6.0696 Folklore Fellows' Student Award (1/37)

Tue, 4 May 1993 16:16:53 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0696. Tuesday, 4 May 1993.

Date: Sat, 01 May 1993 02:39:13 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Prize


The Folklore Fellows' Student Folklore Award is presented by
the Society of Fellows of the American Folklore Society to
recognize and encourage creative and insightful contributions by
students to the field of folklore. Published professional work
(essays, books, exhibit catalogs, etc.) may be submitted to the
award committee for review. Publications must appear in print
between July 1, 1992 and June 30, 1993 to be considered. A cash
prize may be awarded by the Fellows and the award will be
announced at the American Folklore Society meeting on October
21-24 1993 in Eugene, Oregon.

Those wishing to enter the competition should send one
reprint or quality copy of their published work to each of the
committee members listed below before July 31, 1993. Students
should include a letter indicating the program in which they are
enrolled, their current student status, a return address and
phone number, as well as the date of appearance and source of
their publication. If the return of materials is desired,
entrants should include self-addressed envelopes or mailers with
sufficient postage. Copies of submissions should be send to:
Elliott Oring, P.O. Box 6268, Crestline CA 92325; Kenneth
Goldstein, Department of Folklore & Folklife, University of
Pennsylvania, 3440 Market Street, Ste 370, Philadelphia PA
19104-3325; Shirley Arora, Department of Spanish and Portuguese,
University of California, Los Angeles CA 90024-1532.