Volume 40 of the Children’s Folklore Review is now available to view and download at https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/cfr/index. The volume is the first issue edited by K. Brandon Barker, who recently assumed the editor position held previously by Brant Ellsworth. Formed in 1977, Children’s

We are excited to unveil the new look of AFS, a visual redesign that matches the vibrancy, relevance, and immediacy of our field. The new package, featuring an updated and improved website, was designed and developed to better communicate our work to

The American Folklore Society acknowledges the critical role that diverse leadership will play in our future success. This year, in collaboration with the AFS Executive Board, the Nominating Committee seeks candidates in two areas: Nominating Committee (1 open position)Executive Board (3 open

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