Teachers Seminar on the use of folklife in the classroom

235589
Date
1983-07-18
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Twenty-seven color slides. A seminar to encourage and offer ideas to teachers for the use of folklore in the classroom. Held at the Stephen Foster Center.
Type
Still Image
Item ID
S83-2868 - S83-2894
Conferences and seminars

Meeting of the Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists: Final Reports

238266
Date
1981-12-13
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Much of the recording is difficult to hear - - often too soft. Discussion members discuss grant funding, self-criticism amongst folk life educators, coordinating college internships, funding proposals, money management funding, and other topics.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-75
Item ID
C83-76
Conferences and seminars

Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists, NEA Report

238263
Date
1981-12-12
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette. Recording begins with a child singing. The meeting itself deals with interacting with the National Endowment for the Arts. Discussion members talk about NEA budget cuts under the Reagan administration; a new head of the NEA administrator; and other issues related to the NEA.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-69
Conferences and seminars

Recording of the 1988 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

239136
Date
1988-07-11
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C88-1
Item ID
C88-2
Item ID
C88-3
Item ID
C88-4
Item ID
C88-5
Item ID
C88-6
Item ID
C88-7
Item ID
C88-8
Conferences and seminars

Singer Louise Sanders program at the 1983 seminar on folklife for teachers

238279
Date
1983-07-19
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two reel to reels. For more on this conference, see audio cassettes C83-73 thorugh C83-79 in box 14, S 1576; and slides S83-2868 - S83-2894 in V. 23 in S 1577.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T83-227
Item ID
T83-228
Conferences and seminars

Meeting of the Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists: Group #4-The Festival: Issues and Concerns of the Presenter

238265
Date
1983-12-11
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Much of the recording is difficult to hear - - often too soft. Discussion group members discuss integrating folk tales and other folk arts into school educational programs. They also talk about educational goals, funding, studies on how to present an accurate picture of folk life and history, and the evaluation of such educational programs.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-73
Item ID
C83-74
Conferences and seminars

Camilla Collins presentation at the Folk Culture in the South: Women's Contributions seminar

236224
Date
1989-07-23
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. This recording has a restriction set by Collins: no reporductions, quotations, or distributioon can be performed with her voice and information. Florida folklorist Collins discusses the occupational folklife and culture, including factories, textile mills, employee-boss relations, Xerox lore, weather and the work environment, and occupational language.
Type
Sound
Item ID
Tape 4
Item ID
Tape 5a
Item ID
Tape 3
Item ID
Tape 2b
Conferences and seminars

Meeting of Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists: Group #1- The Money Question

238261
Date
1983-12-11
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two audio cassettes. Marshall was a group leader. Members of the group discuss the dynamic nature of traditions; public and private fundraising; marketing educational materials; grant writing; the National Endowment for the Arts; lobbying; and other issues.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-63
Item ID
C83-64
Conferences and seminars

Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

239040
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One audio cassette. Louise Sanders tells various stories and sings songs, including: "The Blind Child", "My Father is a Drunkard", "The Orphan Child", "The Engineer's Child", "The Letter Edged in Black", "The Drinking House Over the Way", "On that Bright and Shining Shore". She also discusses riddles and songs for children. The second side of the tape contains a discussion between Peter Roller and Louise Sanders on "Black Sheep".
Type
Sound
Item ID
C87-22
Conferences and seminars

Meeting of the Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists.: Group #3: Public Folklife Programs and the Needs of the Folk

238264
Date
1983-12-11
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three audio cassettes. Dyen was the group leader. Discussion group members talk about various churches' interest in preserving folk cultures; differences in aesthetic values; problems in funding folk study projects; using folklife collection as a way to make marginalized groups feel a sense of cultural pride; political issues involved in social and cultural local folk concepts, especially in the rural South.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-70
Item ID
C83-71
Item ID
C83-72
Conferences and seminars

Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

238889
Date
1986-05-14
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-42
Item ID
C86-43
Item ID
C86-44
Item ID
C86-45
Item ID
C86-46
Conferences and seminars

