Borgia-Askey published in New York Folklore journal
September 14, 2021
Melissa Borgia-Askey, a Slippery Rock University instructor of English, wrote an article that was published in Voices, the journal of New York Folklore.
Her piece, titled “Hadigeodönyö (They Tell Stories),” tells the story of the Hodínöhšö:ni:h (Haudenosaunee) community through the performance and reimagining of their creation. Haudenosaunee refers to the alliance of six Native American nations that are more commonly known as the Iroquois Confederacy. The article appeared in the 46th volume of Voices, which is published for NYF members.
New York Folklore is a membership organization that nurtures traditional arts and culture in New York state through education, support and outreach.