24 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Subject is exactly "Educators"
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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Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1986-05-14
Description
Five audio cassettes. Recordings of a seminar regarding teaching folklore in the class room (in the previous years, the seminars were called Folklife in the Classroom Teachers Seminar.) The theme dealt with field research and publishing. The keynote speaker was George Reynolds, author/editor of the Foxfire books. He spoke, along with some of his students, on research, interviewing, editing, and publishing as an educational tool.
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Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1985-07-15
Description
Ten audio cassettes. Recordings of a seminar regarding teaching folklore in the class room (in the previous years, the seminars were called Folklife in the Classroom Teachers Seminar.) The theme of the two-day seminar was storytelling. Several folklorists gave talks on various aspects of storytelling folklore: David Taylor (storytelling); Pat Waterman (folklife research on stories); Susan Sink (legends and tales); Ethel Glover (storytelling methods); and Thelma Boltin (examples of stories). Storyteller Betty Mae Jumper's presentation can be found on T85-100 through T85-103.
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Recording of the 1988 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Recording of the 1988 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1988-07-11
Description
Eight audio cassettes. Sylvia Grider (professor of folklife at Texas A&M) and Nancy Nusz gives presentations on children and folklife. Topics include: childhood games, storytelling, adult versus children culture; psychological development of children; collecting children folklife; legends; urban legends; paper folding; and riddles.
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Recordings of the 1987 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Recordings of the 1987 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1987-07-13
Description
Ten audio cassettes. (The final tape appears to be blank.) The theme for this year was Seminole Indian folklore. The main speaker was Dr. Rayna Green, director of the American Indian Program with the Smithsonian Institute. A graduate from the Indian university folklife program, she researched and wrote on Native American culture and images. She also taught at several universities, and published several books. Other speakers included traditional healer Jeanette Cypress and Seminole Tribe of Florida president James Billie.
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Recordings of the Florida Folk Arts Conference

Recordings of the Florida Folk Arts Conference

Date
1978-01-14
Description
Nine reel to reel recordings. Hosted by the Florida Folklife Program at the Stephen Foster Center (SFC), the conference included folklorists and historians from the Library of Congress (LOC), Smithsonian Institute (SI), University of Florida, as well as throughout Florida and the South. T78-301: John Roberts, director of the Stephen Foster Center makes opening remarks, along with Norman and Bulger. Session on the History of Florida Folklife by Bulger, Dr. Alton Morris, Dr. Ralph Boggs, and Florida Folk Festival director Thelma Boltin. T78-302: Boltin presentation continued. Plus answer and questions of the session. Session on Current Florida Folklife Program with Dr. Proctor talking on the Oral History Program at the University of Florida. T78-303: Questions for Proctor. Session continues with Dale Olsen talking about Florida ethnomusicology studies, and Bulger on the Florida Folklife Program. T78-304: Bulger continues. Session on the National and Regional centers of folklife with Georganne Fletcher from the Southern Federation of State Arts Agencies; Jabbour from the American Folklife Center; Blackman from Agrirama; and Yerkovich from the NEA. T78-305: Yerkovich continues. Session of Folklore and the Media with Charles Brown of the Folk Arts Media Project of the Charleston Communication Center; and George Reynolds, author of Foxfire. T78-306: Reynolds continues. Bill Ferris speaks on the Center of Southern Folklore. Shows film entitled Four Women Artists. T78-307: Session on Collecting folklife with Ralph Rinzler on the American Folklife Festival; and R. Thomas King on the Florida State Museum. T78-308: King continues. Theodore Grame on the Study Center for American Musicl Pluralism. T78-309: Session on presenting folklife with Pat Waterman on the Applied Anthropology Program at USF; Charles Hall on Agrirama; and Thomson on the Southern Folklore Quarterly. Final session on recommendations, led by Flemming and Bulger. Three concerts were presented in connection with the conference: The McClain Family on 15 January at the Stephen Foster Center (see T78-310); and Jean Ritchie, Alan Jabour, and the Bucksnort Barndance Band at the Lake City American Legion Hall on 14 January (see T78-311 through T78-313); and Jean Ritchie at the Stephen Foster Center on 16 January 1978 (T78-313 and T78-314.) For images from the conference, see S 1577, box 16, folder 33. For a film of the conference, see S 1615, video V-192.
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Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)

Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)

Date
2001-05-26
Description
One audio cassette tape. Bruce Crouse continues from C01-76 discussing boat making especially design and how they are made. Les Gold of NASA Aerospace Education discusses aerospace education and NASA history; continued on C01-78.
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Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 3)

Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 3)

Date
2001-05-26
Description
One audio cassette tape. Les Gold of NASA continues from C01-77 discussing NASA history and projects including engine developments, the Space Shuttle project, manatee preservation, the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge, medicines produced in space and other topics. Troy Demps, Frank Spaulding and Eddie Banks discuss African-American hymn-lining and how it was originally learned from slave masters.
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Seminar on folklife for teachers

