Voices Journal Volume 2019: 1-2
Edited by Todd DeGarmo
Articles In This Volume
Joseph Alfred Elie Joubert is an important teacher of the Abenaki language who has contributed to the preservation of the language.
"Community Anchors" are described as cultural landmarks that have an effect on the city's economy. The authors discuss Economy Candy, a longstanding business on the Lower East Side of New York, and its role as a community anchor.
Students in Freeport, New York examine their waterfront community in 2015-16 after Superstorm Sandy had affected local maritime traditions.
The author reflects on Doo Wop as a folk musical form, as he experienced it first hand as a child from the streets in his neighborhood of New York.
The author offers an overview of urban renewal in the context of White Plains. He illuminates an eclectic past which requires the recognition of voices that were previously absent from the historical record in order to create a richer, more instructive set of materials for people to consult.
The Fulton Fish Market in New York, as seen through the eyes of painter, Naima Rauam.
The study of son jarocho in New York is an exploration of a musical culture based on the dynamics of mobility and transnationalism.
The author chronicles her experiences shooting and producing a series of mini-documentaries about life and work along the Battenkill Creek in Washington County, NY.
A tribute to renown folk singer, Pete Seeger, and the author's interactions with him over several years.
The second of a three-part series about family connections with folk art - in this case, poetry and the poetry of his grandmother.