Folklore Magazine Archives
Folklore Archival Issues Online
We have published Folklore Magazine quarterly since 1979.
We share past editions here, free of charge, after three years.
All writing and images (except, in the case of images, where otherwise notified) are copyright the authors.
Past editions of Folklore contain outdated language relating to Indigenous peoples. Common tropes and stereotypes are present. In the exceptionally rare instances where a particularly derogatory term was used, a note has been added to the pdf disclaiming the use of the term. Though none of these things have any place in modern editions of Folkore, we present them here as-is for the purposes of research. We want to learn from our past and move forward in the future.
Folklore Finding Aids
Searcheable pdfs, compiled by decade, are available by contacting the SHFS office.
Archival Folklore Issues