Western Folklore
Description:

Western Folklore is the journal of the Western States Folklore Society (formerly the California Folklore Society). The journal, which began publication in 1942 as the California Folklore Quarterly, is devoted to the description and analysis of regional, national, and international folklore and custom, and to the development and critique of folklore theory. Subscribers include folklorists, anthropologists, sociologists, historians, university and public libraries, historical societies, and museums. One volume is published per year, with four numbers per volume.

Coverage: 1947-2011 (Vol. 6, No. 1 - Vol. 70, No. 1)
Moving Wall
Moving Wall: 5 years
ISSN: 0043373X
Subjects: Folklore, Humanities
Collections: Arts & Sciences III Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection