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This poster is part of a larger research on Canadian folklore archives. It aims to critically examine folklore archives in Canada as a special type of cultural heritage institutions. I examine their history, function and organization of information and how they differ from those of more...
This thesis examines contemporary homebirth practices in Ukraine. Following an overview of the Ukrainian ethnographic literature on childbirth as a life cycle event, this work explores contemporary childbirth as practised in the hospital setting and at home. Childbirth helps understand better...
How can crowdsourcing be used in the humanities? This paper describes a crowdsourcing project at the University of Alberta that developed a tool for participants to sign out audio clips for transcribing and translating from Ukrainian. The audio clips were from fieldwork on Ukrainian folklore and...