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  • Anzaldua, Saraliza, ‘Clowning Around: Monstrous politics and the “Creepy Clown” phenomenon of 2016’, paper presented at the R.A.W. Conference 2017, University of Texas, Dallas.
  • Babula, William, ‘Shakespeare and His Actors: An essay on clowns, fools, tragedians, and women, and the men and boys who played them’, Journal of the Wooden O Symposium, 8, pp. 1-10.
  • Baccini, Giulia, ‘Approaching Jokes and Jestbooks in Pre-modern China’, in The Palgrave Book of Humour, History, and Methodology, Daniel Derrin and Hannah Burrows, eds. (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), pp. 201-20.
  • Barilan, Yechiel, ‘The story of the body and the story of the person: towards an ethics of representing human bodies and body-parts’, Department of Internal Medicine B, Meir Hospital, Kfar Saba, Israel, Medicine Health Care and Philosophy, 8:2 (Feb 2005), pp. 193-205.
  • Bartlett, Barbara, ‘“The Lord That Counseled Thee to Give Away thy Land”: The wardship controversy in the First Quarto version of King Lear’, M.A. thesis, University of Oklahoma, 2019.
  • Beare, Zachary, ‘Softies Like Me: The foolish work of fat queer pedagogy’, Writing on the Edge, 29:1 (2018), pp. 78-90.
  • Belanger, Jillian, ‘Speaking Truth to Power: Stand-up comedians as sophists, jesters, public intellectuals and activists’, Ph.D thesis, University of Rhode Island, 2017, Open Access Dissertations – Paper 610.
  • Beloff, Laura, ‘Ludic Mode: Irony and wearable devices’, in Homo Ludens Ludens (LABoral: Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial, 2008).
  • Beloff, Laura, ‘The Hybronaut and the Umwelt: Wearable technology as artistic strategy’, Ph.D thesis, University of Plymouth, 2013.
  • Bennaa, Youcef, ‘Feminism’s last frontier in the quest for social theory: American stand-up in the age of political correctness’, Arab World English Journal, 4:3 (August 2020), pp. 34-45.
  • Beuving, Joost, ‘The anthropologist as jester, anthropology as jest?’, Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale (2016).
  • Bevis, Matthew, Wordsworth’s Fun (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019).
  • Biryukova, Marina, in Russian: ‘Ludic aspects in Russian religious-philosophical literature at the turn of the 20th century’, Russian Literature, 90 (2017), pp. 45-82.
  • Bloemendal, Jan; Arjan van Dixhoorn & Elsa Strietman (eds), Literary Cultures and Public Opinion in the Low Countries, 1450–1650 (Leiden: Brill, 2011).
  • Bois, Christian, ‘Learning about Sancho Panza and foreign cousins: A case for introducing the future of e-learning within the semantic web’, Proceedings of the 2002 EDEN Annual Conference, Granada, Spain (16-19 June 2002), pp. 340-345.
  • Borbely, Stefan, Mitologie Generala (Cluj: Editura Limes, 2004).
  • Bordeaux, Joel, The Mythic King: Raja Krishnacandra and early modern Bengal, Ph.D thesis, Columbia University, 2015.
  • Brown, Pamela Allen, Better a Shrew than a Sheep: Women, Drama, and the Culture of Jest in Early Modern England (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003).
  • Burgess, Sarah, ‘Rhetoric: A Fool’s Profession?’, University of South Carolina Conference on Rhetorical Theory, no date.
  • Callahan, William A., ‘Citizen Ai: Warrior, Jester, and Middleman’, The Journal of Asian Studies, 73:4 (2014), pp. 899-920.
  • Campbell, Charles and Johan H. Cilliers, Preaching Fools: The Gospel as a Rhetoric of Folly (Waco: Baylor University Press, 2012).
