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36974
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Joos study on vernacular architecture of shotgun houses is influenced by history, sociology, and domesticity; he approaches the subjects in a multidisciplinary way. He uses ethnography, engineering, geography, and folklore to understand the needs and desires of the community after natural disasters.
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36972
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By blending together anthropology, folklore, and science, Garrity-Blake created her own blend of research, policymaking, and community activism in eastern North Carolina.
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36970
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A self-proclaimed public folklorist, Duffy started the Music Maker organization to help authentic folk musicians.
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37045
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The folk narrative is uncensored and unrestrained expression of relatively unsophisticated people, and can be offensive to some audiences.
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36969
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Enjoying folklore from a young age, Bryan pushes the limits of the traditional understandings of folklore.
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37039
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The author studies the vernacular architectures of western North Carolina tobacco barns from a material folklore perspective. He focuses on the years of active usage and the roles tobacco barns function as in modern society across the region.
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37042
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In protest of recent legislative changes, Moral Mondays were instituted as days of demonstrations and protests to stand up against the immoral treatment of various groups and populations.
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37055
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Jabbour was a music collector, musician, and founding director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.
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37056
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Student thesis abstracts for spring and summer 2016 Master of Arts in Folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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37048
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After the Confederate flag was removed from South Carolina’s government building, numerous arguments have been made both for and against the flag’s removal.
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37052
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Students have oftentimes been at the forefront of challenging societal values. In North Carolina, college students instituted protests for civil rights, the Vietnam war, and free speech.
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37054
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Dr. Lightfoot was a folklorist specializing in the study of regional folklore and folk music.
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37027
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Raised in the South, Wallace connected to her own family history and made discoveries about her hometown in her fieldwork about foodways, and she has used her talents as a writer and illustrator to illuminate hidden gems in North Carolina culture for national audiences.
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37011
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Melzer is the director of a Thursday night comedy show, Stranger Danger, and the Associate Artistic Director of Dirty South Improv Comedy. Her work serves a comedy purpose, but she is driven by folkloric views.