retired May 1, 2000, from the
Professor D. L. Ashliman
University of Pittsburgh
He now conducts his folklore research from southern Utah. He can be
contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mythology Electronic Texts.
Germanic Myths, Legends,
- Germany Discovers
America. An annotated bibliography [in progress] of German-American
Folk and Fairy Tales.
World. Links to sites dealing with the geography, history, and
culture of Germany, Austria, Switzerland,
Scandinavia, the low countries, and England.
- Voices from the Past: The Cycle of Life in Indo-European Folktales,
second edition, expanded and revised. Dubuque, Iowa:
Publishing Company, 1995. ISBN 0-7872-1503-1. 495 pages. First
- Once upon a Time: The Story of European Folktales. Pittsburgh:
University of Pittsburgh, External Studies Program, 1994. 235 pages.
- A Guide to Folktales in the English Language: Based on the
Aarne-Thompson Classification System. Bibliographies and Indexes in
World Literature, vol. 11. Westport (Connecticut), New York, and
Greenwood Press, 1987. ISBN 0-313-25961-5. 384 pages. Designated
as an "outstanding reference source" by the American Library Association.
- Ph.D. dissertation: The American West in Nineteenth-Century German
Literature. Rutgers University, 1969. Dissertation Abstracts 2959-A.
University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Order number 7000572.
Updated September 29, 2000.