Mark Norman: Theo Brown A Life In Folklore
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Thu 01 Jan 1970
11am - 12pm
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Theo Brown was one of the most prolific of the UKs collectors of folklore in the 20th century. Working mainly between the 1950s and 1980s she was a respected member of The Folklore Society, Research Fellow at the University of Exeter and the longest-serving recorder of folklore for the Devonshire Association. Folklorist Mark Norman, creator and host of The Folklore Podcast, looks at the life and work of this remarkable woman.
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