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Michael Chaney

Joan Brooks

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There is much activity in the northeast in folklore and oral history. On April 28 the New England Association of Oral History will observe its tenth anniversary at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, the site of the founding meeting. The New England Task Force on Folklife is continuing its work in promoting an awareness of the various research projects in folklore and folklife in the New England region. The Apprenticeship Journal was christened in Rockport in the Spring of 1983, and the Massachusetts Council of the Arts and Humanities has a full-time Folk Arts Coordinator. Oral History: An Interdisciplinary Anthology is due to be published by the American Association of State and Local History in the Spring of 1984. The book is a collection of thirty-seven articles on the theory and interpretation of oral history.


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