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CFP: Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore

31.12.2012

Dear colleagues,

We are assembling an issue of Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore dedicated to sport culture and games. We are expecting articles on different topics of sport and traditional games phenomena in heritage (fan movements and traditions, different outputs of sport culture in new media, sport folklore and semiotics, etc). The issue will be published in December 2013, article submission deadline is 31 December 2012. If you are interested in submitting an article, please send a preliminary title and abstract to guest editors of this issue:

Piret Voolaid, piret@folklore.ee

Kalle Voolaid, kalle@spordimuuseum.ee

Submission guidelines can be found at our home page:

http://www.folklore.ee/folklore/submiss.htm

Editors: Mare Kõiva, Andres Kuperjanov

Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore

folklore@folklore.ee

Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published thrice yearly in English since June 1996.

Folklore: EJF publishes original articles on any aspects and all genres of folklore and comparative religion, including articles on mythology, folk religion and customs, paremiology, narratives, poetic folklore, ethno-musicology, various phenomena of contemporary culture, etc. The journal focuses on theoretical and empirical studies, evaluative review articles which promote knowledge gained in folklore research and related fields. There are occasional special issues devoted to a single topic meriting special attention. A separate section presents overviews and reports of literature, audiovisual materials, comments on conferences and fieldwork, introductions of excellent research centres, overviews of defended dissertations, etc.

Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore is indexed in the Thompson Reuters Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI), EBSCO’s Humanities International Complete, MLA Folklore Bibliography, Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, DOAJ, and C.E.E.O.L. The journal is issued in print and is freely accessible online.