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  1. Repairing Tradition: Vernacular Knowledge, Cognitive Spaces, and Economies of Work in an Agricultural Repair Shop
  2. John Laudun
  3. pp. 274-297
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  1. Snow Woman Yukionna: From Spirit of Snow to Icy Hot Female
  2. Noriko Tsunoda Reider
  3. pp. 298-321
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  1. John Michael Vlach (1948–2022)
  2. Simon J. Bronner
  3. pp. 322-325
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  1. Roberta (Bobbi) Louise Singer (1941–2022)
  2. Hanna Griff-Sleven
  3. pp. 325-328
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  1. Roger Welsch (1936–2022)
  2. Gwendolyn K. Meister
  3. pp. 328-329
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  1. Esther Clinton (1971–2022)
  2. Fernando Orejuela
  3. pp. 329-331
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  1. A Cultural History of Fairy Tales ed. by Anne E. Duggan (review)
  2. Sarah Allison, Ruth B. Bottigheimer, Abigail R. Heiniger, Sarah N. Lawson, Veronica Schanoes
  3. pp. 332-336
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  1. The Food We Eat, the Stories We Tell: Contemporary Appalachian Tables ed. by Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt and Lora E. Smith (review)
  2. Hannah Davis
  3. pp. 336-337
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  1. Folklore 101: An Accessible Introduction to Folklore Studies by Jeana Jorgensen (review)
  2. Jack Daly
  3. pp. 337-338
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  1. Folklore Research on Chinese Opera and Festival by Weng Minhua (review)
  2. Shaoming Duan
  3. pp. 338-339
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  1. Orality, Textuality, and the Homeric Epics: An Interdisciplinary Study of Oral Texts, Dictated Texts, and Wild Texts by Jonathan L. Ready (review)
  2. Frog
  3. pp. 341-343
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  1. Inviting Interruptions: Wonder Tales in the 21st Century ed. by Cristina Bacchilega and Jennifer Orme (review)
  2. Victoria Harkavy
  3. pp. 343-344
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  1. Shakespeare and the Folktale: An Anthology of Stories ed. by Charlotte Artese (review)
  2. Kerry Kaleba
  3. pp. 344-345
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  1. Feminism and Folk Art: Case Studies in Mexico, New Zealand, Japan, and Brazil by Eli Bartra (review)
  2. Nica Serena Kousaleos
  3. pp. 345-347
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  1. On the Trail of the Jackalope: How a Legend Captured the World's Imagination and Helped Us Cure Cancer by Michael P. Branch (review)
  2. Moira Marsh
  3. pp. 347-348
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  1. What Folklorists Do: Professional Possibilities in Folklore Studies ed. by Timothy Lloyd (review)
  2. Vyta Pivo
  3. pp. 348-350
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  1. Mountaineers Are Always Free: Heritage, Dissent, and a West Virginia Icon by Rosemary V. Hathaway (review)
  2. Debra Lattanzi Shutika
  3. pp. 350-351
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  1. It Can Be This Way Always: Images from the Kerrville Folk Festival by David Johnson (review)
  2. Joe W. Specht
  3. pp. 352-353
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  1. Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories: QAnon, 5G, the New World Order and Other Viral Ideas by John Bodner et al. (review)
  2. Timothy R. Tangherlini
  3. pp. 353-354
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  1. The Ubume Challenge: A Digital Environmental Humanities Project by Sam Risak (review)
  2. Sam Risak
  3. pp. 355-356
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  1. Information about Contributors
  2. p. 357
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