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Dr. Gregory Hansen
Professor of English and Folklore
- Ph.D. Folklore, Indiana University, 2001
- M.A. Folk Studies, Western Kentucky University, 1987
- B.A. Communication Studies, Pennsylvania State University, 1983
- Folklife Studies
- Heritage Programs
- Introduction to Literature of Western World, I and II
- Introduction to Folklore
- Ballad and Folksong
- *Heritage Studies Courses
- A Florida Fiddler: The Life and Times of Richard Seaman, published by University of Alabama Press.
- With staff of Smithsonian Institution: Iowa Folklife: Our People, Communities, and Traditions, Smithsonian Institution.
- With staff from Florida Folklife Program: The Florida Music Train, Florida Department of State; various video documentaries and audio recordings.
- Current Project:
Research on heritage preservation and representation in relation to folklife studies
- Gerald E. and Corinne L. Parsons Fund Award 2009, Fellowship from the American Folklife Center within the Library of Congress.
- Arkansas State University's Board of Trustees' 2009 "Faculty Achievement Award for Service."
- Arkansas State University's Board of Trustees', "Faculty Achievement Award for Scholarship," 2008.
- Arkansas State University's College of Humanities and Social Sciences Award for Outstanding Teaching, 2005.
- (With staff of Florida Folklife Program) Dorothy Howard Prize for excellence in folklife education from the American Folklore Society's "Folklore and Education Section," 2003.
- National Endowment for the Arts grants, 2003-present.
Building: Wilson Hall