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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow The American Folklife Center at the invites applications for three competitive awards supporting e… https://t.co/eaj5XwTxvC 16 hours 21 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow A little bit of from Dolly’s birthday this week. https://t.co/ZmE3O9l6aX 17 hours 28 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Was asked about non-academic writing about today, and remembered this fun article I wrote for the… https://t.co/2ejokAUxtM 17 hours 54 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Sarah Lawrence College is seeking candidates for a 3-year, Public Humanities Fellow Faculty Position to lead a comm… https://t.co/WYjcy0NO6g 1 day 15 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : I'm sorry to learn from of the passing of the Koreanist Roger Janelli. This article 'Toward a Recon… https://t.co/8oqhZENPxq 1 day 16 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : I got one of these grants back in the day (Blanton Owen Fund). It helped c… https://t.co/z2KdCGpq2M 1 day 16 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow A number of job openings in North Carolina that could be good fits for folklorists or artists, including: Studio Ma… https://t.co/SyLalBc9xk 1 day 16 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : In Korean lore, a hermit took an arrow from a tiger's paw. The two became best friends. When tiger was dying, it as… https://t.co/WA2nLNAnFG 2 days 12 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Roses are red. Violets are blue. I’m Crystal excited to be back with you! Hi, ! Thank… https://t.co/kW9N0UCrAH 2 days 12 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Catmint brings all the cats to the yard! This inspired the old saying: “If you set it, the cats will eat it. If yo… https://t.co/g6PoqWwpRj 2 days 15 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : White Radish/Daikon also known as 'Little Ginseng' inspired the Ancient Chinese Saying, “When white radishes are in… https://t.co/eLbLs8ILh4 2 days 15 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis - Milkflowers of the snow) are associated with purity & the feast of Candlemas/Purific… https://t.co/TtKZMa9Qk8 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : According to legend planting in the garden may grant your house protection & attract t… https://t.co/VccopmwCCm 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : White Deadnettle/Archangel "makes the head merry, drives away melancholy, quickens the spirits", & has a range of o… https://t.co/R2LDUxmNxo 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Aconite (aka monkshood) is named after Aconitus Hill, where Hercules fought Cerberus, guard dog of the Underworld.… https://t.co/1TYHl9WgnH 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Several French menhirs are known locally as La Pierre qui Pousse (The stone which grows) because they were traditio… https://t.co/XisM4lfjE5 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : The bells of foxgloves ring to warn foxes of hunters and the fairies give foxglove blooms to foxes to put on their… https://t.co/JhXYM7XPX6 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Good morning! here to start today's plant and flower themed ! (Image: Eleanor Vere… https://t.co/3NgErdEXGh 2 days 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Folklore comrades! I need to pick a novel for my c… https://t.co/uJjZ9qMZFw 3 days 4 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Remembering Lead Belly, born on this day in 1888 in Mooringsport, Louisiana. Here he is performing “Take This Hamme… https://t.co/53opvEu4O0 3 days 10 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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