|Judith McCulloh Award for Lifetime Service to the Field|
This award is named for Judith McCulloh (1935-2014), a driving force for excellence and leadership in book and journal publishing in folklore, ethnomusicology, and music history, and the creator of and prime mover behind the "Folklore in Society" and "Music in American Life" book series for the University of Illinois Press.
It recognizes extraordinary contributions in service that advance the visibility and success of the American Folklore Society or the field of folklore studies. The awardee is honored at the American Folklore Society annual meeting, and is given a certificate and a $500 honorarium.
This award will be given from time to time; each spring we will review any nominations submitted by the deadline. To
nominate a candidate for the award, please submit (as a single PDF) a
cover letter and supporting materials detailing the rationale
for the candidate's nomination, by March 1 to AFS Executive Director Timothy Lloyd at email@example.com.
Nominees not selected in the year of their original nomination are kept in consideration for two more years.
Past Judith McCulloh Award Recipients:
Timothy Lloyd, American Folklore Society (2014)
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The 2016 IASTE Conference: Legitimating Tradition