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ANT 330: The U.S. Folklore Experience: Home

Welcome to the ANT 330 library guide!

This guide will provide you with resources and strategies to support your research papers in ANT 330. Need help? Contact Jen Bonnet (jenbonnet@maine.edu) at Fogler Library!

Scholarly Databases

The following databases represent a selection of the options available to you for finding scholarly articles on folkloric traditions for your research papers. Many of these databases will allow you to limit your results to scholarly articles or scholarly journals. If you are unsure if you have found a scholarly article (versus an article from the popular press, or from a trade publication), use the following guide.

Looking for other databases? See the full list here.

Folklore Institutions

The following organizations and institutes have collections, exhibits, and project descriptions that may inspire your thinking about your projects in this class, particularly your final research paper.


Additional relevant folklore sites and projects include:

Citing Your Work: Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Style Manual in Fogler

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