restricted access   Volume 114, Number 453, Summer 2001

Table of Contents

From: Journal of American Folklore

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AFS Now and Tomorrow: The View from the Stepladder (AFS Presidential Address, 28 October 2000)

pp. 263-276
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Political Bumper Stickers in Contemporary Israel: Folklore As An Emotional Battleground

pp. 277-308
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Folk for Whom? Tourist Guidebooks, Local Color, and the Spiritual Churches of New Orleans

pp. 309-330
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"Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You": Frederick Douglass's Proverbial Struggle for Civil Rights

pp. 331-357
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Notes

Masking the Site: The Fiestas de Santiago Apostol in Loiza, Puerto Rico

pp. 358-369
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Sound Reviews

The English Revival Canon: Child Ballads and the Invention of Tradition

pp. 370-380
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Book Reviews

Textualising the Siri Epic, and: The Siri Epic as Performed by Gopala Naika (review)

pp. 381-384
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Baseball, Barns and Bluegrass: A Geography of American Folklife (review)

pp. 384-385
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California Place Names: The Origin and Etymology of Current Geographical Names, and: 1500 California Place Names: Their Origin and Meaning (review)

pp. 385-387
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Spiders in the Hairdo: Modern Urban Legends (review)

pp. 387-388
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Tales Arab Women Tell And the Behavioral Patterns They Portray (review)

pp. 388-390
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