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Introduction: Creative Texts | Creative Traditions

Sandy Hébert LaBry | Originally published in 2021

Corridos: (Mostly) True Stories in Verse with Music

Celestino Fernández | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Make the Anvil Theirs: When Poetry Meets Folklore

Dennie P. Wolf | Originally published in 2021

Journal of Folklore and Education 2021 Reviews

James I. Deutsch, Jennifer Barajas, Susan Eleuterio, Sarah McCartt-Jackson | Originally published in 2021

The Urban Art Mapping Project: A Discussion of Street Art Preservation and Antiracism

Frederica Simmons, Amber Delgado, Rachel Weiher, Eve Wasylik, Adem Ojulu, Olivia Tjokrosetio, Shukrani Nangwala, Heather Shirey, Paul Lorah, and David Todd Lawrence | Originally published in 2021

Pieces of Now: Arts Born of Protest

Carol Ghiorsi Hart | Originally published in 2021

Walls Are Not Black and White: Student Exploration of Border Walls through Creative Writing

Lisa Falk and Marge Pellegrino | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Inspired by Calaveras: Involving Middle-School Students in Writing about el Día de los Muertos during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Ethan Sharp with Carolina Quiroga and Ashlee Collins | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

A Material Culture Approach to Academic Writing: Protests, Pandemic, and Community-Engaged Pedagogy

Incoronata Inserra | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Black Hair as Metaphor Explored through Duoethnography and Arts-Based Research

Kathy J. Brown and Lynnette M. Gilbert | Originally published in 2021
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Stumbling into Folklore: Using Family Stories in Public Speaking

Bonny McDonald and Alexandria Hatchett | Originally published in 2021

En Route to Togiak

Moe Bowstern | Originally published in 2021
This article is part of the FisherPoets section.

FisherPoetry: An Occupational Tradition

Jon Broderick | Originally published in 2021
This article is part of the FisherPoets section.

“Hey, Folklorists!” FisherPoets and Public Folklorists: Practicing Partnership

Riki Saltzman | Originally published in 2021
This article is part of the FisherPoets section.

Four Excerpts from Canícula: Snapshots of a Girlhood en la Frontera

Norma Elia Cantú | Originally published in 2021

Pilgrimage

Vicie A. Rolling | Originally published in 2021

Written in Beads: Storytelling as Transmission of Haudenosaunee Culture

Karen Ann Hoffman | Originally published in 2021

Yo vengo de…

Vivian Muñoz and George Zavala | Originally published in 2021

Hearing Between the Words: Toward the Slow Study of Traditional Riddles

David E. K. Smith and Mary Kancewick | Originally published in 2021

A Focus on Folklife: Fostering Cultural Equity at HistoryMiami Museum

Michael Knoll, Tina Menendez, and Vanessa Navarro Maza | Originally published in 2020

Folk Culture: A Vessel for Equity in Education

Selina Morales | Originally published in 2020
Read an interview with Ira L. Bond, included in this article.

Journal of Folklore and Education 2020 Reviews

Winona Wynn, Elena Foulis, Lisa Gabbert, Jordan Laney | Originally published in 2020

The Stories We Tell: Disrupting the Myth of Neutrality in Math through Counternarratives

Kristyn Lue and Blake O’Neal Turner | Originally published in 2020

The Ohio Field School: A Collaborative Model for University-Community Research

Katherine Borland, Cassie Rosita Patterson, and Jasper Waugh-Quasebarth | Originally published in 2020

Untold Stories, Unsung Heroes: Using Visual Narratives to Resist Historical Exclusion, Exoticization, and Gentrification in Boston Chinatown

Carolyn Leung Rubin, Loan Thi Dao, Izabela Villanueva, and Cynthia Woo | Originally published in 2020
This article includes Classroom Connections.

Let's stand together, rep my tribe forever: Teaching Toward Equity through Collective Songwriting at the Yakama Nation Tribal School

Kaity Cassio Igari, Juliana Cantarelli Vita, Jack Flesher, Cameron Armstrong, Skúli Gestsson, and Patricia Shehan Campbell | Originally published in 2020

Ago/Ame: Co-Teaching Community Cultural Knowledge with a Local Expert

Avalon Brimat Nemec with Jeannine Osayande | Originally published in 2020

We Are All Essential: Is the Heart the Last Frontier?

