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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : How do people make contradictory ideas work? - 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Fake news isn't new. And folklorists know this genre all too well. This is why you should 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Happy Folklore Thursday! Don't miss this call for submissions from the Journal of American Folklore, recently... https://t.co/9W39cw3MOA 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow AFS is seeking a new executive director to succeed Tim Lloyd, who will retire in early 2018. This is a remarkable... https://t.co/ZYUfu0I3gn 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Congratulations to those receiving fellowships and awards from the American Folklife Center! https://t.co/OBFyyxynmi 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow A great summary of this June tradition, provided by folklorist Stephanie Hall on the Folklife Today blog. https://t.co/y35XHYl8Jm 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Shelley Ingram asks what it means, in the age of fake news, to tell students that the truth value of legends doesn't matter. 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow RT : Allowing folk responses to folklore in a classroom environment is okay. Probably actually beneficial. 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow We hope we'll see you in Baltimore in 2019! https://t.co/sriE9jTaFu 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Just one example of the great work being done by the Veterans History Project! https://t.co/IWT4b7PfOO 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow From our "Did you know...?" series of articles - learn how we work to keep the AFS annual meeting affordable. https://t.co/hzP5nCOHY8 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow If you attended the Conference on the Future of American Folkloristics, the organizers would like to hear your... https://t.co/AHpH0P61I4 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Are you attending this consortium on Heritage Studies, co-sponsored by Arkansas State University's Heritage... https://t.co/T0k8j6AXAd 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow In case you missed it: please act now in support of the NEA, NEH, and other Federal Cultural Agencies. This... https://t.co/gU3sSB71b6 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow On the monetization of scholarly writing. (this article also provides suggestions for non-profit alternatives to... https://t.co/PC70fGBfm6 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Have you seen this article from the AFS "Did you know...?" series? https://t.co/UmuBY9uij5 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow An interview with AFS President-elect Dorothy Noyes. https://t.co/Am6yeCFTqn 2 years 1 week ago Reply Retweet Favorite
American Folklore Society @afsfolklorists Follow Students, don't forget! Submissions for the Jonathan T. Yeh Award for Student Scholarship in Asian and Asian... https://t.co/Krf5VPGPJ0 2 years 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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