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Judith Binkele McCulloh (1935–2014)

Judith Binkele McCulloh (1935–2014) o bit uary Judith b inkele m cc ulloh (1935–2014) batical leave. Judy became acting associate di- rectori. had just begun to work there as a n eil V. r osenberg graduate assistant; she assigned me to copy my Professor Emeritus, Memorial University large collection b io ll f m onroe show tapes and prepare a listening guide to the collection for At the 2014 annual meeting, American Folklor v ei siting patron is. t is difficult to recall the fact Society Presiden m t ichael Ann Williams an- that, at the time, not all folklorists or ethnomu- nounced a new prize, the Judim th cc ulloh sicologists were convinced of the relevance of Award fol r if etime Service to the Field. Formerb luegrass music grem at onroe to our field of AFS President (1987) m cc ulloh died July 13, study. Judy was a key player in the move to rec- 2014, in u rbana, illinois, where she’d lived for ognize the importance of such music in A - mer many years. The prize appropriately reflects a ican cultural history. unique career, built upon work as a publisher Judy began working at t uhni e versity oif http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of American Folklore American Folklore Society

Judith Binkele McCulloh (1935–2014)

Journal of American Folklore , Volume 129 (511) – Apr 6, 2016

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American Folklore Society
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Copyright © 2008 the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.
ISSN
1535-1882

Abstract

o bit uary Judith b inkele m cc ulloh (1935–2014) batical leave. Judy became acting associate di- rectori. had just begun to work there as a n eil V. r osenberg graduate assistant; she assigned me to copy my Professor Emeritus, Memorial University large collection b io ll f m onroe show tapes and prepare a listening guide to the collection for At the 2014 annual meeting, American Folklor v ei siting patron is. t is difficult to recall the fact Society Presiden m t ichael Ann Williams an- that, at the time, not all folklorists or ethnomu- nounced a new prize, the Judim th cc ulloh sicologists were convinced of the relevance of Award fol r if etime Service to the Field. Formerb luegrass music grem at onroe to our field of AFS President (1987) m cc ulloh died July 13, study. Judy was a key player in the move to rec- 2014, in u rbana, illinois, where she’d lived for ognize the importance of such music in A - mer many years. The prize appropriately reflects a ican cultural history. unique career, built upon work as a publisher Judy began working at t uhni e versity oif

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Published: Apr 6, 2016

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