Oral fairy tale or literary fake? Investigating the origins of Little Red Riding Hood using phylogenetic network analysis

@article{Tehrani2016OralFT,
  title={Oral fairy tale or literary fake? Investigating the origins of Little Red Riding Hood using phylogenetic network analysis},
  author={J. Tehrani and Quan Nguyen and T. Roos},
  journal={Digit. Scholarsh. Humanit.},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={611-636}
}
The evolution of fairy tales often involves complex interactions between oral and literary traditions, which can be difficult to tease apart when investigating their origins. Here, we show how computer-assisted stemmatology can be productively applied to this problem, focusing on a long-standing controversy in fairy tale scholarship: did Little Red Riding Hood originate as an oral tale that was adapted by Perrault and the Brothers Grimm, or is the oral tradition in fact derived from literary… Expand
Cultural entrenchment of folktales is encoded in language
Storytelling variants based on semiotic relations
Cultural complexity and demography: The case of folktales
AN EVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO BIBLIOGRAPHIC CLASSIFICATION
Maximum Parsimony and the Skewness Test: A Simulation Study of the Limits of Applicability
Likelihood-Based Inference of Phylogenetic Networks from Sequence Data by PhyloDAG
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 72 REFERENCES
The Phylogeny of Little Red Riding Hood
Fairy Godfather: Straparola, Venice and the Fairy Tale Tradition
Red Riding Hood
Application of phylogenetic networks in evolutionary studies.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...