Folklore’s Four Sisters
We invite you to check out Steve’s new Poetry of Everyday Life blogpost, Folklore’s Four Sisters: Scholarship, Fieldwork, Activism and Artistry. In it he discusses – for those of you who have wondered – just exactly what a folklorist does, and explains this visualization.
THE MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER
Looking Back at the Corona Virus Ten Thousand Years from Now by Kewulay KamaraPoetry of Everyday LifeBlogpost #17 IntroYou don’t even know what you know till
Everything You Ever Wanted Is Coming True: Chinese New Year’s Greetings
Poetry of Everyday Life Blogpost #16 by Martha Dahlen intro by Amy Chin and Steve Zeitlin As the Year of the Pig cycles into the
Ungentrified Sweets in a Gentrified City The Poetry of Everyday Life, blogpost 13 By Molly Garfinkel and Steve Zeitlin In the 1976 film Taxi Driver, Travis
The Legend of the Service Tree Poetry of Everyday Life Blogpost #9 “We grew up thinking that if there wasn’t pavement under our feet,
Is Brooklyn J’Ouvert Dead?
Following weeks of debate over new security measures aimed at curbing violence, Brooklyn’s much scrutinized 2017 J’Ouvert celebration thankfully took place without incident. But New Yorkers might have missed this news amidst the plethora of media stories incorrectly attributing criminal activity to the event.