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Diane Wolkstein obit

Diane Wolkstein, "folk historian, ethnographer, teacher, street performer and feminist scholar," passed away recently at the age of 70. Perhaps best known for her work in New York City as a raconteur who traveled the city's parks carrying "a few props, and a head full of tales," Wolkstein revived the rich tradition of storytelling and inspired generations of New Yorkers. Her full New York Times obituary can be read here.

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