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Folk Studies Current Students

If you have questions about our undergraduate general education courses, undergraduate Folklore Minor, Master of Arts in Folk Studies, Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, or any of our many opportunities or resources, please contact the Director of Folk Studies or other Folk Studies faculty.

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Complete Your Undergraduate Folklore Minor

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Discover What Folklorists Do

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Check out the variety of resources housed in our department or easily accessible to members of our community. These include teaching labs and collections; fieldwork equipment, books, and archives; unique spaces and sites for research, gatherings, and performances; and funding and professional development opportunities.

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