Between the Cracks of History: Essays on Teaching and Illustrating Folklore

By Francis Edward Abernethy; Carolyn Fiedler Satterwhite | Go to book overview

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Francis Edward Abernethy is a professor of English at Stephen F. Austin State University, the Executive Secretary and Editor of the Texas Folklore Society since 1971, and a member of the Texas Institute of Letters. His books include Singin’ Texas, Legends of Texas’ Heroic Age and two volumes of a history of the Texas Folklore Society, in addition to editing numerous Texas Folklore Society Publications. He plays the bass fiddle in the East Texas String Ensemble of Nacogdoches.

Phyllis Bridges has been a member of the English faculty at Texas Women’s University since 1972. She has also served as Dean of the Graduate School, Assistant to the President, and interim Vice President for Academic Affairs. In 1990 she served as chairman of the Southwest American Culture Association and the Australian Literature Section of the South Central Modern Language Association. She has also been a member of the board of the Australian and American Fiction and Film Foundation. Presently she is serving as President of the Southwest American Culture Association and Popular Culture Association

Rebecca E. Cornell is a native Texan who received a B.A. in history from Texas Tech University and a B.A. in Spanish from Angelo State University. She is a docent for the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, the past President of the San Angelo Junior League, a member of Sigma Delta Pi-National Spanish Honorary, secretary of the Fort Concho Museum Board, and co-author of Some of My Best Friends are Green.

Kenneth W. Davis, Professor Emeritus of English at Texas Tech University, is now the university’s Liaison Officer for Retired Faculty and Staff. He continues to write about folklore and

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