The American Folklore Society deplores acts of racist violence and harassment directed at Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders. We have signed the statement condemning anti-Asian violence issued by the American Council of Learned Societies as well as the statement of the

The following Journal of American Folklore articles were the 20 most viewed, printed, or downloaded from JSTOR during 2020. 1. E. C. Perrow. 1915. “Songs and Rhymes from the South.” JAF 28:108.6863 prints, views, or downloads 2. Fletcher Gardner. 1906. “Philippine (Tagalog) Superstitions.” JAF 19:74.6352 prints, views, or downloads

The American Folklore Society has joined the American Historical Association statement condemning “the actions of those who, on January 6, stormed the United States Capitol, the seat of the nation’s legislature, the heart of its democratic form of governance.” AFS unequivocally condemns the actions

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