Folklore and Contagion: Legends and Vernacular Risk Perception

Professor of Practice / Director of Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts

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Virginia Siegel
Subjects: Folklore

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Finding and Assessing Folklore Texts

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Popular Journals for Folklore and Folklife

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