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Volume 125, Number 495, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

From: Journal of American Folklore

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Special Issue: With His Pistol in His Hand for Fifty Years: Folklore’s Genealogies and the Intellectual Legacy of Américo Paredes

Special Issue Editor: John Holmes McDowell

Introduction

pp. 3-4

Articles

"First Verses I Ever Knew": Américo Paredes and the Border Décima

pp. 5-22

The Corrido: An Invited Lecture at the "Music in Culture" Public Lecture Series

pp. 23-44

Paredes and the Hero: The North American Cowboy Revisited

pp. 45-68

Encaminándonos: Américo Paredes as a Guiding Force in Transcending Borders

pp. 69-90

What We Should Have Learned from Américo Paredes: The Politics of Communicability and the Making of Folkloristics

pp. 91-110

Turning Hegemony On Its Head: The Insurgent Knowledge of Américo Paredes

pp. 111-125

Book Reviews

New Mexico Colcha Club: Spanish Colonial Embroidery & the Women Who Saved It (review)

pp. 126-128

Day of the Dead in the USA: The Migration and Transformation of a Cultural Phenomenon (review)

pp. 128-129

Land of Disenchantment: Latina/o Identities and Transformations in Northern New Mexico (review)

pp. 129-131

Death Lore: Texas Rituals, Superstitions, and Legends of the Hereafter (review)

pp. 131-133

From Quebradita to Duranguense: Dance in Mexican American Youth Culture (review)

pp. 133-134

Information about Contributors

Information about Contributors

pp. 135-136

Research Areas

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