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The North Carolina Folklore Society honored Dan Patterson at its annual meeting on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. Patterson, a member of the university's Curriculum in Folklore, has made significant contributions to the study of Southern folklore.
Ali Neff, a graduate student in folklore curriculum, is writing a book about Mississippi Delta hip-hop. One of her subjects includes rapper Jerome Williams who uses improvisation or freestyling.
Martha Nelson, a master’s candidate in folklore, has been studying and photographing Mexican immigrants in North Carolina. She focuses on how geographic dislocation results in shifting personal and cultural identities.