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educator , folklorist

Rachelle Hope Saltzman, American Folklorist, educator. Member American Folklore Society (co-convenor women's section since 1989), Folklore Women's Communication (co-editor 1988-1991), American Anthropological Association, Modern Language Association, Folklore Society England, Phi Beta Kappa. F C.

Background

Saltzman, Rachelle Hope was born on June 2, 1956 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Daughter of Stanley Allen and Pearl C. (Sachs) Saltzman.

Education

Bachelor in History, University Delaware, 1977. Master of Arts in History, University Texas, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Anthrolopology, University Texas, 1988.

Career

Director ethnic heritage project, Center for Southern Folklore, Memphis, 1982-1983;folklife coordinator, Florida Folklife Programs, White Springs, 1988-1989;folklife programs administrator, Florida Folklife Programs, White Springs, 1989-1991;assistant Professor of English, U. Delaware, Newark, since 1991. Adjunct faculty U. Delaware, 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editorial board: Talking Folklore, 1986-1988. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Folklore Society (co-convenor women's section since 1989), Folklore Women's Communication (co-editor 1988-1991), American Anthropological Association, Modern Language Association, Folklore Society England, Phi Beta Kappa. F C.

Connections

father:
Stanley Allen Saltzman

mother:
Pearl C. (Sachs) Saltzman