2 edition of Folklife & fieldwork found in the catalog.
Folklife & fieldwork
|Statement||prepared by Peter Bartis.|
|Series||Publications of the American Folklife Center -- no. 3.|
|Contributions||American Folklife Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
Her fieldwork formed the basis of exhibits, public programs and a book, South Florida Folklife, coauthored with Peggy Bulger and Stetson Kennedy. She was once again hired by the Florida Folklife Program in where she served as State Folklorist for 13 years documenting a wide array of traditional culture. Also available as an e-book." - Booklist "In the field of folklore, this feminist encyclopedia will stand as a major accomplishment and a tool that encourages more research and challenges more women to continue their fieldwork in women's folklore and folklife." - Feminist Collections.
Amy Howard received a BA in Anthropology from Brigham Young University and an MA in American Studies and Folklore from Utah State University. Her love of folklore fieldwork began in on an undergraduate field study in Guatemala. Since then, she has interned at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, coordinated public programs, and worked . Emily Hilliard Folklorist, Writer, Media Producer. Emily Hilliard is the West Virginia state folklorist and founding director of the West Virginia Folklife Program based at the West Virginia Humanities Council. She holds an M.A. in folklore from the University of North Carolina, and a B.A. in English and French from the University of Michigan.
Folklife & Fieldwork: A Layman's Introduction to Field Techniques. Publications of the American Folklife Center No 3, Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress. This invaluable little handbook is available to teachers and students for the cost of postage. The original Drop on Down in Florida was a two-record LP set based on four years of fieldwork conducted by the Florida Folklife Program on African American traditional music throughout the state. It was intended to highlight different forms of African American musical expression, especially the blues and sacred music traditions, for a statewide.
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Folklife & Fieldwork was successful enough that the small first printing was quickly used up, and a reprint of the same edition was issued in with a chocolate brown cover.
Four more printings followed throughout the s, many with different covers, including one commissioned specially by the Florida Department of State. collecting, and both of their collections are part of the American Folklife Center archive.
While this book prioritizes the documentation of folklife, by which we mean traditional culture and heritage, the guidelines offered here for interview-ing and documentation Folklife & fieldwork book to a broad range of topics. Folklife and FieldworkFile Size: 3MB.
Folklife and Fieldwork: An Introduction to Cultural Documentation (American Folklife Center, Library of Congress). Written by Stephen Winick and Peter Bartis and published in print by the Library of Congress, fourth edition, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bartis, Peter.
Folklife & fieldwork. Washington, D.C.: Folklife & fieldwork book Folklife Center, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bartis, Peter. Folklife & fieldwork. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, American Folklife Center, .
If you’ve been following the American Folklife Center’s website or our Facebook page (you can “like” it here to receive daily folklife inspiration!), you may have noticed an updated version of our classic fieldwork manual, Folklife & Fieldwork.
For decades, this handy small book has offered guidance to people interested in documenting. The Virginia Folklife Program is the state center for the documentation, presentation, support, and celebration of Virginia’s rich cultural heritage.
Whether sung or told, hand-crafted or performed, Virginia’s rich folklife refers to those “arts of everyday life” that reflect a sense of traditional knowledge and connection to community. "This introduction to the study of folklore and folklife contains an inspiring and spirited mixture of essays, theoretical contributions, practical instructions, and pure encyclopedia articles.
It is a very well put together book, written by eighteen researchers who have something to say. One can see here that it is competent educators who have come forward and are narrating All in all. The New American Cooking. by Joan Nathan. Joan Nathan, guest curator of the Food Culture USA program at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, shares years of fieldwork in communities across the United the Festival program, the book explores the increased diversity of American food over the last forty years.
Folklife and fieldwork: a layman's introduction to field techniques Paperback – January 1, by Peter. Bartis (Author) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Peter. Bartis. Fieldwork: recording traditional music / George List -- Archiving / George List -- The use of printed sources / Richard M.
Dorson -- Folk atlas mapping / Robert Wildhaber -- The use of artifacts and folk art in the folk museum / J. Geraint Jenkins -- The cultural geographer and folklife research / E. Estyn EvansPages: Learn to create folklife projects and conduct fieldwork, including one-on-one interviewing, as well as audio, video and photographic documentation.
Explore the Program Address: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Nashville, TN The Western Folklife Center Archives is a rich resource of information about the occupations, lifeways and traditions of the American West.
The collection includes materials from original fieldwork conducted by the Western Folklife Center, as well as photographs, audio and video recordings, original artwork and much more. Suggestions for Folklife Fieldwork and Presentations: Folklife Genres.
Because folklore is so pervasive, folklorists have organized folk traditions into a number of categories, termed genres for research purposes. The names for the genres may not be.
Complementary Fieldwork and Folklife: A Spring Internship at SILRA This post was written by Karina Kletscher, spring intern in the Smithsonian Libraries Research Annex. As a student in my second semester of my Master’s in Library and Information Science program, my goal was to find an internship that would fill the gaps in my experience and.
Alabama Folklife Association Logo The Alabama Folklife Association (AFA), headquartered at the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture in Montgomery, is a statewide nonprofit volunteer organization that promotes knowledge and appreciation of Alabama folklife. It sponsors research on traditional aspects of Alabama folk culture, including shape-note singing, decoration days.
Ethnomusicology Fieldwork Search this Guide. Ethnomusicology. Ethnomusicology Research Guide. While this book prioritizes the documentation of folklife, by which we mean traditional culture and heritage, the guidelines offered here for interviewing and documentation apply to a broad range of topics.
Author: Maureen Russell. American Folklife is more than a pres. entation of a colorful but irrelevant past. It is the presentation of modern adapta tions of traditional Indian cultures with in the context of The Festival is not a performance out of the past; it is a celebration of the present.
The fieldwork that goes into the InFile Size: 1MB. Complementary Fieldwork and Folklife: A Spring Internship at SILRA. Erin Rushing. One of my favorites was a children’s book with a highlighter yellow tartan cover called The Magic Bagpipe that had lush Author: Erin Rushing.
Rachelle (Riki) Saltzman. Satlzman is the Executive Director of the Oregon Folklife Network where she coordinates fieldwork projects, creates public programming and exhibits, and works with communities, organizations, and Tribes to sponsor activities that increase public awareness of the significance of Oregon’s living cultural heritage.
Folklife and Fieldwork Fundamentals. Folklife in Louisiana The Louisiana Folklife Program, within the Division of the Arts, is designed to identify, document, conserve, and present the folk cultural resources of Louisiana.
Folklore and Fieldwork The full online version of this guide to fieldwork appears on the American Folklife Center’s site.FOLKLIFE FIELDWORK FOR FUN AND PROFIT by Gerald E.
Parsons, Jr. University of Pennsylvania Field research in American folklife is fun when it takes you outdoors on a fine day for a talk with the local herb doctor, barn builder, storyteller, or moonshiner. Field research in American folklife.The Festival program formed part of a larger, multi-year Río Grande/Río Bravo Basin project that included: • Folklife Field Research Schools held in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado to train local academic and community scholars and to direct local research for the Folklife Festival and other public programs.