Accompanying the 2022 Notable Folklorists of Color: Expanding the Frames exhibition, the curators have created many additional resources to assist your explorations of the scholarship of these BIPOC ancestor scholars.
A section of this site featuring Centers and Landscapes as sites generative for the study of BIPOC folklore scholarship.
Sections of the site exploring:
- Common Threads Across Culture Groups
- Themes and Questions for Folklore Studies
- Future Research Opportunities
Extensive bibliographies linked to the panel for each featured ancestor in both exhibitions.
Roundtable discussions at the AFS Annual Meeting in Tulsa about the processes of creating the exhibitions and the significance of these BIPOC voices for folklore studies.
A 52 page guide booklet to the Notable Folklorist of Color exhibitions that will be distributed at the AFS Annual Meeting in Tulsa (2022) and will be available for download as a PDF on this website [coming soon].