Film, Video Theory and Practice of Folklore in Cajun & Creole Louisiana
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- Theory and Practice of Folklore in Cajun & Creole Louisiana
- Barry Jean Ancelet discusses his fieldwork and current research, addressing the relationship between the theory and practice of folklore, between what folklorists think and how they convey the results of that thought to diverse audiences, including academic colleagues, cultural specialists and the general public. Although some folklorists have seen a dichotomy between thought and action, Ancelet has always seen them as inextricably integrated. He says that while he is "more interested in discussing practice than theory, both are always in play."
- June 12, 2018
- - Folklorist and University of Louisiana professor Barry Jean Ancelet is a leading scholar, author, expert and activist in the revival and revitalization of Cajun and Creole music and culture in Louisiana. He has been a leader not only in the academic study of Cajun and Creole folk culture, but in creating archives where the culture has been preserved, and festivals and other programs where the culture has been shared with diverse audiences. He is also a poet, songwriter and singer, and his 2016 CD with Sam Broussard, "Broken Promised Land," was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Regional Roots Music category.
- 1 hours 29 minutes 44 seconds
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