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Finding Aids to Individual Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture

THE JOEL MARTIN HALPERN COLLECTION

AFC 1998/001

Prepared by Amanda Cawley, Alexander F. Sheriff, Nancy-Jean Seigel

Library of Congress, Washington DC
December 2002


Table of Contents

Collection Summary

Collection Concordance by Format

Administrative Information

Provenance

Processing History

Location of Materials

Restrictions

Preferred Citation

The Collectors:    Joel Martin Halpern and Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern

Key Subjects

Cultural/National Groups

Topics

Languages

Locations

Scope and Content Note

Collection Inventory and Description


Collection Summary

Call No.: AFC 1998/001      

Creator: Halpern, Joel Martin, 1929-; Kerewsky-Halpern, Barbara, 1931-

Title: The Joel Martin Halpern Collection

Dates: 1950-1990

Contents: 26 boxes containing manuscripts, photographic materials, sound recordings, and electronic media; (12 linear feet; 6,764 items)

Repository: Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Summary:   

The Joel Martin Halpern Collection consists of various types of materials, both published and unpublished, related to the Halpern's ethnographic fieldwork and documentation of folk cultures in Eastern Europe, as well as their work with South Slavs in Ontario, Canada (Series I) and Southeast Asia (Series II).  In addition, the collection includes Joel Martin Halpern's work in Alaska and Arctic Canada among the Inuit (Series III), miscellaneous manuscripts (Series IV), and additional moving images (Series V).

Collection Concordance by Format

Physical Description Location Numbers
Print Materials: Total items: 4,185 pages in 260 folders
Series I Boxes 1-11: folders 1-155
Series II Box 18: folders 177-183
Series III Box 21: folders 185-207
Series IV Boxes 23-25: folders 208-260
Sound Recordings: Total items: 45
Series I:
6 7-inch reels Box 12: SR003-SR006; SR018-SR019
9 5-inch reels Box 12: SR020-SR028
8 Audiocassettes, 4 C90, 4 C60 Box 12: SR002; SR030; SR041-SR045; SR047
Series II  
2 7-inch reels Box 18: SR007, SR048
11 5-inch reels Box 18: SR008-SR011
Box 19: SR012-SR017; SR029
1 Audiocassette fape 1 C60 Box 19: SR046
Series III  
8 Audiocassette tapes 8 C90 Box 22: SR033-SR040
Graphic Materials: Total Items 2,526
Series I  
148 Envelopes Box 13: Envelopes 1-131; 138-148
2 Folders Box 13: Folder 156 (photo captions)
182 Black-and-white photo prints Box 13: Folder 156
58 Color photographic prints and 54 negatives Box 14: Folders 160-163
1,997 photocopies of photographic prints

Box 13: Folders 157-158 (folder 158 is a complete set of photocopies; folder 157 has the same images but missing photocopies 1-13)
Box 14: Folder 159
Box 15: Folders 164-171
Box 20: Folder 184

1 Color slide Box 13
47 Original drawings Box 14: Folder 163
Mounted Color Plates, publications with color plates or black-and-white sketches Box 17: Folders 172-176
Moving Images: 8 VHS video cassettes, total 14 hours
Series I  
2 VHS-T120 and 1 VHS T60 (3 cassettes) Box 16: VT004, VT005, VT006
Series II  
1 VHS T120 Box 19: VT003
Series III  
1 VHS T120 Box 22: VT007
Series IV  
1 VHS T120 Box 25: VT008
Series V  
1 VHS T120EX, 1 VHS T120 (2 cassettes) Box 26: VT001; VT002

Administrative Information

Provenance

Since November 1997, Joel Martin Halpern has donated a substantial amount of materials related to his and his wife's ethnographic fieldwork to the American Folklife Center. Prior to arriving at the Library of Congress, a portion of this collection (33 audio recordings) was stored at The Amherst College Library. Upon Professor Halpern's request, these materials were deaccessioned in 1997, and he donated them to the American Folklife Center. Furthermore, 126 black-and-white photographs (see Box 13) were given to Joel Martin Halpern by the Ethnographic Museum in Sofia in exchange for anthropology textbooks.  Although AFC1998/001 is closed, Halpern will continue to donate materials that will become part of other collections.

Processing History

Processing of the collection and preparation of a collection guide commenced in the spring of 2000 and was closed  on July 31, 2001. Lydia Heretz, Erica Haskell, Theresa Sotto, and Amanda Cawley processed; Milisa Petronijevic and Predrag Pajic were consulted; Alexander F. Sheriff and Nancy-Jean Seigel finalized the guide.  The collection guide has undergone a number of revisions, including editing contributions made by Professor Halpern.

Location of Materials

Transferred to Other Divisions:  256 commercial recordings, as well as a Yugoslavian record label catalog and its supplement, were transferred to the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division at the Library of Congress.  Photocopies of three conference papers on Vietnamese themes, not authored by the Halperns, were added to the Folklife Reading Room's subject file. 558 published works, primarily on ethnographic themes relating to the Balkans, were transferred to the Acquisitions or the Selection Officer of the East European Division for addition to the general collection. Copies of the title pages of these volumes are on file in this collection. Consult a reference librarian in the Folklife Reading Room for specific information. 

Restrictions

Restrictions may apply concerning the use, duplication, or publication of items in this collection.  Consult a reference librarian in the Folklife Reading Room for specific information about this collection. See http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/folkrec.html for information about ordering audio reproductions.  Consult a reference librarian for information about photographic reproduction.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information:  The Joel Martin Halpern Collection (AFC1998/001), Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.

The Collectors

Joel Martin Halpern was born April 8, 1929, in New York City.   Halpern received a B.A. in History from the University of Michigan in 1950, and in 1956 earned his Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia University. He started his teaching career in 1955 as a lecturer in anthropology at Columbia; he then served as assistant professor of anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles, from 1958 to 1963, and as associate professor of anthropology at Brandeis University from 1963 to 1965.  From 1965 to 1967 Halpern was an associate at the Harvard University Russian Research Center. From 1967 until his retirement in 1992, he was first associate professor and then professor of anthropology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His ethnographic research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the State Department, the Canadian Government, the National Academy of Sciences, the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), and the National Endowment for the Humanities, as well as by the University of California at Los Angeles and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Throughout his career, Halpern has traveled widely and conducted extensive field research.  In the summer of 1950, he studied Eskimo settlements on the Seward Peninsula of Alaska.  In 1953-54 and during several other times throughout his career (1961-62, 1964, 1978, 1986), Halpern, and his wife traveled to and resided in various parts of the former Yugoslavia, where they studied Serbian village folklife.  In the mid-1950s, the Halperns also conducted fieldwork in Laos, while visiting Thailand and Vietnam.  At that time, Halpern was employed as a Field Service Officer with the Community Development Division of USOM (the American aid mission). He returned on research trips to Laos in 1959 and 1969. Other research trips took him to Sweden, the Soviet Union, Greece, Israel, India, Bulgaria, and Canada.  Although he conducted research in various global locations, the majority of the primary source materials in this collection was gathered in Yugoslavia, Laos, and Canada.

Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern was born in 1931.  She received her B.A. in geography-geology from Barnard College in 1953, her M.A. in linguistics, and her Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 1979. Initially, her career focused on socio-linguistics, though she later specialized in medical anthropology. During her career, Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern has served a research associate and adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts. She has traveled and lectured in Australia, India, Pakistan, and Hungary among other areas. In 1974, she conducted fieldwork among South Slavic Canadians in Ontario under the auspices of the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Her research was supported by the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Key Subjects 

(Note: Subject terms marked by an asterisk do not conform to LC Subject and Authority Headings.)

Cultural/National Groups

Southeast Asia    

Indochinese
Hmong  [also called Kammu*] 
Khmu'
Laotians
Vietnamese
Yao

Eastern European Region

Albanians
Bosnians
Bulgarians
Croats [also called Croatians*]
Macedonians
Serbs
Slovenes
Yugoslavs 

North America

Asian Americans
Eskimos
Inuit
Laotian Americans
Vietnamese Americans

Topics

Costume
Country life
Family
Folk art
Folk music
Folklore
Geology
Handicraft
Kinship
Linguistics
Manners and customs
Material culture
Metallurgy
Oral tradition
Rural conditions
Peasant costume*
Peasantry
Rites and ceremonies
Social change
Social conditions
Social life and customs
Time
Villages
Tales
Vernacular architecture
Women

Languages

Bosnian
Bulgarian
Croatian
English
French
German
Inuktitut [dialect of Inuit language]
Japanese
Lao
Macedonian
Polish
Russian
Serbian
Serbo-Croatian
Vietnamese

Locations

Southeast Asia    

Cambodia
Laos
Thailand
Vietnam

Eastern European Region

Albania
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Macedonia (Republic)
Slovenia
Yugoslavia
Montenegro
Serbia
Kosovo

North America

Canada
United States

Scope and Content Note                                                                                  

The Joel Martin Halpern Collection consists of photographs, slides, photocopies of photographs, photocopies of articles, audiotapes, videocassettes, published book materials, texts in native languages, manuscripts, reproductions of visual images, and ephemera related to his ethnographic field documentation undertaken from 1949 to 2000 in Asia, Europe, and North America. The materials were assembled by Joel Martin Halpern, professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and by his wife and colleague Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern. The Halperns conducted their fieldwork primarily from the 1950s to the 1990s, principally in the area of the former Yugoslavia, as well as in other areas of the Balkans. Their most intensive fieldwork was among the Serbs. In addition to this work, Joel Halpern conducted his own ethnographic research among Laotian, Vietnamese, and Inuit ethnic groups. The research materials in this collection emphasize historic aspects of folk culture. This includes documentation of material culture, such as architecture, agricultural implements, household utensils, and costume, as well as intellectual culture, such as music within the context of peasant tradition and village folk beliefs, and oral tradition in the setting of kinship structures and the structure of community social organization.

Much of the primary source material of this collection consists of photographs of Balkan areas, especially Serbian and Bulgarian villages. There is also a series of sound recordings of music and interviews with Serbians and Bulgarians (see tape logs), as well as a collection of folklore programs recorded from Sofia radio, plus videocassettes of Bosnian and Serbian rural life.  In addition there are interviews with Canadian Inuit people and tapes from the Inuit broadcasting Coorporation recorded from broadcasts in the Baffin Island area.

Collection Inventory and Description

SERIES I:  EASTERN EUROPEAN MATERIALS

Subseries I:  Manuscript Materials
Administrative Files
Box 1: Folders 1-11
Folder 1    Collection guide and inventories.
Folder 2  Collection correspondence.
Inventories by Format
Folder 3 Black-and-white photo inventory.
Folder 4 Color photo inventory.
Folder 5 Halpern text and published text inventory.
Folder 6 Tape log and inventory.
Folder 7 Video log and inventory.
Folder 8 Supplemental video information.
Biographical and Research Interests Information
Folder 9 Copies of Curriculum Vitae-- Joel Martin Halpern 1984 and 1996; Publications bibliography: "Anthropology of Eastern Europe." Annual Review of Anthropology 12 (1983): 397; Contemporary Authors website entry, 1980; Contemporary Authors entry, New Revision Series,Vol. 3, undated.
Folder 10 Copies of Curriculum Vitae-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern 1976, 1980, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1991; abbreviated Curriculum Vitae, undated; brochure describing available Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern slide lectures, 1958.
Folder 11 Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, graduate student course notes in linguistics, 1971-73.
Box 2: Folders 12-19
Folder 12 1973-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, participation in International Slavic Seminar, Serbia.
Folder 13 1975-- Joel Martin Halpern, field notes.
Folder 14 1976-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, notes on Noam Chomsky lecture, University of Mass.
Folder 15 1979-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, notes and program from "A Conference on Folklore in New York City."
Folder 16 1980-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, and Joel Martin Halpern, participation in Northeastern Anthropological Association Conference; correspondence, paper abstracts, complete papers, conference program; Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern's personal notes from conference. Joint paper dealing with the research of Polish anthropologist Jozef Obrebski in Macedonia.
Folder 17 Undated-- Joel Martin Halpern, notes on Albert B. Lord lecture
Folder 18 1975-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, "Bulgarian Notes."
Folder 19 Undated-- Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, notes and research on drug and alcohol abuse.
Box 3: Folders 20-25 Correspondence
Folder 20 1974-- Letters from the American Museum of Natural History to  Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, January and June; note from Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern.
Folder 21 1976-- Letters from Zivomir Mladenovic, May and June.
Folder 22 1980-- American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Newsletter 20, no. 2 (Summer 1980); Letter from Elliott Mossman to Professor Lj. D. Popovich. January 1980; Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern correspondence.
Folder 23 1981-- Letter to Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern from Barbara Lex, March.
Folder 24 1981-- Letter to Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern from Judith Friedman, (Includes submission guidelines for articles to Natural History) June.
Folder 25 1981-- Letter from Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern to American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), June; letter from Thomas Cook Travel to Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern, June 1981; letter from  Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern to Thomas Cook Travel regarding on board lecturer for AMNH Mediterranean Cruise, July 1981; index card of notes.                       
Joel Martin Halpern--Unpublished Texts   (Box 3 continued)

