The Folklore Historian, in association with the Folklore and History Section of the American Folklore Society, solicits entries for the endowed Richard Reuss Prize. The biennial prize honors Richard Reuss (1940-1986), founding editor of TheFolklore Historian and a leading chronicler of folklore studies. The prize of 100 dollars will be awarded to an unpublished student paper (6,000-12,000 words) on a subject dealing with the history of folklore studies. The winner of the prize will have his or her paper submitted for publication in the Folklore Historian. Submit papers in RTF, Word, or WordPerfect by August 1, 2013, to Professor Jill Terry Rudy via email to email@example.com.