Between the Cracks of History

Between the Cracks of History

Essays on Teaching and Illustrating Folklore

Book - 1997
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In this Texas Folklore Society publication there are essays on teaching folklore for students--"How I Define Folklore for My Students," "Toward a Definition of Folk Culture," "Beginning Within: Teaching Folklore the Easy Way," "Folklore Fieldwork on the Internet," and others. Essays illustrating folklore are also included, such as "The Honored Dead: The Ritual of Police Burial," "Gang Graffiti," "Rail Tales: Some Are True," "Dance Halls of East Texas," "The Oil Field Camp," "Tex-Mex Dialect or Gidget Goes to Acuna," and more.
Publisher: Denton, Tex. : University of North Texas Press, 1997.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781574410365
Branch Call Number: 398 BET 1997
Characteristics: x, 284 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Call Number: 398 BET 1997


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