Congratulations to CFS alumna Ziying You, whose co-edited volume Chinese Folklore Studies Today: Discourse and Practice has just been published by Indiana University Press!
Congratulations to Sophia Enriquez, who passed her doctoral exams last week with an interdisciplinary committee consisting of Danielle Fosler-Lussier (chair), Michelle Wibbelsman, Dorry Noyes, and Ryan Skinner.
Hearty congratulations go to Martha Sims, who passed her candidacy exams in August. Her committe was composed of Amy Shuman (director), Dorry Noyes, Merrill Kaplan, and Kay Halasek. She will continue her fascinating work on tattoo lore as she moves forward with her projects.
Congratulations to Moriah Flagler, a postdoctoral fellow for the Global Arts and Humanities Discovery team and the Artistic Director for Be The Street. She has been awarded the Mentor of the Year Award through the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
We are thrilled to announce that the Center for Folklore Studies has received $25,000 from the Columbus Foundation for the Ohio Field School. An initial donation of $100,000 from the Columbus Foundation in 2016 allowed us to successfully conduct an immersive field school in Sc