Notable Folklorists of Color
An online exhibition profiling ancestors of color who have contributed to folklore scholarship through research and documentation by, about, and for the uplift of historically and persistently marginalized communities.
AFS Career Center
The AFS Career Center connects folklorists across all disciplines and career stages with a large and diverse collection of relevant career opportunities.
Folklore Advocacy Toolkit
A guide to promoting and sustaining folklore work in the United States, including tips specific to nonprofit organizations, higher education, independent folklorists, and community scholars.
A web portal that provides access to online, open-access resources for folklore studies, including core journals of the field, open-access journals, digitized books, conference proceedings and papers, educational materials, and gray literature, including a collection of AFS publications like annual programs.
AFS Resources Collection
AFS Resources is a portal to a growing collection of assets that are interesting and valuable to folklorists and cultural workers, and that can easily grow as the wealth of our field grows.