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  阐述人:迪姆罗仪德 (Timothy Lloyd)

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  迪姆罗仪德(Timothy Lloyd)

  美利坚联邦合众国风俗学会实践主席  罗德岛州立高校全职副教师

  迪姆罗仪德在GeorgeWashington高校获得大学生学位。他的硕士散文题目是《国家风俗节日:文化、历史和国有风俗工作》。他的商讨兴趣饱含United States餐饮风俗、印第安纳州民俗、专门的学业文化、民俗的国有执行的历史等。 他在美利坚合营国第一的民俗学杂志上登出了多篇文章和商酌。与人合著《安慕希湖渔夫:职业、承认和历史观》一书(加利福尼亚大学出版社),该书一九八七年被北美海洋史组织评为最佳航海史书。

  多年来,他担当了不菲团队,如法美基金会(French-American Foundation),民俗文化基金(Fund for Folk Culture,FFC),国会教室(Library of Congress),密歇根州艺委会(Michigan Council on the Arts),蒙大牛州立大学博物院(Michigan State University Museum),U.S.A.北卡罗来纳州立高校教室(Ohio State University Libraries)和史密森尼学会(Smithsonian Institution)等部门的董事会成员或委员会顾问。

  讲座主办单位:北大中国语言管经济学系

  2009年10月12日


Timothy Lloyd

Executive Director of the American Folklore Society(AFS)Adjunct Associate Professor at the Ohio State University

www.602.net 2(PhD, George Washington University)

Timothy Lloyd is executive director of the American Folklore Society. Founded in 1888 by a collective of humanities scholars, museum anthropologists, and private citizens--including author Mark Twain and US President Rutherford B. Hayes--the Society (www.afsnet.org) is the leading organization in the US for scholarship and public education about folklore, folk art, and folk culture. Its more than 2,200 members and subscribers are scholars, teachers, and libraries at colleges and universities; professionals in arts and cultural organizations; and community members involved in folklore work. Many of its members live and work in the US, but their interests in folklore stretch around the world, and today about one in every eight AFS members is from outside the US.

Before coming to the Society, Lloyd served as executive director of Cityfolk, a nationally recognized folk arts organization located in Dayton, Ohio. Earlier still, he was deputy director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, before which he served as director of folk arts programs for the Ohio Arts Council and as a folklorist for the Smithsonian Institution's Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Lloyd received his PhD in American studies from The George Washington University, and his BA in comparative literature and MA in design from The Ohio State University. He has taught folklore at Colorado College, The George Washington University, The Ohio State University, and Utah State University.

His research interests include American foodways, occupational culture, and the history of public practice in the field of folklore. He has published articles and reviews in the major American folklore journals, as well as essays and chapters in edited volumes, and co-authored Lake Erie Fishermen: Work, Identity and Tradition (University of Illinois Press), named the best maritime history book of 1990 by the North American Society for Oceanic History.

Lloyd has served as a board and committee member or consultant for many organizations, including the French-American Foundation, the Fund for Folk Culture, the Michigan Council on the Arts and Cultural Affairs, the Michigan State University Museum, the Ministry of Culture and Communication of the Republic of France, the National Council for the Traditional Arts, the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities, the National Recordings Preservation Board, the Ohio Arts Council, the Ohio Humanities Council, the Ohio State University Libraries, and the Smithsonian Institution. He represents the AFS within the American Council of Learned Societies and the National Humanities Alliance. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Institute of Language and History at Shandong University in Jinan, China.

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