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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FFC 322

FFC 322

The Galician Catalogue typologically records Galician tales within the European oral tradition. It orders them under the internationally recognized ATU (Aarne–Thompson–Uther) index system, uses regional catalogues classification, and includes new cataloguing proposals for uncatalogued ethno-texts. Galicia’s rich narrative tradition of the past has now practically disappeared, which has led the editor to also index tales of which there is only one version.

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FFC 321

FFC 321

Dictionaries as Sources of Folklore Data Ed. Jonathan Roper Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 321 Helsinki 2020 246 pp. ISBN 978-951-41-1157-0 Available at the Tiedekirja bookstore, 28€ What does Elias Lönnrot have in common with Vladimir...

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Latest in Folklore Fellows’ Network Bulletin

FFN 53

FFN 53

Contents   FF Communications under Duress Frog The Where, How and Who of Digital Ethnography Coppélie Cocq A Brief History of the University of California, Berkeley’s Folklore Graduate Program Charles L. Briggs Beyond Content Analysis Katherine Borland Review –...

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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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