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Thomas Pettitt teaches English literary and cultural history in the late-medieval and early-modern periods. He received his Ph.d. from Odense University in 1996. His research focuses on tradition-borne texts and performances such as ballads, folksongs, legends, customs and folk drama.
He has published in such academic journals as Folklore, Journal of American Folklore, Renaissance Drama, and European Medieval Theatre.
Media in Transition 6: Summary Perspectives
as author at MIT World Series: Media in Transition 6: Stone and Papyrus, Storage and Transmission,
together with: James Paradis (moderator), Mary Bryson, Marlene Manoff, John Durham Peters,
Folk Cultures and Digital Cultures
as author at MIT Communications Forum,
together with: Lewis Hyde, S. Craig Watkins,
Migratory Narratives: Why Some Stories Replicate Across Media, Cultures, Historical Eras
as author at MIT World Series: Media in Transition 4: The Work of Stories,
together with: William C. Uricchio, Richard Howells, Janet Staiger,