Meeting of Southeastern Regional Conference for Public Sector Folklorists: Group #2: Effects of Public Folklife Programming

238262
Date
1981-12-11
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Four audio cassettes. Bulger and Willet were group leaders. Some parts of the recording are difficult to hear- the recording is too soft. Group members discuss folklorists' responsibilities in terms of their treatment towards folk artists and craftspeople; folk informants' goals in their interaction with folklorists; the analysis of folk material; public presentation of folk culture; apprenticeship programs; advancing professionally in state government; religious values; and other related topics.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C83-65
Item ID
C83-66
Item ID
C83-67
Item ID
C83-68
Conferences and seminars

1984 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

238511
Date
1984-07-23
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-93
Item ID
C84-94
Item ID
C84-95
Item ID
C84-96
Item ID
C84-97
Item ID
C84-98
Item ID
C84-99
Item ID
C84-100
Item ID
C84-101
Conferences and seminars

Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

238856
Date
1985-07-15
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C85-25
Item ID
C85-26
Item ID
C85-27
Item ID
C85-28
Item ID
C85-29
Item ID
C85-30
Item ID
C85-31
Item ID
C85-32
Item ID
C85-33
Item ID
C85-34
Conferences and seminars

Recordings of the 1987 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

240466
Date
07/13/1987 - 07/14/1987
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Type
Sound
Item ID
Tapes 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
http://fpc.dos.state.fl.us/memory/collections/folklife/folklife

Suwannee Soiree at the Florida Folk Arts Conference

239183
Date
1978-01-14
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Three reel to reel recordings. A concert and dance hosted by the Florida Folklife Program at the American Legion Center in Lake City as part of the Florida Folk Arts Conference that included folklorists and historians from the Library of Congress (LOC), Smithsonian Institute (SI), University of Florida, as well as throughout Florida and the South. Featured famed Appalachian dulcimer player Ritchie, the string band Bucksnort Barndance Band performing square dance tunes, flutist (and scholar) Olsen, and fiddler (and folklorist) Rinzler. Recordings of the rest of conference can be found on T78-301 through T78-310 and T78-314.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T78-311
Item ID
T78-312
Item ID
T78-313
http://fpc.dos.state.fl.us/memory/collections/folklife/folklife

The McLain Family performing at the Florida Folk Arts Conference

239182
Date
1978-01-15
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
One reel to reel recording. Hosted by the Florida Folklife Program at the Stephen Foster Center (SFC), the McClains played as part of the Florida Folk Arts Conference that included folklorists and historians from the Library of Congress (LOC), Smithsonian Institute (SI), University of Florida, as well as throughout Florida and the South. Boltin emceed the concert. The band consisted of: Raymond K. (father), Raymond W. (son), Alice (daughter), and Ruth McClain (daughter), and Al White (son-in-law). Recordings of the rest of conference can be found on T78-301 through T78-309; and T78-311 through T78-314.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T78-310
Conferences and seminars

Seminar on folklife for teachers

238503
Date
1983-07-18
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C84-73
Item ID
C84-74
Item ID
C84-75
Item ID
C84-76
Item ID
C84-77
Item ID
C84-78
Item ID
C84-79
Conferences and seminars

Jean Ritchie concert at the Florida Folk Arts Conference

239184
Date
1978-01-16
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Two reel to reel recordings. The first part of the concert is on T78-314, while the second part is on side 2 of T78-313. A concert by famed Appalachian dulcimer player Ritchie that was hosted by the Florida Folklife Program at the Stephen Foster Center as part of the Florida Folk Arts Conference that included folklorists and historians from the Library of Congress (LOC), Smithsonian Institute (SI), University of Florida, as well as throughout Florida and the South. Florida Folk festival director Boltin emceed the concert, and spoke briefly about Stephen Foster. Recordings of the rest of conference can be found on T78-301 through T78-312. Ritchie was born in Viper, Kentucky to a family that preserved and sang many old time (mountain) songs -- many dating back to England and Scotland -- numbering by Ritchie's count to well over 300. Raised within the Appalachian-based musical tradition, Ritchie graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1946, after which she moved to New York City as a social worker. While there, she became involved in the emerging folk revival scene, performing the old family songs on her dulcimer and autoharp. She recorded for the newly-created Elektra Records, starting in 1952. By the 1960s, she was a well-respected and sought after performer and authority of Appalachian music. For other Ritchie recordings, see reels T77-262 and T79-1.
Type
Sound
Item ID
T78-313
Item ID
T78-314
http://fpc.dos.state.fl.us/memory/collections/folklife/folklife