Folder 26

1961-- "Coding Instructions for Yugoslav Interviews." :1-55 (two copies included). Carried out in Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Folder 27 1961-- "Yugoslavia  (NSF) Project." description: 1-2 (Two copies).
Joel Martin Halpern--Published Texts (Box 3 continued)
Folder 28 1989-- Halpern, Joel Martin and Andrei Simic. "A Case Study from Rural Serbia (Yugoslavia)." International Area Studies Programs at Amherst 20: 18 pages.
Folder 29 1989-- Halpern, Joel Martin. "Sociocultural Processes and Kinds of Time: A Perspective on Rural Change in Bulgaria." International Area Studies at Amherst 21: 1-9.  
Folder 30 1992-- Wagner, Richard A. (with an introduction by Joel Martin Halpern) "Children and Change in Orasac, 1870-1975: A Serbian Perspective on Fertility Decline."Program in Soviet and East European Studies: Occasional Paper Series No. 22, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 52 pages. 
Folder 31 1994-- Kaser, Karl, and Joel Martin Halpern. "Contemporary Research on the Balkan Family: Anthropological and Historical Approaches." Rapports / 7me Congrès International D'Etudes du Sud-Est Européen, Comité National Grec des Etudes Sud-Est Européen, Athens: 103-32.
Folder 32 1995-- Martin, Joel Martin, and Slavko Kremensek."Etnoloko-Antropolosko Dopisovanje, Ethnological-Anthropological Correspondence." Glasnik Slovenkega Etnoloskega Drustva: Bulletin of Slovene Ethnological Society 35, no. 2-3 (October 1995): 45-55. 
Folder 33 1996-- "Observations on a War: The Conflict in Bosnia (Part 1 of 2)." Anthrowatch 4, no. 1, (May 1996): 7-8.
Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern--Unpublished Texts (Box 3 continued)
Folder 34 1972-- "Thoughts on Communicative Competence in a Serbian Village" : 24 pages.
Folder 35 1979-- "Ritual Roles of Women in a Patriarchal Society--The Serbian Case": 9 pages.
Folder 36 1979-- Kerewsky-Halpern, Barbara. "'Yonder Comes a Red Hen . . . ': Mothers and Mother Figures in Serbian Folk Curing" : 8 pages. Abstract and correspondence with Women and Folklore Conference coordinator included.
Folder 37 1976-- Kerewsky-Halpern, Barbara, and John M. Foley, "Research on Oral Traditional Expression in Sumadija and its Relevance to the Study of Other Oral Traditions."(Undated, research conducted in 1976): 199-236.
Barbara-Kerewsky Halpern--Published Texts (Box 3 continued)
Folder 38 1978-- Book review: "The Wedding of Smailagic Meho." Balkan Studies 19: 215-17.
Folder 39 1983-- "Metaphrasis in Contemporary Bulgarian Oral Tradition." Paper presented at the Section V,  First Congress of Bulgarian Studies, Sofia, May 23-June 3, 1981 (includes Barbara-Kerewsky Halpern's notes). Published in Culture (Bulgarian publication): 333-45.
Joel Martin Halpern and Barbara-Kerewsky Halpern --Published Texts (Box 3 continued)
Folder 40 1956-- "Songs and Chants from a Serbian Village.": 14 pages.
Joel Martin Halpern and Barbara-Kerewsky Halpern --Published Texts (Box 3 continued)
Folder 41 1977-- Obrebski, Joseph. "Ritual and Social Structure in a Macedonian Village." Edited by Barbara Kerewsky Halpern, and Joel Martin Halpern. Research Report No. 16: Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, May 1977: 21 pages.
Folder 42    1973-- "Changing Perceptions of Roles as Husbands and Wives in Five Yugoslav Villages" Prepared for the 9th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Chicago, August-September: 21 pages.
Folder 43   1987-- "Dugorocna istrajivanja u Orasac" ("Long-term Research in Orasac"). Pregled  237: Publication of the American Embassy, Belgrade: 84-94.

Box 4: Folders 44-59

Monographs and Serials by Other Authors on Balkan Topics   (donated to other LC divisions)

Folder 44  241 photocopies of cover pages of books.
Folder 45 220 photocopies of cover pages of books.
Folder 46  Albanian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 47      Bosnian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 48 Bulgarian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 49 Croatian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 50 English monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 51 French monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 52   German monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 53 Hungarian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 54  Macedonian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 55  Polish monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 56 Russian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 57 Serbian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 58 Slovenian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.
Folder 59 Syrian monographs and serials--photocopies of cover pages.

Box 5: Folders 60-66

Publications (by Other Authors)

Articles in South Slavic Languages (note: selected titles translated into English)
Folder 60    1955-- "Nikola  Smodlaka."
Folder 61  1975-- Poems about Marko, with notes.
Folder 62  1977-- Herald, Bulgarian and other Languages.
Folder 63  1980-- Contrastive Linguistics.
Folder 64            1981 and 1983-- Bulgarian folk music.
Folder 65    1984-- How to play folk music.
Folder 66 1987-- Instruments in folklore and culture.

Box 6: Folders 67-74

Articles in Croatian (note: selected titles translated into English)
Folder 67  1939-- Bratanic, Branimir. Croatian Equipment for Plowing Throughout History. Zagreb:   Publikacije Etnoloskoga Seminara
Folder 68   1939-- Gavazzi, Milovan. A Year of Croatian Heritage. (2 vols.) Zabreg: Izdanje Matice  Hrvatske.
Folder 69    1957-- Kirin, Vladimir. Narodne Plesovi Jugoslavije  (Folk Dances in Yugoslavia) pt. IV  Slovenia, Istra, Hrvatsko Primorje. Zagreb: Naklada Nasa Djeca.
Folder 70 1957-- Huzjak,Visnja. Zeleni Jurai (spring custom). Zagreb: Publikacije Etnoloskoga Seminara.
Folder 71  1958-- Kirin, Vladimir. Narodne Plesovi Jugoslavije. pt. V. Zagreb: Naklada Nasa Djeca.
Folder 72 1962-- Stojanovic, Andrija. Handcrafts of Bruestra (Croatia). Zagreb: Publikacije Etnoloskoga  Zavoda.
Folder 73 1963-- Vjerni Drugovi (Elementary school text). Zagreb: Skolska Kniga.
Folder 74   1969-- "Deset Godina."

