Application Deadline: January 15, 2019
Just in time for winter…
Explore Cooking with Folklore: an adventure
for the taste buds across the interdisciplinary
realm of food, compiled with recipes pulled from
the Randall V. Mills Archives!
All proceeds will provide future programming opportunities for
the Archives of Northwest Folklore.
Cookbook price is: $20
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The Folklore and Public Culture Program at the University of Oregon is one of a few major centers of folkloristic research in the United States. With more than thirty participating faculty, our program provides an interdisciplinary approach to a Master’s Degree, allowing students to create a focused course of study in their areas of interest.
Folklore Alum Kristen Gallerneaux (MA, 2011) has a book coming out December 18 – High Static, Dead Lines: Sonic Spectres and the Object Hereafter. See https://www.amazon.com/dp/1907222669/?tag=hyperallergic-20
Kristen is a writer, folklorist, and artist. She has published on topics as diverse as mathematics in mid-century design, the visual history of telepathy research, the world’s first mouse pad, and car audio bass battles in Miami. She is also Curator of Communications and Information Technology at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, where she continues to build upon one...
The exhibit has been refreshed for the Winter term to display more of the multidisciplinary items found in the Archives.
Fall and Winter 2018/2019 Knight Library, University of Oregon
We invite you to visit this wonderful exhibit created by Randall V. Mills Archives of Northwest Folklore graduate student archivists. The exhibit opens September 28, 2018 and will be available for viewing through winter term, 2019.
The Randall V. Mills Archives of Northwest Folklore is a repository of fieldwork collections and research materials on folklife in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond....
Explore “Cooking with Folklore”: an adventure for the taste buds across the interdisciplinary realm of food. Enjoy Apple Beer under Beverages; or perhaps Korintje in the Bread and Pastry section. For breakfast, try making Aebelskiver; lunch might taste good with Tzatziki sauce; and dessert can never go wrong with Haupia. For dinner, consider Cspipetke Guylas or Frikadeller. On the side, you may want to try Liwanzen, Borsch, or Peach Pickles. These recipes are a tiny sampling of the multi-cultural food lore found within this volume. Look for a second volume next year!
The Randall V....