The Women's Section of the American Folklore Society has extended the deadline for its Polly Stewart Student Travel Stipend to August 15, 2022.
The AFS Public Programs Section has extended the deadline for applications to its Archie Green Student Travel Award to August 15.
The Transnational Asia/Pacific Section of the American Folklore Society has extended the application deadline for its Saboohi I. Khan Award for Student Scholarship in Asian and Asian American Folklore. Submissions are due by August 15, 2022.
AFS is taking applications for the Zora Neale Hurston Prize. Submissions are due by August 15, 2022.
The deadline for applications to the 2022 Folklore and Science Annual Prizes, given by the AFS Public Programs Section, has been extended to August 1.
The deadline has been extended for the 2022 Independent and Public Folklore Travel Stipend, which provides support for a member of the Independent Folklorists Section engaged in public folklore to attend the AFS Annual Meeting.
Each year, the Women’s Section of the American Folklore Society awards two prizes in honor of pioneering scholar Elli Köngäs-Maranda.
The AFS Independent Folklorists’ Section and the Women’s Section offer an Annual Meeting Award of $750 to attend the AFS Annual Meeting.
The AFS African American Section is proud to call for submissions for this new award, offered to celebrate and encourage African American traditional cultural expression and galvanize folklorists, ethnographers and ethnomusicologists of color to participate in the documentation of African American folklife.
The AFS Women’s Section invites applications for the Polly Stewart Travel Stipends for one or more students to attend the AFS annual meeting.