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Unformatted text preview: Brennan Jackson, Section 103, 2/10/10 RESPONSE TO READINGS – What is the author's main point?- Why are we reading this in conjunction with a certain week's theme? What is it's relationship to a theme such as Nationalism, Tradition, or Heritage?- What is your critique? Do you agree or disagree with some of the arguments?- How could you use this kind of analysis in your collections interpretation?- What are parts you found confusing? Phantoms of Romantic Nationalism in Folkloristics • The author's main point is that there are strong traces of the nationalistic origins of folklore that still remain within the field, despite the growing trend to shift away from such view. We are reading this as an introduction to the course; it helps to illustrate the origins of folklore and, by explaining some of its history and origin, illuminate the meaning of what folklore is (demonstrated to...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2012 for the course ANTHRO 160AC taught by Professor Briggs during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.
- Spring '08