The latest in the great Folkore Fellows' Communications series is no. 311, "Finding Heritage Through Fiction in Dracula Tourism" by Dr. Tuomas Hovi from the University of Turku. Go and get the book at the Bookstore Tiedekirja! ... See MoreSee Less
Heritage and tourism have become inextricably linked. Depending on the view point, the effect of this link can be seen either negative or positive. Does tourism produce in authentic and falsified trad...
Contents Pekka Hakamies Focusing on the main task Kaarina Koski Continuing Bonds in Finnish Bereavement Narratives Māra Zirnīte and Ieva Garda-Rozenberga Oral History Studies in Latvia News from the...
The latest in FFC publication series will be out very soon – the printing machines are already warming up!
In his "Blood Rite: The Feast of St. Martin in Ireland" (FFC 310), Dr. Bill Mag Fhloinn from the University of Limeric gives an in-depth account of the ancient custom of sacrificing animals on St. Martin's Eve, the 10th of November.
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Call for papers: The Young Scholars Working Group of SIEF is now hosting its own conference in cooperation with the Institute of Cultural Anthropology/ European Ethnology at Göttingen University. The theme of the conference is: Coming of Age: Young Scholars in the Field of Folkloristics, Ethnology, and Anthropology, Göttingen/Germany, March 26, 2017. ... See MoreSee Less