“International journal of folkloristics that publishes research on vernacular culture including traditional music, language and popular religion.” Originally, the main title had been Folk-Lore, but the hyphen was dropped with the appearance of volumes 69/70 (1958/9), although the Folk-Lore Society retained the hyphen in its name into the 1960s.
The bibliography contains records for 27 publications in this journal.
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