|Fellows of the American Folklore Society|
Established in 1960, the Fellows of the American Folklore Society is an honorary body of folklorists, whose election to the Fellows signifies their outstanding contributions to the field. Members of the Fellows have produced a significant number of important articles, books, and other scholarly productions or exhibitions on folklore, and have provided meritorious service to the Society and the discipline of folklore studies. In addition to its honorary function, the Fellows sponsor activities to advance folklore studies, including mentoring programs for students, plenary sessions at the annual meeting, and special awards. The Fellows meet annually during the AFS annual meeting, usually inducting new members at that time.
Follow the links below to find Fellows' biographical and professional information.
12/2/2013 » 12/4/2013
Understanding The North: The Global Heritage of Castrén
12/6/2013 » 12/8/2013
Three-Day International Conference on Humour: Texts, Contexts
12/17/2013 » 12/21/2013
International Conference: Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity