restricted access   Volume 119, Number 471, Winter 2006

Table of Contents

From: Journal of American Folklore

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Special Issue: Working for and with the Folk: Public Folklore in the Twenty-first Century

Guest Editor: Patricia Atkinson Wells

From the Editor

pp. 3-4


Public Folklore in the Twenty-first Century: New Challenges for the Discipline

pp. 5-18

Routes to Roots : Searching for the Streetlife of Memory

pp. 19-29

Laying a Place at the Table: Creating Public Foodways Models from Scratch

pp. 30-46

"Put Your Very Special Place on the North Country Map!" Community Participation in Cultural Landmarking

pp. 47-65

Standing at the Crossroads of Folklore and Education

pp. 66-79

Redefining "The Resource": Interpretation and Public Folklore

pp. 80-89

Development Folklife: Human Security and Cultural Conservation

pp. 90-110

Wild Grasses and New Arks: Transformative Potential in Applied and Public Folklore

pp. 111-128

Book Reviews

Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Revival and American Society, 1940-1970 (review)

pp. 129-130

The Thistle and the Brier: Historical Links and Cultural Parallels between Scotland and Appalachia (review)

pp. 130-131


Information About Contributors

pp. 132-133