ORAL TRADITION, USA
Published by the Center for Studies in Oral Tradition, University of Missouri-Columbia, it "seeks to provide a comparative and interdisciplinary focus for studies in oral literature and related fields by publishing research and scholarship on the creation, transmission, and interpretation of all forms of oral traditional expression".
Below: March 2007, Volume 22, Number 1, Special Issue: The Performance of Bob Dylan: Conference Proceedings of the Caen Colloquium. Guest Editor: Catharine Mason and Richard Thomas.
Gathers 12 essays by various authors: Dylan and the Nobel, by
Gordon Ball, The Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan, by
Richard F. Thomas, A Face like a Mask and a Voice that Croaks: An Integrated Poetics of Bob Dylan's Voice, Personae, and Lyrics, by
Christophe Lebold, Living, Breathing Songs: Singing Along with Bob Dylan, by
Keith Negus, Vocal Performance and Speech Intonation: Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone", by
Michael Daley, Never Quite Sung in this Fashion Before: Bob Dylan's "Man of Constant Sorrow", by
Todd Harvey, "Sólo Soy Un Guitarrista": Bob Dylan in the Spanish-Speaking World Influences, Parallels, Reception, and Translation, by
Christopher Rollason, Amerindian Roots of Bob Dylan's Poetry, by
Emmanuel Désveaux and Valerie Burling, Bob Dylan, the Ordinary Star, by
Laure Bouquerel, A Semantic and Syntactic Journey Through the Dylan Corpus, by
Jean-Charles Khalifa, Nothing's Been Changed, Except the Words: Some Faithful Attempts at Covering Bob Dylan Songs in French, by
Nicolas Froeliger, and "The Low Hum in Syllables and Meters": Blues Poetics in Bob Dylan's Verbal Art, by
You can view or download the 12 essays here. A larger scan would be very welcome