Presidential Address: After the Revolution: Folklore, History, and the Future of Our Discipline

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Williams, Michael Ann; Turner, Kay
More than four decades have passed since the advent of the new folkloristics. Assessments of this revolution tend to narrowly focus on performance theory and not on whether the broader promises of this era have been realized, especially in areas of cross-disciplinary research. This address will look specifically at how attitudes toward historical scholarship have changed within the discipline of folklore and how we have constructed our own disciplinary histories during this postrevolutionary phase. Finally, the address will look to the future and whether we are reconstructing our past in our current graduate training in the discipline. 
American Folklore Society Annual Meeting Presentations
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