Box 7: Folders 75-95

Articles in Croatian (continued)
Folder 75   1980-- "Folklor i Mi." (pamphlet).
Folder 76  1982-- Boskovic-Stulli, Maja. "Bajka."Umjetnost Rijeci. Zagreb: Hrvatsko Filososko Drustvo.
Folder 77 Undated-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "Balkanski i Slovenski Elementi u Judeo-Spanskom Jeziku Jugoslavije" : 84-91.
Folder 78   Undated-- Boskovi-Stulli, Maja. "Narodne Pjesme u Okviru Pjesnistva Nob-a": 89-94.
Folder 79  Undated-- Boskovic-Stulli, Maja. "Zene u Slavonskim Narodnim Pjesmama." Ethnographia pannonica, Zena u Seoskoj Kulturi Panonije.  Zagreb: Etnoloska Tribina : 75-84.
Articles in English
Folder 80   1915-- Stevenson, Beatrice L. AThe Gusle Singer and His Songs."American Anthropologist 17: 58-68.
Folder 81      1954-- Vlahovic, Mitar S, and Bosiljka Radovc, National Costumes of Serbia, in the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade. Belgrade: Jugosavija.
Folder 82 1956-- Sobic, Jerina. Costumes and Ornaments, in the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade. Beograd: Jugoslavija.
Folder 83    1958-- Vlahovic, Mitar S., and  Bosiljka Radovic. Popular Costumes of the XIX Century, in the Ethnographic Museum of Beograd.Beograd: The Ethnographical Musuem, Beograd.
Folder 84    1961-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "Grammatical Neutralization in Slavic Expressive Forms." London: William Clowes and Sons. 1961. Reprint. Word 17, no. 2 (August, 1961): 128-45.
Folder 85 1968-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "The Prosodic System of the Slovenian Declension": 257-66.
Folder 86 1968-- Bynum, David E. "Themes of the Young Hero in Serbocroatian Oral Epic Tradition." PMLA 83, no 5: 1296-1303.
Folder 87 1970-72-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "The Forms of the Infinitive in the South Slavic Languages."Richerche Slavistiche 17-19: 495-504.
Folder 88  1972-- Georges, Robert A. "Process and Structure in Traditional Storytelling in the Balkans: Some Preliminary Remarks."Aspects of the Balkans: Continuity and Change: 319-37.
Folder 89 1973-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "The Accent and Grammatical Categories of the Stems in South Slavic: 193-202.
Folder 90 1973-- Doömötör, Tekla. "Ritual Poetry-Ceremonial Songs in Eastern Europe." IXth International  Congress of  Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences:  14 pages.
Folder 91  1973-- Sokolova,V.K. "Some Traditional Symbols in Slavonic Folk-Poetry." IXth International  Congress of  Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences:17 pages.
Folder 92    1974-- Dreifus, Claudia. "One Gold Coast Where a Dollar's Still a Dollar."Signature (March): 20-29, 52.
Folder 93 1975-- Leiberman, Robert. 'Vi, decko' or A Constructive Critique of Joel Martin Halpern's Serbian Village: 19 pages.  Includes written comments from Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern's as well as correspondence from Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern to Robert Leiberman.
Folder 94 1977-- Radovic, Dusan. Let's Love Belgrade a Little More Each Day. Illustrated by Petricic, Dusan, translated by Čekanovic, Kolja. Belgrade: BIGZ.
Folder 95 1977-- Foley, John M. "The Oral Singer in Context: Halil Bajoric, Guslar." 9 pages.
Box 8: Folders 96-107 (Articles in English continued)
Folder 96  1978-- Pitchor, Miriam and Beverly Robinson. "A Structural Approach to the Position of Women in the Ballads of Marko Kraljevic.": 30 pages.  Barbara-Kerewsky Halpern's correspondence with Pitchor and comments on paper included.
Folder 97  1980-- Program from "Festival of Yugoslavian Art":  October 19-November 15.
Folder 98    1997-- The Thin Veneer: The Peoples of Bosnia and their Disappearing Cultural Heritage (Exhibition Catalogue). Amherst: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts (April 13-June 7, 1997): 16. The exhibition was guest curated by Walter Denny, Department of Art History, University of Massachusetts and Joel Martin Halpern, with the curatorial assistance of Roxanne Stanulis. 
Folder 99  1998-- The 14th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences.  Williamsburg, Virginia: William and Mary College. Program and abstracts.
Folder 100  (Undated)-- "Svetozar Markovic and the Socialist Movement." 14 pages;  (Undated) "The Development of Realism in Yugoslavia." 10 pages; (Undated) "Serbian Realism 1870-1900." 15 pages; (Undated) "The Development of the Novel in Serbia.": 15 pages; (Undated) "Narodne pesme.":  13 pages; (Undated): "The Seoska Pripovetka in Serbian Literature": 11 pages.
Folder 101 (Undated) Foley, John M. AThe Traditional Structure of Utterance in Ibro Basic's "lagic Alija and Velagic Selim," 32 pages (Includes notes).
Folder 102 (Undated) Mladenovic, Zivomir. "Unpublished Folk Poems of Vuk Karadzic."The Slavonic and East European Review:  372-85. Cambridge University Press. (reprint)
Folder 103  (Undated-- ) "Yugoslavia": 16 pages
Articles in French
Folder 104  

1970-- Deuxième Congrès International des Etudes du Sud-Est Européen: Liste des Participants. (Fifth International Congress of Southeast European Studies, Athens, May 7-13): 61 pages.

Folder 105 1984-- Cinquième Congrès International des Etudes du Sud-Est Européen: Liste des Participants. Belgrade: Fifth International Congress of Southeast European Studies, September 11-17. (Includes Program: 76 pages, and list of participants: 36 pages).
Folder 106  1984-- Gjergji, Andromaqi. "L'Ethnographie et le Village Albanais d'Aujourd'hui":  15 pages. (Paper given at Fifth Congress by Albanian delegation).
Folder 107 (Undated)-- Zhivomir, Mladenovic. "Quelques Traits Communs des Poèmes Epiques Serbocroats et Néo Grecs." Yougoslavie.
Box 9: Folders 108-126

Articles in German

Folder 108      1985-- Alte Volksmusikinstrumente Aus Ungarn. Budapest: Aus den Sammlungen des  Ethnographischen Museums. 12 pages.
Folder 109   1987-- Hoffmann, Dr. Tamás. Zur ländlichen Möbel-und Wohnkultur Ungarns. Cloppenburg:  Museumdorf Cloppenburg. 56 pages.
Articles in Macedonian
Folder 110  1968-- (translation of title) "Folk Poems and Interpretations of South Slav Rhythm": 275-89.
Articles in Slovenian
Folder 111   (Undated)-- "Skofja Loka": 32 pages.
Articles in Russian
Folder 112    1965-- Vasilisa Prekrasnaia: 12 pages.
Folder 113      (Undated; translation of title)-- "Writing Poems":  11 pamphlets.
Articles in Serbian (note: selected titles translated into English)
Folder 114   1929-- Malesevo and Maleseveci. (Macedonia):  462 pages.
Folder 115  1931 and 1933-- "Herbal MedicineBregional uses and methods, spells and witchcraft": 35-42, 84-90, 117.
Folder 116  1933-- Hunting in Kolasinu: 71 pages.
Folder 117   1938-- "Yugoslav Minorities in Europe": 139 pages.
Folder 118   1954-- Burmanska Union: 78 pages.
Folder 119  1954-- Narodne nosnje Jugoslavije, pt. I: Dalmacija, Bosna, Hercegovina: 17 pages.
Folder 120    1955-- Narodne nosnje Jugoslavije, pt. II: Serbija, Makedonija, Crnagora, Vojvodina: 18 pages.
Folder 121 1956-- Narodne nosnje Jugoslavije, pt. III: Hrvatska: 18 pages.
Folder 122  1958-- Ledi Pedzet: 18 pages.
Folder 123   1962-- "Peasant Art from Kovavice": 69 pages.
Folder 124 1963-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "Problemi Pesnikog Jezika s Gledista Lingvistike": 23-34.
Folder 125 1966-- Museum of the Party's Illegal Printing Office, Belgrade: 64 pages.
Folder 126  1968-- "Foundation of Epic Poems": 309-48.
Box 10: Folders 127-145  Articles in Serbian (note: selected titles translated into English)
Folder 127   1968-- Spomen-zbirka Pavla Beljanskog (Book Collector): 35 pages.
Folder 128 1972-- "The Best Elements in Classical Poems from Istanbul": 205-9.
Folder 129 1973-- Mladenovi, Zivomir. "Jezi_ke Barijere u Prenosenju Narodnih Pesama." Zbornik 18  Kongresa Sufj, Bovec (1971): 93-6.
Folder 130 1973-- "Manscript of Folk Poems in Serbian Dictionary."; Zbornik, 18. "Kongresa Sufj." Bovec (1971):  281-92.
Folder 131 1973-75-- Slavic Conference (7 pamphlets).
Folder 132   1974-- "A Literature of Work as Speech Structure": 203-31.
Folder 133   1975-- Basma (about mythology, healing, and spells): 651.
Folder 134 1975-77-- "Literary History": 5  issues.
Folder 135   1976-- Expressions of Our Feelings in Our Traditional Epic Lyrics: 178-85.
Folder 136 1976-- Folk Costumes of Yugoslavia: 45 pages, plus photos.
Folder 137 1976-- Jovic, Dusan. "Perspektive Sociolingvistike u Jugoslaviji."  Jezik u Drustvenoj Sredini: 21-32.
Folder 138  1976-- Society for Upkeeping (Preservation of) Fiddle Music in Kikindia, (Vojvodina) memorial book: 159 pages.
Folder 139   1976-- The Study of National Poems Written in Ten Syllables: 511-39.
Folder 140 1976-- The Way to Write Poems in Ten Syllables: 224-30.
Folder 141 1977-- Veselo Zvontse: 109 pages.
Folder 142    1981-- Immigrants' Pad. (Serbian poems): 157 pages.
Folder 143  1981-- Yarn on the Moon. (Serbian folk works): 92 pages.
Folder 144 1984-- "Poet's Newspaper": 48 pages.
Folder 145 1987 and 1988-- Serbian paintings and sculptures; Serbian ethnofabrics; Serbian sculpture art: 3 issues.
Box 11: Folders 146-155 Articles in Serbian (note: selected titles translated into English)
Folder 146  1988-- Village houses in the Kopaonik Mountains in Serbia: 90 pages.
Folder 147  1990-- Research on national musical instruments in Serbia. Belgrade: 48 pages.
Folder 148  (Undated) -- "The Best Elements in Contemporary Poems": 501-17, includes Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern's notes on article.
Folder 149 (Undated) -- "History of Family SmodlakaBXVIII to XX Century": 45 pages. Includes letter to Prof. Halpern from Dr. Smodlaka.
Folder 150 (Undated)-- Stankiewicz, Edward. "Rec Nozve u `Hasanaginici" : 95-7.
Folder 151   1966-- Slovenska Kmecka Nosa (Peasant Costumes of Slovenia): 17 pages.
Folder 152  1966-- Slovenian Museum Regional Study: 17 pages.
Folder 153  1969-- The Genealogy of Turin and Franco: 129 pages.
Folder 154  1977-- Slavonski Zlatovez: 5 pages.
Folder 155  1991-- Glasnik: Bulletin of Slovene Ethnological Society: 104 pages.
Subseries II:  Sound Recordings

