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Key:
  session will be recorded and available for later viewing online

8:00 am–9:00 am
Director 5

Section Conveners Breakfast

8:00 am–9:30 am
Tulsa North

Breakfast with a Fellow

8:00 am–1:00 pm
Promenade D

Ask an Archivist

8:00 am–1:00 pm
Promenade D

Exhibit Room Open

8:00 am–5:00 pm
Studio 304

Quiet Room

8:00 am–5:00 pm
Client Office

Room for Families

8:00 am–10:00 am

Concurrent Sessions (07a)

07-05  Maintaining, Reshaping, and Recentering Periphery in Community Spaces [hybrid]

07-08  Women, Legend, and Ballad in Greater Mexico

8:30 am–10:00 am

Concurrent Sessions (07b)

07-01  Vocation and Avocation [hybrid]

07-03  Sacred Spaces [hybrid]

07-04  Exalting the Folk at the Feet of Himalaya: Representations of Folklore in Himachal Pradesh, India [hybrid]  

07-06  A Pedagogy of Frictions: Traveling Fields of Blood, Oil, and Trauma in Oklahoma

07-09  Ethics, Change, and Documentation

07-13  Native American Expressive Cultures

8:30 am–10:00 am
Oklahoma South

Leading Intergenerational Succession with Black Organizations, a Conversation with Andrew Carter

9:00 am–12:00 pm
Studio 315

Decolonizing Folklore Authors Workshop – Closed Session

10:00 am–12:00 pm

Tour of Greenwood Historical District

10:30 am–12:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions (08)

08-01  Queering Disney [hybrid]  

08-02  Approaches to Conspiracy Theory: Time, Parody, Politics, and Ostension

08-03  Drawing from Ethnographic Materials: Creating Comics from Ethnographic and Oral History Fieldwork and Archives [hybrid]  

08-04  Metafolkloristics: What Should Folklorists Do? [hybrid]

08-05  Stigma: Foodways at the Intersections of What is Marginalized and Centralized [hybrid]

08-06  Black Oklahoma: Past, Present, and Futures

08-07  Navigating Trauma, Healing, and Reconciliation in Research Collections

08-08  Story Sharing: A Folklife Community Engagement Model

08-09  The Mountain Minor Film, Discussion, and Live Music with Writer/Director Dale Farmer

08-10  Social Reform, Heritage, or Leisure? Considering North American Folk Schools Past and Present

08-11  Sounding Board II

08-12  Life During Wartime

08-13  Legendary Personalities

10:30 am–12:30 pm
Woody Guthrie Center

This Land Is Whose Land?

12:30 pm–2:15 pm
Studio 315

Festival of Ideas: Food Equity

1:00 pm–2:15 pm
Director 3

African American Folklore Section Business Meeting

1:15 pm–2:15 pm
Director 1

Chicana/o and Folklore Latino/x Section Business Meeting

1:15 pm–2:15 pm
Oklahoma North

Mediterranean Studies Section Business Meeting

1:15 pm–2:15 pm
Director 5

Music and Song Section Business Meeting

2:00 pm–8:00 pm
offsite TBD

Cherokee Language Concert

2:30 pm–4:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions (09)

09-01  Perspectives on Material Culture [hybrid]

09-02  A Tribute to Anna Lomax Wood

09-03  Making Connections: Reflections on the African American Craft Initiative [hybrid]

09-04  Acquisitioning Data or Preserving a Life’s Work: How Folklorists and Archivists Negotiate the Preservation of Folklore [hybrid]  

09-05  Talking the Nonprofit Turn: A Conversation with the Founders of Texas Folklife Resources  

09-06  Exploring Folklore and Literature

09-07  Vernacular Responses to COVID

09-08  Re-Examining Musical Imaginaries: The Place of Sound in Shaping Community

09-09  Gender and Belief

09-10  Place and Memory

09-11  Student Centered Folklore

09-12  Film: Dutch Hop!

09-13  Food, Terroir, and Tourism

09-14  Examining Folk and Fairy Tales

4:45 pm–5:30 pm
Tulsa South

Time of Remembrance

5:30 pm–6:15 pm
Tulsa South

AFS Business Meeting    

6:15 pm–7:00 pm
Tulsa North

Candidates’ Reception

7:00 pm–8:15 pm
Tulsa South

AFS President-Invited Plenary Event  

8:30 pm–10:30 pm
offsite TBD

Closing Reception and Participatory Native American Stomp Dance

Sponsored by:
AFS Local Planning Committee
American Folklore Society

American Folklore Society Annual Meetings often conclude with a participatory and celebratory dance event. Full and final details will be available in the final online program, but here the Society notes that the Local Arrangements Committee is working with Native American cultural leaders to plan a participatory stomp dance as the concluding social event for the annual meeting. As anticipated, this would be open to all annual meeting attendees as well as to other Native and non-Native participants. Stomp dance is the shared social dance form found among almost all of the Native American Nations of eastern Oklahoma, including among the Cherokee, Muscogee, Shawnee, and Yuchi living in and near the city of Tulsa.

This live event will not be recorded.

9:00 pm–12:00 am
Director 5

Instrumental Music Jam Session

9:00 pm–12:00 am
Director 1

Vocal Music Jam Session