Voices Journal Volume 2011: 3-4
Edited by Todd DeGarmo
Articles In This Volume
This is a report from a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation grant funded project that was a collaboration between textile artists and folklorists in New York and Pennsylvania.
A biographical sketch by a Ukrainian born painter, composer, and lutenist discussing cultural memory.
Libby Tucker's "Good Spirits" column addresses ghostlore of Binghamton University's basements.
Remembrances of an Italian American childhood
The author explores how Italian American identity is expessed through religious belief, language, and memory.
A remembrance about Cory Weyant, Long Island Bayman/fisherman who was a frequent speaker to school groups. A "View From the Waterfront" column of Nancy Solomon
An essay about the founding of Women of Color in the Arts, by Kaisha Johnson.
A self-reflective essay on the use of folk art and performance to heal after conflict.
A study of the activities of Jewish Americans and the patronage of Chinese food establishments at Christmastime.
Ruminations on a baseball pin, by columnist John Thorn who writes about baseball.
A look at a few songs relating to 19th century New York City in this column about songs.
An essay on a family's tradition of poetry.
A series of remembrances about Folklorist, Jean Crandall (1964-2011)
A short essay about Charles Ulmer of UK-Halsey-Sailmakers on City Island, NY.
A report on the New York Folklore Society's 2011 Annual Conference held at Binghamton University.
An essay on the rural post office, the "Upstate" Column
A biographical essay on 2011 NEA National Heritage Award Winner musician, Yuri Yunakov