They All Go Native On a Saturday Night:" Race and American Vernacular Music, 1947-1957

June 10, 2014
Monday, January 12, 2009 - 4:30pm
Sci & Eng Library 070-090
CFS Workshop with eponymous text

Patrick B. Mullen is professor emeritus of English and folklore at The Ohio State University. Author of I Heard the Old Fishermen Say: Folklore of the Texas Gulf Coast, Listening to Old Voices: Folklore, Life Stories, and the Elderly, and other books, he has most recently published The Man Who Adores the Negro, Race and American Folklore (University of Illinois Press, 2008). He is currently teaching a course on the poetry of Bob Dylan.

This was the first talk in a series: Race and Memory in American Vernacular Music.

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