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Focus and Scope
Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture. Literatura Ludowa is the quarterly double-blind peer reviewed Open Access academic journal published by The Polish Ethnological Society.
Intended to be both international in its scope and interdisciplinary in approach, the Journal provides a forum for wide-ranging, in-depth discussion on historical and contemporary forms of folklore as well as popular and vernacular culture. Our aim is to publish original papers in folklore research, cultural anthropology, culture studies and related fields concerning language, literature, religion, history, performance, communication and new media.
Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture. Literatura Ludowa welcomes contributions featuring theoretical analyses and case studies as well as articles addressing the ethnographical findings and fieldwork experience or reviews of new publications in the field.
Manuscripts can be submitted both to the thematic issues (see Call for papers) and to the general section included in each issue.
Call for papers:
All manuscripts submitted to Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture. Literatura Ludowa must adhere to the conditions described in our Author Guidelines
Contact (books and other media for review and all inquiries):
Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture. Literatura Ludowa
Institute of Culture Studies UMK
ul. Fosa Staromiejska 3
Piotr Grochowski (Institute of Culture Studies; Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń)
Vihra Baeva (Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies; Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia)
Petr Janeček (Institute of Ethnology; Charles University, Prague)
Aldona Kobus (Institute of Culture Studies; Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń)
Katarzyna Marak (Institute of Culture Studies; Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń)
Kristina Rutkovska (Institute for the Languages and Cultures of the Baltic; Vilnius University)
International Advisory Board:
Janina Hajduk-Nijakowska, University of Opole, Institute of Polish and Cultural Studies, Poland
Marek Jakoubek, Charles University, Institute of Ethnology, Czech Republic
Waldemar Kuligowski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Poland
Katya Mihaylova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies, Bulgaria
Stanisława Niebrzegowska-Bartmińska, Maria Curie Skłodowska University, Institute of Polish Philology, Poland
Anna Plotnikova, Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Federation
Tatciana Valodzina, The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, The Center for Belarusian Culture, Language and Literature Research, Belarus
Aušra Žičkienė, Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore, Lithuania
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