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The following is a list of courses that fall under the folklore program subject:

  • 100: Introduction to Folklore
  • 102: Introduction to Comparative Ethnic Studies
  • 103: Introduction to Music Cultures of the World
  • 210: The African Storyteller
  • 211: Global Langauge Issues
  • 220: The Folk Tale
  • 230: Introduction to American Folklore
  • 270: The Hero and Trickster in African Oral Traditions
  • 279: Introduction to Turkish Folk Literature
  • 320: Folklore of Wisconsin
  • 321: Javanese Performance
  • 326: Introduction to Asian Performance
  • 342: In Translation: Mythology of Scandinavia
  • 344: Anthropological Approaches to Folklore
  • 345: In Translation: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad
  • 346: In Translation: The Icelandic Sagas
  • 347: In Translation: Kalevala and Finnish Folk-Lore
  • 352: Shamanism
  • 359: Myth
  • 374: Indian Folklore
  • 399: Directed Study in Folklore for Undergraduates
  • 401: Musical Cultures of the World
  • 402: Musical Cultures of the World
  • 404: Music of South East Asia: Tradition, Innovation, Politics, and Religion
  • 411: African Poetry
  • 421: Javanese Performance Repertory
  • 428: Gender and Expressive Culture
  • 430: Topics in American Folklore: Ethnic Studies
  • 431: American Indian Folklore
  • 437: American Indian Women
  • 439: Foodways
  • 440: Scandinavian American Folklore
  • 443: Sami Culture, Yesterday, and Today
  • 444: Slavic and East European Folklore
  • 446: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations
  • 451: The Supernatural in the Modern World
  • 460: Folk Epics
  • 467: Women and Politics in Popular Culture and Folklore
  • 468: Feminism, Folklore, and Comparative Literature
  • 471: Oral Traditions and the Written Word
  • 490: Field Methods and the Public Presentation of Folklore
  • 491: Practicum in Public Folklore
  • 510: Folklore Theory
  • 512: Material Culture Analysis: The Arts and the Consumer Society
  • 515: Proseminar in Ethnomusicology
  • 517: The Irish Tradition
  • 518: The Scottish Tradition
  • 520: Ethnic Representations in Wisconsin
  • 522: Digitally Documenting Everyday Communication
  • 530: Topics in Folklore
    • Scandinavian and Celtic Folklore in Film
  • 539: The Folklore of Festivals and Celebrations
  • 540: Local Culture and Identity in the Upper Midwest
  • 560: Folklore in a Digital Age
  • 630: Seminar on American Folklore
  • 639: Field School: Ethnography of Wisconsin Festivals
  • 640: Topics in Ethnographic Textiles
  • 655: Comparative World Dress
  • 699: Independent Study in Folklore (Graduate)
  • 915: Seminar in Ethnomusicology
  • 970: Seminar in Folklore
  • 535: American Folk and Vernacular Music
  • 520: Ethnic Representations in Wisconsin

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