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IARC- Storytellers Convocation
Barbara A. Babcock, Regents' Professor of English and Founding Director of the Comparative Culture and Literary Studies Program at University of Arizona, served as Research Associate.Sculpting a StorytellerDuring the convocation week, Babcock presented a colloquium with slides, giving a history of the storyteller figure.She shared stories from her relationship with Helen Cordero (Cochiti), who is credited with creating the first storyteller, modeled after her grandfather.After a long period of figurative works being under appreciated, the storyteller initiated a general renaissance of clay figures and has, according to Babcock, become an "icon of the Southwest."
I think I have found my future advisor at the University of Arizona in Professor Barbara Babcock.
I read "A New Mexican Rebecca", Professor Babcock's study of Pueblo female identity and representation in Southwestern commercial art.
Professor Babcock's use of Foucault and analysis of minority representation immediately struck a chord with my academic interests.
While I still need to look at some other professors in the English department, at this point, I would be privileged to have Professor Babcock as an initial advisor for my doctoral studies.
Vita of Paul Burkhardt
"The Consumption and Production of the Commodity Community: Working, Playing, and Making It in the Local Music Scene," directed by Regents Professor Barbara Babcock.
...Barbara Babcock, Regents Professor Department of English & CCLS University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721 email@example.com
The Honyouti Family - Books concerning the Hopi
Marta Weigle, Barbara A. Babcock (Editors), Univ. of Arizona Press.