Voices Journal Volume 2016: 1-2
Edited by Todd DeGarmo
Articles In This Volume
A profile of Ray Tehanetorens Fadden, a Mohawk elder and teacher who created the Six Nations Iroquois Museum at Onchiota, NY.
Personal experiences of the Hungarian Revolution, embroidery, and her life in America.
A description of Camp Woodland, and a song by Mickey VanDow.
An essay about critical thinking.
Introduction to the documentary, "In Search of Finah Misa Kule" and Kewulay Kamara's seasrch of an ancient epic.
A description of the efforts of one family's efforts to restore their bay house after Superstorm Sandy.
Beliefs about ghosts and the movement of furniture
A Description of New York Heritage, an online resource providing access to digitized primary sources, including folklore materials.
Oral history interviews with Chinese and Chinese Americans in Saratoga Springs expand Saratoga Springs' local history documentation.
The changing seasons in New York State
Professor Libby Tucker memorializes her former colleague and mentor, the late Wilhelm (Bill) Nicolaisen.
From the viewpoint of Sesame Flyers International, a nonportit organization providing social and cultural programs for Brooklyn's Flatbush and Canarsie residents, Caribbean festival events are year-round. Martinez profiles this community organization and its role maintaining tradition.
The Dream of America / El Sueño de América: Separation & Sacrifice in the Lives of North Country Latino Immigrants: Featuring the Photography and Text of Guest Curator, Lisa Catalfamo-Flores.
A photo essay profiling Mexican farm laborers on North Country dairy farms, shining a light on workers, the work they do, and the impact on their families and on the local community.
Place Names in New York State
A profile of folk musician, Dan Berggren