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This class was tough.
If you're interested in different methods of recording folklore and tradition, this is a fascinating course taught by a professor who has done a lot of impressive fieldwork.
I learned a lot about problems in the way folklore used to be researched and organized, and how fieldwork can lead to appropriation even today, as in music that samples field recordings without permission. I also learned exactly what constitutes folklore.
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There is a lot of reading to do for this course, and you need to do it. Don't leave the final project until the last minute!
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