2015: 62.1 (Winter-Spring 2015)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 62.1 (Winter-Spring 2015)

“Editor’s Foreword” | Leanne E. Smith – – – – – 2

“The North Carolina Folklife Institute and the Future of Public Folklore in North Carolina”
Elijah Gaddis – – – – – 4

“The Southern Oral History Program at Forty” | Sandra Davidson – – – – – 14

“The Southern Folklife Collection Turns Twenty-Five” | Sol Weiner – – – – – 22

“Harnessing the Power of Storytelling: Folklore Studies Today” | Katy Clune – – – – – 32

“Holler: Reflections on the Roots of the Contemporary Homestead” (photo essay)
Laura Fieselman and Lukas Burgher – – – – – 36

“What Is in a Name? Public Perceptions and Private Identities of Two Men Named Willard Watson”
Willard Cline Watson III – – – – – 43

“‘Don’t Cut Bluff’—Twenty Years of Music and Activism at the Bluff Mountain Festival”
Kathryn Newfont, Cadence Wilmoth, Madison Moss, Ian Kirkpatrick, and Brandon Johnson – – – – – 65

Book Review: Fiona Ritchie and Doug Orr’s Wayfaring Strangers | Trevor McKenzie – – – – – 96

“Remembering Joe Wilson” | George Holt – – – – – 102

Student Project Abstracts – – – – – 105
from UNC: Kathryn (Katy) Clune, Sandra Davidson, Graham Hoppe, Alison Kinney
from ETSU: Heather Lenae Miller

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Cover image: Collage poster about the Betty Place Trail, named for Betty Smith
(2001 Brown-Hudson Award recipient), Bluff Mountain Festival, June 13, 2015. Photo: Madison Moss.

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