Recordings of the Basement to Attic Conference

238887
Date
1986-02-07
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
22 audio cassettes. (Tapes C86-22 through C86-34 are found in box 18.) A conference co-sponsored by the Florida Folklife Program and the Jacksonville Museum of Science and History that dealt with collecting and researching folklife and folklore. The recordings cover the various sessions, workshops, and keynote speakers that covered all aspects of folklife research. Speakers and topics included; What is folklore (Yerkovich/Loomis/Waterman); Reasons for collecting (Kennedy); Folklore (Bulger); archaeology (FSU professor Marrinnan); oral history (Waterman); ethnomusicology (Olsen); cultural geography (Lamme); Ethics in collecting (Kennedy/Foreman/Waterman/Olsen/Bulger); WPA collecting (Kennedy); education and folklore in schools (Nusz); Zora Neale Hurston (Reaver); Keynote speech on folklife collecting (Ives of Maine); technological issues (Walker/Young); and videotaping folklife (Larsen). In addition,. Marie Buggs, Judge Corbin, and Thelma sing and tell stories. For more information on topics, detailed tape indexes, see the index sheets located in S 1579, box 1, folder: "C86-1 through C86-98."
Type
Sound
Item ID
C86-16
Item ID
C86-17
Item ID
C86-13
Item ID
C86-14
Item ID
C86-15
Item ID
C86-18
Item ID
C86-19
Item ID
C86-20
Item ID
C86-21
Item ID
C86-22
Item ID
C86-23
Item ID
C86-24
Item ID
C86-25
Item ID
C86-26
Item ID
C86-27
Item ID
C86-28
Item ID
C86-29
Item ID
C86-30
Item ID
C86-31
Item ID
C86-32
Item ID
C86-33
Item ID
C86-34
on folklife collecting (Ives

Recordings of the Florida Folk Arts Conference

239181
Date
1978-01-14
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
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.<br />
Type
Sound
Item ID
T78-301
Item ID
T78-302
Item ID
T78-303
Item ID
T78-304
Item ID
T78-305
Item ID
T78-306
Item ID
T78-307
Item ID
T78-308
Item ID
T78-309
-307: Session on Collecting folklife

Louise Sanders presentation at the 1986 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

239148
Date
1989-07-10
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
Nine audio cassettes. The theme this year was &quot;Folklife and Immigration.&quot; 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; &quot;built environment&quot;; 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 piñata. 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.
Type
Sound
Item ID
C89-31
Item ID
C89-32
Item ID
C89-33
Item ID
C89-34
Item ID
C89-35
Item ID
C89-36
Item ID
C89-37
Item ID
C89-38
Item ID
C89-39
Conferences and seminars

