Theorizing Folklore from the Margins : Critical and Ethical Approaches.

Author
Otero, Solimar [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2021.
  • ©2021.
Description
1 online resource (353 pages)

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Series
Activist Encounters in Folklore and Ethnomusicology Ser. [More in this series]
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By bridging the gap between theory and practice, Theorizing Folklore from the Margins confirms that engaging with oppressed communities is not only relevant, but necessary.
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Contents
White traditioning and bruja epistemologies: rebuilding the house of US American folklore studies / Rachel V. González-Martin -- Un tumbe Ch'ixi: incorporating afro-descendant ideas into an Andean anticolonial methodology / Juan Eduardo Wolf -- Disrupting the archive / Miriam Melton-Villanueva and Sheila Bock -- Afrolatinx folklore and representation: interstices and antiauthenticity / Solimar Otero -- Behaving like relatives: or, we don't sit around and talk politics with strangers / Rhonda R. Dass -- Political protest, ideology, and social criticism in Wolof folk poetry / Cheikh Tidiane Lo -- Sugar Cane Alley: teaching the concept of "group" from a critical folkloristics perspective / Katherine Borland -- Movimiento armado / armed movement / Itzel Guadalupe Garcia -- Ni lacras, ni lesbianas normalizadas: trauma, matrimonio, conectividad y representación audiovisual para la comunidad lesbiana en Cuba / Mabel Cuesta -- "Batata? Batata!": examining Puerto Rican visual folk expression in times of adversity / Gloria M. Colom Braña -- Forming strands and ties in the knotted Atlantic: methodologies of color and practice of beadwork in Lucumí religion / Martin A. Tsang -- Of blithe spirits: narratives of rebellion, violence, and cosmic memory in Haitian Vodou / Alexander Fernández -- "No one would believe us": an autoethnography of conducting fieldwork in a conflict zone / Mintzi Auanda Martínez-Rivera -- "La Sierra Juárez en Riverside": the inaugural Oaxacan philharmonic bands audition on a university campus / Xóchitl Chávez -- Hidden thoughts and exposed bodies: art, everyday life, and queering Cuban masculinities / Cory W. Thorne -- Complexifying identity through disability: critical folkloristic perspectives on being a parent and experiencing illness and disability through my child / Phyllis M. May-Machunda
ISBN
0-253-05608-X
OCLC
  • 1250090600
  • 1244627218
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