Madaha Kinsey-Lamb | Originally published in 2020

Revitalizing Folk Art within the Community

Beverly Robinson | Originally published in 2020

Documenting Power, Beauty, and Responsibility in Action

Stephen Furze, Photographer | Originally published in 2020

A Note on the Pedagogy of Equity

Diana Baird N’Diaye | Originally published in 2020

Journal of Folklore and Education 2019 Reviews

Timothy H. Evans, Virginia Siegel, Nic Hartmann, Lynne Hamer, Suzanne Godby Ingalsbe | Originally published in 2019

A Note: Bridging Cultural Gaps through Interviews

Raymond M. Summerville | Originally published in 2019

Interview as Curriculum and Collaboration: Behind the Scenes of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Field School

Emily West Hartlerode, Makaela Kroin, Ken Parshall, Anne Pryor, Riki Saltzman, Dana Creston Smith, and Valerie Switzler | Originally published in 2019

Weaving Our Histories: Latin@ Ethnography in the Heritage Language Classroom

Elena Foulis and Jennifer Barajas | Originally published in 2019

Students Listen to Voices of the City with the Urban Memory Project

Rebecca Krucoff | Originally published in 2019

Tell Me What the World Was Like When You Were Young: Talking About Ourselves

Simon Lichman and Rivanna Miller | Originally published in 2019

The Artful Interview in Documentary Production

Carol Spellman | Originally published in 2019

In Celebration: Remembering Carol Spellman

Paddy Bowman | Originally published in 2019

Of Art and the Interview: Woven Performance

Bonnie S. Sunstein | Originally published in 2019

City Lore Interviewing Guide

Amanda Dargan | Originally published in 2019

Filming Deaf Stories: Interviews in American Sign Language

Jean Lindquist Bergey and Zilvinas Paludnevicius | Originally published in 2019

With Feet on Common Ground

Tim Frandy | Originally published in 2018

Documenting Disaster: A Student and Teacher Learning Experience

Nancy Solomon | Originally published in 2018

Cultivating Aloha 'Āina Through Critical Indigenous Pedagogies of Place

Maureen K. Porter and Nik Cristobal | Originally published in 2018

Placing Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge at the Center of Our Research and Teaching

Michelle M. Jacob, Emily West Hartlerode, Jennifer R. O’Neal, Janne Underriner, Joana Jansen, and Kelly M. LaChance | Originally published in 2018

A Pedagogy of Making Do

Danielle Henn | Originally published in 2018

A Curriculum of Wonder: An Interview with Mark Wagler

Mark Wagler and Tim Frandy | Originally published in 2018

Creating Stewardship for the Chauvin Sculpture Garden in a Coastal Louisiana Fishing Town

Gary LaFleur, Jr., and Dennis Sipiorski | Originally published in 2018

Grounding Ourselves: From Here, This Looks Like Me

Paddy Bowman | Originally published in 2018

Our River, Our Home: A Critical Pedagogy of Place

Ellen McHale and John McKeeby | Originally published in 2018

Growing Right: Pop-Up and Popular Pedagogies for Public Environmental Folklife

Jess Lamar Reece Holler, with Carol Goland, Scott Williams, and Jeremy Purser | Originally published in 2018

Eating Your Homework: One Family’s Intersections of Science, Place, Foodways, and Education

Lisa L. Higgins and Katherine Haag Rogers | Originally published in 2018

Folk Illusions as Emic, Educational Prompt

K. Brandon Barker | Originally published in 2018

Strategies to Broaden Knowledge: Citizen Scientists and Citizen Folklorists

Maribel Alvarez and Gary Paul Nabhan | Originally published in 2018

Siftr: A Tool for the Folklore Classroom

Thomas A. DuBois, Ruth Olson, B. Marcus Cederström, James Mathews, and David Gagnon | Originally published in 2018

Supporting Iñupiaq Arts And Education

Sean Asiqłuq Topkok | Originally published in 2018

Journal of Folklore and Education 2017 Reviews

Lilli Tichinin, Kathryn R. Taylor, Jeana Jorgensen, Trista Reis Porter, Lewis C. Seifert | Originally published in 2017

The Quilted Conscience

John Sorensen | Originally published in 2017

Music Teachers Reimagining Musical Focus, Function, and Performance for Newcomer Students

Christopher Mena with Elia Bojorquez | Originally published in 2017

The Sewing Circle Project: Reflections on Ten Years

Lynne Williamson | Originally published in 2017

What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts

Amanda Dargan | Originally published in 2017

Sheeko Xariir: A Story to Connect Us: Somali-American Storytelling in the Classroom

Ruth Smith with Qorsho Hassan | Originally published in 2017

Children of Shangri-Lost

Maureen K. Porter and Susan A. Dawkins | Originally published in 2017

Diversity among Themselves, Diversity in Others

Amy Brueck | Originally published in 2017

Newcomer English Learners

Lucinda Megill Legendre, Janice Prevail, Kristin M. Larsen, Amy Brueck, and Linda Deafenbaugh | Originally published in 2017

