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Top Downloaded Research from Folklore

  • Folklore is one of the earliest journals in the field of folkloristics, first published as The Folk-Lore Record in 1878.
  • Folklore publishes ethnographical and analytical essays on vernacular culture worldwide, specialising in traditional narrative, language, music, song, dance, drama, foodways, medicine, arts and crafts, and popular religion and belief. It reviews current scholarship in a wide range of adjacent disciplines including anthropology, cultural studies, ethnology, history, literature, and religion.
  • Folklore prides itself on its special mix of reviews, analysis, ethnography, and debate; its combination of European and North American approaches to the study of folklore; and its coverage not only of the materials and processes of folklore, but also the history, methods, and theory of folkloristics.
  • Folklore aims to be lively, informative and accessible, while maintaining high standards of scholarship. 

The following articles are the top downloaded articles from Folklore. Read them with free access via this page only until December 31, 2019. 

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