Free access to all Folklore Virtual Special Issues in July

For those of you involved in folklore research this may not be news, but I received an email advertising that the the journal Folklore is allowing free access to all Virtual Special Issues until the end of July.

Folklore is one of the earliest English-language journals in the field of folkloristics, first published as The Folk-Lore Record in 1878.

From paganism, religion and the afterlife to the representation of women during the second world war, these Virtual Special Issues offer an introduction to the broad range of topics that the journal covers. To help you explore the journal they have made the entire collection of Virtual Special Issues FREE to access online.

Don’t miss out! Free access ends on the 31st July 2014.

http://bit.ly/1nW4tfT

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