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BorderLore: the News-magazine of the Southwest Folklife Alliance
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BorderLore: the News-magazine of the Southwest Folklife Alliance

BorderLore is E-newsletter of the Southwest Folklife Alliance. For more information about SFA's mission, events and programs, visit their website: BorderLore is a a project of Tucson Meet Yourself. To join the mailing list, click here.


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February 2017 SFA BorderLore Newsletter: includes A Bakery on Every Corner: How a Middle Eastern Bakery Brings the Tastes of Home to Tucson; Bread and Puppets and Transformation; King Cake: The Sweet, Decadent Bread of Mardi Gras; and February 2017 News and Resource Roundup

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December 2018 Issue: Includes All Day, Every Day: How to Wear David’s Custom Cowboy Boots, Linking Learning to Life on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Thinking like a Folklorist: Data, the Fire Department, and Porous Boundaries

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January 2019 Issue: Includes Phoenix Neighborhood Community Center, Convict Code, the Arizona African Diaspora

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August 2019 BorderLore: including Sunrise dances, quinceañeras and other rites of passage

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October 2019 including Altars, Gustavo Arellano, and Myanmar Gangster Sandwiches at Tucson Meet Yourself

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November 2019 issue including: "Singing Agaves: An Interview with Violin Maker Anthony Belvado," "Asylum/Asilo: Bearing Witness as Cultural Practice," and "San Francisco and the Quemasantos."

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 March 2020 issue is out, including: 

  • "'It Sounds Like Mexico: Lessons in Mexican Folk Harp," an interview with Adrian Perez
  • "Reciprocity in Fieldwork" by Jim Griffith


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