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Ronda Walker Weaver and Tamara Fritze collection of student folklore projects

 Collection
Identifier: AR 537 .fl

Scope and Contents note

Collection contains various student projects, papers, and work created for folklore courses taught at Utah Valley State College and Utah Valley University by instructors Ronda Walker Weaver and Tamara Fritze.

Dates

  • 2000-2009

Language of Materials

English

Conditions Governing Access note

Access to the collection is open with the assistance of archivist or staff

Conditions Governing Use note

Open for Research. Copyright for official University records is held by Utah Valley University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Biographical/Historical note

Ronda Walker Weaver has been an instructer at Utah Valley University since 2001, teaching various Folklore, English, and History courses. She holds a M.A. American Studies/Folklore, Utah State University, and a B.A. English, Brigham Young University. Tamara Fritze was an assistant instructor in the English department. She completed her doctorate degree at Washington State University in American Studies. Fritze's PhD. dissertation was a study of western women's gardens. The English and Literature Department at Utah Valley University offers a wide variety of fascinating and challenging classes in composition, literature, technical writing, and critical theory. English students engage with texts in multiple ways and at multiple levels´┐Ż reading, analyzing, and discussing literature ranging from the classical to the contemporary, but also producing their own critical and creative work. The department also offers courses in editing, document design, and technical writing to prepare students to compose in an increasingly visual and technological world. English courses broaden students' cultural awareness, deepen and refine their critical thinking abilities, and enhance their skills in written and verbal communication.

Extent

2.5 Linear Feet (5 boxes)

Abstract

This collection includes student projects, papers, and works from various folklore courses taught at Utah Valley University and Utah Valley State College by instructors Ronda Walker Weaver and Tamara Fritze.

Arrangement note

Original order was maintained in the arrangement of this collection.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Donated by Ronda Walker Weaver and Tamara Fritze.

Acknowledgment of Bias and Harmful Content

The Sutherland Archives recognizes there are materials in our collections that may be offensive or harmful. Materials may contain language or depictions that are racist, sexist, Eurocentric, ableist, homophobic, etc. We present such materials unaltered to preserve context and to present a complete historical record. Sutherland Archives staff is making efforts to update our finding aids to acknowledge offensive content.

Status
Completed
Author
Finding aid prepared by Rikki Carter, Archives Intern
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
English

Repository Details

Part of the Fulton Library George Sutherland Archives Repository

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