Charles L. Briggs

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Unlearning

Rethinking Poetics, Pandemics, and the Politics of Knowledge

Utah State University Press

A provocative theoretical synthesis by renowned folklorist and anthropologist Charles L. Briggs, Unlearning questions intellectual foundations and charts new paths forward. Briggs argues, through an expansive look back at his own influential works as well as critical readings of the field, that scholars can disrupt existing social and discourse theories across disciplines when they collaborate with theorists whose insights are not constrained by the bounds of scholarship.
 

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The Lost Gold Mine of Juan Mondragón

A Legend from New Mexico performed by Melaquías Romero

The University of Arizona Press
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