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Folklorists teach, carry out research, and provide community service at many universities in the US, Canada, and abroad. Where to Study Folklore - American Folklore Society
Sumerian Sky Map of Nineveh
Mount Blanca, near the town of Alamosa, in southern Colorado. This is known to the Navajo as the Sacred Mountain of the East. Navajo Sacred Mountains
African People and Culture -Tribes African People & Culture
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Native American Cultures - Native Nations
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Course of Study The foundation of our program is established by our 1st Year Apprenticeship Program which paves the way for our 2nd Year Apprenticeship Program for those individuals wanting to extend their botanical, wildcrafting and herbalism education. A Third Year Clinical Internship is available to qualified students. Columbines School of Botanical Studies
Trees for Life - Mythology and Folklore of the Hazel The Celts equated hazelnuts with concentrated wisdom and poetic inspiration, as is suggested by the similarity between the Gaelic word for these nuts, cno, and the word for wisdom, cnocach. There are several variations on an ancient tale that nine hazel trees grew around a sacred pool, dropping nuts into the water to be eaten by some salmon (a fish revered by Druids) which thereby absorbed the wisdom.
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Carl Gustav Jung developed an understanding of archetypes as being "ancient or archaic images that derive from the collective unconscious ". [ 1 ] These are different from instincts , as Jung understood instincts as being "an unconscious physical impulse toward actions and the archetype as the psychic counterpart". [ 2 ] There are many different archetypes and Jung has stated they are limitless, but they have been simplified; examples include the persona, the shadow, the anima, the animus, the great mother, the wise old man, the hero, and the self. [ 2 ] The great mother, the wise old man, and the hero tend to be considered add-ons from the basic set, because they are not included in Jung’s map of the soul along with the others. Jungian archetypes
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Native American Cultures - Main Page Musicians/performers needed for NMAI The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, opening Sept. 2004, in Washington, DC, is looking for Native artists to participate in the 6-day opening ceremony.
Archaeology and folklore
Folklore, Vol. 59, No. 2 (Jun., 1948), pp. 69-74
Culture Sector - Intangible Heritage - 2003 Convention : Inscriptions in 2014: the deadline is approaching! 27 February 2013 : Nominations for possible inscription in 2014 must be submitted before March 31, 2013.
Annotated Fairy Tales, Fairy Tale Books and Illustrations
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Native American life is different today than it was centuries ago, but there is still a great degree of pride and independence in Native American life. Native American Life - Love of Nature and Strength of Spirit