Film, Video Folklore Today/Folklore Tomorrow: Expanding the Conversation with Marilyn White
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- Folklore Today/Folklore Tomorrow: Expanding the Conversation with Marilyn White
- Folklorist Marilyn White, current President of the American Folklore Society, retired Professor at Kean University, and a pivotal member of such influential groups as the Association of African and African American Folklorists, City Lore (NYC), and the New Jersey Folklore Society, reflects on her career and the challenges that must be met for the field to become more inclusive and reflective of 21st century America. Dr. Marilyn M. White is a retired Professor of Anthropology at Kean University in NJ, (1985 to 2011). She previously taught at Western Kentucky University for eight years. For the American Folklore Society, she served on the Executive Board and was an early member and then Chair of the Cultural Diversity Committee. Her research interests include African American folklore, family folklore, stratification, jokes and humor, and she has been conducting long-term research in Little Cayman.
- August 16, 2023
- 1 hours 3 minutes 2 seconds
- online text
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