We are pleased to announce that issue 37.1, Folklore and the Internet, is now accessible online at the Folklore Forum website, http://www.indiana.edu/~folkpub/forum. We welcome comments on the articles and reviews therein and look forward to hearing your feedback!
Folklore Forum is produced by graduate students at the Folklore and Ethnomusicology Department of Indiana University. The journal encourages the free-flowing exchange of research and ideas on all aspects of folklore and folklife. An interdisciplinary publication, Folklore Forum seeks to continually question existing assumptions and bring new ideas to the fore of humanities and social sciences.
Thank you very much for your support, we hope that you continue to partake in the Folklore Forum community.
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