The Mediterranean Studies Section is sponsoring several sessions at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society, as well as an information table and business meeting.
The closing dance will be a participatory stomp dance hosted by the Duck Creek Ceremonial Ground, a Yuchi (Euchee) Ceremonial Ground of the Muscogee Nation whose membership includes people of Yuchi, Muscogee, Shawnee and other Native American heritages.
The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress will offer a free workshop at the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Register now for the Sukkot dinner and lecture, “Building Resistance: Ritual Structures for Radical Inclusion," by Gabrielle Berlinger.
Visit the Meeting Highlights page to learn more about sessions focusing on Greenwood and the Tulsa Race Massacre.
With the pandemic still hanging over us, we must remain vigilant in our protocols to prevent the spread of Covid-19 at our event. Learn more about Covid-19 prevention protocols for the Annual Meeting.
The AFS Nominating Committee has announced its slate of two candidates for each available office in the AFS 2022 election.
The time is now to reserve your room at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa and to ensure that you get the special room rate for AFS annual meeting registrants. You must book by September 20, 2022, to be sure to get the conference rate.
The conveners of the Transnational Asia/Pacific Section have assembled this guide highlighting panels, papers, and other events that might be of interest to section members or anyone interested in the folklore of Asia and the Pacific.
Take a walking tour of the historic Greenwood neighborhood or downtown Tulsa; check out the Woody Guthrie Center and the just-opened Bob Dylan Center; participate in a leadership workshop for culture workers; and more! Pre-registration by October 1 is required for many of these programs, so reserve your place now!