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Culture & Tradition



Culture & Tradition

The Canadian Graduate Student Journal of Folklore

Culture & Tradition is published by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland. It is Canada's longest running, bilingual folklore journal. The journal was founded in 1976 by graduate students in the Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland and in Arts et Traditions Populaires at Université Laval, Quebec, with the aim of increasing communication among students of folklore in Canada. The journal is published annually. The title was chosen because, when the ampersand is used to join the words 'Culture' and 'Tradition', it is perfectly bilingual.

Culture & Tradition regularly publishes articles on folklore, folklife and its related disciplines in English or French. Articles on these topics are often published within the journal: belief, custom, legend, literature, oral narrative, song and music, speech and play, foodways, art and material culture, vernacular architecture, cultural landscapes, ethnography, theory, methodology and fieldwork, heritage, public/applied folklore, regional and ethnic group traditions and culture.



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Memorial University - Department of Folklore

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