Béaloideas / Folklore and Ethnology

Béaloideas / Folklore and Ethnology

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  • Johnston, Penny (University College Cork, 2018)
    This thesis investigates concepts of value and the ways in which it is assessed in the digital humanities. It does this by examining digital cultural heritage projects created by a community oral history archive. Pressures ...
  • Kingston, Rosari (Asociación Española de Estudios Irlandeses (AEDEI), 2017-10-31)
    Irish folk medicine is perceived to be dying, if not dead already. It lies as a parallel system to modern biomedicine and is known only through word of mouth. However, no matter what modality is practised, be it bone-setting, ...
  • Ó Gealbháin, Ciarán Seán (University College Cork, 2016)
    Féachann an tráchtas seo le solas a chaitheamh ar an amhránaíocht mar a chleachtaítí agus mar a chleactaítear fós i gcontae Phort Láirge í. Ardaítear ann ceisteanna a bhaineann le seachadadh agus le sealbhú na n-amhrán I ...
  • Feller, Joseph (University College Cork, 1998)
    The present work is an exploration of the beliefs and practices of three lay Catholic devotional communities in and around the city of Cork, Ireland. The research is guided by the theory that folk, or popular, religion is ...
  • Butler, Jenny (University College Cork, 2013)
    Neo-paganism is a vibrant, dynamic global movement, which has had a significant cultural impact. Neo-paganism is an umbrella term for a wide range of spiritual practices, often described as nature- or earth-based spirituality. ...

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