Our WorkAnnual Meetings2022 Annual Meeting

Sign Up for 2022 Breakfast with a Fellow

For students only. Students meet informally over complementary breakfast with a senior folklorist, talking about selected topics as well as the students’ interests and questions. 

A student who has pre-registered for this event will have breakfast at one of four tables. Please indicate the order of your preferences in the First, Second, and Third Choice fields. The folklorists hosting the tables this year will be available to discuss the following topics:

  • James P. Leary (University of Wisconsin- Emeritus): Collaborative public folklore from a university base, laborlore and class, egalitarian approaches to folklore work
  • John McDowell (Indiana University – Emeritus): Folklore and environmental justice, poetics and stylistic analysis, indigeneity and modernity, Spanish American folk poetry
  • Betsy Peterson: Community engagement, archives
  • Patricia Turner (UCLA): Perspectives on legend study

2022 Annual Meeting: Breakfast with a Fellow Preregistration

Ideally, enter a number where you can be reached during the conference.
Preference Ranking
First Choice
Second Choice
Third Choice
Annual Meeting Policies
We ask that all meeting attendees familiarize themselves with AFS Annual Meeting Policies (https://americanfolkloresociety.org/our-work/meeting/annual-meeting-policies/). If you have questions or concerns, contact [email protected]
In-Person Meeting Risk
By submitting your registration below, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to Covid-19 exists in any public place where people are present. If you choose to attend any meeting program in-person, you assume all risks related to exposure to Covid-19 and agree not to hold the American Folklore Society, including its directors, officers, employees, contractors, partners, or volunteers, liable for any illness, injury or expense. Furthermore, you must agree to comply with the CDC guidelines for public gatherings that are current at the time of the conference to protect yourself and others.