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Oral Literature in the Digital Age

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Mark Turin
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Claire Wheeler
, 
Eleanor Wilkinson

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1Mark Turin is a linguistic anthropologist specialised in the Himalayas. He directs the World Oral Literature Project and the Digital Himalaya Project, both of which are co-located at Cambridge and Yale universities. He is the author or co-author of four books, the editor of five volumes and has published numerous articles and book chapters. He is the Program Director of Yale’s new Himalaya Initiative.

2Claire Wheeler is a Research Assistant at the World Oral Literature Project. She has a background in Modern and Medieval Languages, educational publishing, and teaching English as a foreign language.

3Eleanor Wilkinson is a Research Assistant at the World Oral Literature Project. She has a background in ancient languages and culture, and has previously worked as a freelance collections assistant after completing her MA in Museum Studies.