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Reviews and clippings

Lead Kindly Light: Pre-War Music and Photographs from the American South (by Sarah Bryan and Peter Honig) was featured in the Vogue article “Picturing the American South: The Year’s Best Photo Books Reveal a Vast Portrait” (by Rebecca Bengal, December 20, 2015).

“Vanishing American Sounds Meet Fading American Pictures in Lead Kindly Light,” review by Mark Jacobson in New York Magazine’s website Vulture.

“Assembling the Sacred Texts: After 11 Years of Exploring Folk Music Around the Globe, Atlanta’s Dust-to-Digital Turns its Sights Homeward,” by Chuck Reece on Bitter Southerner.

“Artifacts of the Afterlife,” by John Foster in his “Accidental Mysteries” column on Design Observer.

African American Music Trails of Eastern North Carolina reviewed by Donald Calbreath in the New York Journal of Books.

“‘Hidden Stories’: New book chronicles N.C. African-American  music traditions,” by Cliff Bellamy. Durham (NC) Herald Sun, December 21, 2013.

“Folk Funeraria of the South,” by John Foster in his blog “Accidental Mysteries,” for Design Observer. August 8, 2013.

“Angels in Havana: An Interview with Sarah Bryan of Folk Funeraria,” by Scott Malthouse, on blog Midnight Folklore: Folklore for the Digital Age.

“Mama, You Been On My Mind,” a review by Ben Greenman of Never a Pal Like Mother, in The New Yorker’s “News Desk” blog. May 5, 2011.

“Dust-to-Digital’s ‘Never a Pal Like Mother’ Celebrates Mom with Collection of Photos and Vintage 78 Recordings, a review by Randall Roberts of Never a Pal Like Mother, in the Los Angeles Times music blog Pop & Hiss.

“The Roots Music Twitterati 140!” Listing of traditional music writers and commentators on Twitter, in Jon Goldmann’s blog for No Depression.

“Get a (Folk)life: How Folklore Research Helped an Arts Agency,” by Crystal Wallis, on createquity.com. March 22, 2011. Article about cultural asset research and folklife fieldwork by the North Carolina Folklife Institute and North Carolina Arts Council in Wilmington, NC. (Referenced in the blog of Goucher College’s Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability program.)

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