  • Campbell, Charles, ‘Principalities, Powers, and Fools: Does preaching make an ethical difference’, paper delivered at the 8th international conference of Societas Homiletica, Copenhagen, Denmark (19-25 July 2008).
  • Campbell, Stephen J. ed., Artists at Court: Image-making and Identity 1300-1550 (Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 2015).
  • Castro, Raul, ‘En¡Asu Mare!: Rituales de clase y distincion en el nuevo cine de entretenimiento Peruano’, Cuaderno de Trabajo, 39 (March 2017), Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Departamento de Ciencias Sociales.
  • Chen, Khin-Wee, ‘”Sarcasm might be entertaining but it doesn’t solve our national problems”: What happens when a Malaysian politican plays the fool?’, Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 48 (2016), pp. 142-66.
  • Chey, Jocelyn, & Jessica Milner Davis (eds), Humour in Chinese Life and Letters: Classical and Traditional Approaches (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2011).
  • Chey, Jocelyn, & Jessica Milner Davis (eds), Humour in Chinese Life and Culture: Resistance and Control in Modern Times (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2013).
  • Chriss, James, ‘Georg Simmel’s Social Geometry’, Department of Criminology, Anthropology, and Sociology, Cleveland State University (2017).
  • Clark, Timothy, & Iain Mangham, ‘Stripping to the Undercoat: A review and reflections on a piece of organization theatre’, Organization Studies, 25:5 (2004).
  • Classen, Albrecht, Deutsche Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts: Studien zu Martin Montanus, Hans Wilhelm Kirchhof und Michael Lindener (Tucson: University of Arizona, 2008).
  • Clegg, S. R., Cunha, M. P. E., Rego, A., & Berti, M., ‘Speaking truth to power: The academic as jester stimulating management learning’, Management Learning (September 2021).
  • Comer, Debra R. & Michael Schwartz, ‘The problem of humiliation in peer review’, Ethics and Education, 9:2 (May 2014), pp. 141-56.
  • Cook-Greuter, Susanne, ‘The Construct-Aware Stage of Ego Development and its Relationship to the Fool Archetype’, Integral Review, 14:1 (August 2018).
  • Crowl, Samuel, ‘Lear’s Fool on Film: Peter Brook, Grigori Kozintsev, Akira Kurosawa’, in Victoria Bladen, Sarah Hatchuel, Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin (eds), Shakespeare on Screen: King Lear (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 33-49.
  • Cunha, M. P. E., Rego, A., Clegg, S. R., & Berti, M., Paradoxes of Power and Leadership (London: Routledge, 2021).   
  • Cuthbertson, Thomas, ‘The fool’s replies: Towards a poetics of folly in Shakespeare’s comedies’, Ph.D. thesis, Department of English, Indiana University, 2014. 
  • Dajani, Deena (2015) ‘Foolish Citizens,’ in Engin Isin (eds), Citizenship after Orientalism (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), pp 237-262.
  • Danesi M., ‘Spectacle-Power: Why we hate to love and love to hate pop culture’, in X-Rated! (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), pp. 141-63.
  • Danielson, Magnus & Torbjörn Rolandsson, ‘Politicians as entertainers: A political performance of the personal, Continuum Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 34:6 (July 2020).
  • Doebler, Peter L., ‘Bibliography for the Holy Fool in Religion and the Arts’, posted on Academia.edu.
  • Equestri, Alice, ‘Armine… thou art a foole and knaue”: The fools of Shakespeare’s romances’, Ph.D thesis, University of Padua, 2014.
  • Equestri, Alice, Armine… thou art a foole and knaue: The Fool of Shakespeare’s Romances (Rome: Carocci Editore, 2016).
  • Euchner, Jim, ‘The Corporate Jester’, Research-Technology Management, 63:1 (2020), pp. 10-11.
  • Ezgi Dikici, Ayşe, Imperfect Bodies, Perfect Companions? Dwarfs and Mutes at the Ottoman Court in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, M.A. thesis, Sabancı University, 2006.
