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  • Goldstein, Diane E. (American Folklore Society, 2013-10-19)
    This talk will explore changes in scholarly and popular attitudes toward the vernacular over the last 40 years, particularly through examination of the rise of intellectual, bureaucratic, and popular interest in narrative ...
  • Patrick, Robert W. (American Folklore Society, 2014-10-06)
    The Veterans History Project (VHP) of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is the nation's largest collection of memories of America's veterans. These first-person recollections are shared through oral ...
  • McLaughlin, Riley (American Folklore Society, 2011-10-27)
  • Marzolph, Ulrich (American Folklore Society, 2010-10-14)
    Since their introduction into world literature, the "Thousand and One Nights," better known in English as the "Arabian Nights," have become the world's most influential collection of stories. The general public is well ...
  • Szwed, John; Spitzer, Nick (American Folklore Society, 2015-10-16)
    Folk songs have been at the heart of the study of folklore since its beginnings, and the scholarship on song is one of the finest achievements of the field. But in recent years interest in songs, especially songs in English, ...
  • Lawless, Elaine (American Folklore Society, 2010-10-14)
    This lecture will focus on the pivotal historical moment when Zora Neale Hurston turned in her (rejected) dissertation for the doctorate at Columbia University to "Father Franz" (Boas). It will also address the times in ...
  • McDonald, Margaret Read; Radner, Jo (American Folklore Society, 2004-10-14)
    Collector and storyteller Margaret Read MacDonald will present the results of interviews with ten tellers from varying cultures, demonstrating that they have many different reasons for adopting the social identity of ...

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