The home page for UC-Berkeley's distinguished Department of Folkore.
A history of the development of academic Folklore studies in Israel with additional links to many other sites, both Jewish and Folkloric.
Academic site fostering the interdisciplinary growth of Oral Tradition Studies, a highly complex field derived from the older and more defined areas of folklore, anthropology, literary studies, and linguistics.
One of the largest repositories of American folklore in the US, housing over 25 folklore collections and projects, home to Utah State University's graduate Folklore Program, and part of USU's Special Collections and Archives, where the historical American Folklore Society Manuscript Collection is housed.
A peer-reviewed internet and hadcopy journal dedicated to investigating expressive and everyday culture; based at the University of California, but global in scope.
Established 1962 by Stith Thompson and Richard Dorson; specialities include language and literature, folk and traditional arts, and ritual and belief.
Ph.D and MA programmes in universities (U.S. centric).
Part of the University of Sheffield, UK. Details of current research projects and courses offered.
An introduction to online cultural resources offered by the Manuscripts Department, Academic Affairs Libraries, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: finding aids and guides, databases, photographs, sound recordings, and exhibits.
One of the largest repositories of South Slavic heroic song; located at Widener Library, Harvard University; online exhibition of photos, song transcriptions, and video.