  • Foss, Karen A. & Sonja K. Foss, ‘An Explication of Visual Enactment in Advanced Style: Fashioning a challenge to the ideology of old age’, Western Journal of Communication, 84:2 (August 2019), pp. 1-25.
  • Frankenburg, Ronnie, ‘Role of ethnographic argument in the prediction and / or creation of social futures’, Twenty-First Century Society, 3:2 (June 2008), pp. 175-85.
  • Galambos, Imre, Dunhuang Manuscript Culture: End of the first millennium (De Gruyter, 2020).
  • Gao Zhipeng & Katherine Bischoping, ‘The Communist hero and the April Fool’s joke: The cultural politics of authentication and fakery’, Social Anthropology, 27:3 (August 2019), pp. 438-54.
  • Geethanadani, Kasi, & Rajkumar, S., ‘”Better a Witty fool than a foolish wit” – Who are these Fools?’, International Journal of Social Science and Human Research, 4:8 (August 2021), pp. 2194-97.
  • Goldberg, Amos, ‘A Fool or a Prophet: Rubinstein the Warsaw Ghetto Jester, The 2019 J. B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Annual Lecture at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 13 March 2019.
  • Gommans, Jos, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Imagination in Nayaka South India: Decoding the Brooklyn Kalamkari‘, Archives of Asian Art, 70:1 (April 2020), pp. 1–21.
  • Goodey, Christopher, A History of Intelligence and ‘Intellectual Disability’: The shaping of psychology in early modern Europe (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2011).
  • Graham, Seth Benedict, A Cultural Analysis of the Russo-Soviet Anekdot, Ph.D thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 2003.
  • Grau, Marion, ‘Fool’s Errand: Holy fools and divine folly as hermeneutical figures’, in Refiguring Theological Hermeneutics (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 143-162.
  • Griffiths, Morwenna & Michael Adrian Peters, ‘”I knew Jean-Paul Sartre”: Philosophy of education as comedy’, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 46:2 (October 2012), pp. 132-47.
  • Gril, Johan, The Colbert Report: Between irony and journalism, a criticism of the US mainstream media and political institutions, M.A. thesis, Science Po Toulouse, 2017.
  • Harris, James C., ‘Jester with a Lute’, Arch Gen Psychiatry, 68:4 (2011), pp. 338.
  • Heetderks, Angela, ‘Witty Fools and Foolish Wits: Performing cognitive disability in English literature, c. 1380-c. 1602’, Ph.D thesis, University of Michigan, 2014.
  • Henriksen, Helle Zinner, Tom McMaster & David Wastell, ‘Fooling Around: The corporate jester as an effective change agent for technological innovation’, in R.L. Baskerville, L. Mathiassen, J. Pries-Heje, J.I DeGross eds., Business Agility and Information Technology Diffusion (Boston: Springer, 2005, pp. 129-44.
  • Heywood, Russell G., ‘Autoethnography for Extraterrestrials’, Journal of Autoethnography, 1:2 (May 2020), pp. 175-85.
  • Hyde, Gillian, ‘Influential partnerships: A possible role for a modern-day court jester’, in P. Garrard eds., The Leadership Hubris Epidemic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 179-92.
  • Jandric, Petar, ‘Academic Community in Transition: Critical liberatory praxis in the network society’, in Tomayess Issa & others eds., Information Systems and Technology for Organizations in a Networked Society (IGI Global, 2013), pp. 88-106.
  • Jangir, Rajpal, ‘Tracing the Tradition of Comic and Constructive Criticism by Jesters in Imperial Courts of India’, Dialog: Journal of the Department of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, 36 (Autumn 2020).
  • Jerónimo, Nuno A. & José Carlos Alexandre, ‘O feitiço do tempo da comédia’, Comunicação e Sociedade, 35 (June 2019), pp. 61-76.
