Elements of Surface Culture, the Big "C"

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Surface culture is most often described as "the things we can see around us." Of cuorse we cannot see oral history, but we are sharing some contributions which we could place on a bookshelf or on the coffee table for all to see.

food

culinary contributions of a group of people

holidays

patriotic days, religious observances, and personal rites and celebrations (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.)

arts

traditional and contemporary music, visual and performing arts, and drama

folklore

tales, legends, and oral history

history

humanitarian contributions and social and political movements

personalities

historical, contemporary and local figures

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