1. Introduction: Defining and Creating (A)New Critical Folklore Studies
  2. Margaret A. Mills
  3. pp. 383-391
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  1. Critical Folkloristics, Free Speech, and the “War on Terror”
  2. David A. McDonald
  3. pp. 392-411
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  1. (Folk)Life, Interrupted: Challenges for Fieldwork, Empathy, and Public Discourse in the Age of Trump
  2. Anthony Bak Buccitelli
  3. pp. 412-429
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  1. Latinx Publics: Self-Documentation and Latina Youth Activists
  2. Rachel González-Martin
  3. pp. 430-451
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  1. “Our Shmuck”: Russian Folklore about American Elections
  2. Alexandra Arkhipova, Daria Radchenko, Anna Kirzyuk
  3. pp. 452-470
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  1. Old Thoughts on (A)New Critical Folklore Studies: A Partisan’s Response to the Special Issue
  2. James P. Leary
  3. pp. 471-488
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  1. Staging Fairyland: Folklore, Children’s Entertainment, and Nineteenth-Century Pantomime by Jennifer Schacker (review)
  2. Jason Marc Harris
  3. pp. 489-491
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  1. Forgetful Remembrance: Social Forgetting and Vernacular Historiography of a Rebellion in Ulster by Guy Beiner (review)
  2. Jesse A. Fivecoate
  3. pp. 491-494
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  1. Visions and Traditions: Knowledge Production and Tradition Archives ed. by Lauri Harvilahti et al. (review)
  2. Randy Williams
  3. pp. 494-496
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  1. Legend Tripping: A Contemporary Legend Casebook ed. by Lynne S. McNeill and Elizabeth Tucker (review)
  2. Shannon K. Tanhayi Ahari
  3. pp. 496-498
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  1. The Bungling Host: The Nature of Indigenous Oral Literature by Daniel Clément (review)
  2. Frog
  3. pp. 498-501
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  1. Look Who’s Cooking: The Rhetoric of American Home Cooking Traditions in the Twenty-First Century by Jennifer Rachel Dutch (review)
  2. Lucy M. Long
  3. pp. 501-503
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  1. “Aquí me pongo a cantar . . .”: El arte payadoresco de Argentina y Uruguay by Ercilia Moreno Chá (review)
  2. Ana C. Cara
  3. pp. 503-504
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  1. Consuming Katrina: Public Disaster and Personal Narrative by Kate Parker Horigan (review)
  2. David Todd Lawrence
  3. pp. 505-507
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  1. Horror Culture in the New Millennium: Digital Dissonance and Technohorror by Daniel Powell (review)
  2. Jeffrey A. Tolbert
  3. pp. 507-509
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  1. Keep Talking, Niugaa Yugaa by Karen Lynn Weinberg (review)
  2. Annette B. Fromm
  3. pp. 510-511
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  1. Old-Time Conversations by Craig R. Evans (review)
  2. Gregory Hansen
  3. pp. 511-512
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  1. Information about Contributors
  2. pp. 516-517
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