Introduction: Newcomers and Belonging

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2017

Project Based Learning: Elementary Students as Researchers of Immigration Narratives

Natasha Agrawal | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Heritage Repatriation and Educational Sovereignty at an Ojibwe Public School

B. Marcus Cederström, Thomas A. DuBois, Tim Frandy, and Colin Gioia Connors | Originally published in 2016

Dismantling Racism in Museum Education

Marit Dewhurst and Keonna Hendrick | Originally published in 2016

Public Folklore Programs and University Museums: Partnerships in Education

Lisa L. Higgins, Special Section Editor | Originally published in 2016

Journal of Folklore and Education 2016 Reviews

Sarah M. Hatcher, Greg Reish, Katharine Schramm | Originally published in 2016

Inspired Learning: The Smithsonian Folklife Festival and Art Museum Education Strategies

Betty J. Belanus and Charmaine Branch | Originally published in 2016

Spotlight: Local Learning @ Vermilionville

Paddy Bowman | Originally published in 2016

Museum Cultural Ambassadors: Parent Engagement through Museum and School Partnerships

Dawn Brooks-Decosta, Francis Estrada, and Erin K. Hylton | Originally published in 2016

Like a Jazz Song: Designing for Community Engagement in Museums

Suzanne Seriff | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Introduction: Intersections: Folklore and Museum Education

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2016

Writing as Alchemy: Turning Objects into Stories, Stories into Objects

Rossina Zamora Liu and Bonnie Stone Sunstein | Originally published in 2016

Native Eyes: Honoring the Power of Coming Together

Lisa Falk and Jennifer Juan | Originally published in 2016

The Urgency of Empathy and Social Impact in Museums

Mike Murawski | Originally published in 2016

Between Two Worlds: A Collaborative Curriculum Addressing Immigration through Folk Art, Media Literacy, and Digital Storytelling

Laura Marcus Green with Katy Gross and Tara Trudell | Originally published in 2016
This article is part of the Local Learning Focus: The Gallery of Conscience.

Bridging Collaborative Ethnography and Democratic Education

Alison Kinney | Originally published in 2015

Folklife Education: A Warm Welcome Schools Extend to Communities

Linda Deafenbaugh | Originally published in 2015

Stories from Deep in the Heart

Charles Lockwood | Originally published in 2015

The Art of Seeing: Visual Anthropology as a Road into Experience

Luci Fernandes | Originally published in 2015

Questing with Alan Lomax: Michigan’s Historic Field Recordings Inspire a New Generation

Laurie Kay Sommers and Samuel Seth Bernard | Originally published in 2015

Developing Relationships with New American Communities

Julianne Morse | Originally published in 2015

Pen Tapping: Forbidden Folklore

Anna Beresin | Originally published in 2015

Kickflip: Expanding Digital Learning Opportunities for Skateboarders and Other Teen Subcultures

Tal Bar-­‐Zemer and Jessica Forsyth | Originally published in 2015

Introduction: Youth in Community

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2015

Discovering Community, Transforming Education

A Conversation with Gregory Sharrow | Originally published in 2015

Exploring Culture and Identity through Folk Dance Costume

Susan Eleuterio | Originally published in 2014

Overheard: Dress Sayings and Proverbs

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2014

Behind the Lens: Girls of Color in the Media at the Museum of the African Diaspora

Indiia Wilmott | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

A Closer Look at AS220 Youth

Anne Kugler | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

Art of Style @ JazzFest

Jenna Bonistalli and Elise Gallinot Goldman | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

The Smithsonian’s Will to Adorn Youth Access Project: Engaging and Connecting Youth through Community Based Cultural Research and Presentation

Diana Baird N’Diaye | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

The Guayabera and Cultural Research

Paddy Bowman | Originally published in 2014

Marks of Distinction in an Afro-­Brazilian Martial Art

Lauren Miller Griffith | Originally published in 2014

The Will to Adorn Youth Access Program

Sally A. Van de Water | Originally published in 2014
This article is part of the The Will to Adorn project.

On Tattoos and Tangents: Discussing Research in the Classroom

Martha C. Sims | Originally published in 2014

National Heritage Fellows Portrait Gallery

Alan Govenar and Paddy Bowman | Originally published in 2014

Expressing and Reading Identity through Photographs

Lisa Falk | Originally published in 2014

Introducing the Journal of Folklore and Education

Paddy Bowman and Lisa Rathje | Originally published in 2014

Journal of Folklore and Education 2018 Reviews

Nicole Musgrave, Shannon Branfield, Tricia Ferdinand-Clarke, Lisa L. Higgins