Voices Journal Volume 2011: 3-4
Edited by Todd DeGarmo
Articles In This Volume
A Report from an Embroiderers' Gathering
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.
Dialogues with Time
A biographical sketch by a Ukrainian born painter, composer, and lutenist discussing cultural memory.
Down to the Depths: Good Spirits Column
Libby Tucker's "Good Spirits" column addresses ghostlore of Binghamton University's basements.
Essere Vecchi & Brutto
Remembrances of an Italian American childhood
Ethnicity, Nostalgia, Affirmation: The Rhetoric of Italian American Identity
The author explores how Italian American identity is expessed through religious belief, language, and memory.
Fishing partners: Remembering Cory Weyant
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
Follow Spot: Growing the Ranks
An essay about the founding of Women of Color in the Arts, by Kaisha Johnson.
From the Killing Fields; Art and Healing in Asian America
A self-reflective essay on the use of folk art and performance to heal after conflict.
Jewish Activities on Christmas: An Online Case Study
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.
New York and the Sea
A look at a few songs relating to 19th century New York City in this column about songs.
Poetry on the Porch: Downstate Column
An essay on a family's tradition of poetry.
Remembering Jean (1964-2011): Reflections by "Las Mujeres" (The Folklore Girls)
A series of remembrances about Folklorist, Jean Crandall (1964-2011)
A short essay about Charles Ulmer of UK-Halsey-Sailmakers on City Island, NY.
The New York Folklore Society Features "Legends and tales" at its 2011 Annual Conference
A report on the New York Folklore Society's 2011 Annual Conference held at Binghamton University.
Why I Love the PO!: Upstate Column
An essay on the rural post office, the "Upstate" Column
Yuri Yunakov: 2011 National Heritage Fellow
A biographical essay on 2011 NEA National Heritage Award Winner musician, Yuri Yunakov
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