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Strategic Dialogue through Poetic Improvisation: web resources


Strategic Dialogue through Poetic Improvisation: web resources (References)

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Ahad, Ali M.  Could Poetry Define Nationhood?. the case of Somali oral poetry and the nation. Journal of Historical and European Studies, 1, December 2007, pp. 51-57. [text]

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Armistead, Samuel G. / Zulaika, Joseba  (Eds.).    Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition. University of Nevada, Reno. Center for Basque Studies University of Nevada Press, 2005.

Armistead, Samuel G.  Improvised Poetry in the Spanish Tradition. In: Samuel G. Armistead and Joseba Zulaika (Eds.). Voicing the Moment: improvised oral poetry and Basque tradition, 2005, pp 29-43.

Ashtiany, Julia / Latham, J. D.  (Ed.).    'Abbasid belles-lettres. Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Aulestia, Gorka.  Improvisational Poetry from the Basque Country. Trans. by Lisa Corcostegui and Linda White. Reno, University of Nevada Press, 1995.

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Chapman, Carolyn.  Rhapsody for Peace: reconciliation in Transylvania. The World and I, November 2001. [abstract]

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Dundes, Alan / Leach, Jerry W. / Ozkok, Bora.  The Strategy of Turkish Boys' Verbal Dueling. In: Essays in Folkloristics. Ed. by Alan Dundes. Journal of American Folklore. 83, 1970, pp. 325-49.

Dunn, Peter / Leeson, Loraine.  The Aesthetics of Collaboration. Art Journal , March 1997. [abstract]

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Haydar, Adnan.  The Development of Lebanese Zajal: genre, meter and verbal duel. Oral Tradition, 4, 1-2, January, 1989. [text]

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Hogan, Patrick Colm.  Philosophical Approaches to the Study of Literature. University Press of Florida, 2000. [extracts]

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Kendall, Elisabeth.  Jihadist Propaganda and its Exploitation of the Arab Poetic Tradition. [text]

Kendall, Elisabeth.  Yemen's al-Qa'ida and Poetry as a Weapon of Jihad. [text]

Kendall, Elisabeth.  Twenty-First Century Jihad: law, society and military action. I.B.Tauris, 2017.

Kertzer, Jonathan.  Poetic Argument: studies in modern poetry. McGill-Queen's Univeristy Press, 1989.

Khalili, Masood / Azoy, Whitney.  An Assembly of Moths: selected poems of Khalilullah Khalili. Delhi, 2004.

Kramer, Martin.  Arab Nationalism: mistaken identity. Daedalus, Summer 1993, pp. 171-206.. [text]

Kveselava, M.  Anthology of Georgian Poetry. The Minerva Group, Inc., 2002. [extracts]

Buswick, Ted / Morgan, Clare / Lange, Kirsten.  Poetry in the Boardroom: thinking beyond the facts. Journal of Business Strategy, 26, 1, 2005, pp. 34-40. [abstract]

Ashtiany, Julia / Latham, J. D.  (Ed.).    'Abbasid belles-lettres. Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Dundes, Alan / Leach, Jerry W. / Ozkok, Bora.  The Strategy of Turkish Boys' Verbal Dueling. In: Essays in Folkloristics. Ed. by Alan Dundes. Journal of American Folklore. 83, 1970, pp. 325-49.

Dunn, Peter / Leeson, Loraine.  The Aesthetics of Collaboration. Art Journal , March 1997. [abstract]

Lykins, Chad.  The Practical and the Poetic: Heidegger and James on Truth. Chrestomathy: Annual Review of Undergraduate Research at the College of Charleston, 2, 2003, pp. 175-200. [text]

Bradfield, Marsha / Mackay, Jem.  An Aesthetics of Matters of Concern. Critical Practice, 2008. [text]

Majrouh, Sayd Bahodine.  Songs of Love and War: Afghan Women's Poetry. Other Press, 2003.

Westendorp, Tjebbe A. / Mallinson, Jane  (Ed.).    Politics and the rhetoric of poetry: perspectives on modern Anglo-Irish poetry. Rodopi, 1995. [extracts]

Marchant, Fred.  War Poets From Viet Nam. Humanities, March/April 1998, Volume 19/Number 2. [text]

McCumber, John.  Poetic Interaction: language, freedom, reason. University of Chicago Press, 1989.

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Buswick, Ted / Morgan, Clare / Lange, Kirsten.  Poetry in the Boardroom: thinking beyond the facts. Journal of Business Strategy, 26, 1, 2005, pp. 34-40. [abstract]

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Dundes, Alan / Leach, Jerry W. / Ozkok, Bora.  The Strategy of Turkish Boys' Verbal Dueling. In: Essays in Folkloristics. Ed. by Alan Dundes. Journal of American Folklore. 83, 1970, pp. 325-49.

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