New York Folklore is pleased to announce that its website, https://www.nyfolklore.org, now provides increased access to back issues of its publication, Voices: the Journal of New York Folklore.
Jewish Folklore and Ethnology (JFE) is pleased to announce the publication in March 2023 of its inaugural peer-reviewed annual volume in print and online formats issued by Wayne State University Press. JFE is now accepting submissions for its second volume on Jewish practices and performances of the body, faith, home, and community in the present and the past, in oral, behavioral, visual, and material forms.
Sustaining Support for Intangible Cultural Heritage explores case studies from Gabon, India, Mozambique, Sri Lanka, and the USA to represent diverse positionalities and voices articulating the complexities, ambiguities and uncertainties within heritage discourses.
Los Cenzontles Productions has recently finished a new documentary called, Linda & La Marisoul: An Afternoon at Los Cenzontles. The 26-minute documentary is screening for free for one week on Los Cenzontles' Vimeo page beginning Valentine's Day.
Dra. Foulis interviewed esteemed scholar, writer and folklorist, Norma Elia Cantú for on her podcast, Latin@ Stories. Cantú discusses her writings on La Frontera as a place of memory, cultural vibrancy and home.
The Winter issue (v. 136, no. 539) of the JAF: A Global Quarterly will be available online and will arrive in mailboxes soon. This issue exemplifies the editorial team’s efforts to publish diverse formats and to enhance dialog within the journal.
JEWels is the first of its kind: the living tradition of Jewish stories and jokes transformed into poems, recording and reflecting Jewish experience from ancient times through the present day. In this novel hybrid—jokes and stories boiled down to their essence in short
Edited, translated and introduced by Nancy L. Canepa, this new release provides a representative selection of tales from the Italian fairy-tale tradition, translated into English, now available with a discount from Wayne State University Press.
ICH NGO's web dossier offers useful tools for developing ICH tourism projects, discussion of key issues, and examples of successful sustainable tourism initiatives.
Emily Hilliard explores contemporary folklife in West Virginia in Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia, which is available from the University of North Carolina Press.