Marsha Penti
Finnish North American Literature Association

Pertinent Publications:

Michigan Technological University (Houghton),  Dissertation: "Religious Identities in
Student Writing: Understanding Students of Difference," 1998.

Indiana University (Bloomington), Dissertation: "The Role of Ethnic Folklore Among
Finnish-American Returnees," 1983.

At Laskiainen in Palo, Everyone is a Finn.  Consultant. Smithsonian Institution
Office of Folklore Programs,  1983.

"Laskiainen in Palo: Vitality in an Ethnic Folk Festival."  Finns in North America, Ed.
Michael G. Karni et al.  Turku,  Finland, Institute of Migration, 1988.

"The Life of a Southeastern Massachusetts Finnish Cranberry-Growing
Community."  Finnish Diaspora II: United States.  Ed. Michael G. Karni.  Toronto:  
The Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1981. 87-105.

“Notions of American Finnish Culture: Continuations across Centuries?.”  Entering
Multiculturalism: Finnish Experiences Abroad.  Ed. Olavi Koivukangas.  Turku,
Finland: Institute of Migration, 2002.  152-63.

"Piikajutut: Stories Maids Told,"  Women who Dared: The History of Finnish-
American Women.  Eds.  Carl Ross and K. Marianne Brown.  St Paul:  Immigration
History Research Center, U of MN, 1986.  55-72.