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Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Tradition Bearer is exactly "Nusz, Nancy J."
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1984 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

1984 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1984-07-23
Description
Nine audio cassettes. Liz Simmons, folklorist and teacher from California, leads discussion with teachers on folklore and the place of jokes, legends, and games in folklore. Topics include Zora Neale Hurston; African American folklore; writing folklore; memory and expressive writing; tooth fairy stories; reinforced roles and stereotypes; politics, race and gender in folklore; teaching folklore; children's games; naming traditions; children's folklore; Jack Tales; and family folklore and stories.
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History of Florida Ranching Workshop at the 1984 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area/Old Marble Stage)

History of Florida Ranching Workshop at the 1984 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area/Old Marble Stage)

Date
1984-05-26
Description
One audio cassettes. Nancy Nusz introduces Joe Akerman, Jim Bob Tinsley, Vic Blackstone, Junior Mills and P.K. Rowell who discuss the history of Florida ranching; Florida scrub cow; cross breeding.
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Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1989-07-10
Description
Nine audio cassettes. The theme this year was "Folklife and Immigration." C89-31: Nancy Nusz and Ormond Loomis open the Seminar. Olivia Cadaval is the primary speaker. She opens with a discussion of her family's background and traditions as immigrants. She also discusses her ethnicity as a Latin American; layers of identity; definitions of culture; folk culture and folklife; festivals; aesthetic use of space; identity through items and structures; participant view of folk culture; institutions within the community; material culture and how it is meaningful to us; elite, popular, and folk culture as a continuum. C89-32: Olivia Cadaval continues her discussion focusing on time concept; pop pressure; defines folk culture-groups/communities; ethnicity and material culture; "built environment"; extended family in the neighborhood, community, home, occupation, religion, society, etc.; regionalism; border traditions; stereotypes. She approaches these subjects from a Latin American perspective referring to terms such as comadres and copadres, and subjects such as the Virgen de Guadalupe. C89-33: Olivia Cadaal continues her discussion on stereotypes focusing on such subjects as virgins; significant plants; Spanish bayonet; the piƱata. Nancy Nusz conducts/discusses community building. Olivia Cadaval on the immigrant home. C89-34: Continuation of Olivia Cadaval on the immigrant home; discussion of occupational traditions including Curly Dekle and whipmaking; Haitian traditions; society at work; hierarchies; illustration of traditional occupations. C89-35: Discussion of occupations is continued. Ricki Saltzman discusses folk religion and Jewish folklore and ethnicity; foodways in religion; the Jewish religious year and generational upbringing; Jewish cookbooks as showing community value; variation differences between ideal and reality; festive foodways; wedding, birthday, and funeral customs. Specific aspects of the topics mentioned include Eastern Europe; the Passover/Easter; Torah; Mezuzah. C89-36: Riki Saltzman continues her discussion with ways to get children and their families to use/investigate folklore; ritual comparison (Kwanza is used as an example). Seminar attendees form groups of three, interview one another, and discuss results. Olivia Cadaval discusses folk examples of today; shows video clips of neighborhood celebrations seen and discussed; ethnic community celebrations (Corpus Christi, Holy Cross, and comparsa used as examples). C89-37: Olivia Cadaval continues discussion of community celebrations and material culture; toys. She reviews folk culture and material culture and discusses it as applied to folk art (Seminole art used as example). C89-38: Nancy Nusz continues discussion of folk art and discusses examples such as the Quetzal (bird symbolic of Guatemala). Slides are shown. There is an indication that a machine breaks part way into Side B - the index sheet does not specify whether it is tape recorder or slide machine. C89-39: Slideshow of folk artisans discussed.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 10 June 1986

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 10 June 1986

Date
1986-06-10
Description
Five audio cassettes. Held at the Social Science building on the University of South Florida campus. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, William Green; Council Members absent: Beverly Carter; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Thelma Boltin (Consultant), Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Bill Dudley (WMNF Radio, Tampa), LeeEllen Friedland. For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 February 1988

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 February 1988

Date
1988-02-19
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Cathy Sugrue (Chair), Miguel Bretos, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: Jeanette Cypress; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Nancy Michael (Folklife Specialist), Patricia Stafford (Senior Clerk); Visitors: Thelma A. Boltin (Consultant), Bill Fenton (Public Relations Consultant). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 September 1984

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 September 1984

Date
1984-09-17
Description
Five audio cassettes. Council Members present: Ronald C. Foreman (Chairman), E. W. Carswell, Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: William Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris Greene (Secretary), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Specialist), Blanton Owen (Folk Arts Coordinator), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Andrea Graham (Folklife Specialist), David Taylor (Folk Arts Coordinator). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 20 September 1985

