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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Hufford "What I know, I know, but what you know, you only believe" 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : For me, it was Diane Goldstein's Once Upon a Virus, which I read in 's course on Medicine. 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : A couple of weeks behind, but Through the Schoolhouse Door, Folklife and Museums, and Ordinary Life… https://t.co/XqFEtlubOB 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Early on, Seeing reoccurring patterns and symbols all around myself. I felt alone until I read "Women W… https://t.co/AMQtpxULp4 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Dorst's "Neck Riddle as a Dialogue of Genres" + Bauman, All the pigeon holes leak = genre as creative resource 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : That you are rockin' it old skool. Big props. https://t.co/Ub8pOnYBZt 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Christopher Betts' and Joyce Crick's Oxford World's Classics translations of Perrault and Grimm respect… https://t.co/1aJpAWZINz 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Michael J Bell's "The World from Brown's Lounge": talk as play, life as performative. 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Vlach's Folklore Theory, Spring 09: Kniffin "Folk Housing: Key to Diffusion", Glassie "Pattern in Mat. Folk Cult. o… https://t.co/FOABJL6o85 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : 'Vasilisa the Beautiful'. Something in the strength and cunning of the heroine just did it for me.… https://t.co/xmliom0d0s 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Regina Bendix' In Search of Authenticity gave me language for what fascinated and repelled me in folklo… https://t.co/fb8Ttghd4C 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Also, Diane Goldstein's belief class: at least, that's when she said I got it. (Weirdly, not a "that's what she said" opening.) 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : reading bauman and briggs' Voices of Modrrnity, next to Foley's Immanent Art and Bendix on heritage was . 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Chandra Mohanty’s “Under Western Eyes” changed me. https://t.co/fnxhzEwRQd 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Thanks Ian Brodie for the idea: readings that changed you. Not how/why you became a folklorist, but . 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Sean Champ @spchamp Follow Born-Digital Archiv. Ont. https://t.co/vnBs43JjfL shoutouts 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Don't forget! Submissions are now being accepted for the Elli Köngäs-Maranda Professional Prize - click the link... https://t.co/ZpwEscZgWL 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : For this week's , how about the readings that changed you? Not how or why you became a folklorist, but 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Don't forget! Submissions for the Elli Köngäs-Maranda Professional Prize, awarded by the AFS Women's Section,... https://t.co/xfJaHoAgAe 2 years 1 month ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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