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Call for Submissions — Western Folklore

About Western Folklore

Western Folklore (ISSN 0043-373X), the journal of the Western States Folklore Society (formerly California Folklore Society), is published quarterly in winter, spring, summer, and fall. Founded in 1942, it has become the leading American journal devoted to the description and analysis of regional, national, and international folklore and custom. Subscribers include professional and amateur folklorists, anthropologists, sociologists, and historians, as well as libraries, historical societies, and folk art museums. 

Conference "Expressions and Impressions: Personal and Communal Aspects of Traditional Singing" November 7-9, 2018, Tartu, Estonia




Expressions and Impressions: Personal and Communal Aspects of Traditional Singing

November 7-9, 2018, Estonian Literary Museum, Tartu

Latest Issue of Narrative Culture

Issue 4:1 is a special issue presenting the endeavors of the interdisciplinary group “Project Narrative” at Ohio State University.

Narrative Culture
Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 2017

Project Narrative: A Brief Story of Origin and Evolution
James Phelan

But We Are Living in a Material (and Virtual) World: How Tiny-House Blogs Are Transforming the Bildungsroman
Katra Byram