Folklore in the United States and Canada : an institutional history / edited by Patricia Sawin and Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, Description: 1 online resource (vii, 312 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780253052889; 0253052882Subject(s): Folklore -- Study and teaching -- United States -- History | Folklore -- Study and teaching -- Canada -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Folklore in the United States and Canada : An Institutional HistoryDDC classification: 398.071/173 LOC classification: GR46 | .F65 2020Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction / Patricia Sawin and Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt -- Part I: Early Programs -- 1. The Quintessence of the Humanities: Folklore and Mythology at Harvard / Rachel C. Kirby and Anthony Bak Buccitelli -- 2. Bringing Ethnographic Research to the Public Conversation: Folklore at the University of North Carolina / Patricia Sawin -- 3. Teaching and Research at Laval University (Québec, Canada): From Folklore to Ethnology / Laurier Turgeon
4. The Folklife Connection: Ethnological Organization at Franklin and Marshall, Cooperstown, and Penn State Harrisburg /Simon J. Bronner -- Part II: 1960s-70s Efflorescence -- 5. "The Great Team" of American Folklorists: Characters Large in Life and Grand in Plans / Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt -- 6. The Jewel in the Crown: Hallmarks of Success in Indiana University's Folklore Program / Jeanne Harrah-Johnson -- 7. Folklore and Mythology Studies at UCLA / Michael Owen Jones
8. Of Politics, Disciplines, and Scholars: MacEdward Leach and the Founding of the Folklore Program at the University of Pennsylvania / Rosina S. Miller -- 9. Groundtruthing the Humanities: Penn Folklore and Folklife, 1973-2013 / Mary Hufford -- 10. Toward a Multigenealogical Folkloristics: The Berkeley Experiment / Charles L. Briggs -- 11. The Texas School / Richard Bauman -- 12. Memorial University's Folklore Program: Outsiders and Insiders / Lynne S. McNeill -- 13. A Century of Folklore Research and Teaching at Western Kentucky / Michael Ann Williams
14. Folklore at the University of Oregon: A History of Tradition, Innovation, and Pushing the Rock up the Hill / Sharon R. Sherman -- 15. From Ukrainian Studies to Folklore of the Prairies: The Kule Center for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore, University of Alberta / Natalie Kononenko -- 16. Engagement with Community in Distinctive Folklore Concentrations: University of Louisiana at Lafayette / Marcia Gaudet and Barry Jean Ancelet -- 17. The Fife Legacy: Fifty Years of Folklore at Utah State University / Randy Williams -- Part III: Newer Programs and Innovations
18. Folklife in the Nation's Capital: The George Washington University Experience / James I. Deutsch -- 19. The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Folklore Program and the Wisconsin Idea / Christine J. Widmayer and B. Marcus Cederström -- 20. Folklore at Brigham Young's Universities: Four Generations of Inter(con)textual Studies of Region, Religion, and Beyond /Jill Terry Rudy -- 21. The Mason Idea / Debra Lattanzi Shutika -- 22. Folklore and Interdisciplinarity at the Ohio State University / Patrick B. Mullen and Amy Shuman
23. Show Me Folklore: The Folklore, Oral Tradition, and Culture Studies Program at the University of Missouri / Claire Schmidt
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Patricia Sawin is Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Folklore Program in the Department of American Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She is author of Listening for a Life: A Dialogic Ethnography of Bessie Eldreth through Her Songs and Stories . Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt is Vice President Emerita and Professor Emerita of Anthropology at Agnes Scott College. She is author of American Folklore Scholarship: A Dialogue of Dissent and (with Isaac Jack Lévy) Ritual Medical Lore of Sephardic Women: Sweetening the Spirits and Healing the Sick .