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.

The membership forms an editorial advisory body on the 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 319

FFC 319

Ludwig Mülhausen, Séamus Ó Caiside and Scéal Rí na Gréige. The Tale of 'Three Golden Children' (ATU 707) in 1937 Donegal Maxim Fomin Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 319 Helsinki 2020 234 pp. 978-951-41-1142-6 Available at the Tiedekirja...

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FFC 318

FFC 318

Dvořáks Werk ist ein Handbuch von internationaler Bedeutung und eines der wenigen Verzeichnisse der Exempel der Welt. Es wird vor allem von Fachleuten geschätzt, denen es eine hervorragende Orientierungsmöglichkeit innerhalb der Vielzahl, der im Mittelalter auf tschechischem Gebiet nachgewiesenen Erzählungen, anbietet.

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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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1 month ago

Fresh info in English on the upcoming Folklore Fellows' Summer School. Nine keynotes available to anyone interested. The list of keynotes and the link to registration at: ... See more

2 months ago

The Folklore Fellows' Summer School 2021 will take place on-line, like so many events now do.

While the workshops are for registered FF Summer School 2021 participants only (and registration is ... See more

3 months ago

The Folklore Fellows' newsletter archive has now been updated. It provides easy access to all but one* published newsletters since the revival of FF thirty years ago, in 1991. The first issues ... See more

3 months ago

Dear friends, we now have an Academia edu -site. Follow us there and get news and sneak peeks of the latest Folklore Fellows' publications!

Time allowing, we'll be growing the library and adding ... See more

5 months ago

The Folklore Fellows' Network Bulletin no 54 (2020) is now out! Contents:

The Corona Cocoon (editorial)
Frog

Covid Conspiracies (article)
Timothy R. Tangherlini & Vwani Roychowdhury

Historical ... See more

6 months ago

Now out: Dictionaries as Sources of Folklore Data, edited by Jonathan Roper. FFC 321.

Read the Preface and see who the contributors are at https://www.folklorefellows.fi/ffc-321/

6 months ago

Image: Photographed by Oksana Palikova during fieldwork for the Slovar’ Govorja Staraverov Estonii (‘The Dictionary of the Speech of Estonian Old Believers’), 2008.

7 months ago

Seasonal greeting: you will get "Representations of Fear" for 25€ until 4 January 2021! (Normally 38€.) Go get it.
https://www.tiedekirja.fi/english/representations-of-fear.html

7 months ago

Now out: FFC 320

Camilla Asplund Ingemark & Dominic Ingemark: Representations of Fear. Verbalising Emotion in Ancient Roman Folk Narrative.

7 months ago

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