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CALL FOR PAPERS for the last three slots in a thematic issue of LETONICA*

Are you working on the post-war disciplinary history of folkloristics or related discipline in the former Soviet Union or the Socialist Bloc countries? Please consider contributing a draft of an original research article to the thematic issue of a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by the Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art of the University of Latvia.

Our special interest lies in but is not limited to such themes as:

–Post-Socialism/Colonialism in the disciplines of folkloristics and ethnography;

–The impact of the Socialist heritage on the development of folkloristics in the post-Socialist countries;

–The role of the Socialist regimes of knowledge in the organization of folklore archives, ethnographic collections and other institutional representations of folklife;

–The contribution of folkloristics and related disciplines to resistance and dissent in the former USSR and the Soviet bloc countries;

Deadline: April 2021. Review/acceptance: June 2021. Publication: October 2021.

Inquiries: socfolk@gmail.com

* Double-blind peer-reviewed journal of East European Humanities. Published since 1991, free, SCOPUS indexed, online, informal Open Access, DOI.

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