Seminar on folklife for teachers

Date
1983-07-18
Description
Seven audio cassettes. C84-73: Nancy Nusz (facilitator); Ormond Loomis, Peggy Bulger, and Barbara Beauchamp discuss Florida Folklife history; history of the Florida Folklife Festival; and answer questions. C84-74: Nancy Nusz (facilitator); Barbara Beauchamp and Peggy Bulger discuss the history of the Florida Folk Festival; history of Florida Folklife; Stephen Foster Music Days; and answer questions. C84-75: Peggy Bulger, Nancy Nusz, and Betty [last name?] answer questions and discuss Dwight Devane's book; Tom Smith; Folk Arts in Education; Folklife catalog. C84-76: Nancy Nusz and teachers discuss tobacco; tobacco and modern technology; black-eyed peas; plays clips of field tapes from Nancy Nusz's work in Madison County (singing, quilters, furniture maker, fiddle player, agriculture, cane syrup, Louise Sanders). C84-77: Self-introduction of all the participants in the seminar (specific names are listed on the index sheet, but I omitted them here); folklorists present included Nancy Nusz and Merri Belland. At the end, Merri Belland talks about how to identify a Folk Artist. C84-78: Merri Belland and teachers discuss how to identify folk artists; showing of baskets; question and answer; Pharoah; Nancy Nusz gives an explanation of folklore; Merri talks about Pharoah; Nancy talks about Guy Labree; question and answer between teachers and Merri and Nancy; Merri discusses folk aesthetic; examples of folk artists; Nancy talks about how to bring folk artists into the classroom; teacher asks about Thelma Boltin; nancy talks about money; talk; travel; honorarium; media. C84-79: Nancy Nusz and teachers discuss contracts; collections/fieldwork; alligator wrestling; research/collection; how to do interviews; Merri Belland discusses foodways.
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Seminole Video Project: School at Big Cypress

Seminole Video Project: School at Big Cypress

Date
1984-03
Description
One video cassette (3/4" tape). Scenes of Big Cypress School, as well as Alligator Alley, Immokalee Reservation and raw footage of surrounding nature and wildlife. The Seminole Video Project was a joint project between the Florida Folklife Program and WFSU-TV. Completed in Spring 1984 and financed by a Florida Endowment for the Humanities grant with the support of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the project culminated in a thirty-minute documentary entitled "Four Corners of the Earth" which profiled Ethel Santiago, a Seminole craftswoman and tribal representative. The program addressed such issues as cultural retention within contemporary society; the role of women in Seminole society; traditional Seminole foods, arts, and medicine; and the changing emphasis on clan affiliations. The project covered Seminoles on the Big Cypress and Hollywood Reservations and at Immokalee, Florida. Raw video footage, along with the finished product, can be found in S 1615, V84-16 through V-84-24. Sound recordings of the interviews can be found in S 1576, T84-111 - T84-133 and C84-108 - C84-115. Images can be found in S 1577, volume 23.
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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_18_c86-042Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundEducators
Teacher
Conferences and seminars series
Seminars
Workshops (Adult education)
Teaching of folklore
Interviewing
Teachers
Fieldwork (educational method)
Education
Folklife
Publishers and publishing
Oral history
Oral tradition
Editing
Writing
Folklorists
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a_s1576_17_c85-025Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundWorkshops (Adult education)
Storytelling
Teaching of folklore
Conferences and seminars series
Tales
Legends
Folklife
Personal experience narratives
Narratives
Teachers
Educators
Fieldwork (educational method)
Folklorists
Storytellers
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a_s1576_24_c88-001Recording of the 1988 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundTeacher
Conferences and seminars series
Seminars
Teaching of folklore
Education
Teachers
Folklife
Children
Collecting
Storytelling
Tales
Games
Riddles
Educators
Folklorists
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a_s1576_38_tape17Recordings of the 1987 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundConferences and seminars series
Seminars
Teaching of folklore
Education
Teachers
Folklife
Native Americans
Seminole Indians
Storytelling
Tales
Teacher
Educators
Folklorists
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a_s1576_t78-301Recordings of the Florida Folk Arts ConferenceSoundSpecial events
Academic disciplines
Folklife
Folklore
Meetings
Forums (Discussion and debate)
Historians
Teaching of folklore
Conferences and seminars series
Historian
Educators
Public officer
Arts administrators
Ethnomusicologists
Anthropologists
Authors
Folklorists
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a_s1576_87_c01-077Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)SoundFolk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Oral performance
Astronauts
Manned space flight
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Rockets (Aeronautics) Launching
Boatbuilding
Boats
Boatbuilders
Educators
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a_s1576_87_c01-078Saturday performances at the 2001 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Narrative Stage) (Tape 3)SoundBoatbuilders
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Oral performance
Astronauts
Manned space flight
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Rockets (Aeronautics) Launching
Gospel (Black)
Hymns
African Americans
A capella singing
Hymn lining
Educators
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a_s1576_14_c84-073Seminar on folklife for teachersSoundSeminars
Conferences and seminars series
Classrooms
Teaching of folklore
Teachers
Education
Oral education
Occupational training
Fieldwork (educational method)
Educators
Folklorists
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Seminole Video Project: School at Big CypressSeminole Video Project: School at Big CypressMoving ImageFieldwork
Indian reservations
Ethnicity, Seminole
Seminole Indians
Native Americans
Schools
Education
Educators
Nature
Flora
Fauna
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