Collected Articles on South Indian Folklore by S. Carlos

This is a collection of papers on South Indian Folklore by Prof. S. Carlos. He taught folklore in the Department of Kannda at the Bangalore University until 2001. Prof. Carlos was a visiting professor at the Warsaw University, Poland from 2005 to 2008. He was the head of the Department of Tamil at the Dravidian University, Kuppam. He is also the head of the Translation Centre of the Sahitya Akademi (New Delhi) in Bengaluru. He is a fellow of the Folklore Fellows of Finland and has presented papers in International Society of Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR) seminars in various countries.

He also writes novels, literary criticism and short stories in his mother tongue, Tamil, under the pen name of Thamizhavan.

Table of Contents

Chapters

Developing Indigenous Concepts and the Study of Modern Ballads in Tamil PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
Grimms' Tales in the Indian Narrative Situation PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
Post Colonial Study of Folk Narratives Through Indigenous Theory PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
Textualizing the Difference of Gender, Age, Caste and Religion in Indian Folktales PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
The Relation Between Pan-Indian, Regional and Oral Epics: A Study of Tamil Epics as a Test Case PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
The Structural Concept of Fairy Tales and Mass Culture in the Tamil Context PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
The Folk Games of Tamilnadu PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
Folklore Fellows Workshop in Finland PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)
Review PDF
Carlos Sabarimuthu (Thamizhavan)