3 edition of Afro-American folklore collections. found in the catalog.
Afro-American folklore collections.
Wayne State University. Folklore Archive.
|Series||Annotated holdings list - Wayne State University Folklore Archive ; no. 1|
|LC Classifications||Z5984.U6 W39 1977, GR103 W39 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||79622034|
A treasury of Afro-American folklore: the oral literature, traditions, recollections, legends, tales, songs, religious beliefs, customs, sayings, and humor of peoples of African descent in the Americas Item PreviewPages: nineteen collections of Black American folklore now in print, I noted that only three of them are by Black authors (Hughes and Bontemps, Book of Negro Folklore [Dodd, Mead, ], Brewer, American Negro Folklore [Quadrangle, (original-ly published in ) ], and Julius Lester's Black Folktales [Grove, ]).
The Anthology of American Folk Music, edited by Harry Smith (–), is one of the most influential releases in the history of recorded ally issued by Folkways Records in , the Anthology brought virtually unknown parts of America's musical landscape recorded in the late s and early s to the public's attention. For more than half a century, the . A treasury of African folklore: the oral literature, traditions, myths, legends, epics, tales, recollections, wisdom, sayings, and humor of AfricaPages:
Alan Dundes, ed., Mother Wit from the Laughing Barrel: Readings in the Interpretation of Afro-American Folklore, Lawrence W. Levine, Black Culture and Black Consciousness: Afro-American Folk Thought from Slavery to Freedom, Black memorabilia, sometimes called Black Americana, describes objects and ephemera relating to African American and Afro-European history. Most of this material was produced from the 18th through the 20th centuries. Frequently, these household items reflect racist ideas about black people through offensive and dehumanizing caricatures. However.
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This book is one of the foundations of African-American folklore collections in the United States. Essentially, Miss Christensen was a White Northerner who recorded the tales of African-American ex-slaves and Gullah speakers in South Carolina's St.
Helena Island in the s/5(2). A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore: The Oral Literature, Traditions, Recollections, Legends, Tales, Songs, Religious Beliefs, Customs, Sayings and Humor of Peoples of African American Descent in the Americas by Harold Courlanderis is a much loved, often used book and cited text in my personal library--it is bound to be the same for anyone Cited by: A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore is a must-read for anyone interested in this exciting aspect of America's cultural history.
Illustrated with photographs and drawings throughout, this classic collection is now beautifully repackaged. "This is the most important collection of Afro-American folklore compiled."—Ralph EllisonCited by: This is a wonderful and diverse collection of folktales drawn from throughout the African diaspora.
Despite being the work of a professional ethnologist-folklorist (i.e., the Aarne-Thompson category numbers are included in the annotation), the stories are presented clearly and unadorned with unnecessary scholarly adumbration/5. In A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore, editor Harold Courlander brings together an extensive and unique collection of tales, recollections, epics, traditions, beliefs, myths, historical chronicles, and songs from the numerous Negro cultures of the New World/5.
make offer - negro dialect recitations-jokes-humor-folklore - 4 books,Salesman Sample, Progress and Achievement of the Colored People African-American $ Following A Treasury of African Folklore (), this is a similar patchwork of materials from—the book's chief distinction—the Caribbean and parts of South America as well as the United States.
Where stories, songs or sayings were collected, they are represented; some are early, some relatively late. Eyewitness reports of customs and traditions are also excerpted irrespective of. Posts about African folklore written by abookofcreatures.
Variations: Lokwata, Luquata; Balukwata (pl.) Victoria Nyanza is home to the Lukwata. The deeds and misdeeds of this great sea-serpent are told on both sides of the lake, from Uganda to the Kavirondo (Winam) Gulf in Kenya.
ISBN: X X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Race pride & folklore / Newbell Niles Puckett --As crinkly as yours / Eldridge Cleaver --My people. my people!/ Zora Neale Hurston --Negro folk cult / Harold Preece --Backgrounds of folklore in Negro literature / Sterling A.
Brown. In introductory chapters, literature scholar Gates (Life Upon These Shores) reviews the sometimes disputatious history of collecting African-American folklore, while folklorist Tatar (The Annotated Brothers Grimm) clarifies the organizing principle behind the book’s arrangement of stories, which go from continental-African tales to African 5/5(1).
ROGER D. ABRAHAMS () was the Hum Rosen Professor of Folklore and Folklife at the University of Pennsylvania, president of the American Folklore Society, and the author of many books, monographs, and articles on African American, Creole, Caribbean, and.
A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore: The Oral Literature, Traditions, Recollections, Legends, Tales, Songs, Religious Beliefs, Customs, Sayings and Humor of Peoples of African Descent in the Americas by Harold Courlander and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore: The Oral Literature, Traditions, Recollections, Legends, Tales, Songs, Religious Beliefs, Customs, Sayings and Humor of Peoples of African Descent in the Americas () by Courlander, Harold and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(49).
African-American folklore, like the folklore of any other people, is a tradition that is community based. Folklore expresses the sensibilities and feelings of a group rather than those of any one individual.
Communities use folk traditions to maintain a connection to the past even as a community evolves and changes over time. Strange ways and sweet dreams: Afro-American folklore from the Hampton Institute / edited by Donald J.
Waters. The diversity of the collection means that the reader is all the time finding out and learning more and more about different cultures and traditions. I would recommend this book very highly to all school teachers as it is an excellent read and it provides a wealth of knowledge about the Afro-American peoples.4/5(2).
Joel Chandler Harris (December 9, – July 3, ) was an American journalist, fiction writer, and folklorist best known for his collection of Uncle Remus stories. Born in Eatonton, Georgia, where he served as an apprentice on a plantation during his teenage years, Harris spent most of his adult life in Atlanta working as an associate editor at the Atlanta : December 9,Eatonton, Georgia.
PUBLISHING: WHEN BOOK IS RULED OUT BY LIBRARY edited by B.A. Botkin and ''A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore'' by Harold Courlander. a good addition to collections needing more black. This is the book I had been planning to write for the past fifteen years, it was inevitable that if I kept procrastinating, someone would more expeditiously respond to the obvious void.
Finally H. Nigel Thomas has provided the kind of exploration and explication of the use, influence, and impact of Black folklore on literature that I perceived was so much : Daryl Cumber Dance.
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
The Negro and His Folklore in Nineteenth-Century Periodicals. (Austin: Published for the American Folklore Society by the University of Texas Press, ).
_____. Wake Up, Dead Man: Afro-American Worksongs from Texas Prisons. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ). Johnson, Alfred "Snuff." Black Cowboy Blues and Church Songs [sound.Get this from a library!
African-American folktales for young readers: including favorite stories from African and African-American storytellers. [Richard Young; Judy Dockrey Young;] -- A collection of folktales from the African-American oral tradition, presented as they have been told by professional black storytellers from Rhode Island to Oklahoma.
For decades, African-American folklore failed to capture mainstream attention and remained in a perpetually precarious position, always on the verge of being lost. Mr. Gates and Ms.
Tatar wanted Author: Lovia Gyarkye.