6 edition of American and Canadian immigrant and ethnic folklore found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled by Robert A. Georges, Stephen Stern.|
|Series||Garland folklore bibliographies ;, v. 2, Garland reference library of the humanities ;, vol. 275|
|LC Classifications||GR105 .G43 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 484 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||484|
|LC Control Number||80009019|
STEPHEN STERN. The subject of Creative Ethnicity is the process by which members of American ethnic groups absorb, invigorate, modify, and transmit folk expressions in a multicultural, pluralistic society. Interaction with members of one's own ethnic group, and response to the cultural values of other groups, lead to the evolution of symbols and strategies that in turn draw on vast and varied. The life of the Italian immigrant in Sault Ste. Marie, MI, is presented. Amicangelo, Irma Iron Mountain, MI J Minutes Magnaghi I-R Also on the tape are Silvio Egizii and Delgia Cerasoli. This is an excellent presentation of life in the Italian community stressing folklore, food, and prejudice. Angeli, Elvira Manci Iron River, MI.
A one-volume survey of the American Immigrant experience. Georges, R. A. and Stern, S. American and Canadian Ethnic Folklore: An Annotated Bibliography. New York, xix, pp. Enok Mortensen notes that it is a fictional book portraying the Danish pioneer minister’s role and significance in the great immigration of the nineteenth. 图书Handbook of American Folklore 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. This book is a landmark in folklore studies in the United States. It is a virtual cornucopia of riches, and features the work of sixty scholars and practitioners, representing a multitude of approaches to the discipline.
Canadian Immigrant not only connects newcomers in Canada, but also aspiring immigrants from more than countries. RED stands for Reaching Ethnic Diversity and that is what the show is all about. by his Canadian professional society. His book on the topic of non-chemical vegetation management is a useful source of information on. All-American Anarchist chronicles the life and work of Joseph A. Labadie (), Detroit’s prominent labor organizer and one of early labor’s most influential activists. A dynamic participant in the major social reform movements of the Gilded Age, Labadie was a central figure in the pervasive struggle for a new social order as the American Midwest underwent rapid industrialization at.
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Get this from a library. American and Canadian immigrant and ethnic folklore: an annotated bibliography. [Robert A Georges; Stephen Stern].
Canadian folklore is the traditional material that Canadians pass down from generation to generation, either as oral literature or "by custom or practice". It includes songs, legends, jokes, rhymes, proverbs, weather lore, superstitions, and practices such as traditional food-making and craft-making.
Given here are the ethnic origins of Canadian residents (citizens, landed immigrants and non-citizen temporary residents) as recorded by them on their census form (aro, in total). The relevant census question asked for "the ethnic or cultural origins" of the respondent's ancestors and not the respondents themselves.
The first published collection of essays on the folk culture of Italian Americans and Canadians, this book attains a depth of analysis rarely attained in Italian American folklore scholarship.
Italian American folklife is not evolving in a vacuum, it draws from dynamic, local and specific, as. done, and the scope of Danish American folklore remains an area wide-open for scholarly study. This annotated bibliography was compiled to encour age academic inquiry into Danish-American folklife.
Along with the few book-length publications on Danish American folklore, the bibliography consists of all of the. Part I. American and Canadian immigrant and ethnic folklore book Topics of Research --American Experiences --Colonizing a New Society / William D.
Piersen 4 --Finding the Way Home: The Interpretation of American Indian Folklore / Elaine Jahner 11 --The Unfulfilled Promise of North American Indian Folklore / George Lankford 18 --Afro-American Folk Music / Ronald R. Smith 24 --The Westward.
There are some reference works and book length bibliographies in folklore that can be extremely helpful. If your topic involves an ethnic group, use American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore: An Annotated Bibliography, by Robert Georges and Stephen your topic involves African-American folklore, consult Afro-American Folk Culture: An Annotated Bibliography of Materials from.
Georges, American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, New York: Garland, Görög, Bibliographie annotée litterature orale d'Afrique noire. New York: Arno Press, (GRU57K58) Presents the evolution of Ukrainian-Canadian folklore from an immigrant to an ethnic "folklore complex" as a process marked by three stages—resistance to change, breakdown of old traditions, and reconstitution — using fieldwork data from the Prairie Provinces of western CanaJa.
White Americans are a racial or ethnic group of Americans who identify as and are perceived to be white term is usually used to refer to those of European descent, though is at times also used to refer to Americans of North African and Middle Eastern descent (for example, in.
Within the Federal Writers' Project, material relating to folklore and social-ethnic studies was collected and shaped through the efforts of John A. Lomax, Benjamin A. Botkin, and Morton Royce. The activity documented in writing traditional statements, expressions, songs, essays, stories, and the like, with tilt toward accounts of frontier and.
The traditions of Easter in Canada and beyond. March 31st, Canadian Canadian Immigrant not only connects newcomers in Canada, but also aspiring immigrants from more than countries. by his Canadian professional society. His book on the topic of non-chemical vegetation management is a useful source of information on.
Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack in American and Canadian folklore. His exploits revolve around the tall tales of his superhuman labors, and he is customarily accompanied by Babe the Blue character originated in the oral tradition of North American loggers, and was later popularized by freelance writer William B.
Laughead (–) in a promotional pamphlet for the Red River. American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore: An Annotated Bibliography by Robert A. Georges, Stephen Stern (pp. ) Review by: Eleanor Wachs DOI: / American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore.
An Annotated Bibliography, compiled by Robert A. Georges and Stephen Stern Patterns of Prejudice: A History of Nativism in Alberta, by Howard Palmer From Sicily to Elizabeth Street: Housing and Social Change Among Italian Immigrants,by Donna R.
Gabaccia. Canadian folklore is the traditional material that Canadians pass down from generation to generation, either as oral literature or “by custom or practice”.  It includes songs, legends, jokes, rhymes, proverbs, weather lore, superstitions, and practices such as.
Challenging and considerably broadening popular and scholarly definitions of American folk music, Folksongs of Another America recovers the diverse, multilingual traditions of immigrant, Native American, rural, and working-class performers in America's Upper Midwest during the s and s.
The book extensively documents tunes and songs. One of the most significant developments in genealogy was the compilation of indexes to some of the previously published immigration lists.
An early project was the Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (cited previously), which contains more than million entries for immigrants from the British Isles and Europe.
In this source, all names in each list are indexed: where maiden names are. Article describing the growth of the French Canadian population in Vermont around the time of the American Civil War, and the differences of Canadian immigrant labor, property ownership, and political activity in select Vermont cities, as well as.
Origins and techniques of African American stepping (dance); step show competitions among black fraternity and sorority members at West Virginia State University at Institute. Sidebar review of the book, Soulstepping: African American Step Shows (), by Elizabeth.
American Folklore: An Encyclopedia (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities) sports and holidays tall tales and legendary figures genres and forms scholarly approaches and theories regions and ethnic groups performers and collectors writers and scholars religious beliefs and practices.
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Leary is a professor of Folklore and Scandinavian Studies at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he also serves as director of the Folklore Program and co-director of the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures. A native of northern Wisconsin, he has conducted field research on the folklore of diverse cultural groups in America's Upper Midwest for more than thirty Reviews: 4.