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Dr. Tim Evans
Assoc. Professor of Folk Studies
Office: 245 FAC
POP 201: Introduction to Folk Studies
FLK 373: Folklore and the Media
FLK 379: Topics: Narratives of Horror and the Supernatural
Authenticity, Ethnography, and Colonialism in Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 21 (3) 2010.
King of the Western Saddle: the Sheridan Saddle and the Art of Don King. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi (Folk Art and Artists Series), 1998.
Piece-Sur-Piece Horse Barns on the Laramie Plains of Southeastern Wyoming: Cultural Interplay and Adaptation, Material Culture 38:1 (2006), 54-87.
A Last Defense Against the Dark: Folklore, Horror and the Uses of Tradition in the Works of H. P. Lovecraft, Journal of Folklore Research 42:1 (2005), 99-135.
Tradition and Illusion: Antiquarianism, Tourism and Horror in H. P. Lovecraft, Extrapolation 45:2 (2004), 176-195.
Folklore As Utopia: English Medievalists and the Ideology of Revivalism, Western Folklore 47:4 (1988), 245-268.