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June 5, 2020

Folklore and Public Culture Fall 2020 Courses

Need Fall Term Courses?

Folklore and Public Culture Program

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March 23, 2020

AFS 2020 Annual Meeting: Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Society’s 132nd annual meeting will be held October 14–17, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The theme for the meeting, on which presentations are encouraged but not required, is Recentering the Periphery.

See the AFS Review for the call for papers.

Proposals are due March 31.

February 7, 2020

Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference 2020

“Ideologies of Convenience: Cynicism and Irony”

Conference Dates: February 13th -14th, 2020
Location: DREAM Lab, Knight Library
Keynote speaker: Silke-Maria Weineck, University of Michigan

The Graduate Conference explores the complexities of cynical and ironic thinking and their productions. Because of both cynicism and irony’s manifold prevalence, our conference is open to many different fields of interest, from the study of literature and philosophy, to questions of societal behavior, environmental agency, popular culture, journalism, politics, and media.

This event is free and open to the public.

January 13, 2020

Juan Eduardo Wolf to give Book-in-Print talk 1/17/20

Juan Eduardo Wolf, Ethnomusicology, and 2016-17 OHC Faculty Research Fellow, will give a Books-in-Print talk Styling Blackness in Chile: Music and Dance in the African Diaspora on Friday, January 17 at noon in the OHC Conference Room (159 PLC).

November 13, 2019

Folklore and Public Culture Winter 2020 Classes

Need Winter Term Courses?

Folklore and Public Culture Program

PLC 118 – 541-346-1505

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