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Lusmore: a famous fairy plant in Ireland2019 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 11: 1-29
  • Stiofán Ó Cadhla
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
'Of fairies': an excerpt from a seventeenth-century magical manuscript2018 Folklore 129 (2): 192-8
  • Dan Harms
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Bewitched by an elf dart: fairy archaeology, folk magic and traditional medicine in Ireland2018 Cambridge archaeological journal 28 (3): 451-73
  • Marion Dowd
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Mythical images in the book From the life of fairies by V.V. Landsbergis2018 Liaudies kultūra 1: 85-95
  • Dainius Razauskas
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Witch hills in the vicinity of Joniškis in Molėtai d.2017 Liaudies kultūra 6: 93-5
  • Nijolė Laurinkienė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Changelings: alterity beyond difference2017 Folk life 55 (1): 12-21
  • Magnus Course
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
"Her room was her world": Nellie Sloggett and north Cornish folklore2017 Journal of ethnology and folkloristics 11 (2): 101-36
  • Simon Young
H6/KVT [JOURNAL-]1736-6518
Mythical notion of mushrooms in Lithuanian culture2016 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 52: 119-44
  • Vita Džekčioriūtė-Medeišienė
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831in special section 'Folklore, language, mythology'; English summary
The mental image of the mountain ash (Sorbus L.) in the Dictionary of the Lithuanian langauge2016 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 52: 85-104
  • Aurelija Gritėnienė
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831in special section 'Folklore, language, mythology'; English summary
A broader and deeper idea of fairy tale: reassessing concept, meaning, and function of the most debated genre in folk narrative research2016 Folklore (Tartu) 65: 69-88
  • Vito Carrassi
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Fairies in the folklore of Booshehr2015 Anthropology of the contemporary Middle East and Central Eurasia 3 (1): 36-42
  • Ebrahim Jamali
  • Farzaneh Sajadpoor
H6/KW [ANTHROPOLOGY-]2211-5722
Radmila - the fairy-clairvoyant. Rethinking ethnopsychiatry - a case study from Serbia2014 Curare 37 (1): 8-17, 79
  • Maria Vivod
H6/KGT [CURARE-]0344-8622in thematic issue 'Psychologische Dimensionen in der Medizinethnologie II: Tiefenpsychologische Perspektiven'; German and French summaries
A history of the fairy investigation society, 1927-19602013 Folklore 124 (2): 139-56
  • Simon Young
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Vicissitude of mythical characters in mythological tales: contacts with farm animals2013 Liaudies kultūra 1: 18-20
  • Inga Zemblienė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Three notes on west Yorkshire fairies in the nineteenth century2012 Folklore 123 (2): 223-30
  • Simona Young
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Supernatural beings from Slovenian myth and folktales2012 Studia mythologica slavica supplementa 6: 5-284
  • Monika Kropej
H6/KVP [STUDIA MYTHOLOGICA SLAVICA. Suppl.-]1581-9744in monographic issue 'Supernatural beings from Slovenian myth and folktales'; with dictionary of Slovenian supernatural beings in appendix, 215-49
Gould and the fairies2011 The Australian journal of anthropology 22 (1): 89-103
  • Anna Branford
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Believing in a secular age: anthropology, sociology and religious experience'
What is 'real' in believing in supernatural beings? The informant's cut2011 Studia mythologica slavica 14: 113-24
  • Luka Šešo
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Folk narratives and beliefs'; Croatian summary
The mythic cyborgs of Croatian oral legends and the fantasy genre2011 Studia mythologica slavica 14: 87-106
  • Suzana Marjanić
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Folk narratives and beliefs'; Croatian summary
Moll Anthony, wise-woman of Kildare: the survival of tradition in the face of modernization2010 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 6: 92-112
  • Erin Kraus
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