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern's notes concerning these recordings, please see Box 1, Folder 6 entitled "Tape Log and Inventory"

Reel-to-Reel Recordings

Box 12:  (note gap in numbers) SR 003-006 SR 018-028 

SR003 7-inch tape of "Udovica Jana" (The Widow Ana); Recorded in Orasac, Serbia, 1954 (transcribed and published as an article by Barbara Halpern in Slavonic Review).
SR004 7-inch tape of folksongs in Orasac, Serbia, (recorded in 1954 by the U.S. Information Service in   Belgrade)
SR005 7-inch tape of folksongs in Orasac, Serbia (recorded in 1954 by the U.S. Information Service in Belgrade)
SR006    7-inch tape of the Halperns in "Voice of America" interview on Yugoslavia (interview conducted in New York in 1955 for broadcast to Yugoslavia, experiences in Yugoslavia by Barbara Halpern and Joel Martin Halpern: 1953-54).
SR018 7-inch tape of interview with Gena Fine (discusses her life in a Serbian village, gender division of roles, experiences at a peasant market). Waltham, Massachusetts: 1965 (See transcript).
SR019 7-inch tape of interview with Gena Fine about Serbian village life (continued from 1965, includes transcript).
SR020 5-inch tape of Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern's interviews in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR021 5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR022 5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing old men in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR023  5-inch tape of Barbara Halpern and Joel Martin Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR024   5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing old man in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR025  5-inch tape of Barbara Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR026 5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR027 5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR028 5-inch tape of Joel Martin Halpern interviewing in Orasac, Serbia (1975).
SR029 (See Series II, Box 19) 5-inch reel-to-reel tape: Lao and English text about Serbia

Audio Cassette Tapes

Box 12: SR 030, SR 041-045, SR 047

SR030   90-minute cassette entitled:  "Halperns in Orasac"  Note: this is the unedited sound track of the Serbia (Belgrade) TV documentary filmed in 1986.  (see transcript: Box 1, Folder 8).
SR033-SR040   See Series III, Box 22
SR041 90-minute cassette entitled:  "Pesme Iz Bosne."
SR042 90-minute cassette entitled:  "Music of Serbia / Partisans of Vilnius." (This is from a documentary about the Holocaust in Lithuania).
SR043  60-minute cassette entitled:  "Traditional Song in South Western Bulgaria."  (I. A Geographical Tour Recorded in Bulgaria in December 1980-February 1981 by Martha Forsyth.)
SR044 60-minute cassette entitled:  'Traditional Song in South-Western Bulgaria"  (II. Songs for Various Functions  Recorded in Bulgaria in December 1980-February 1981 by Martha Forsyth.)
SR045  90-minute cassette entitled:  "The Bistritsa Babi."(A group of village women ("grandmothers") from Bistrica (region of Sofia) members of a well-known folksong group which has toured the United States).
SR046  See Series II, Box 19
SR047 60-minute cassette entitled:  "Ranjenadusa   Edin Kulenovi."
Subseries III: Graphic Images

Black-and-White Bulgaria Photographs and Photocopies

Note:  Joel Martin Halpern's original black-and-white photograph inventory is filed in the front of this group of photographs; for the typewritten inventory please see Folder 3 entitled "Black-and-White Photograph Inventory"

Box 13: Folders 156-58-- Photographs and photocopies
Folder 156   

Handwritten list of photograph captions translated from Bulgarian into English by Dr. Elena Mustakova-Possardt, Psychology Dept., State University of West Georgia, Carrolton, Ga.; (captions not in numerical order); also a typed list of photograph captions arranged in numerical order.

126 black-and-white photographs of Bulgarian subjects from the Ethnographic Museum in Sofia; from end of 19th and early 20th century; numbered from #1 to #148. (Note: some numbers missing; captions handwritten in Bulgarian on verso of each.)

Folder 157  Photocopies of black-and-white photographs of Bulgarian subjects (which are missing from the numbered sequence in the Bulgarian photograph set); all numbers except #132 are accounted for.
Folder 158  

34 pages of photocopies of photographs of Bulgarian and/or Yugoslavian scenes accompanied by 2 pages of captions; assembled by Joel Martin Halpern to be used in a presentation.

Photocopies and Color Prints of Modern Yugoslavian and Albanian Scenes

Note:  Joel Martin Halpern's original color photograph inventory is filed in the front of this group of photographs; for the typewritten inventory, please see Folder 4 entitled "Color Photograph Inventory."

Note: Digitized copies of these images are on deposit at the Library of Congress, provided by Joel Martin Halpern (see Folders 159-60).