  • Jerónimo, Nuno A. & José Carlos Alexandre, ‘Comedy’s time spell’, Comunicação e Sociedade, 35 (June 2019), pp. 77-91.
  • Johnson, Laurie, ‘Borrowed Robes and Garbled Transmissions: Echoes of Shakespeare’s dwarfish thief’, TEXT Special Issue 36: Shakespeare 400 (October 2016).
  • Kadar, Daniel Z., Fengguang Liu, Juliane House & Wenrui Shi, ‘Reporting ritual political advice in the Chinese state media: A study of the National People’s Congress’, Discourse, Context & Media, 35 (June 2020).
  • Kavanagh, Donncha, ‘Institutional Heterogeneity and Change: The University as Fool’, Organization 16:4 (2009), pp. 575-95.
  • Kogman-Appel, Katrin, ‘Pictorial Messages in Mediaeval Illuminated Hebrew Books: Some Methodological Considerations’, in Irina Wandrey, ed., Jewish Manuscript Cultures: New Perspectives (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2017), pp. 443-468.
  • Konarska-Zimnicka, Sylwia, ‘Ugly Jester – Funny Jester? The Question of the Comic Nature of Ugliness in the Middle Ages and Renaissance’, Holy Cross University Periodical Publications, English Philology Series, 4:29 (2012), pp. 125-34.
  • Kopelent Rehak, Jana and Susanna Trnka, eds., The Politics of Joking: Anthropological Engagements (Routledge, 2018).
  • Landfester, Ulrike, ‘The Invisible Fool: Botho Strauss’s Postmodern Metadrama and the History of Theatrical Reality’, in The Play within the Play: The Performance of Meta-Theatre and Self-Reflection, Gerhard Fischer and Bernhard Greiner eds. (Brill, 2007), pp. 129-42.
  • Lee, Sherry D., ‘Modernist opera’s stigmatized subjects’, in Blake Howe et al eds., The Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015).
  • Leeming, B, ‘”Big-Old Long Lips, Big-Old Jar Nose”: Ancient Mesoamerican monsters and clowns and the transformation of Christianity in early colonial Mexico’, Ancient Mesoamerica (2020), pp. 1-14.
  • Li, Henry Siling, Seriously playful: The uses of networked spoof videos in China’, Ph.D thesis, Queensland University of Technology, 2012.
  • Lieber, Maria & Gesine Seymer, ‘Italienisches im englischen Wortschatz des vor-Elisabethanischen Zeitalters’, in Claudia Lange, Beatrix Weber & Göran Wolf eds., Communicative Space: Variation, Contact, and Change (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2012), pp. 297-329.
  • Lipovetsky, Mark, Charms of Cynical Reason: Trickster in Soviet and Post-Soviet Culture (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2011).
  • Lodge, Martin, ‘Accounting for Blind Spots’, in T. Bach & K. Wegrich eds., The Blind Spots of Public Bureaucracy and the Politics of Non-Coordination (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 29-48.
  • Lynn, Richard John, ‘The Modern Chinese Word For Humour: Huaji and Its Antecedents in the Zhuangzi and Other Early Texts’, in Laughter in Eastern and Western Philosophies, Günter Wohlfart and Hans-Georg Moeller (eds) (Munich: Karl Alber, 2010), pp. 60-73.
  • Ölçer Özünel, Evrim, ‘Hoca Nasrettin, kahraman mi anti-kahraman mi, hilebaz mi, bilge mi?’ (‘Hodja Nasrettin: Is he a hero or an anti-hero, a trickster or a wise man?’), Millî Folklor, 20:78 (2008), pp. 22-27.
  • Oring, Elliott, ‘Risky Business: Political Jokes under Repressive Regimes’, Western Folklore, 63:3 (2004), pp. 209–36.
  • Österlund-Pötzsch, Susanne, ‘Streetsmart som folkkulturell företeelse & (infra)ordinär kunskap’ (‘Streetsmart in popular culture and as (infra)ordinary knowledge’), May 2021, ResearchGate.
