Guide to Folklore Resources

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Guide to Folklore Resources

What is folklore?

Folklore includes a range of expressive culture: stories, music, pottery, games, vernacular architecture, and much more.

Folklore Resources on Campus

Find books, articles, journals, and special collections about folklore on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus.

Regional Folklore Resources

There are a multitude of museums, cultural centers, and websites about American folklore in the United States.

Campus Folksong Club Oral History Project

The Campus Folksong Club was active during the early 1960's through the early 1970s. Learn about its history and members on the following webpages.

About the Guide to Folklore Resources

This Guide to Folklore Resources was developed by Tracie Wilson, 2006-2007 CLIR Fellow and folklorist with technical assistance by Tabatha Becker, Reference and Web Resources Graduate Assistant.