Publication Date

8-31-2012

Comments

This collection is archived in Manuscripts & Folklife Archives at Western Kentucky University; 270-745-6434; mssfa@wku.edu

Abstract

Finding Aid and full text paper (Click on "Additional File" below) for Folklife Archvies Project 586. Independent study project conducted by Rachel Hopkin on George R. Gibson, a banjo player from eastern Kentucky. The project, contained on two DVDs, includes photos, audio interviews and transcripts, a paper, bibliography, and field notes. Participating in the interview are Gibson and musicians John W. Haywood and Kevin C. Howard, who describe Gibson’s influence on them. This project was executed for the folk studies program at Western Kentucky University.

Disciplines

American Popular Culture | Folklore | Music | United States History

FA 586 HOPKIN, Rachel Claire.pdf (555 kB)
Countering Cultural Strip-Mining in Eastern Kentucky: Music Making as Cultural Reconstruction

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