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Local Learning: Journal of Folklore and Education 1 A. Sanchez Volume 6 (2019): The Art of the Interview includes: Of Art and the Interview: Woven Performance; The Artful Interview in Documentary Production; City Lore Interviewing Guide; Classroom Connection: Creating Art from Interviews; Filming Deaf stories: Interviews in American Sign Language; “It’s About the Stories that People Are Willing to Tell You”: An Interview with Guha Shankar; Teaching Young Students to Interview: When Family and Community Knowledge Informs Culturally Responsive Teaching; and much more  
by A. Sanchez
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Digital ICH Observatory Newsletter 0 E. Mee The Digital ICH Observatory aims to produce, organize and analyze information about e-Inventories of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH). A network for sharing knowledge and practices about ICH on the web. Click here to sign up for their newsletter. 
by E. Mee
Monday, July 15, 2019
Peacebuilding and the Arts Now 0 E. Mee Peacebuilding and the Arts Now is an online newsletter from the Peacebuilding and the Arts, a program of the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life at Brandeis. Click here to receive the newsletter.
by E. Mee
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Local Learning: Folk Arts and Education 0 E. Mee Local Learning is a loose network of hundreds of people interested in engaging young people with their own traditional culture and with the local culture and folklore of their families, regions, and the larger world. They work in public agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, universities, museums, community centers, libraries, and out-of-school education settings. Local Learning publishes quarterly E-Bulletins sharing news of the latest folk arts in education resources, events, and announcements. Sign up to receive Local Learning E-Bulletins here. News Bulletin from April 2019 As we at Local Learning enjoy the first signs of spring around the nation, we are also finding ourselves confronted in diverse educational spaces with challenges in natural and built environments. What role can folklore and its attention to local arts, knowledge, and people play in these fraught spaces? News Bulletin from December 2018 Announcing Guest Editor of 2019 Journal of Folklore and Education Special issue “The Art of the Interview.” Also, call for submissions to the Journal, job postings, and a thank you for helping us celebrate 25 years of Local Learning. News Bulletin from September/October 2018 This e-bulletin includes information about the 2018 National Heritage Fellows, the Buffalo American Folklore Society meeting, and our 25th anniversary. News Bulletin from June 2018 Summer can mean many things–gardens root and bloom, classrooms are cleaned up and supplies stored in boxes, and camps for our students and children pop up in the park, library, and community center. Amidst this time of growth and change, we ask ourselves and you: What will learning look like this summer? What will nourish and renew us as we work and play? Also, meet our new intern, read about resources, and learn more about workshops being offered around the nation this 
by E. Mee
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
The Source: MLA Style 0 E. Mee An e-mail newsletter all about MLA style, archived in the MLA Style Center. Subscribe at the bottom of the archive page at https://style.mla.org/the-source-archive/. MLA News Digest December 2018 Election Results, MLA Grant Winners, and More! MLA News Digest November 2018 Profession, MLA Elections, and more.
by E. Mee
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
NEXO: Newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute 0 E. Mee Established in 1989, JSRI is the premier Latino research institute in the Midwest with a history of research on Latino communities, farmworkers and their families, farmers, and youth. It is highly regarded in Latino communities in Michigan and across the region and the country. Its mission is the generation, dissemination and application of knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest and across the nation, with emphases on health disparities, entrepreneurship, and service delivery system gaps.  To read NEXO, the official newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute, visit JSRI's website. Fall 2018, Volume XXII No. 1 This newsletter features an informational article on música tejana in Michigan, based on Laurie Sommers' past research for the Michigan State University Museum/Michigan Traditional Arts Program, and Richard Cruz Davila's new work with JSRI at MSU. 
by E. Mee
Monday, November 5, 2018

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