Publications and communications of Peere, Isabelle

Peere, I. (2020). "From Textual to Cultural Meaning: 'Tjanne'/'Barbel' in Contextual Perspective". In M. Burden (Ed.), Social Issues in Ballads and Songs (pp. 51-86).

Peere, I. (2017). 'Les orphelins sur la tombe de leur mère' at the Crossing with Flemish Tradition. In D. Atkinson & A. C. Rouse (Ed.), Ethnic Mobility in Ballads: Selected Papers from the 44th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung (pp. 109-129). Pécs, Hungary: SPECHEL e-ditions in collaboration with the Elphinstone Institute.

Grodent, F., & Peere, I. (28 June 2013). Examining Managers' careers at the crossing of gender and age. Paper presented at Euram "European management Academy", Istanbul, Turkey.

Cornet, A., Cecchini, I., Grodent, F., Peere, I., & Constantinidis, C. (2010). conciliation vie privée, vie professionnelle pour les femmes entrepreneurs en europe.

Peere, I. (2008). Le chant des Belges en 1914-18- l'élan d'une nation. B·A·S·I·S: Ballads and Songs - International Studies, B.A.S.I.S 4, 120-35.

Peere, I. (September 2007). Narrative Songs of the Bruges Lacemakers (1730-1879). Paper presented at The Culture of Lacemaking: Work, Gender, Religion and Song, Oxford (Hertford College, University of Oxford), United Kingdom.

Peere, I. (December 2006). Compte-rendu de l'ouvrage: La Guerre en chansons. Textes réunis par François Genton. Lied und Populäre Kultur, 50/51, 259-60.

Peere, I. (April 2006). Who Poisoned 'la Marquise'? Tradition versus History. Paper presented at 36th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung (sous l'égide de la Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore), Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.

Peere, I. (2005). Conference Opening Speech. Paper presented at 35th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung (sous l'égide de la Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore), Kiev, Ukraine.

Peere, I. (July 2005). "'Saint Nicolas et les enfants au saloir: a Pseudo-Popular Gem of the Traditional Repertoire?". Paper presented at 35th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung (sous l'égide de la Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore), Kiev, Ukraine.

Peere, I. (2005). Personal interview on National Radio Kiev (Ukraine) on the occasion of the 35th Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung as the first international conference hosted by the Ryslky Institute of Arts, Folklore and Ethnology (Academy of Sciences) since the Orange Revolution.

Peere, I. (2004). Back to Earth - Ballads and (Bio)diversity. Belgian Journal of Botany, 1-4.

Peere, I. (Ed.), & Top, S. (Other coll.). (2004). Ballads and Diversity: Perspectives on Gender, Ethos, Power and Play. Trèves, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.

Peere, I. (2003). Chants populaires flamands (1879): A Scholarly Field Collection and an Early Individual Repertoire. In T. A. McKean (Ed.), The Flowering Thorn (pp. 265-84). Logan, United States - Utah: Utah State University Press.

Peere, I. (2002). Comptines de dentellières brugeoises (1730-1850): entre travail, école et jeu, colère et prière. In K. I. Barna, Gabor (Ed.), Folk Ballads, Ethics, Moral Issues (pp. 111-126). Budapest, Hungary: Akademiai Kiado.

Peere, I. (24 September 2001). Het Volksliedonderzoek in Nederland en Vlaanderen: Stand van Zaken en Toekomstperspectieven. Paper presented at Reflectiedag, Louvain, Belgium.

Peere, I. (2000). "'Le répertoire d'une dame de la bonne bourgeoisie de Bruges' (1879): pièces d'identités, traces de mentalités". In N. Constantinescu (Ed.), Balade Si Studiile Despre Balada La Cumpana Dintre Secole. Actele Celei de a 30-a Conferite Internationale de Balada - Comisia de Balade a S.I.E.F (pp. 175-186).

Peere, I. (2000). Chants populaires flamands (1879) als wetenschappelijke getuigenis van een vroeg individueel repertoire: een voorstudie. Volkskunde, (4).

Peere, I. (18 July 1996). "'Lady Margaret' and 'Skolan': Of Wandering Dead and their Affinities in the Newfoundland and Breton Ballad Repertoires". Paper presented at 26th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung, Sansea, United Kingdom.

Peere, I. (26 May 1995). Continuité et discontinuité dans le répertoire anglophone de la ballade traditionnelle terre-neuvienne. Paper presented at 25th International Ballad Conference of the Kommission für Volksdichtung, Mellac, France.

Peere, I. (02 June 1993). "Emile Benoît's 'Vive la rose' as a Newfoundland Traditional Song". Paper presented at Folklore Studies Association of Canada / Association canadienne des études de folklore, Ottawa, Canada.

Peere, I. (1992). Death as an Expression of Worldview in a Ballad Culture: The Evidence of Newfoundland. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada.
Jury: Buchan, D. (Promotor), Rosenberg, N., Pocius, G., Lovelace, M., & Ashton, J.

Peere, I. (1992). Personal Interview on the invitation of Canadian Broadcating Corporation and on the occasion of the issue of Emile Benoît's CD entitled 'Vive la rose'.

Peere, I. (1992). Mort, mentalité et tradition à la lumière des ballades de Terre-Neuve. Canadian Folklore Canadien, 14 (2), 137-58.

Peere, I. (1992). "'Le Roi Renaud in Wallonia': From Cross-Cultural to Cultural-Specific Meaning. ARV: Scandinavian Yearbook of Folklore, 48, 51-63.

Peere, I. (1989). "'Are you blind, Lord Thomas, or can't you very well see?': An Interpretation of Death in the Newfoundland Classical Ballads". In C. Laforte, (Ed.), Ballades et chansons folkloriques (pp. 291-300). Québec, Canada: CELAT, Université Laval.

Peere, I. (26 October 1988). The Study of Cultural Worldview in the Newfoundland Ballads. Paper presented at American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Cambridge, United States - Massachusetts.

Peere, I. (02 June 1986). An Approach to the Revenant Ballads in Newfoundland. Paper presented at Folklore Studies Association of Canada / Association canadienne des études de folklore, Winnipeg, Canada.

Peere, I. (1986). "'If you kiss my clay-cold lips': An Examination of Revenant Ballads in Newfoundland". In W. Puchner, (Ed.), Tod und Jenseits im Europaïschen Volkslied (pp. 263-282). Ioannina, Greece: Société hellénique de laographie.

Peere, I. (1985). Elizabeth Greenleaf: An Appraisal. Canadian Folk Music Journal, 13, 20-31.