video of neil v. & terri rosenberg’s visit the berkeley folk music festival project & digitizing folk music history seminar.
It was such a pleasure to have folklorist and musician Neil V. Rosenberg and his wife Terri join us at Northwestern. Neil visited with my Digitizing Folk Music History seminar, engaged with graduate students and faculty about the intersections and diverges between folklore and history as fields, and spoke and performed at a public event at Northwestern’s library (video below).
The Berkeley Folk Music Festival Project wishes to thank the Alumnae of Northwestern University Academic Enrichment Fund; The Simeon E. Leland Forum, which was was established by members of the University community in grateful recognition of Simeon E. Leland’s outstanding contribution to the University’s cultural life while he was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1946 to 1966; Nicholas D. Chabraja Center for Historical Studies; History Department; Performance Studies Department; and the Northwestern University Library. Video: Stephen Poon/NU AMPS.