Cultural Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Folklore and Popular Culture

Volume 9, 2010

In Memorium: Ezekiel Alembi

Terry Gunnell
University of Iceland



JoAnn Conrad
University of California, Berkeley

Mapping America: Re-creating in the Cartographic Imagination

Jill Terry Rudy, Brigham Young University
Casey R. Schmitt, University of Wisconsin, Madison


Pamela Conners
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Putting Words to Work: The Politics of Labor's Vernacular

Gene Cooper, University of Southern California
Barry Brummett, The University of Texas at Austin
Christina M. Smith, Ramapo College of New Jersey


Kerstin McGaughey
Boston University

Food in Binary: Identity and Interaction in Two German Food Blogs

Lucy M. Long, Bowling Green State University


Kimberly Ball
Independent scholar

UFO-Abduction Narratives and the Technology of Tradition


EVENTS AND DEBATES - Global Lives Project

Jack Zipes
University of Minnesota

Sensationalist Scholarship: A Putative "New" History of Fairy Tales

Rebecca Elliott
University of California, Berkeley

Contesting the Spectacle: Global Lives as Counterpublic in the Context of Celebrity Activism

Stina Marie Hasse Jørgensen
University of Copenhagen

The Global Lives Project: Making New Media Matter in a Global World


Jessica Erberich, University of Southern California
Cinderella in America: A Book of Folk and Fairy Tales. (McCarthy)

Benjamin Gatling, The Ohio State University
Everyday Life in Central Asia: Past and Present. (Sahadeo and Zanca, eds.)

Michelle Robinson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Imperial Masochism: British Fiction, Fantasy, and Social Class. (Kucich)