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    • History of Religious Studies at Virginia Tech - Website Archive 

      Miller, Harlan B.; Long, Edward L.; Smyth, Ellison A.; Grover, Norman L.; Kennedy, Charles A.; Malbon, Elizabeth Struthers (Virginia Tech, 2014-06-09)
      This document contains 8 archived webpages from the Virginia Tech Department of Religion and Culture's website, which was available online from June 2014 to March 2016. The archived webpages include the following: (1) ...
    • Imagining Home, Nation, World: Appalachia on the Mall 

      Satterwhite, Emily M. (Journal of American Folklore, 2008)
      This article reads the Smithsonian's annual folklife festival as a cultural product buffeted by changing material conditions and funding constraints as the United States transitioned from a Fordist industrial economy to a ...
    • In Defense of Literary Dialect: A Response to Dennis R. Preston 

      Fine, Emily C. (Journal of American Folklore, 1983)
      If folklorists were to accept Dennis R. Preston's (1982) charges against their attempts to record dialect in print, they might feel embarrassed that their textmaking of the 1970s was so bad. Few folklorists would like to ...
    • Review: Don't Go Up Kettle Creek: Verbal Legacy of the Upper Cumberland 

      Speer, Jean H. (Journal of American Folklore, 1984)
      In Don't Go Up Kettle Creek, Montell reconstructs the history of the Upper Cumberland River region "as it is perceived from the vernacular point of view, relying on personal reminiscences, oral traditions, balladry and ...
    • Review: Traditional American Indian Literatures: Texts and Interpretations 

      Fine, Emily C. (Journal of American Folklore, 1983)
      This book is a welcome addition to studies of American Indian folklore and ethnopoetics. Karl Kroeber has compiled five essays by himself, Jarold Ramsey, Dennis Tedlock, Barre Toelken and Tacheeni Scott, and Dell Hymes to ...