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Interviews and Reflections / Entrevues et réflexions

No. 90-91 (2020): Special Issue - Storied Spaces: Renewing Folkloristic Perspectives on Vernacular Architecture

Robert Blair St. George

  • Thomas Carter
April 18, 2021


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  5. Glassie, Henry. 1968. Pattern in the Material Folk Culture of the Eastern United States. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  6. Glassie, Henry. 1975a. All Silver and No Brass: An Irish Christmas Mumming. Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press.
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  13. St. George, Robert Blair. 1978. Style and Structure in the Joinery of Dedham and Medfield, Massachusetts, 1635-1685. MA thesis, University of Delaware.
  14. St. George, Robert Blair. 1979. The Wrought Covenant: Source Materials for the Study of Craftsmen and Community in Southeastern New England, 1620-1700. Exhibition catalogue. Brockton, MA: Brockton Arts Centre and Fuller Memorial.
  15. St. George, Robert Blair. 1982. A Retreat from the Wilderness: Pattern in the Domestic Environments of Southeastern New England, 1630-1730. PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.
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  18. St. George, Robert Blair. 2010. Material Culture in Folklife Studies. In The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies, ed. Dan Hicks and Mary Beaudry, 123-49. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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  21. Zimmerman, Phillip. 1985. Ecclesiastical Architecture in the Reformed Tradition in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, 1790-1860. PhD dissertation, Boston University.