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The American Folklore Society is home to almost 30 interest-group sections that serve as gathering places and forums within the Society for people with common interests in the field.

Some sections serve primarily as conversation groups, and simply hold gatherings at the Society’s annual meeting where section members can share news about work in their areas of interest. Other sections are more active; many use their webpages here, and most sections organize annual meeting paper sessions or produce their own publications, or both. A few sections give prizes to recognize and encourage good work in their area(s) of interest.

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With this Section, we hope to highlight the talents of folklorists, provide an opportunity for dialogue, and consider how creative writing has influenced the field of folklore—what we do and how we do it—and how folklore influences creative writers. We also believe that our work with creative writing will broaden public awareness of folklore and of the issues folklorists explore.

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The Folklore and Museum section connects museum-oriented scholars in folklore and neighboring fields and promotes folklore scholarship and practice in museum settings.

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Welcome Independent Folklorists' Section Members! This is our section's private space on the AFS website to communicate. Please post your thoughts or news to our IndiFolk Forum. To submit an event to the Section's calendar email one of the conveners with the details and they will upload it.

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The Nordic-Baltic Section is open to all who are interested in Nordic-Baltic folkloristics or the folklore of the Nordic or Baltic countries, irrespective of its origins, including the circumpolar areas and Nordic or Baltic minority groups around the world. The purpose of the section is to advance folkloristic studies connected with these fields and connect scholars all over the world whose work bears on those subjects. Both members and non-members of AFS are welcome to join the section.

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We promote the study of the relationship of folklore to politics and the politics of everyday life, and provide a voice within the American Folklore Society for issues of social justice, striving to applying our work with a vision of a more just and equitable world. We have about 100 members and serve as a participatory-driven resource organization for our members.

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Indiana University, Eigenmann Hall, 1900 East Tenth Street, Bloomington, IN 47406 USA
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