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February 6, 2020

Satire and Fairy Tale in Contemporary Art Projects of Peregrine Honig

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Dorothee Ostmeier, Professor of German and Folklore and Public Culture, will teach “Magic, Uncanny, Surrealist and Cynical Tales” during the 2020 winter…

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January 10, 2020

Join Us for a Talk with Dana Hercbergs, Ph.D.

Public Talk
Tuesday, January 28, 5:00pm
Condon Hall, Room 204
University of Oregon

Narrative and Memory in Jerusalem: Seeking the Implicit in Ethnography

Sponsored by the Department of Anthropology, Folklore and Public Culture Program and the Judaic Studies Program

November 4, 2019

Winter 2020 Folklore/Legend Course

Check out this winter 2020 course taught by Folklore and Public Culture faculty member Gantt Gurley. It deals with narrative theory, orality and literacy, and the folkloresque. FLR grad students are encouraged to enroll. It’s listed in German but will be taught in English and all readings will also be available in English and German See flier for details.

September 10, 2019

The Art of the Interview – UO Contributors

Riki Saltzman and Emily West Hartlerode of the Oregon Folklife Network are two of the co-authors of the paper Interview as Curriculum and Collaboration: Behind the Scenes of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Field School in a new special issue of the 2019 Journal of Folklore and Education on “the art of the interview.” This collection of papers focuses on approaches and methods for engaged and sensitive ethnography in diverse settings.

The issue also includes a remembrance of UO Folklore alum and benefactor Carol Spellman as well as her guide The Artful Interview in Documentary Production.

Check out the entire collection here. You can download the full issue as a PDF.

https://www.locallearningnetwork.org/journal-of-folklore-and-education/current-and-past-issues/art-of-the-interview/

August 27, 2019

New Course this Fall: South Asian Folklore

Still time to register for this new course offered by Prof. Leah Lowthorp, Anthropology and Folklore and Public Culture Program.

Fall term registration remains open through September 22nd and is then closed to undergraduate students Sep 23 at 10 a.m. through September 27 at 8:30 a.m.

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