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"What is folklore, what is American folklore and how to find the folklore in New York City— I will talk about the music, material culture and everyday customs that are American yet share an immigrant past, and there will be a food demo."
Hanna Griff-Sleven, assisterende professor i folklore og amerikanske studier ved Eugene Lang College of The New School for Social Research samt St. John's University, giver os et unikt indblik i folkekulturen i New York City.
Det skal vi spise...
Blåskimmelost og æble på en bund af peberrodsknas
Flæskesteg med kartofler, grønne ærter, asier og brun sauce
Koldskål med kammerjunkere
Kaffe & The
Vin & Øl kan tilkøbes.
Tirsdag d. 11. juni kl. 11am.
For pladsreservation email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ved ankomst betales entré: $15
Om Hanna Griff-Sleven
From 2002-2018, Hanna was the Director of Public Programs and Intern Coordinator at the Museum at Eldridge Street, where she conceived, developed and administered the Museum's programs, including the Lost & Found Music Series, and the Museum's signature event, the Egg Rolls, Egg Creams and Empanadas Festival. After receiving her Ph.D. in Folklore and American Studies at Indiana University, she taught at Grinnell College in Iowa and at Sanyo Gakuen University in Okayama, Japan. She has also been Director of the Folklore Archives at Indiana University, and has directed oral history projects about the Jews of Iowa and of Mississippi. Prior to coming to Eldridge Street, she was a Program Officer in Folk Arts for the New York State Council on the Arts. She is now an adjunct professor at the Eugene Lang College of The New School for Social Research in the Culture and Media Studies Department and at St. John's University in the Graduate Program for Museum Studies.