About the Journal
Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture / Literatura Ludowa is the quarterly double-blind peer reviewed Open Access academic journal published by The Polish Ethnological Society.
Intended to be both international in its scope and interdisciplinary in approach, the Journal provides a forum for wide-ranging, in-depth discussion on historical and contemporary forms of folklore as well as popular and vernacular culture. Our aim is to publish original papers in folklore research, cultural anthropology, culture studies and related fields concerning language, literature, religion, history, performance, communication and new media.
Journal of Folklore and Popular Culture is financially supported by the Polish Ministry of Education and Science under the programme "Rozwój czasopism naukowych".
ISSN 2544-2872 (online)
ISSN 0024-4708 (print)
Polish Ethnological Society
ul. Fryderyka Joliot-Curie 12, 50-383 Wrocław, Poland
tel. +48 (71) 375 75 83
In connection with the tenth anniversary of Poland ratifying the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, and, simultaneously, the twentieth anniversary of establishing this convention, Journal of Folklore and Polulare Culture / Literatura Ludowa invites contributions of articles and reviews of academic publications undertaking interdisciplinary reflection on theoretical and practical issues connected with studying and safeguarding heritage in the context of the cultural landscape and various problems of late modernity.Read more