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arrow Highmark Blue Shield Living Legacy Series, Harrisburg Sesquicentennial 1860-2010
Dr. Michael Barton is chairman of the project.
arrow Oral History Project of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Dr. Simon Bronner was consultant to the project.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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Encyclopedia of American Folklife

arrow The Encyclopedia of American Studies
Professor Simon Bronner is editor.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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Cultural Analysis

Dr. Buccitelli of the American Studies faculty at Penn State Harrisburg is co-editor of Cultural Analysis, an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal associated with the Society for International Ethnology and Folklore and dedicated to investigating expressive and everyday culture. The journal features analytical research articles, notes, reviews, and cross-disciplinary responses that are available in full-text versions online. Cultural Analysis is global in scope, with an international editorial board.

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Keystone Folklore
Keystone folklore quarterly

Keystone Folklore was the publication of the Pennsylvania Folklore Society and featured important early works in folklife and material culture, public folklore, and ethnic-urban folklore, many produced by students at the folklore and folklife program at the University of Pennsylvania

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Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review
Jewish folklore and ethnology newsletter

Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review was the publication of the Jewish Folklore and Ethnology section of the American Folklore Society, before the establishment of the Jewish Cultural Studies series published by Littman. It featured many special-themed issues, including Yiddish folklore, material culture, folk dance, foodways, pilgrimage, Israeli ethnography, folk literature, and Jews in the Heartland

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Folklore Historian

Folklore Historian is the still active publication of the History and Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society. Back issues feature essays on the history of folklore studies globally as well as studies incorporating or reflecting on historical methodologies; special issues include "Theorizing Folklore," "Symposium on the Contributions of Francis James Child to Folklore Studies," "Martha Beckwith: The First American Chair of Folklore Studies."

arrow Material Worlds Series, University Press of Kentucky
arrow Pennsylvania German History and Culture Series, Pennsylvania State University Press
arrow Jewish Cultural Studies Series, Littman Library of Jewish Civilization (Oxford)
arrow Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies
arrow World Folklore Series, Libraries Unlimited
arrow Folk Life: Journal of Ethnological Studies
arrow American Studies Program
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