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  • Yearly Table of Contents —Volume 42 (2005)

Veronica E. Aplenc
The Architecture of Vernacular Subjectivities: North American
and Slovenian Perspectives    1

Rosemary V. Hathaway
"Life in the TV": The Visual Nature of 9/11 Lore and Its Impact on
Vernacular Response    33

Cassandra Leah Quave
Andrea Pieroni
Ritual Healing in Arbëreshë Albanian and Italian Communities
of Lucania, Southern Italy    57

Timothy H. Evans
A Last Defense against the Dark: Folklore, Horror, and the Uses
of Tradition in the Works of H. P. Lovecraft    99

Simon J. Bronner
"Gombo" Folkloristics: Lafcadio Hearn's Creolization and
Hybridization in the Formative Period of Folklore Studies    141

Arzu Öztürkmen
Folklore on Trial: Pertev Naili Boratav and the Denationalization
of Turkish Folklore    185

Cornelia Cody
"Only in New York": The New York City Personal Experience
Narrative    217

William F. Hansen
In Memoriam: Alan Dundes    245

Tom Mould
The Paradox of Traditionalization: Negotiating the Past in
Choctaw Prophetic Discourse    255

Anne Eriksen
Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Invented Tradition and
Devotional Success    295

Robert Glenn Howard
Toward a Theory of the World Wide Web Vernacular:
The Case for Pet Cloning    323

Ronald L. Baker
In Memoriam: W. K. McNeil    361



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