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Tom Mould is assistant professor of anthropology at Elon University and coordinator of the Program for Ethnographic Research and Community Studies. He is the author of two books on Choctaw narrative and scholarly articles addressing issues of genre, identity, and performance, with a focus on verbal art. He has also produced numerous videos on folk art and culture for PBS.

Anne Eriksen is professor in Cultural History at the University of Oslo, Norway. Her fields of study include Norwegian folklore, popular religious culture in contemporary Catholicism, and popular versus official religion.

Robert Glenn Howard is an assistant professor in the Communication Arts Department at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He also participates in the Religious Studies and Folklore Programs, and teaches courses on rhetoric, religion, and folklore. His research focuses on everyday expressive communication in network technologies. [End Page 367]



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