Box 14: Folders 159-63-- photographs, photocopies, and negatives
Folder 159   80 photocopies of photographs of modern Yugoslavian scenes; photographs made from negatives from the National Anthropological Archive at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History; accompanied by 8 typed pages of captions in Serbo-Croatian; some captions have a handwritten English translation.
Folder 160 54 color 32 x 5-inch photographs of modern Yugoslavian scenes, accompanied by negatives and photo-identification guide.
Folder 161 1 color 4 x 6-inch print of Albanian architecture, accompanied by notes.
Folder 162 2 color 32 x 5-inch prints of Balkan Music Ensemble in native costume, accompanied by program and brochures.
Original Drawing
Folder 163 Bistrica village costume. Bulgaria.
Box 15: Folders 164-71-- photocopies of photographs

Note:  Photocopies of black-and-white Yugoslavia photographs. Items provide guides to collection of digitized images presented by Joel Martin Halpern to the Library of Congress.

Folder 164  130 photocopies of photographs of Bosnia-Doboj, Zepce, Odzak,Tesanj, Maglaj; Vojvodina: 1930s-60s.
Folder 165 291 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia-Area of Zabaljak, near Mt. Durmitor, Montenegro: 1961.
Folder 166   428 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia: 1961-62.
Folder 167  136 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia-Zupca (Bosnia village): 1962.
Folder 168 47 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia: August,1962.
Folder 169 108 photocopies of photographs of Macedonia-Struga district: August, 1962.
Folder 170 38 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia-Orasac: summer, 1966.
Folder 171 104 photocopies of photographs of former Yugoslavia-Orasac and Arandjelovac in Serbia: 1970.

Subseries IV:  Moving Images

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern's notes and supplementary information concerning these videocassettes, please see Folders 7 and 8 entitled "Video Log and Inventory" and "Supplemental Video Information."

Video Tapes

Box 16: VT 004-006

VT004 120-minute videocassette entitled:  "Halperns in Orasac" Master Dub, English Audio, produced by Belgrade Television in 1988. (See Halpern' s notes in English inserted in video box).
VT005 120-minute videocassette entitled:  "Halpernovi u Orasacu (GRBA Version)." Taped from Broadcast and provides an original recording of the Halperns in Orasac. Produced by Belgrade Television, Serbia.  (See Halpern's notes in English inserted in video box).
VT006 120-minute videocassette entitled:  "U Mass   01/07/88 Joel Martin Halpern & Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern slide and video 'A Serbian Village.'" Accompanies the Halperns in Orasac TV documentary (VT 004-005). Provides a video of slides that documented the making of the film. (See Halpern's notes in English inserted in video box).
Subseries V:  Oversized Artifacts  (note: selected titles translated into English)

Box 17: Folders 172-76

Folder 172 Five color plates of Serbian traditional costumes mounted on black poster board, bound together with yarn (From Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade, produced in the 1930s).
Folder 173 Bagdala, Poetry, and Literature. Publication: Serbian, 1973.
Folder 174  Die Serben an der Adria [colored plates of Yugoslavian traditional costume].  Leipzig: F.A. Brockhaus. 1870-78 (9 parts in portfolio).
Folder 175  Stari Zagreb. [12 mounted colored plates of scenes of Zagreb] with table of contents (1 portfolio).
Folder 176  Deroko, A. Narodno neimarstvo.[20 drawings of traditional architecture.]   Institut za Narodnu Umetnost Beogradskog Univerziteta, 1940 (1 portfolio).

SERIES II: SOUTHEAST ASIAN MATERIALS

Subseries I: Manuscript Materials

Joel Martin Halpern--Unpublished Texts

Box 18: Folders 177-83
Folder 177  1957-- Halpern, Joel Martin.  "Trip with the Prince." (Prince Phetserath, Viceroy of Laos).
Joel Martin Halpern-- Published Texts
Folder 178

1978-- Brafman, Fred. "The Village of the Deep Pond, Ban Xa Phang Meuk, Laos." Edited by James A. Hafner and Joel Martin Halpern. Amherst: International Area Studies Programs, University of Massachusetts: 48 pages.

Folder 179 1979-- Brafman, Fred. "The Old Man: a Biographical Account of a Lao Villager." Introduced and edited by Joel Martin Halpern and James Hafner. Amherst: International Area Studies Programs, University of Massachusetts: 49 pages.
Folder 180 1992-- A Bibliography of Cambodian, Hmong, Lao, and Vietnamese Americans. Edited by Joel Martin Halpern and Lucy Nguyen-Hong-Nhiem. Amherst: Asian Studies Program, University of Massachusetts: 141 pages.
Joel Martin Halpern and Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern-- Published Texts
Folder 181 1964-- Halpern, Joel, and Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern. "Laos and America-- a Retrospective View."   South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 63, no. 2: Spring 1964.
Folder 182 1983-- Hofner, James A., Joel Martin Halpern, and Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern. "River Road through Laos: Reflections of the Mekong."  Amherst: International Area Studies Programs, University of Massachusetts: 76 pages.
Folder 183 1987-- A Far World Comes Near: the Kingdom of Laos and Laotian American: an Exhibition of Laotian Arts and Culture.  Amherst: Augusta Savage Gallery, University of Massachusetts: Apr. 1-Apr.17, 1987, publication prepared by Joel Martin Halpern and featuring the Laos photographs of Joel Martin Halpern and Sam Pettengill's photos of Laos in Western Massachusetts: 16 pages.

Subseries II:  Sound Recordings (note gap in numbers)

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern's notes concerning these recordings, please see Box I, Folder 6, entitled "Tape Log and Inventory"

Box 18: SR007-0011, SR048
SR007 7-inch reel-to-reel tape of Lao Boun Celebration (Luang Prabang, 1957).
SR008 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of translated Lao children's essays (collected in Luang Prabang in 1957 and translated in Los Angeles in 1968).
SR009  5-inch reel-to-reel tape of translated Lao children's essays (see SR08).
SR010 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of translated Lao children's essays (see SR08).
SR011 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of translated Lao essays (see SR08).
SR048 7-inch reel-to-reel tape of a traditional Laotian orchestra taped over the "Firestone Program,"  made in Luang Prabang, Laos, in 1957.
Box 19: SR 012-017, SR029, SR046 (Sound recordings continued.)
SR012 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of transcriptions in Lao (see above).
SR013 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of Smiles and Tears-Lao autobiography (made in Los Angeles in 1958).
SR014  5-inch reel-to-reel tape of interview with Kahm Sinh (KS), Los Angeles, 1958. KS was employed by the U.S. Information Service in Laos and the tape was made while he was visiting the United States.
SR015 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of interview with Kahm Sinh (see above).
SR016 5-inch reel-to-reel tape of interview with Kahm Sinh (see above).
SR017   5-inch reel-to-reel tape of Smiles and Tears-Lao autobiography (tape made in Los Angeles in 1958).
SR029 5-inch reel-to-reel tape: Lao and English text about Serbia.
SR046 90-minute cassette tape entitled:  Khamvong Insixiengmai: Thinking About the Old Village   Traditional Lao Music.

Subseries III:  Graphic Images

Photocopies of Laos Photographs

Box 20
Folder 184 1957-- 588 photocopies of photographs of Laos. (Captions to scanned photos at the Library of Congress, provided by Joel Martin Halpern).

Subseries IV:  Moving Images

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern's notes and supplementary information concerning these videocassettes, please see Folders 7 and 8 entitled "Video Log and Inventory" and "Supplemental Video Information."

