Professor Steve Siporin is a folklorist who holds a joint appointment in English and History. He teaches a wide variety of folklore classes, including Jewish Folklore and Folklore and Religion. He is the author of American FolkMasters: The National Heritage Fellows (Abrams, 1992) and co-editor of Worldviews and the American West: The Life of the Place Itself (Utah State University Press, 2000). His translation of Augusto Segre's Memories of Jewish Life: Casale Monferrato-Rome-Jerusalem, 1918-1960, from the Italian, is due to be published by the University of Nebraska Press (2008).
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Worldviews and the American West: The Life of the Place Itself (with Polly Stewart, C. W. Sullivan III, and Suzi Jones), All USU Press Publications (2000)
A diverse group of writers and scholars follow the lead of noted folklorist Barre Toelken...