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Gender, ethno-nationalism, and the anti-Mexicanist trope2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 3-24
  • Alex E. Chávez
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
A woman's place is in the (greasepaint) White House: how the 2016 presidential election sparked a creepy clown craze2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 25-52
  • Sarah M. Gordon
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
“Mas amas diehtá maid oarri borrá?”: Contesting sustainability in Sápmi2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 53-78
  • Tim Fandy
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Neighborliness and decency, witchcraft and famine: reflections on community from Irish folklore2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 79-100
  • Ray Cashman
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Revisiting stories from the 1989 and 1990 Smithsonian Summer Folklore Institute for Community Scholars2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 101-12
  • Betty J. Belanus
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Collecting the folklore of Ireland: the schoolchildren's contribution2021 Folklore 132 (1): 1-33
  • Patricia Lysaght
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Rice and rhyme: seeing Zhuang rice-related folklore through their folk songs2021 Folklore 132 (1): 34-58
  • Haitao Liu
  • Yanni Lin
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Burning feathers: a hint at hysteria in a Connecticut witchcraft case2021 Folklore 132 (1): 59-71
  • Joseph Pentangelo
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Making 'modern fairies': making fairies modern2021 Folklore 132 (1): 72-96
  • Carolyne Larrington
  • Fay Hield
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
From arrival stories to origin mythmaking: missionaries in the Marshall Islands2021 Ethnohistory 68 (1): 53-75
  • Ola Gunhildrud Berta
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]1527-5477
Instead of introduction: how old is sacredness?2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 7-14
  • Tõnno Jonuks
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949introduction to special issue 'History matters'
From nature romanticism to eco-nationalism: the development of the concept of Estonians as a forest nation2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 33-62
  • Atko Remmel
  • Tõnno Jonuks
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Sustaining and substituting the sacred: coin trees in Britain and Ireland2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 63-80
  • Ceri Houlbrook
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
A joke, mockery, or something more? The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster - an invented religion or a new movement?2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 81-100
  • Siarhei A. Anoshka
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Buried alive: the phenomenon of apparent death in Estonian tradition2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 101-20
  • Eda Kalmre
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
The role of Jizō statues in temple atmosphere, seen through the eyes of Sendai temple abbots2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 121-56
  • Alīse Eishō Donnere
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Legends of places as part of the sustainable development of regions2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 157-78
  • Barbara Ivančič Kutin
  • Monika Kropej Telban
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Enrabamento, healing and protection: cosmologies of the Caboclo Ataíde in the northeast of Pará2021 Mana 27 (1): 1-38
  • Flávio Leonel Abreu da Silveira
  • Jerônimo da Silva e Silva
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries
Introduction into health-related folklore and its research: from first-hand experiences to second-hand narrating models2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 7-20
  • Reet Hiiemäe
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Vernacular reactions to COVID-19 in Estonia: crisis folklore and coping2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 21-52
  • Mare Kalda
  • Mare Kõiva
  • Piret Voolaid
  • Reet Hiiemäe
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
The general, his fandom, and a participatory pandemic2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 53-78
  • Angelina Ilieva
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
COVID-19 and the traditional culture of the Udmurts2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 79-116
  • Galina Glukhova
  • Nikolai Anisimov
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Faith in times of COVID-19: integrating religion in the fight against COVID-19 in Tanzania2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 117-34
  • Jonas Kinanda
  • Magolanga Shagembe
  • Thomas J. Ndaluka
  • Vendelin Simon
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Online coping with the first wave: COVID humor and rumor on Dutch social media (March-July 2020)2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 135-58
  • Theo Meder
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Early days of the novel Coronavirus: public responses in social media during the first month of the outbreak2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 159-82
  • Maris Kuperjanov
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
From “unbelievable stupidity” to “secret clues for staying healthy”: CAM landscape and boundary-work in Estonian and Finnish mainstream media in April 20202021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 183-214
  • Reet Hiiemäe
  • Terhi Utriainen
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
“Doctors just don’t care about people!” How medical specialists are depicted in a vaccine-critical Estonian Facebook group2021 Folklore (Tartu) 82: 215-36
  • Marko Uibu
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Health-related folklore and its research'
Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (532): 137-46
  • Diane E. Goldstein
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751introduction to special issue 'Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion'
Refinishing the story: trasnforming stories of life into life stories2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (532): 147-64
  • Tom Mould
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion'
Missing finishes and diminishing Hheroes in Hurricane Katrina survivor stories2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (532): 165-79
  • Carl Lindahl
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion'
Narrative breakdown in the political asylum process2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (532): 180-95
  • Amy Shuman
  • Carol Bohmer
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion'
The place where things fall apart: the world from inside the fragment2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (532): 196-207
  • Diane E. Goldstein
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in special issue 'Unfinished stories: problematizing narrative completion'
Horsing around again: poetics and intention in oral narrative performance2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (1): 5-46
  • Katherine Borland
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
On cultural appropriation2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (1): 77-122
  • Jason Baird Jackson
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Of milk and men: normative masculinity in Scandinavian milk-witch legend2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (2): 1-29
  • Amber R. Cederström
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Click “here” to post a comment: legend discussion and transformation in online forum2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (2): 31-62
  • Jeffrey S. Debies-Carl
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Cultural brokerage revisited2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (2): 63-104
  • Robert Baron
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Public folklore? German Fastnacht and knowledge production between application, participation, and intervention2021 Journal of folklore research 58 (2): 105-30
  • Karin Bürkert
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
An ethnography of an imaginary road: fear, death, and storytelling in the Icelandic Westfjords2021 Folklore 132 (2): 115-39
  • Matthias Egeler
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
The undesired other: on the negative attitude towards the ‘Other’ in South Slavic oral lyric in the context of love and weddings2021 Folklore 132 (2): 140-64
  • Ana Vukmanović
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
The genre, games, and gender: the textual representations of childhood play in the Maṅgalakāvyas of pre-colonial Bengal2021 Folklore 132 (2): 165-88
  • Subhadipa Dutta
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Knowing nature: bear-human bestiality in the Gesta Romanorum2021 Folklore 132 (2): 189-207
  • Jennifer Alberghini
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Connected through custom: well dressing in Jon McGregor's novel, Reservoir 132021 Folklore 132 (2): 208-17
  • Sophie Parkes-Nield
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Telling our own stories: reciprocal autoethnography at the intersections of race, class, and gender2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 252-7
  • Diana Baird N'Diaye
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Tearing own monuments: missed opportunities, silences, and absences - a radical look at race in the American folklore studies2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 258-64
  • Anand Prahlad
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Systemic racism in American folkloristics2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 265-71
  • John W. Roberts
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Talking about the weather: common sense, common sensing, commonplaces2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 272-91
  • Dorothy Noyes
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Jalisco is Mexico: race and class in the Encuentro Internacional del Mariachy y la Charrería in Guadalajara, México (1994-2003)2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 292-318
  • Mary-Lee Mulholland
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Katharine Lee Bates’ Ballad Book and the pedagogy of the ballad2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 319-42
  • Michael J. Bell
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Plantation courtship2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (533): 343-5
  • Frank D. Banks
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751prev publ in J Amer Folkl 1894, 7(25): 147-9; with commentary by S Moody-Turner in this issue, 346-9