writers.net
 
Home Writers Literary Agents Editors Publishers Resources Discussion  
  Log in  |  Join WritersNet

Published Writers browse by location | browse by topic | add listing  |  faqs

Published Book or Work by:

Lisa Tolliver

Tradition Runs Through It: Environment and Recreation in Provo Canyon [Exhibition, Ethnographic Study & Archive]

Tradition Runs Through It:  Environment and Recreation in Provo Canyon [Exhibition, Ethnographic Study & Archive]
Buy this book
Published by Library of Congress American Folklife Center & Brigham Young U. for Utah Cultural Heritage Project
August 5, 2005
Traditions Runs Through It: Environment and Recreation in Provo Canyon ("TRTI") was sponsored by the Library of Congress American Folklife Center (a leader in ethnographic field research since 1976) and Brigham Young University ("BYU") on behalf of the Utah Heritage Project. The ethnography was conducted by researchers who participated in the 2005 Field School For Cultural Documentation at BYU; they formally presented their work at the August 5 TRTI exhibit opening at BYU's L. Tom Perry Special Collections. The exhibit was co-sponsored by the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies. The complete collection of TRTI photographs, recorded interviews, field notes, items of material culture, audio logs and sound logs is archived at the Wilson Folklore Archives at BYU.
More Information...
Americana , Anthropology/Archaelogy , Art/Architecture , Audiocassettes , Autobiography , Biography , Business , Community/Public Affairs , Cooking/Foods/Nutrition , Crafts , Educational , Entertainment/Games , Ethnic , General , History , Hobby , Humanities , Language and Literature , Multicultural , Music and Dance , Nature and Environment , Other , Photography , Recreation , Reference , Regional , Religion , Scholarly , Social Sciences , Sociology , Sports , Transportation , Women's Issues/Studies
 
1 comment You must be logged in to add a comment
From: Lisa Tolliver (ltolliver@360meridian.com) 2005-08-04

Be sure to visit the exhibit and archive!