2007: 54.1 (Spring-Summer 2007)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 54.1 (Spring-Summer 2007)

News from the North Carolina Folklore Society:
“Let’s Talk about It: A Discussion Series on how Folklore Crafts Our Literature,
Lives, and Communities” | Melanie Miller – – – – – 2

“The Folklore of Food at the Lake Eden Arts Festival” | Paul Denkenberger – – – – – 6

“Fragrant Memories: They’ll Get Your Attention” | Erica Abrams Locklear – – – – – 12

“The History and Evolution of the Shag: A Carolina Tradition” | Carroll A. Brown – – – – – 18

“‘The People What Makes the Town:’ Semiotics of Home and Town Spaces
in Princeville, North Carolina” | Tyler Kendall – – – – – 33

“Mule Musings and Mule Mania . . . Benson Traditions” | Charlotte G. Spradling – – – – – 54

Book Reviews
Tim Merriman and Lisa Brochu’s The History of Heritage Interpretation | Teri Brewer – – – – – 68
Martha C. Sims and Martine Stephens’ Living Folklore: An Introduction to the Study of
People and Their Traditions
| Krysten Buchanan – – – – – 70

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Cover image: Mules at Benson’s Mule Days celebration, 2004. Photo: Ken Tart.

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