James S. Griffith

James S. Griffith is the former director of the Southwest Folklore Center at the University of Arizona, where he earned his PhD in cultural anthropology and art history. He has published numerous books, including A Border Runs Through It: Journeys in Regional History and Folklore.
Beliefs and Holy Places Beliefs and Holy Places
Beliefs and Holy Places

Beliefs and Holy Places

A Spiritual Geography of the Pimería Alta

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Hecho a Mano Hecho a Mano
Hecho a Mano

Hecho a Mano

The Traditional Arts of Tucson's Mexican American Community

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Saints, Statues, and Stories Saints, Statues, and Stories
Saints, Statues, and Stories

Saints, Statues, and Stories

A Folklorist Looks at the Religious Art of Sonora

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