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Courses in Folklore Studies

Here’s a selection of courses and classes on folklore studies at various different levels ranging from learning for fun to Masters and PhD.

PhD in Folklore, Contemporary Legend, Film & Media, at Sheffield Hallam University

PhD opportunities in folklore, contemporary legend, film & media at the Centre for Culture Media and Society (CCMS), Sheffield Hallam University.  Application deadline:  9th May 2022  More details

MA in Folklore Studies at University of Hertfordshire

Exciting news for anyone in England wanting to turn their interest in folklore into an academic qualification: the University of Hertfordshire offer a Folklore Studies MA, which runs both part-time and full-time. For further details on the programme of study and how to apply: https://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/ma-folklore-studies

Post-graduate studies in Folklore and Ethnomusicology, at The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen

Taught M.Litt, Research M.Litt and PhD programmes in folklore and ethnomusicology: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/elphinstone/programmes-study/index.php

University of Edinburgh, School of Celtic and Scottish Studies

MA in Scottish Ethnology: full time, 4 year programme: https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/undergraduate/degrees/index.php?action=view&code=V910

Short Courses taught by Juliette Wood, University of Cardiff

The Tudors: Fact, Fiction and Fantasy, in person, Thursdays for 9 weeks from 28 April 2022, 18:00-20:00

“Learn for Pleasure,” Courses taught by Mark Norman

Introduction to British Folklore course taught by Mark Norman, online, booking now for next session