Carol B. Spellman (1951–2017)

Carol B. Spellman (1951–2017) 210 Journal of American Folklore 131 (2018) (Spectrum books, 1990). in his last scholarly c arol b . Spellman (1951–2017) book, Blood on the Tides (u niversity of o r ch- ester p ress, 2014), he returned to his first love, Anne p ryor the epic in Africa, and to the work of his ad W - isconsin Teachers of Local Culture mired friend, the poet and scholar Jep ohn per p c lark- b ekederemo, analyzing in depth thee f Th olklore community lost a vibrant light with Ozidi Saga that his friend recorded and dra- the passing of a c rol b eth Spellman on January matized. 26, 2017. c arol was a Western folklorist through o kpewho’s achievements were well recog- birth, education, and employment. She special- nized. As a leader in the field of African folkize - d in folklife and education, filmmaking, and lore, he was electer d esiden p t of thn e tierna- irish music. c arol exuded vitality with a defin- tional Society for ora it l era l ture in Africa ing joie de vivre despite living with a serious (2002–2006). h e was appointed a Fellow in the illness http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of American Folklore American Folklore Society

Carol B. Spellman (1951–2017)

Journal of American Folklore, Volume 131 (520) – Apr 27, 2018

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Abstract

210 Journal of American Folklore 131 (2018) (Spectrum books, 1990). in his last scholarly c arol b . Spellman (1951–2017) book, Blood on the Tides (u niversity of o r ch- ester p ress, 2014), he returned to his first love, Anne p ryor the epic in Africa, and to the work of his ad W - isconsin Teachers of Local Culture mired friend, the poet and scholar Jep ohn per p c lark- b ekederemo, analyzing in depth thee f Th olklore community lost a vibrant light with Ozidi Saga that his friend recorded and dra- the passing of a c rol b eth Spellman on January matized. 26, 2017. c arol was a Western folklorist through o kpewho’s achievements were well recog- birth, education, and employment. She special- nized. As a leader in the field of African folkize - d in folklife and education, filmmaking, and lore, he was electer d esiden p t of thn e tierna- irish music. c arol exuded vitality with a defin- tional Society for ora it l era l ture in Africa ing joie de vivre despite living with a serious (2002–2006). h e was appointed a Fellow in the illness

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