Michael L. Murray

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Michael L. Murray, Ph.D., (born Washington, D.C., 1974) is an American folklorist formerly on the faculty of Princeton University. Murray obtained his B.A. from George Mason University, a masters degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a Ph.D. in folklore and folklife from the University of Pennsylvania. As an active folklorist, Murray has also served as director of such traditional art programs as the Westchester Arts Council, and the Rockland County Folklife Festival. In addition to his work on folkloric studies, Murray also has published on ethnographic and cultural studies.

Murray currently resides in Bergen County, New Jersey.

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