Volume 115, Number 456, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: Journal of American Folklore

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Special Issue: Folklore in Canada

From the Editor

p. 115
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Introduction: Folklore in Canada

pp. 116-128
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Articles

Leaves Gleaned from the Ten-Thousand-Dimensional Web in Heaven: Chinese On-Line Publications in Canada

pp. 129-153
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Personal Experience Narratives and the Social Construction of Meaning in Confrontational Discourse

pp. 154-174
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New Ethnicity and Ukrainian Canadian Social Dances

pp. 175-190
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Repetition, Innovation, and Representation in Don Messer's Media Repertoire

pp. 191-208
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Imagining a Canadian Identity through Sport: A Historical Interpretation of Lacrosse and Hockey

pp. 209-225
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Folk and Academic Racism: Concepts from Morris and Folklore

pp. 226-246
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"Eat the World": Postcolonial Encounters in Quebec City's Ethnic Restaurants

pp. 247-268
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"I Think I Wrote a Folksong": Popularity and Regional Vernacular Anthems

pp. 269-282
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Afterword: The Journal of American Folklore and Americanist versus Canadianist Traditions

pp. 283-292
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