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BorderLore: the News-magazine of the Southwest Folklife Alliance 14 E. Mee "The Culture of Wildfire: Perceptions, Practices, Policies" by Kimi EiselePlease give to the Traditional Artist & Culture Bearer Emergency Relief Fund.
by K. Brooke
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
News from the MLA 2 K. Brooke Register today for MLA 2021! (Note--MLA virtual meeting registration does not require membership)Summit for Doctoral Education MLA 2021 International SymposiumJust-in-Time Proposals for MLA 2021MLA Webinar on Visa PoliciesMLA Events Calendar
by K. Brooke
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
ICH Plus ICHCAP E-Newsletter 1 K. Brooke Call for Papers: Traditional Musical InstrumentsICH Webinar Series with Section on Curriculum Development for ICH Safeguarding"Roles of Shared Heritage of South Korea and North Korea Based on the Viability of ICH" by Yeeun Jeong"‘ichLinks’, an ICH Information Platform in the Asia-Pacific Region, Began in Earnest" by Jinhee Oh"Community Schools: Intangible Cultural Heritage Collaborate with the Community" by Jeehye Min"A Tale of Two Curries: Culinary Tradition as a Form of Cultural Heritage" by Issabella Orlando
by K. Brooke
Monday, August 10, 2020
Mississippi Folklife 2 A. Sanchez Mississippi Folklife’s Spring 2020 Issue is now available, featuring  “Where the Locals Go” by Addie Citchens: In this essay, Addie gives a touching portrait of Messenger’s Lounge: a combination pool hall, domino den, juke joint and café in Clarksdale. It is Clarksdale’s oldest continuously-run business. As stated by Addie, “Messenger’s is both enduring and integral to the history of both the city and the blues.”  “Avalon and Valley: Mississippi John Hurt’s Blues Base” by John Zheng: Through text, poetry and photography, John Zheng explores the landscapes of the Avalon and Valley communities where blues legend Mississippi John Hurt lived, worked and made music.  “In Conversation with Lee Harper of History Bones” by Maria Zeringue: Maria sat down with Oxford-based artist Lee Harper to talk about her diorama project called History Bones. Lee makes dioramas of obscure historical scenes, cultural customs, events and local places. During the interview Lee discussed the origins and inspirations of this project and her artistic process.   This issue would not be possible without the work of our dedicated editorial team: Amanda Malloy, Visual Arts Editor; Addie Citchens, Music Editor; Emily Buhrow Rogers, Customs Editor; Tamara Becerra Valdez, Digital Editor.  
by A. Sanchez
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Newsletter 0 E. Mee The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation believes that native arts bring a valuable perspective to contemporary life, inspire healing within indigenous communities and among Native peoples and the general population, and provoke thought, spark discussion, explore solutions and add a vital contribution to our communities and world. Click here to subscribe to their monthly newsletter.  April 2019 March 2019
by E. Mee
Monday, April 15, 2019
Folklife Flashes: News from the North Carolina Folklife Institute 0 E. Mee Folklife Flashes shares news from the North Carolina Folklife Institute, and from around North Carolina and across the field of folklore. To Subscribe, visit their website.     
by E. Mee
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Maryland Arts Council: Art News from around the State 1 L. Cashman The October 2018 newsletter has gone out, with news of the 2018 Maryland Heritage Award Winners.
by L. Cashman
Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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