Folklore Fellows

is an international network of folklorists, promoting scientific contacts between researchers, publication work and research training. In striving to meet its objectives, Folklore Fellows invites outstanding and active researchers from across the globe to become members.

Folklore Fellows operates under the auspices of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters. The membership forms an editorial advisory body on the Academy’s Folklore Fellows’ Communications series, and participates in organising the research courses of the Folklore Fellows’ Summer School. The activities of the Folklore Fellows are related in the Folklore Fellows’ Network bulletin.

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Latest in Folklore Fellows’ Communications

FFC 317

FFC 317

Hard it is to Stir My Tongue Raiding the Otherworld for the Elixir of Poetry Clive Tolley Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 317 Tallinn 2019, 272 pp. ISBN 978-951-41-1140-2 Available at the Tiedekirja bookstore. Where does poetic inspiration...

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FFC 316

FFC 316

Folkloristics in the Digital Age Eds. Pekka Hakamies and Anne Heimo   Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows’ Communications 316 Tallinn 2019, 181 pp. ISBN 978-951-41-1126-6 Available at the Tiedekirja bookstore. Folklorists are not only interested in old or...

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Latest in Folklore Fellows’ Network Bulletin

FFN 52

FFN 52

Cover: Open snow-covered landscape of Suolahti that features the Kirppula house where Gallen-Kallela living during his visit in the area. Photograph likely by Akseli Gallen-Kallela circa 1906. Source: Flickr Commons, Gallen-Kallelan Museo Contents   Each to His...

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FFN 51

FFN 51

Folklore Fellows Network no. 51, 2018: The Two Faces of Nationalism
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3 weeks ago

Did you get the Folklore Fellows' email newsletter? If you didn't, you can read it here: ... See more

1 month ago
Folklore Fellows's cover photo

Part of "The Bard" by John Martin, c. 1817 (Yale Center for British Art) is printed on the cover of FFC 317, " 'Hard it is to Stir My Tongue' Raiding the Otherworld for the Elixir of Poetry" by Clive ... See more

1 month ago
FFC 317

Now out: Clive Tolley's " 'Hard it is to stir my tongue'. Raiding the Otherworld for the Elixir of Poetry." Folklore Fellows' Communications 317.

Read the "Prolegomena" and "Introduction" online, ... See more

Hard it is to Stir My Tongue Raiding the Otherworld for the Elixir of Poetry Clive Tolley. Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 317 Tallinn 2019, 272 pp. ISBN 978-951-41-1140-2 ... See more

3 months ago
Summer School 2020

Folklore Fellows’ Summer School 2020 is now welcoming applications! Please spread the word!

http://www.folklorefellows.fi/summer-school-2020/

The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence. The 10th Folklore Fellows’ Summer School will be hosted by the School of Humanities at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF), 17–23 ... See more

4 months ago
FFC 316

Now out: "Folkloristics in the Digital Age", eds. Pekka Hakamies & Anne Heimo.

Please visit our website and read the Introduction on-line!

"The internet has not diminished people’s need to ... See more

Folkloristics in the Digital Age Eds. Pekka Hakamies and Anne Heimo.   Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows’ Communications 316 Tallinn 2019, 181 pp. ISBN 978-951-41-1126-6 Available at the ... See more

5 months ago
Photos from Folklore Fellows's post

You can now read the "Introduction" chapters of the latest FFC volumes on-line!

6 months ago
Summer School 2020

Folklore Fellows' Summer School 2020 is announced: The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence.

http://www.folklorefellows.fi/summer-school-2020/

The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence. The 10th Folklore Fellows’ Summer School will be hosted by the School of Humanities at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF), 17–23 ... See more

6 months ago

Breaking news: The American Folklore Society's Archives & Libraries Section has awarded "Visions and Traditions. Knowledge Production and Tradition Archives" (eds. Lauri Harvilahti, Audun Kjus, ... See more

9 months ago
FFN 52

Issue 52 of the Folklore Fellows' Network is out. Read the editorial farewell of prof. emer. Pekka Hakamies, learn about video game studies from Dr. Jukka Vahlo, and get first impressions of the ... See more

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