By C. Kurt Dewhurst,Patricia Hall,Charlie, Seemann
The editors of that quantity, Patricia corridor and Charlie Seemann, are actually joined by means of C. Kurt Dewhurst as a 3rd editor, for this publication which include updates to the still-relevant and vintage essays and articles from the sooner textual content and lines new pioneering items by way of a few of today’s most eminent students and practitioners, to supply a extra present assessment of the sector and addressing modern concerns.Folklife and Museums: Twenty-First Century views is a new selection of state of the art essays that mix theoretical insights, sensible functions, topical case experiences (focusing on specific subject material parts and particular cultural groups), followed via up to date “resources” and “suggested readings” sections. Each essay is preceded by way of an explanatory headnote contextualizing the essay and comprises illustrative photographs.
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