Other Folklore Events and Calls for Papers
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CFP: RAI2020 – Folklore, Geography and Anthropology: ways of knowing water/landscape/climate in the Anthropocene
- Start date: 4th Jun 2020
- End date: 7th Jun 2020
- British Museum, SOAS, RGS - London, UK
The Royal Anthropological Institute’s 2020 conference will be held 4 to 7 June 2020 at the British Museum, Clore Centre, SOAS, Senate House and Royal Geographical Society. It includes a panel bringing together scholars from folklore studies, anthropology and geography. This panel explores Other kinds of water/landscape/climate knowledge from scholars outside the hard geo-sciences,...
VIXEN TOR: Celebrating the Fierce Women of Folklore
- Start date: 20th Jun 2020
- End date: 20th Jun 2020
- Exeter Phoenix
A sister event to the Hell Tor Film Festival gothic weekend which ran last year, Vixen Tor is a one-day event designed to celebrate women in folklore. Talks from female folklorists, talks about female folklorists, a specially made film presentation from Doc Rowe and a workshop on Charms and Childbirth are part of the daytime line-up, rounding off with an interview and acoustic set w...
FEECA 2020 – Connection, Creativity, Community: Insider-Outsider Perspectives
- Start date: 3rd Jul 2020
- End date: 5th Jul 2020
- University of Aberdeen
Do you call yourself an ethnologist, a folklorist, an ethnomusicologist, a community activist, or anything
in between? Do you work in a university, a cultural organisation, or in the third/non-profit sector?
This conference aims to create a space to explore the purposes of this kind of work. Often the role combines
academic research and community-based, socially engaged practic...
Returning to the Green of England: English calendar customs in the post-Brexit, digital village
- Date: 9th Jul 2020
- Cantor Building, Sheffield Hallam University
CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline: 23rd April 2020
This one-day symposium, hosted by Sheffield Hallam University’s Centre for Contemporary Legend, seeks to explore the influence and impact of England’s calendar customs on contemporary communities, and what their continued performance means for us today. We actively encourage dialogue between disciplines and areas of study, and wel...
Folklore Fellows` Summer School 2020 “The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence”, Call for Applications
- Start date: 17th Aug 2020
- End date: 23rd Aug 2020
- University of Eastern Finland (UEF), Joensuu
The 10th Folklore Fellows` Summer School is hosted by the School of Humanities at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF) in Joensuu, 17-23 August 2020.
Folklore Fellows` Summer School 2020 "The Violence of Traditions and the Traditions of Violence" will provide the participants with an inspirational forum for learning and critical discussion on the violence of traditions and the...
COMELA 2020 – The Conference on Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology
- Start date: 2nd Sep 2020
- End date: 5th Sep 2020
- The American College of Greece
Call for Abstracts - The COMELA 2020, The Conference on Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology 2020
Following the growth of The Global Network for Linguistic Anthropology, we announce The COMELA 2020, The Conference on Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology 2020.
Purpose and Structure - Over 500 scholars globally will gather to present papers and engage...
Archives, Access, Ethics and Fraud
- Start date: 21st Oct 2020
- End date: 23rd Oct 2020
- Meertens Institute, Amsterdam
A SIEF Archives Working Group Conference 'Archives, Access, Ethics and Fraud' will take place in Amsterdam, October 21 – 23, 2020.
The Call for Papers can be found here: http://www.theomeder.nl/SIEF2020/CfP.pdf.
The deadline for abstracts is April 1st, 2020....
Celtic Myths and Folkores in the Anglophone World
- Start date: 6th Nov 2020
- End date: 6th Nov 2020
- Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Chambéry, France
Interdisciplinary workshop entitled "Celtic Myths and Folkores in the Anglophone World", organised by Noémie Beck (the University of Savoie Mont Blanc, Chambéry, France) and Frédéric Armao (the University of Toulon, France), Senior Lecturers in British and Irish History, specialised in Celtic myths and folklores.
The workshop will take place on November 6, 2020 in the Universit...