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 20 September 1985

Date
1985-09-20
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Jeanette Cypress, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney (Vice-Chairman), Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: William Green, (one vacancy); Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Iris C. Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Nancy Nusz (Historian), Blanton Owen (Historian), David Taylor (Historian); Visitors: Randall Kelley (Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Ross Morrell (Assistant Director, Division of Archives, History and Records Management), Loretta Van Winkle (Tampa/Hillsborough Arts Council), Suzanne Nicola (Pine Castle Center of the Arts), Mary Jean Jones (Seminole Tribe of Florida). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C86-150 through C86-210. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 22 February 1985

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 22 February 1985

Date
1985-02-22
Description
Two audio cassettes. Council Members present: E.W. Carswell (Chairman), Jeanette Cypress, Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue, Patricia Waterman; Council Members absent: Ronald C. Foreman, William H. Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Director), Irish C. Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Folklife Programs Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Folklife Programs Administrator), Blanton Owen (Folk Arts Coordinator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator), Eric Larsen (Folklife Specialist), Andrea Graham (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Ernie Williams (Florida Folklore Society). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C84-102 through C84-125. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 23 November 1987

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 23 November 1987

Date
1987-11-23
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Miguel Bretos, Jeanette Cypress, Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Cathy Sugrue; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), Peggy Bulger (Arts Administrator), Merri Belland (Folk Arts Coordinator), Nancy Nusz (Folk Arts Coordinator); Visitors: Tina Bucuvalas (Historical Museum of Southern Florida), Charles Hiers (Seminole Tribe of Florida). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C88-1 through C88-31. Included with the index sheets are copies of the 12/2/1987 Draft Mission Statement of the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs and the 12/3/1987 Draft of Goals and Objectives for the Bureau. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 24 February 1987

Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 24 February 1987

Date
1987-02-24
Description
Three audio cassettes. Council Members present: Patricia Waterman (Chair), Ronald C. Foreman, Jr., Mick Moloney, Catherine Sugrue; Council Members absent: Beverly Carter, Jeanette Cypress, Bill Green; Florida Folklife Programs Staff: Ormond H. Loomis (Chief), Iris Greene (Secretary), Barbara Beauchamp (Arts Administrator), David Taylor (Arts Administrator), Nancy Nusz (Historian), Nancy Michael (Folklife Specialist), Peter Roller (Historian), Merri Belland (Folklife Specialist); Visitors: Bill Fenton (Fenton Associates), Darrell Krause (Dept. of Natural Resources), George Percy (Director, Division of Historical Resources). For minutes and details of the meeting, see the S 1579, box 1, folder: Indexes for C87-1 through C87-24. And copies of tapes (but not the minutes)for this meeting can also be found in S 1717, box 2. The Florida Folklife Council (FFC) was created by legislation in 1979 (79-322, SB 1203) within the Department of State to advise the Secretary of State on issues relating to folk arts and folk life as well as stimulate and encourage statewide public interest and participation in folk arts and folklore, sponsor conferences and workshops throughout the state, and make recommendations for the development of a statewide Florida Folk Arts program. The Florida Folklife Council consists of seven members appointed by the Secretary of State for four-year terms.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
a_s1576_14_c84-0931984 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundTeacher
Conferences and seminars series
Seminars
Teaching of folklore
Education
Teachers
Folklife
Jack tales
Marchen
Storytelling
Tales
Children
Family history
Writing
Naming practices
Jokes
Beliefs and cultures
Educators
Folklorists
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a_s1576_12_c84-021History of Florida Ranching Workshop at the 1984 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area/Old Marble Stage)SoundRanchers
Cowboys
Festivals
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Special events
Workshops (Adult education)
Occupational groups
Occupational folklore
Ranching
Florida history
Cattle
Forums (Discussion and debate)
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a_s1576_24_c89-031Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundFolklorists
Conferences and seminars series
Teaching of folklore
Workshops (Adult education)
Forums (Discussion and debate)
Educators
Performing arts
Latinos
Emigration and immigration
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a_s1576_21_c86-206Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 10 June 1986SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_25_c88-027Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 February 1988SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_15_c84-106Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 19 September 1984SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_21_c86-152Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 20 September 1985SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_15_c84-122Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 22 February 1985SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_24_c88-021Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 23 November 1987SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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a_s1576_23_c87-010Meeting of the Florida Folklife Council, 24 February 1987SoundPublic officer
Meetings
Folklife
Folklore
Arts administrators
Oral communication
Public officers
Public officials
Folklorists
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