Virtual ProgramWednesday, October 20

34-06 Preserving and Presenting Folklore Throughout History

Wednesday, October 20, 2:15 pm–3:45 pm

  session will be recorded and available for later viewing online


Chair: Mathilde Frances Lind (Indiana University)

2:15 pm
Fairy-Tale Tourism in Germany: On the Road with the Brothers Grimm
Claudia Schwabe (Utah State University)

2:30 pm
Behind the Scenes of Leggende delle Alpi (1889): Maria Savi-Lopez and the Quest for Popular Traditions in Post-Unification Italy
Elena Sottilotta (University of Cambridge, UK)

3:00 pm
“Crime and Juvenile Delinquency – My Pet Hobby at Present”: Margaret Walker and the WPA in Chicago.
Kathi King (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)

3:15 pm
Through the Spokes of a Spinning Wheel: A Tale of Rescue and Restoration from the History of Estonian Ethnography
Mathilde Frances Lind (Indiana University)

Assembled Panel