|Public Programs Bulletin|
The Public Programs Bulletin, an annual publication of the Public Programs Section of the American Folklore Society, is a communications tool for public folklorists, or for anyone with an interest in public folklore. Consisting primarily of annual reports from public folklorists and public folklore programs, it also publishes short articles and commentaries on issues related to public folklore, and an annual directory of public folklorists.
Back issues of the Bulletin from 2001 to 2008 can be found online. We will add earlier issues in the coming months.
The Bulletin began publication in 1983 as the Public Programs Newsletter. Starting in 2001, it was published in both hard copy and electronic form. Publication was temporarily suspended after 2008. The AFS Public Programs Section is planning to revive it as an exclusively electronic publication.
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