The Society’s journal, Folk Life, is sent free to all members annually. Folk Life is a quality journal, recognised worldwide, which contains many papers and seminal articles by leading authorities in folk life studies.
A wide range of historical and contemporary subjects is featured including agriculture, transport and maritime history, domestic crafts and traditional industries, vernacular architecture, home life and furnishings, costume, sports and pastimes, dialects, customs and folklore.
Contact the Editor (Lillis Ó Laoire).
Institutional subscribers should subscibe via Routledge’s website.
Instructions for authors are available on Routledge’s website.
Authors: please note the notice of intent to digitise back issues of Folk Life on Routledge’s website.
Members have full access to Folk Life content online. If you are a member you should go to www.tandfonline.com to register your account, using the email you provide with your subscription. When your account has been verified, you will see the Taylor and Francis Welcome screen. You should press “Your account” next to your recognised name at the top of the screen. Online access to the journal is reached vis “Account settings” and “view your access”. You will then find the journal name in the “Subscription” tab.
To sign up for free tables of contents alerts please see Routledge’s website.
Celebrate 50 years of Folklife - the defining articles.
The principle contents of Back Issues are now available (10% reduction to members).
- Vols 2-20 @ £1.00 each plus postage and packing
- Vols 21-35 @ £2.00 each plus postage and packing
- Vol 36 @ £10.00 plus postage and packing
- Vols 37-41 @ £17.00 each plus postage and packing
Orders should be sent to:
Society for Folk Life Studies, c/o Steph Mastoris, National Waterfront Museum, National Museum Wales, Oystermouth Road, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 3RD