Folklore touches all our lives, from birth to death, from initiation
to finals, from yesterday's memories to tomorrow's divinations, from one to all. CSUF offers a number
of courses treating both folklore (the "stuff") and folkloristics
(the discipline) taught by experts in the field. In addition we maintain
folklore archives to serve your research needs.
From here you can proceed to:
An annotated bibliography of over 10,000 traditional narrative folk songs from all over the English-speaking world.
John Patrick's DrinkingSongs.net (ltd. edition)
Unedited, uncensored pieces of folklore are a tremendously important resource for the study of culture - both past and contemporary. Some folklore items here may be considered prejudiced, stereotyped or offensive, and they may not reflect our opinions or those with whom we have communicated.
If you would be offended by this material, please avoid this directory.
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