Box 19
 VT 003  120-minute videocassette entitled:  "Royal Processions Mekong River Life1957 Luang Prabang." Film made by Joel Martin Halpern.

SERIES III: INUIT MATERIALS

Subseries I:  Manuscript Materials

Box 21: Folders 185-207

Folder 185 1952-- Halpern, Joel Martin. "Use of Minerals by the Copper Eskimo."  Rocks and Minerals: January-February.  
Folder 186 1989-- "Perspectives on Inuit Culture: a Five College Symposium and Art Exhibit." April 4-14, 1988: Proceedings and Catalog, edited by Joel Martin Halpern. Amherst: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts: 36 pages.

Publications (by other authors) categorized by languages

Articles in English 

Folder 187 1985-- "Nuna Parr-Sculpture": 14 pages.
Folder 188 1987 and 1989-- "Gallery Indigena-- 'Mother,'' 'Father and Sons,' 'Brothers'": 3 pamphlets.
Folder 189 1987-- "The Sculpture of Henry Evaluardjuk": 16 pages.
Folder 190 1988-- "The Way We Live-- Sculptures by Levi Alasuak from Akluivik": 18 pages.
Folder 191 1989-90 and 1991-92-- Center for Arctic Cultural Research Seventh Annual Report, Center for Arctic Cultural Research Ninth Annual Report. (English): 2 reports.
Folder 192 1989-- "Our Home and Native Land; A Film Resource Guide for Aboriginal Canadians": 34 pages.
Folder 193 1990-- "Waddingtons Important Sale of Inuit Arts":  96 pages.
Folder 194 1991-- "1991 Cape Dorset Annual Graphics Collection": 19 pages.
Folder 195 2000-- "A Celebration: Inuit Art 2000": 16 pages.
Folder 196 Undated-- "Coppermine-Sculpture": 13 pages.
Folder 197  Undated-- "Davie Atchealak-Sculpture": 11 pages
Folder 198 Undated-- "The Far North." Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 14 pages
Folder 199 Undated-- "Inuit-- The Eskimo word for himself":  brochure
Folder 200 Undated-- "Kania Etungat-- Sculpture": 12 pages
Articles in English and French
Folder 201 1988-- "Canadian Inuit Sculpture." English / French: 36 pages.
Folder 202 1988-- "La Fédération des Coopératives du Nouveau-Québec; Fine Arts and Crafts from Nouveau Québec."English / French: 9 pages.
Folder 203 Undated-- "Shamans and Spirits: Myths and Medical Symbolism in Eskimo Art": 32 pages.
Articles in English and Inuktitut
Folder 204 1973-- Sikkaurk, Nick. "More Stories."(both English and Inuit versions): 37 pages.
Folder 205 1983-- Ajurnangimmat Magazine. (Text in both English and Inuit): 48 pages.
Folder 206  1986-- Owingaya, David K. Arctic Survival Book. (English / Inuit): 107 pages.
Articles in French
Folder 207  1991-- "Espaces Inuit: exposition de dessins et sculptures inuit": 36 pages

Subseries II:  Sound Recordings

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern' s notes concerning these recordings, please see Folder 6 entitled "Tape Log and Inventory."

Box  22: SR 033-040

SR033  90-minute cassette entitled:  "Inuit Artists-- Jimmy Ayola-- 4/10/88." Made at the time of the Five College Inuit Program (see catalog Folder 186).
SR034  90-minute cassette entitled:  "Debbie Gordon-- 4-11-88." Also made at the time of the Five College Inuit Program. Gordon worked for the Inuit Broadcasting Corporation (see catalog Folder 186).
SR035  90-minute cassette entitled:  "Titus Alloulou-- Ernie Coverford-- 4-12-88" (See Five College Inuit catalog, Folder 186).
SR036 90-minute cassette entitled: "David O.at U.Mass 4/14/88" (David Owingayak from Arviat, Eskimo Point, also see Folders 186 and 206).
SR037 90-minute cassette entitled: "David O. 4-16-88."
SR038 90-minute cassette entitled: "David O. Amherst 4-16-88." 
SR039 90-minute cassette entitled:  "A. Inuit Artist  4/10/88; B.  Ayola & Jimmy   4/10/88." (See Folder 186, Perspectives on Inuit Culture, a Five College Symposium and Art Exhibit).
SR040  90-minute cassette entitled:  "Interview-Igloolik nine-year-old girls 10/24/88 IGLOOLIK 10/24/88  nine-year-old."

Subseries III:  Moving Images

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern' s notes and supplementary information concerning these videocassettes, please see Folders 7 and 8 entitled "Video Log and Inventory"and "Supplemental Video Information"

Box 22
"VT007 120-minute videocassette entitled:  "Discussion of Inuit Culture with David Owingayak."Inuit Cultural Institute, Arviat (Eskimo Point), Northwest Territories and Laird Christie, Professor of Anthropology, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario and JMH  4/88."

SERIES IV:  MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

Subseries I: Manuscript Materials

Joel Martin Halpern--Published Texts

Box 23: Folders 208-19
Folder 208 1951-- "Frobisher' s False El Dorado." From Rocks and Minerals, May-June 1951: 261-2.
Folder 209 1951-- "Thomas Jefferson and the Geological Sciences." From Rocks and Minerals, November-December 1951, 601-2.
Folder 210 1986-- Halpern, Carl with Joel Martin Halpern. "Origins and Early Jobs." Bronx County Historical Society Journal, vol. 23, no. 2, Fall 1986: 51-69  (note: Carl Halpern was the father of Joel Martin Halpern).
Folder 211 1990-- Halpern, Carl with Joel Martin Halpern "Beginning a Career." Bronx County Historical Society Journal, vol. 27, no. 1, Spring 1990:1-24.
Folder 212 1996-- Halpern, Joel Martin, and T.L. Christie "Time: a Tripartite Sociotemporal Model."  Dimensions of Time and Life, edited by Fraser, J.T. and M.P. Soulsby.  Madison, Connecticut: International Universities Press: 187-98.
Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern--Unpublished Texts
Folder 213 1971-- "Where Has Modal Gone": 5 pages.