  • Macleod, Hamish & Jen Ross,‘Structure, Authority and Other Noncepts: Teaching in Foolish Spaces’, in Digital Difference: Perspectives on Online Learning (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2011), pp. 15-28.
  • Maes, Rik & Erik J. DeVries, ‘Information Leadership: The CIO as orchestrator and equilibrist’, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, December 2008, Paris.
  • Malita-Król, Joanna, Anna Kuchta, Marta Blaszkowska & Renate Iwicka, Trickster i inne postaci ambiwalentne w najnowszej popkulturze (AT Wydawnictwo, 2017).
  • Martin, Vanessa,’The Jester and the Shadow of God: Nasir al-Din Shah and his fools’, Iranian Studies, 40:4 (2007), pp. 467-481.
  • Mcallister, Margaret & Donna Lee Brien, ‘Illuminating nursing’s shadow side through a Jungian analysis of the film Fog in August’, Nursing Enquiry, 27:3 (March 2020).
  • McKeague, Matthew, ‘Lyrical lessons: The potential of informative comedy music as supplementary teaching material’, European Journal of Humour Research, 6:3 (November 2018), pp. 30-49.
  • Meyrer, Karin P., ‘Would you like a balloon? An analysis of the clown in Stephen King’s “It”‘, Letras Escreve, 8:3 (2018), pp. 239-252.
  • Milner Davis, Jessica, ‘Humour and its cultural context: Introduction and overview’, 2013.
  • Milner Davis, Jessica, ‘The Fool and the Path to Spiritual Insight’, in Hans Geybels and Walther van Herck (eds), Humour and Religion: Challenges and Ambiguity (New York: Continuum Publishing, 2013), pp. 218-247.
  • Mudge, Peter, ‘Jesus the Wise Fool: Some possibilities for religious education’, Journal of Religious Education, 51:1 (2003).
  • Murphy, Peter F., ‘Living by His Wits: The buffoon and male survival’, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 31:4 (2006), pp. 1125-1142.
  • Ölçer Özünel, Evrim, ‘Hoca Nasrettin, kahraman mi anti-kahraman mi, hilebaz mi, bilge mi?’ (‘Hodja Nasrettin: Is he a hero or an anti-hero, a trickster or a wise man?’), Millî Folklor, 20:78 (2008), pp. 22-27.
  • Oring, Elliott, ‘Risky Business: Political Jokes under Repressive Regimes’, Western Folklore, 63:3 (2004), pp. 209–36.
  • Pamment, Claire, ‘Brahmin Jesters and Sufi Wise Fools’, in Comic Performance in Pakistan, Palgrave Studies in Comedy (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 69-103.
  • Palmer-Mehta, Valerie, ‘The Wisdom of Folly: Disrupting Masculinity in King of the Hill’, Text and Performance Quarterly, 26:2 (April 2006), pp. 181-198.
  • Parsons, Ben, ‘Trouble at the Mill: Madness, merrymaking, and milling’, The Chaucer Review, 53:1 (2018), pp. 3–35.
  • Payne, Rodger A., ‘Teaching politics through film: the role of comedy’, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, 17-20 February 2010.
  • Pereira, Marcelo de Andrade, ‘Performance e Educação: configurações parateatrais da docência’, Educação (UFSM), 39:3 (November 2014), pp. 505-14.
  • Quirk, Sophie, ‘Who’s in charge? Negotiation, manipulation and comic licence in the work of Mark Thomas’, Comedy Studies, 1:1 (2020), pp. 113-24.
  • Radebe, Hopewell, ‘What Chance a Wise Fool to Call Mugabe’s Bluff?’, Business Day, Johannesburg, 22 July 2005.
  • Rantala, Pälvi, ‘Erilaisia tapoja käyttää kylähullua’, Ph.D thesis, University of Lapland, 2009.
