Journal of American Folklore 127 (2014) The Individual and Tradition: Folkloristic Perspectives. ed. ray cashman, tom mould, and Pravina Shukla. (bloomington: indiana university Press, 2011. Pp. ix + 547, table of contents, introduction, 122 black-and-white illustrations, notes, references, bibliography, acknowledgments, tabula gratulatoria, contributors, index.) Angus kress Gillespie Rutgers University This book is a Festschrift put together to form a tribute volume to the highly respected scholar henry Glassie on the occasion of his recent retirement from serving as Professor of Folklore at indiana university in bloomington. known for his work in folk art, folklife, vernacular architecture, and material culture, Glassie has published significant books on the folklore of not only the united States, but also ireland, turkey, and bangladesh. Glassie received his bA from tulane university in 1964, and his mA from the cooperstown Graduate Program of the State university of new york in 1965. on the cooperstown website we are told: "For over forty-five years, henry Glassie has been the foremost folklorist in the united States." he received his PhD from the university of Pennsylvania in 1969. Glassie was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim memorial Foundation Fellowship in 1972. Four years later, in 1976, Glassie replaced kenneth
Journal of American Folklore – American Folklore Society
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