Publications by Other Authors Categorized by Language

Articles in English

Folder 214 1943-- Herzog, George "Foreword."(English) ix-xiv; Bartók, Béla "Preface."(English), xv-xvi; Bartók, Béla "Morphology": 72-83.
Folder 215 1962-- Hymes, Dell H. "The Ethnography of Speaking." Anthropology and Human Behavior: 13-53.
Folder 216 1968-- Kiparsky, Paul and Carol Kiparsky. "Fact": 26 pages.
Folder 217 1968-- Russo, Joseph, and Bennett Simon. "Homeric Psychology and the Oral Epic Tradition." Journal of the History of Ideas 29: 483-98.
Folder 218 1969-- Stankiewicz, Edward  "Milestone of Yiddish Philology." (English): 368-71.
Folder 219  1960-- Cresswell, Robert. "Lineage Endogamy Among Maronite Mountaineers." Nicosia: Mediterranean Social Anthropological and Sociological Conference, 7-12 September; "Timetable." Cyprus: University of Paris, Social Research Centre.  
Box 24: Folders 220-48 (more articles in English)
Folder 220  1970-- Ahmajian, Adrian. "On Deriving Cleft Sentences from Pseudo-Cleft Sentences": 149-68.
Folder 221 1971-- Bauman, Richard. "An Ethnographic Framework for the Investigation of Communicative Behaviors": 334-40.
Folder 222  1973-- Yngve, Victor H. "Human Linguistics and Face-to Face Interaction":  26 pages
Folder 223 1973 and 1972-- "Kashubian Folklore in America." University of Virginia: American Contributions to the Seventh International Congress of Slavists: 419-37; Perkowski, Jan L. "The Awakening of an Epic Poet." Proceedings from Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages:  226-28; correspondence from Perkowski to Barbara Kerewsky-Halpern included.
Folder 224 1973-- Newmeyer, Frederick J. " Linguistic Theory and Linguistic Practice: the Class Nature of Hypocrisy": 15 pages.
Folder 225 1973-- Herzfeld, Michael. "'The Siege of Rhodes' and the Ethnography of Greek Oral Tradition." Harvard University: 414-40.
Folder 226 1973-- Andriolo, Karin R. "A Structural Analysis of Genealogy and Worldview in the Old Testament." American Anthropologist, Vol 75 No 5, October 1973: 1657-69.
Folder 227 1974-- Andriolo, Alexander Eliot. "The Greek Island that Blew Apart." Travel & Leisure, (English) July 1974:  32-5, 54-7.
Folder 228 1974-- "Oral Literature at Harvard Since 1856." Harvard University (History of the Parry-Lord Yugoslav Oral History Collection):  35 pages.
Folder 229 1974-- Foley, John Miles. Acknowledgments page from "The Ritual Nature of Traditional Oral Poetry: Metrics, Music, and Matter in the Anglo-Saxon, Homeric Greek, and Serbo-Croatian Poetries":  iv-vi.
Folder 230 1976-- Lex, Barbara W. "Altered States of Consciousness in Northern Iroquoian Ritual": 276-300.
Folder 231 1976-- Ong, Walter J., S.J.  "From Mimesis to Irony: The Distancing of Voice." The Bulletin of The Midwest Modern Language Association, Vol. 9, No 1-2, Spring/Fall 1976: 24 pages.
Folder 232 1976-- Simon, Bennet. "Hysteria-- the Greek Disease." Psychoanalytic Study of Society, vol. VIII: 80 pages.
Folder 233  1976-- Ong, Walter J., S.J.  "Milton' s Logical Epic and Evolving Consciousness": 295-305.
Folder 234 1976-- Lex, Barbara W. "Physiological Aspects of Ritual Trance": 109-22.
Folder 235 1977-- Anthropology & Education Quarterly, Vol VIII, No 3.
Folder 236  1977-- Pop, Mihai. "Cultural Frames and Reflections: Ritual, Drama, and Spectacle." Romania: 25 pages.
Folder 237 1977-- Pop, Mihai. "Dilemmas of Focus in Linguistics": 12 pages.
Folder 238 1977-- Frank, Roslyn M. "The Religious Role of the Woman in Basque Culture." Anglo-American Contributions to Basque Studies: Essays in Honor of Jon Bilbao: 53-60.
Folder 239  1977-- Foley, John M. "Riddles 53, 54, and 55: An Archetypal Symphony in Three Movements": 29-31.
Folder 240 1978-- "Folklore Women' s Communication": brochure.
Folder 241  1978-- Lex, Barbara. "Neurological Bases of Revitalization Movements." Zygon, vol. 13, no. 4, December 1978: 276-312.      
Folder 242 1979-- Agar, Michael H., and George M. Beschner, editors. Angel Dust: An Ethnographic Study of PCP Users." Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath Lexington Books.  Reviewed by Barbara W. Lex.: 4 pages.
Folder 243   1979-- Lex, Barbara. "The Neurobiology of Ritual Trance." The Spectrum of Ritual: A Biogenetic Structural Analysis: 117-51.
Folder 244  1979-- "Women and Folklore Conference": brochure.
Folder 245 1980-- MacMarshall (editor)."Beliefs, Behaviors, and Alcoholic Beverages: A Cross-Cultural Survey." (Reviewed by Barbara W. Lex.) Ann Arbor: Journal of Drug Issues, Vol. 10 No 3: 385-87.
Folder 246  1980-- Moerman, Daniel. "Edible Symbols: The Effectiveness of Placebos": 15 pages.
Folder 247 1980-- Nellis, Muriel. "The Female Fix." Reviewed by Barbara W. Lex: 3 pages.
Folder 248 1980-- Beckelman, Laurie and Sarah Brown. "Getting High: The Inside Story."  McLean Hospital: 17 pages.
Box 25: Folders 249-60 (more articles in English)
Folder 249 1995; Cloud, Ellen Fulcher. "From Whence We Came: The History of the Original Ocracoke Names": 76 pages
Folder 250 Undated-- "Books By and About Women in Folklore": brochure; Williams, Selma R., and  Pamela J. Williams. "Riding the Nightmare": brochure.
Folder 251 Undated-- Chomsky, Noam. "Conditions on Rules of Grammar." Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, Indiana University Press: 3-49.
Folder 252 Undated-- Cloud, Ellen Fulcher." The Federal Census of Portsmouth Island NC 1790-1900."(area of Ocracoke) Live Oak Publications.
Folder 253 Undated-- "The Haymes Bibliography of Oral Theory." Harvard University: brochure.
Folder 254 Undated-- Jackendoff, Ray, and Peter Culicover. "A Reconsideration of Dative Movements or, Beating a Dead Horse Back to Life": 13 pages.
Folder 255 Undated-- Fishman, Joshua A. "The Sociology of Language: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow." Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. Indiana University Press: 51-75.
Folder 256 Undated-- Stankiewicz, Edward. " Sound and Sight in the Sonety Krymskie of Adam Mickiwicz." Yale University: 495-503.
Folder 257 Undated-- Creed, Robert P. "Widsith' s Journey Through Germanic Tradition": 376-87.
Articles in French
Folder 258 1964-- "L' Homme: Revue Française d' Anthropologie": 55 pages.
Articles in Italian
Folder 259  1953-- Maconi,Vittorio. Etonologia Sociale  (translated title: Social Ethnography) Editrice Studium, Roma: 211 pages.
Multi-Language Articles
Folder 260  Translations.

Subseries II:  Moving Images

Box 25

 VT 008 120-minute videocassette. "The Ocracoke Brogue." (See also Folders 249 and 252).

SERIES V: VIDEOS WITH TWO OR MORE SUBJECTS

Subseries I: Moving Images

Note: For Joel Martin Halpern's notes and supplementary information concerning these videocassettes, please see Box I, Folders 7 and 8 entitled "Video Log and Inventory"and "Supplemental Video Information."

Box 26
VT001 120-minute videocassette.  JMH & H. Holmes #1: 4/92.  "Autobiography; Alaska-Eskimo '50; Yugoslavia' 53-' 54; Laos' 57."
VT002 120-minute videocassette.  "JMH & H. Holmes #2: Inuit - Drum Dance; Far East Comes Near; JMH Video Orasac."

 

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