Revista Estudos de Literatura Oral (ELO)

Estudos de Literatura Oral (ELO) is a yearly journal published by the CEAO and devoted to the study of traditional / popular literature. It is the meeting point of researchers from many different countries and many different views. The accepted languages are Portuguese and Galician, English, Spanish, Catalan, French and Italian. All the articles appear with a résumé in English and in Portuguese.

Please look up the Editorial norms should you be interested in publishing with us.

ELO 13 / 14

ELO 13 / 14 (2007-2008)

Organized by its Editor, J. J. Dias Marques

ELO 11 / 12

ELO 11 / 12 (2005-2006)

Double issue, homage to Júlio Camarena, outstanding Spanish folktale scholar and very good friend (1949-2004).

ELO 9 / 10

ELO 9 / 10 (2003-2004)

Double issue with rather bloodstained cover, thanks to its particular emphasis on urban legends.

ELO 7 / 8

ELO 7 / 8 (2001-2002)

First double issue, with an endearing contribution from the “Ogres” panel of the 1999 AGM of the American Folklore Society (AFS).


ELO 6 (2000)

A volume particularly devoted to “Romanceiro” – the Iberian ballad.


ELO 5 (1999)

Entirely dedicated to the papers on Gender Studies from the XII Congress of the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR) in Göttingen.


ELO 4 (1998)

Unlike what the cover would lead one to believe, this volume is a miscellanea of European articles: on songs, ballads, folktales, proverbs…


ELO 3 (1997)

This is an issue particularly open to the plurality of its collaborators and the scope of their subjects.


ELO 2 (1996)

Hommage to Maria Aliete Galhoz, marking the accasion of her Doctorate honoris causa by the University of the Algarve.


ELO 1 (1995)

The beginning of this adventure. It is now very difficult to find.

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