JFRR Delivers Reviews to Your Inbox
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Posted by: Lorraine Cashman
Starting its eighth year of operation, the Journal of Folklore Research Reviews
publishes quality reviews of scholarly works of interest to folklorists and
fellow travelers, and distributes these reviews swiftly by sending them
directly to the electronic mailboxes of subscribers. To assure a reasonable degree of permanence in this
transitory cyber world, all reviews are preserved on the Journal of Folklore
Research website at http://www.indiana.edu/~jofr/. In 2012, JFRR published 94 reviews,
mostly of books, but on occasion of CDs and DVDs, written by 77 reviewers, and
mailed electronically to 1000 subscribers distributed literally all over the
New subscribers are welcome! Subscription to JFRR is free of
charge and delivers the benefit of keeping current with the lively world of
folkloristic research. To
subscribe, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
JFRR's sponsor, the Journal of Folklore Research, continues
to publish in print form original research articles and selected reviews from
JFRR. Visit the JFRR website for
further information on the journal and the e-mail review service, as well as
the permanent archive of reviews published by JFRR: http://www.indiana.edu/~jofr.
This year, editor John McDowell and associate editor William
Hansen are joined by Henry Glassie as associate editor; also, Kristina Downs
will serve this year as editorial assistant.