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Article: “A Survey of Contemporary Bai Craft Practices in the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan, China” in Museum Anthropology Review 16(1-2)

Jason Baird Jackson , November 14th, 2022


I am very happy to note a new co-authored article titled “A Survey of Contemporary Bai Craft Practices in the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan, China.” It was…


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Article: “Basketry among Two Peoples of Northern Guangxi, China” in Asian Ethnology 81(1-2)

Jason Baird Jackson , November 13th, 2022


I am very happy to note the publication of “Basketry among Two Peoples of Northern Guangxi, China” in the latest double issue of Asian Ethnology. This article is…


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Article: “Towards Wider Framings: World-Systems Analysis and Folklore Studies” in Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics 16(1)

Jason Baird Jackson , November 13th, 2022


Page one of the article “Towards Wider Framings” as typeset for the Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics. I am happy to report that my article “Towards Wider Framings:…


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Questions and Answers on Publishing Journal Articles: A Series Organized by Ilana Gershon

Jason Baird Jackson , September 14th, 2021


If you are an academic author or aspire to be one, I hope that you will check out the series organized by Ilana Gershon and published on the…


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Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community Recognized with Book Prizes

Jason Baird Jackson , November 6th, 2020


The annual business meeting of the Council for Museum Anthropology (CMA) was held today and one of its key moments was the bestowal of the annual CMA Book…


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Native North American Studies in the Work of the American Folklore Society during the First Decade of the 20th Century (1900-1909)

Jason Baird Jackson , November 4th, 2020


This is another post in a series devoted to better understanding the place of Native North American and First Nations studies within the field of folklore studies as…


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Organizing the Material So Far (Native North American Studies and AFS)

Jason Baird Jackson , November 2nd, 2020


The posts on the presence and absence of Native North American and First Nations studies within the work of the AFS were done in a non-sequential way. Several…


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Native North American Studies in the Journal of American Folklore During the 2000s and 2010s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 30th, 2020


Carrying forward from the previous post on the Journal of American Folklore (JAF) during the 1980s and 1990s, my focus here is the presence and absence of Native…


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Native North American Studies in the Journal of American Folklore During the 1980s and 1990s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 29th, 2020


In this post I continue considering the absence and presence of Native North American and First Nations studies within the work of the American Folklore Society. Please look…


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The 1950s from the Perspective of the Journal of American Folklore

Jason Baird Jackson , October 26th, 2020


In this post, I continue the work of assessing the presence and absence of Native North American and First Nations studies in the work of the American Folklore…


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The 1940s: JAF and Zumwalt’s American Folklore Scholarship

Jason Baird Jackson , October 23rd, 2020


This series of posts are not attempting to achieve the rigor of a formal article or book. I am working in incremental bits for myself looking at some…


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Native American and First Nations Studies in the Work of the American Folklore Society During the 1910s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 23rd, 2020


Here we go again, this time looking at the 1910s. This post is the eighth in a series considering the absence and presence of Native North American and…


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Native American and First Nations Studies in the Work of the American Folklore Society During the 1920s

Jason Baird Jackson , October 21st, 2020


This is a seventh post in a series on the presence and absence of Native American and First Nations studies within the life of the American Folklore Society…


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The 1930s from the Perspective of the Journal of American Folklore

Jason Baird Jackson , October 20th, 2020


This is the sixth post in the series looking at the presence and absence of Native North American and First Nations scholars and scholarship from the work and…


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It is Time to Check Out The Michiana Potters: Art, Community, and Collaboration in the Midwest

Jason Baird Jackson , August 22nd, 2020


Hi everyone. Some of you already know that The Michiana Potters: Art, Community, and Collaboration in the Midwest by Meredith A. E. McGriff came out recently from Indiana…


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The Free-to-Readers Version of Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community: A Giving Heritage

Jason Baird Jackson , February 12th, 2020


Many readers of this blog already know about the fifth title in Indiana University Press‘ Material Vernaculars book series–Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community: A Giving Heritage by…


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Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community: A Giving Heritage

Jason Baird Jackson , October 22nd, 2019


It is a great moment for a great project. Some Shreds and Patches readers will remember when, in 2017, the Mathers Museum of World Cultures hosted the special…


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CFP: Quilt and Textile Studies for Uncoverings 2020

Jason Baird Jackson , April 21st, 2019


Mathers Museum of World Cultures Research Associate Janice Frisch, who is editor of Uncoverings, shares the following call for papers. Call for Papers Quilt and Textile Studies Uncoverings…


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Museum Anthropology Review is a Teenager Now; New Issue is Now Out

Jason Baird Jackson , March 30th, 2019


Life got away from me last week and I still have more “Exhibition Week” posts to share, but today I turn attention to the new issue of MAR….


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Shreds and Patches in 2018

Jason Baird Jackson , January 1st, 2019


Which Shreds and Patches posts were most popular in 2018? These were: What is the current status of confidentiality and non-disclosure policies at HAU? Coconut Rattles in Florida…


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Reviews for Material Vernaculars Titles

Jason Baird Jackson , December 21st, 2018


The Material Vernaculars book series, published by the Indiana University Press in partnership with the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, is maturing. Four titles have now appeared and…


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T̶h̶o̶u̶g̶h̶t̶s̶ ̶o̶n̶ ̶H̶A̶U̶. Good News! The Free-to-Readers Version of The Expressive Lives of Elders

Jason Baird Jackson , November 16th, 2018


Good news everyone. The free-to-download-and-read version of the latest title in the Material Vernaculars series–The Expressive Lives of Elders: Folklore, Art, and Aging edited by Jon Kay is…


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Two Short Courses in Tartu

Jason Baird Jackson , October 24th, 2018


#fulbrightspecialist #fulbright #exchangeourworld In an earlier post, I expressed my appreciation for the opportunity to visit the University of Tartu as a Fulbright Specialist. Among my tasks w…


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Let’s Do This Together: A Cooperative Vision for Open Access

Guest Contributor , June 27th, 2018


by Marcel LaFlamme, Dominic Boyer, Kirsten Bell, Alberto Corsín Jiménez, Christopher Kelty, and John Willinsky Over the past two weeks, public allegations of abuse at the (formerly) open-access journa…


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