subject.
    The ethnographic aspect is manifested in the recording of folk narratives in their natural environment, while examining the storytelling event, narrator-audience relations, the narrative as a communicative process, and the performance itself.
    In the area of poetics, I have examined various poetic elements, using concepts from literary theory and adapting them to the field of folk narrative. I have studied such poetic aspects as character, space, and narration and the components of communication, among others.
    These studies have been carried out while relating to various genres, such as wonder tale and legends of different types. My research emphasizes different research approaches, examining their contribution to interpreting and gaining an understanding of the text.
     
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  • פרסומים
    Selected Books
    1. Bar-Itzhak, H., & A. Shenhar, Jewish Morrocan Folk Narratives From Israel, Wayne State University Press, 1993, 205 pp.
    2. Legends of Poland - Ethnopoetics and Legendary Chronicles, Sifriyat Poalim, 1996, 230 pp. (Hebrew).
    Selected Articles
    3. "Israeli Reality in the Traditional Narrative of Yemenite Jews", Tema, Journal of Judeo-Yemenite Studies, 3, 1993, pp. 130-143. (Hebrew)
    4. Bar-Itzhak, H., A. Shenhar, "Processes of Change in Israeli Society as Reflected in Folklore Research: The Beit-She'an Model", Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review, 15, 1993.
    5. "Jewish Morrocan Cinderella in Israeli Context," Journal of Folklore Research, 30, 2/3, 1993, pp. 93-125.
    6. "Comments on the Hagada of the Bund", Chuliyot Journal of Yiddish Research, 2, 1993, pp. 255-271. (Hebrew)
    7. "From Beginnings to Destruction - Synagogues in Poland as Reflected in the Folk Narrative", Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Folklore, 1994, 16, pp. 67-96. (Hebrew)
    8. "Narration and the Components of Communication in the Jewish Folk Legend", Fabula, 35, 3/4, 1995, pp. 261-281.
    9. "Non Verbal Communication and Genre Description of The Jewish Folk Narrative", in J. M. Foley and M. Caspi (eds.), Oral Tradition and the Hispanic World: Essays in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead, Albert B. Lord Studies in Oral Tradition Series, Garland Publishing Inc., 1995.
     
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