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Psycho Cultural Analysis of Folklore: In Memory of Prof. Alan Dundes (In 2 Volumes)

 
P. Chenna Reddy (Editor) M. Sarat Babu (Editor)
Synopsis

Psycho-Cultural Analysis of Folklore, is a Commemoration Volume presented to Prof. Alan Dundes, a renowned Folklorist in the world on his birth Anniversary falling on 83 years (8th September 1934) These articles in other way serve as garland of flowers to decor Prof. Alan Dundes; A great scholar in Folklore Srudies. There are more than 45 articles shedding light on Folklore world wide. This prestigious volume contains a wide spectrum of research articles covering Folklore, literature and culture. The volume containing a good collection of Research papers contributed by renowned authors will serve as to become an important source of information and reference book for research studernts and teachers as well.

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About the authors

P. Chenna Reddy

Dr. Pedarapu Chenna Reddy (Born in 1959) got his Post Graduate Degree (1984) from S.K. University, Aanantapur, M.Phil. (1986), Ph.D. (1988) and P.G. Diploma in Epigraphy (1988) from S.V. University, Tirupati and P.G. Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management (2001) from Andhra University, Waltair. His book Guilds in Medieval Andhra Desa was widely acclaimed by the academicians and students alike. Dr. Reddy has to his credit more than 42 research papers on various aspects of ancient, medieval and modern history published in National and International Journals, Felicitation and Commemorative volumes. He is the life member of Indian History Congress, South Indian History Congress, A.P. History Congress, Epigraphical Society of India, Numismatic Society of South India, Andhra Pradesh Janapada Sahitya Samiti, Piligrimage Society of India, Folklore Society of South Indian Languages, Ropckart Society of India, world Telugu Federation etc. He has attended the annual sessions of these and various other professional bodies and presented research Indian History Congress and presently Joint Secretary of South Indian History Congress & A.P. History Congress. He was the district Chariman and President of Lions Club International (324 D3), Vice-President Indian Red Cross Society, Srisailam. 17 M. Phil's, and 2 Ph.D. Degrees were awarded under his guidance and 5 Ph.D’s are in advanced stage of completion. He is an active Social and academic worker and is instrumental in establishing in Government Degree College and Dr. Ambedkar Open University Study Centre in the Srisailam Project for the poor, dalilt and tribal people. He received several felicitations, and awards such as Global Telugus Glory award (1995); Sahiti Sarswati Siripi anjaneyulu State award (1999); Best Teacher Award by Bandaru Sarojini Devi Memorial Foundation (2000). Moreover, his Bio-data was published in Who is who in the world and V.I.P.'s of A.P. International (1995-96).

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M. Sarat Babu

Dr. Manchi Sarat Babu is working as a Reader in English at Government Degree College Srisailam. He has had a brilliant academic career, having obtained his M.A. and M.Phil., from Nagarjuna Univesity and P.G.D.T.E. from CIEFL (Hyderabad) and Ph.D. from S.K. University, Anantapur. He got the best teacher award for the year 2000-2001 from Lions Club International, Srisailam. As a perceptive critic of Indian drama, he has presented several scholarly papers at various seminars and conferences and published many papers in journals and books. He is the author of the well-known book entitled, Indian Drama Today and Vijay Tendulkar’s Ghashiriam Kotwal.

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Bibliographic information

Title Psycho Cultural Analysis of Folklore: In Memory of Prof. Alan Dundes (In 2 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 978938623906
length 312p., Illustrations; 6 Figure; 1 Map; 28cm.