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Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1986

ISBN 0-253-32706-7
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Contents // Preface—Richard M. Dorson Introduction—W. Edson Richmond // PART I. TOPICS OF RESEARCH // American Experiences // Colonizing a New Society—William D. Piersen Finding the Way Home: The Interpretation of American Folklore—Elaine Jahner The Unfulfilled Promise of North American Indian Folklore— George Lankford Afro-American Folk Music—Ronald R. Smith The Westward Movement—Thomas D. Clark Studying Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore— // Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett The Legacy of Early Afro-American Folklore Scholarship—Adrienne Lanier Seward // American Cultural Myths // The Noble and Ignoble Savage— Wilcomb E. Washburn // Rags to Riches—Robert H. Walker // Fables of Innocence—David W. Marcell // The Myth of the American Adam—Giles Gunn // American Settings // In the Family Tradition—Amy ]. Kotkin and Steven J. Zeillin A Family’s Repertoire—Leonard Roberts // The Folklore of Students—Ronald L. Baker 106 // Office Folklore—Alan Dundes 115 // Factory Folklore—Bruce E. Nickerson 121 // Occupational Folklore: The Outdoor Industries— // Roger Mitchell 128 // The Folk Church: Institution, Event, Performance— // William M. Clements 136 // The Black Folk Church— William H. Wiggins, Jr. 145 // Mormon Folklore—William A. Wilson 155 // Urban Folklore—Gerald Warshaver 162 // Suburban Folklore—Richard A. Reuss 172
"Hanging Out": Recreational Folklore in Everyday Life— // James P. Leary 178 // Regional Folkloristics—William E. Light foot 183 // The Southwest: A Regional Case Study—Marta Weigle 194 // Regional Folk Speech and Sayings—Jan Harold Brunvand 201 The Study of Regional Songs and Ballads—Edward I). Ives 208 Folklore, Social Conflict, and the United States-Mexico // Border—Jos’e E. Limón 216 // Folklore of the Canadian-American Border— // Robert B. Klymasz 227 // Americanization of Folklore in U.S. Possessions and Territories—Roger Mitchell 233 // American Entertainments 237 // Festival in America—Beverly J. Stoellje 239 // Folklore on the American Stage—Robert C. Toll 247 // American Sports and Folklore—Elizabeth Peterson 257 // American Forms and Performers 265 // Personal Experience Stories—Sandra K. D. Stahl 268 // Conversational Genres—Sally Yerkovich 277 // Folk Singers and Musicians—David Evans 282 // Folktale Performers—Richard M. Dorson 287 // Folk Craftsmen—John Michael Plach 301 // Folk Healers—David J. Hufford 306 // Children’s Folklore—John H. McDowell 314 // PART II. INTERPRETATION OF RESEARCH 323 // A Historical Theory for American Folklore— // Richard M. Dorson 326 // How to Interpret American Folklore Historically— // Lawrence W. Levine 338 // Contents vii // Interpreting Folklore Ethnographically and Sociologically—Roger D. Abrahams 345 // Interpreting Folklore Ideologically—Archie Green 351 //
PART III. METHODS OF RESEARCH 359 // The Field Study of Folklore in Context—Richard Bauman 362 Collecting Musical Folklore and Folksong—D. K. Wilgus 369 Folkloristic Study of the American Artifact: Objects and Objectives—Henry Glassie 376 // Sound Recording and Still Photography in the Field— // Carl Fleischhauer 384 // Using a Folklore Archive—Janet Langlois and Philip LaRonge 391 // Using Video in the Field—Richard Blaustein 397 // Folklore Research and Museums—Willard B. Moore 402 // Studying American Folklore in Printed Sources— // Francis A. de Caro 411 // Studying Folklore and American Literature— // Sandra K. D. Stahl 422 // Sound Recordings, Use and Challenge—Archie Green 434 // Studying American Folkloric Films—Sharon R. Sherman 441 Bibliographies and Indexes in American Folklore Research— Angela J. Maniak 447 // Folklorists at Work: A Portfolio from the American Folklife Center—Carl Fleischhauer 452 // PART IV. PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH 459 // Teaching Folklore to Graduate Students: The Introductory // Proseminar—Richard M. Dorson 463 // Teaching Folklore in American Colleges and Universities— Ronald L. Baker 470 // The Publication of Research—Richard M. Dorson 478 // Indexing a Folklore Collection: Balance, Flexibility, and // the Empathizing Indexer—Michael Edward Bell 486 // Developing a Folklore Archive—Joseph C. Hickerson 493 // Organizing a Folklore Museum—Ormond H. Loomis 499 // Filming the Folk—George Carey 507 // Video in the Classroom and Community
Outreach Projects— Richard Blaustein 513 // Developing a State Folklife Program—Charles Camp 518 // Folk Is a Four-Letter Word: Dealing with Traditional * * * * in Fieldwork, Analysis, and Presentation—Rayna Green 525 Ethics and the Folklorist—Wm. Hugh Jansen 533 // Bibliography // Contributors // Index

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