  • Rascão, José, Novas realidades na Gestão e na Gestão da Informação (April 2021).
  • Raw, Anni, ‘A model and theory of community-based arts and health practice’, Ph.D thesis, 2013.
  • Romanos, Eduardo, ‘”No es una crisis, es que ya no te quiero”: Humor y protesta en el movimiento 15M’, Revista Internacional de Sociologia, 74:3 (July 2016).
  • Roncero López, Victoriano & Esther Cadahía, ‘The Court Jester in 16th and 17th Century Spain: History, painting, and literature’, South Atlantic Review, 72:1 (Winter 2007), Cultural Studies in the Spanish Golden Age, pp. 93-110.
  • Rosen, Diana, ‘A Jester’s Guide to See(k)ing Across Disciplines’, American Journal of Play, 4:3 (Winter 2012), pp. 310-26.
  • Rückheim, Philipp, ‘Why are there not More Conflicts in World Society? Conflict as Communication and its Invisibilization’, in From Communication Landscapes to Bullying Battlegrounds (Brill, 2014), pp. 1-14.
  • Šalanda, Bohuslav, ‘ Dimenze historické sociologie’ (‘Dimensions of Historical Sociology’), Historicka Sociologie, 13:1 (May 2021), pp. 147-54.
  • Sanborn, Colin, ‘Destierro and Desengaño: The disabled body in Golden Age Spanish portraiture’, dissertation, Oberlin College, 2019.
  • Schnell, Joshua, Medicine, Dental Practice, and the Production of Bone Objects among the Classic Maya as seen from the S-Sector of Piedras Negras, Guatemala, M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Brown University, 2017.
  • Schopen, Gregory, ‘The learned monk as a comic figure: On reading a Buddhist Vinaya as Indian literature’, Journal of Indian Philosophy, 35:3 (June 2007), pp. 201-26.
  • Screti, Zoe, ‘‘A Motley to the View’: The clothing of court fools in Tudor England’, Midlands Historical Review, 2 (2018).
  • Secmezsoy-Urquhart, Jessica, Did Disabled People Have a Place at Renaissance Royal Courts?, M.A. thesis, University of Glasgow, 2016.
  • Secmezsoy-Urquhart, Jessica, ‘Off Evere Full that in this Regeone Duellis: The Neurodiverse Natural Court Fool’s Vital Relationship with Scottish Stewart and British Stuart Rulers, 1488-1649’, MSc thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2019.
  • Seirlis, Julia Katherine, ‘Laughing all the way to freedom?: Contemporary stand-up comedy and democracy in South Africa’, Humor, 24:4 (2011), pp. 513–530.
  • Shannon, Andrea. ‘”Uncouth Language to a Princes Ears”: Archibald Armstrong, Court Jester, and Early Stuart Politics,’ The Sixteenth Century Journal, 42:1 (2011), pp. 99–112.
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  • Shopoff, Sherry, ‘Sacred Comedy: Reconciling religion and humor’, M.A. dissertation, San Diego State University, 2012.
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  • Simon, Frits, ‘Rumbling on performativity: The complex practice of policy development in a University of Applied Sciences’, Ph.D thesis, Open University Netherlands, 2015.
  • Souris, Ioannis, ‘The Myth of Helen of Troy: Reinterpreting the archetypes of the myth in solo and collaborative forms of playwriting’, Ph.D thesis, University of Exeter, 2011.
  • Spitzer, Peter, ‘LaughterBoss: The court jester in aged care’, in Suffering the Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune (Brill, 2007), pp. 165-74.
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  • Thorpe, Ashley, ‘Only Joking? The relationship between the clown and percussion in Jingju’, Asian Theatre Journal, 22:2 (2005), pp. 269-92.
  • Tirosh, Yoav, ‘Icelanders Abroad’, in Jürg Glauser, Pernille Hermann eds.) Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2018), pp. 502–507.
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