The PACF publishes, manages, or partners with several significant publications in the field of folklore studies. For more information about these publications, please contact the director, Anthony Bak Buccitelli.
Managed by the Center
Keystone Folklore/Keystone Folklore Quarterly
Keystone Folklore was the publication of the Pennsylvania Folklore Society and featured important early works in folklife and material culture, public folklore, and ethnic-urban folklore, many produced by students at the folklore and folklife program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Traditions, the newsletter of the Society for Pennsylvania Culture Studies, was published annually by the Pennsylvania Center for Folklore (at that time the Center for Pennsylvania Culture Studies) in conjunction with the SPCS.
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Published in Partnership with Penn State and the PACF
Cultural Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Folklore and Popular Culture
An open access online annual publication, Cultural Analysis was founded in 2000 at the University of California, Berkeley. Now published as a partnership between the PACF, Berkeley, and the Société Internationale d´Ethnologie et de Folklore (SIEF), Cultural Analysis is a leading international journal in the area of folkloristic and ethnological theory.
Edited by Affiliated Faculty in Partnership with the PACF
Western Folklore (ISSN 0043-373X), the journal of the Western States Folklore Society (formerly California Folklore Society), is published quarterly in winter, spring, summer, and fall. Founded in 1942, it has become the leading American journal devoted to the description and analysis of regional, national, and international folklore and custom. Subscribers include professional and amateur folklorists, anthropologists, sociologists, historians, as well as libraries, historical societies, and folk art museums.