restricted access   Volume 117, Number 465, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

From: Journal of American Folklore

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From the Editor

pp. 241-242


An American Folk Opera? Triangulating Folkness, Blackness, and Americaness in Gershwin and Heyward's Porgy and Bess

pp. 243-261

Diaspora by Degree: Narrative and Performance in Interviews of Expatriates from Wanganui, New Zealand

pp. 262-287

"Unsubstantiated Belief": What We Assume as Truth, and How We Use Those Assumptions

pp. 288-295


American Folklore Society Recommendations to the WIPO Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge, and Folklore

pp. 296-299

The Politics of Origins: Collective Creation Revisited

pp. 300-315

Letter from Ole Bull to Sara Thorp

pp. 316-324


On the Politics of the Politics of Origins: Social (In)Justice and the International Agenda on Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge, and Folklore

pp. 325-336

Critical Historiography of the Present: A Response to "Looking Back, Moving Forward" by Peggy Bulger

pp. 337-343

Response to "Critical Historiography of the Present" by Jessica Payne

p. 344

A Response from the Classroom to Margaret Randall's AFS Address

pp. 345-348

Rethinking Theory in Practice: Response to Margaret Randall's AFS Address

pp. 349-352

Testimonies of the Disappeared: A Response to Margaret Randall's AFS Address

pp. 353-356


Hamish Henderson (1919-2002)

pp. 357-358


Information about Contributors

pp. 359-360