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 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 50

FFN 50

Contents Pekka Hakamies Scholarly Freedom Amy Shuman Speaking Out, Speaking for, and the Right to Speak on Behalf of Others Kirsti Salmi-Niklander Writers and listeners of Walotar – Exploring the oral-literary traditions of the Finnish community in Rockport,...

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FFN 49

FFN 49

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 Finnish Literature Society Dani Schrire, Hagar Salamon and Galit...

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3 days ago
FFN 54

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

Contents. The Corona Cocoon Frog Covid Conspiracies Timothy R. Tangherlini & Vwani Roychowdhury Historical Oral Poems and Digital Humanities Kati Kallio & Eetu Mäkelä & Maciej Janicki Second ... See more

4 weeks ago
FFC 321

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/

Dictionaries as Sources of Folklore Data. Ed. Jonathan Roper. Dictionaries as Sources of Folklore Data. Ed. Jonathan Roper Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 321 Helsinki 2020 ... See more

4 weeks ago
Folklore Fellows's cover photo

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

1 month ago
Representations of Fear | Bookstore Tiedekirja

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

his book deals with folk narratives expressing some of the basic fears of ancient Roman culture. These included, on the one hand, threats to the survival of the family, especially concerning ... See more

2 months ago
FFC 320

Now out: FFC 320

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

Representations of Fear. Verbalising Emotion in Ancient Roman Folk Narrative. Camilla Asplund Ingemark & Dominic Ingemark. Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia Folklore Fellows' Communications 320 Helsinki 2020 ... See more

5 months ago
FFC 319

We are happy to announce the publication of Maxim Fomin's "Ludwig Mühlhausen, Séamus Ó Caiside and Scéal Rí na Gréige: The Tale of ´Three Golden Children´(ATU 707) in 1937 Donegal" (FFC 319). ... See more

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 ... See more

9 months ago
Summer School 2021

RESCHEDULED: Folklore Fellows' Summer School "The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence"!

FFSS 2020 just became FFSS 2021 due to the pandemic Corona Virus outbreak of this spring. ... See more

The 10th Folklore Fellows’ Summer School, ”The violence of traditions and the traditions of violence”, will be hosted by the School of Humanities at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF), in ... See more

10 months ago
Rapunzel’s Toolkit, or How to Nurture Magic and Sanity In Your Tower - The Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic

What a great idea! Nurture magic and sanity, folks, while keeping physical distance and hand washing.

"This is a massive list of free and low-cost resources (magazines, stories, music, museum ... See more

An online school for courses on folklore and fantastic literature

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