Recording of the In the Nick of Time Conference on Florida Folklife and the WPA

239145
Date
1989-02-04
Collection
Florida Folklife Collection
Description
"Eleven audio cassettes. Recording of a conference regarding the value of the WPA (and the Florida Writer's Project) to Florida Folklife. The fieldwork conducted by the WPA from 1935 through 1943 can be found at the Library of Congress, as well as duplicates in S 1576. (Use this database to locate them.) C89-1: Stetson Kennedy discusses the WPA in Florida; "apartheid" [segregation] in Florida; Florida at the time of the Depression; his introduction to folklore; various stories on various places in Florida; race and gender in the WPA in Florida. (Dale Olson features as emcee throughout series) C89-2: Stetson Kennedy continues his talk with a discussion of methodology, Zora Neale Hurston, and how the NEH and NEA have a different formula than the WPA. Alan Jabbour plays music and discusses his background as a native Floridian from Miami. Sources for Florida folk materials are discussed and music is played ("The Sloop John B" is specifically named). C89-3: Alan Jabbour continues discussing songs of various ethnic origins, such as Slovakian, Minorcan, and Greek. Ann Banks discusses her background as a Florida native and tells stories. She also discusses re-issued stories from the FWP, such as Benjamin Botkin and his emphasis on literary realism; WPA writers as pioneers. C89-4: Anne Banks continues with stories. Alan Lomax discusses the background of what had been said previously; the "century of the common man"; various people involved with the WPA including FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt; archives and records; Woody Guthrie and his song, "Going Where the Climate Suits My Clothes"; WPA writers and John Lomax's involvement in beginning of the Slave Narrative Collection; difficulties and risks in gathering folklore; importance of folklore to the public sector. C89-5: Alan Lomax continues discussing fieldwork with African Americans; Zora Neale Hurston (he also performs one of the songs she collected); Stetson Kennedy and his work with the program; the dangers of fieldwork; importance of oldest documents; living in the black community; African instruments; songs he collected (particularly blues). C89-6: Gary Mormino speaks on aspects of the WPA relating to African Americans. He specifically discusses Stetson Kennedy; the Ex-Slave Club of Miami; WPA bill of 1935; Florida's part in the project; African American writing unit; Sterling Brown; slave narratives collected between 1936 and 1938 and Florida's slave narratives; non-published interviews; poor whites; faith in the African American church; social fabric of plantation-community life; learning to read; retaining African customs; African American community life in interviews; differences between Georgia and Alabama as seen in narratives and American history. C89-7: Ron Foreman continues with the discussion on African Americans and the WPA, focusing on the role of the African American writers unit in Florida; emerging Florida materials; Clara White Mission; the three field workers studying African Americans in Florida in 1937; Zora Neale Hurston's importance to the project. Barbara Speisman continues the discussion with references to her own background and stories about Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. C89-8: Barbara Speisman continues with a comparison of Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. David Kaufelt discusses the WPA Guide as a resource for writers and its different contents. He focuses on the Florida historical novel; the tour section; African Americans in the Guide; "The Golden Wedding"; winter season; sports and recreation; the Guide as providing a skeleton of Florida history; failings of the Guide including economic and racist fears; anti-Semitism and the lack of reference to Jews in the Guide; the mechanics of putting together the Guide; the Guide as a "very good resource for Florida." C89-9: Peggy Bulger discusses the establishment of the FWP; the search for useable past and bicentennial celebration; American Folklife Preservation Act; establishment of the Florida Folklife Programs and the FWP. Ann Banks discusses ethnic hatred and strength; history of and comparison between the Florida Folklife Program and the FWP; field materials of the Florida Folklife Program; state pride through folklife material; works of the Florida Folklife Program; new ideas of the FWP; New Deal's policy; similarities of work today; cultural conservation and folklife work; products that meet needs of folk culture and government sponsored agency; FWP materials; comparison of FWP and Florida Folklife Program benefits; problems of the New Deal folklorists and those of today. C89-10: Ormond Loomis reads excerpts from the collection entitled "Cracker"; responds to the condition of materials; collection of the WPA at the Florida Folklife Program. A question and answer session brings comments on various subjects from Alan Lomax, Ann Banks, Peggy Bulger, Cheryl Cannon, and Ormond Loomis. Topics include exploitation by the middle class and the spirit of natural folklore; feeding back into the communities; trends; the NEA; the State of Florida and folklore; the good of White Springs. C89-11: Question and answer session continues with comments from Stetson Kennedy, Alan Lomax, Peggy Bulger, Catherine Sugrue, Dale Olson, Alan Jabbour and Ron Foreman. Topics include materials in curriculum; money as a concern for folklorists; the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs; preservation; schools."
Type
Sound
Item ID
C89-1
Item ID
C89-2
Item ID
C89-3
Item ID
C89-4
Item ID
C89-5
Item ID
C89-6
Item ID
C89-7
Item ID
C89-8
Item ID
C89-9
Item ID
C89-10
Item ID
C89-11
Conferences and seminars

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