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Aaron Phillip Tate

Aaron Phillip Tate writes at the intersection of classical philology, history of philosophy, oral epic studies, and folklore. He has published in several venues including ARV, Folklore, Oral Tradition, and The Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory, and has recently completed a study of contemporary electroacoustic improvisation for the volume BSC: Manual. He has given papers in China, Croatia, Finland, France, and the United States.

Articles by Aaron Phillip Tate

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