Collection Title: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Folklore 550 Introduction to Material
Culture Collection, 2011
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||1 foot of linear shelf space (approximately 500 items)
||The collection contains the culminating student projects for a folklore class at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Professor Danielle Christensen taught
the course, Introduction to Material Culture, in 2011. The projects are on different
arts, crafts, foodways, and folkways, primarily in North Carolina. Topics include
camping, pottery, recreational fishing, bee keeping, canning, pie making, calligraphy,
home brewing, aromatherapy and alternative medicine, crochet, and mountain banjo.
Field notes, audio recordings of interviews with field consultants, tape logs, digital
images, and narrative reflections comprise the project of each student. Acquired as
part of the Southern Folklife Collection.
||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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- [Identification of item], in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Folklore
550 Introduction to Material Culture Collection #20458, Southern Folklife Collection,
The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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This summary description was created in November 2017 to provide information about
unprocessed materials in Wilson Special Collections Library.
Encoded by: Laura Smith, November 2017
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