The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: Volume 14: by Glenn Hinson, William Ferris PDF

By Glenn Hinson, William Ferris

ISBN-10: 0807833460

ISBN-13: 9780807833469

ISBN-10: 0807859893

ISBN-13: 9780807859896

Southern folklife is the center of southern tradition. taking a look at conventional practices nonetheless carried on this present day in addition to at features of folklife which are dynamic and emergent, individuals to this quantity of the hot Encyclopedia of Southern tradition learn a large diversity of people traditions. relocating past the conventional view of folklore that situates it in historic perform and narrowly outlined genres, entries during this quantity reveal how folklife is still an essential component of groups' self-definitions. Fifty thematic entries deal with topics resembling automobile tradition, funerals, hip-hop, and powwows. In fifty six topical entries, members concentrate on extra particular parts of folklife, comparable to roadside memorials, collegiate stepping, quincea?era celebrations, New Orleans marching bands, and looking canine. jointly, the entries show that southern folklife is dynamically alive and far and wide round us, giving desiring to the standard unfolding of neighborhood lifestyles.

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Southernness, after all, is a claim to imagined connectedness, a declaration of identity that grounds itself in shared practice and shared understandings. Although this grounding frequently invokes the past (witness the region’s ongoing infatuation with “heritage”), this invocation itself is an act that unfolds in the present; like so many other shared practices, the foregrounding of memory is a choice and not some innate feature of the southern mind. As such, it is not unlike the South’s heralded preference for sweet tea or its insistence on good manners, all the products of shared decisions whose goal is to articulate and embody deeply held values.

Ms. Mathewes filled each matched star with precisely cut triangles and framed them with uniformly even border strips. She then punctuated each strip’s corner with a small, symmetrical, nine-patch square. Ms. Roach deepened the quilt’s overall symmetry by quilting matching wreaths in the blocks’ centers and four corners and half wreaths at their midpoints. The triple triangles and enclosing ovals add a final touch of bilateral symmetry to each framing strip, completing the quilt’s arresting aesthetic statement.

Historically White” designates those southern communities that have historically self-identified as white, communities that largely trace their ancestry to England, Scotland, and Ireland (and, to a lesser degree, to France, Spain, and Germany). The term makes no claims to represent the practices of the far more diverse set of communities that currently self-identify as white. FOLKLIFE 25 This page intentionally left blank Aesthetics, African American African American aesthetics is an open-ended tradition that favors extensive experimentation in a search for novelty.

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