Calamity meat and cows of abundance. Traditional ecological knowledge in Irish folklore2010 Anthropological journal of European cultures 19 (2): 44-61
  • Patricia Monaghan
*H6/KF [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0960-0604in thematic section 'Human ecology and the anthropology of place'
'I know about it, but I do not want to talk': traditional beliefs in supernatural creatures in the Dalmatian hinterland2010 Narodna umjetnost 47 (2): 97-111
  • Luka Šešo
H6/KVP [NARODNA-]0547-2504English summary
Accounts of the supernatural - toward local foundations of group belonging2010 Etnološka tribina 40 (33): 107-15
  • Luka Šešo
H6/KVT [ETNOLOSKA-]0351-1944English summary
Queen of the fairies and Biblical queen. Notes on the Romanian Herodias2009 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 54 (2): 265-78
  • Emanuela Timotin
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803in thematic issue 'Folk religion and folk belief in Central-Eastern Europe'
Tündéres and the Order of St Ilona or, did the Hungarians have fairy magicians?2009 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 54 (2): 379-96
  • Éva Pócs
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803in thematic issue 'Folk religion and folk belief in Central-Eastern Europe'
Witch or demon? Fairies, vampires, and nightmares in early modern Spain2008 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 53 (2): 381-410
  • Fabían Alejandro Campagne
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803
Filming fairies: popular film, audience response and meaning in contemporary fairy lore2006 Folklore 117 (3): 279-96
  • Juliette Wood
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Getting shot of elves: healing, witchcraft and fairies in the Scottish witchcraft trials2005 Folklore 116 (1): 19-36
  • Alaric Hall
H6/KF [FOLKLORE]0015-587X
Contemporary legends from the Slovene Karst in comparison with fairy-lore and belief traditions2005 Studia mythologica slavica 8: 227-50
  • Monika Kropej
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271
Believers, sceptics, and charlatans: evidential rhetoric, the fairies, and fairy healers in Irish oral narrative and belief2005 Folklore 116 (1): 1-18
  • Timothy Corrigan Correll
H6/KF [FOLKLORE]0015-587X
The return of the fairy folk: a view from the tourist shops of Ireland2004 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 21: 198-208
  • Tok Thompson
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831
Le jour de la fleur-fee: le gaillet et la Saint-Jean en Roumanie2003 Cahiers de litterature orale 53/54: 123-57, [plates i-vii]
  • Ileana Gaita
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]0396-891Xin thematic issue Plantes et tradition orale'; English summary
Bos primigenius in Britain: or, why do fairy cows have red ears?2002 Folklore 113 (1): 71-82
  • Jessica Hemming
H6/ KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
'Vilenica' and [Vilenjak]: bearers of an extinct fairy cult2002 Narodna umjetnost 39 (1): 31-63
  • Zoran Čiča
The magic suggestion: fairy - witch - sorcerer2002 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 16: 155-64
  • Rita Repšienè
1392-2831in special issue 'Woman in folklore'; English summary
The lover-fairy in Serbian literature from the period of the Romanticism2002 Studia mythologica slavica 5: 191-204
  • Dejan Ajdačić
1408-6271in special section 'Mythology and literature'; English summary
[The] [Raganinẹs] - a new group of Lithuanian sacred places2002 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 16: 165-72
  • Vykintas Vaitkevičius
1392-2831in special issue 'Woman in folklore'; English summary
On the fairies in folk ballads2001 Studia mythologica slavica 4: 207-24
  • Dejan Ajdačić
1408-6271English summary
The witch's familiar and the fairy in early modern England and Scotland2000 Folklore 111 (2): 283-305
  • Emma Wilby
H6/ KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Sur fées et sorcières dans les contes populaires. (Une typologie mystifiée entre le populaire et le savant)1995 Artes populares 16/17 (1): 110-14
  • Antonio Rodr guez Almodóvar
The fairy bride legend in Wales1992 Folklore 103 (1): 56-72
  • Juliette Wood
Les fées du Molard de Vions (Savoie)1992 Le monde alpin et rhodanien 20 (1/4): 307-15
  • A Joisten
  • C Abry
Siniste zahar eta ez hain zahar1988/9 Anuario de Eusko folklore 35: 65-82
  • J Casenave-Harigile