Doctoral students can obtain a minor in Folklore studies by taking three advanced-level (numbered 300 or above) folklore courses for a total of 9 credits. Interested students should consult with the graduate coordinator, and have the minor plan approved by the the Program Leader of Folklore.

Faculty: Professor Livorni (chair, also French and Italian); Associate Professor Livanos; Assistant Professor Fielder; Lecturer Botero.

Affiliate Faculty: Professors Adler (German, Nordic, and Slavic), Casid (Art History),  Dharwadker (English), Garlough (Gender and Women's Studies), Gilmore (Landscape Architecture), Goodkin (French and Italian), Guyer (English), Kern (Asian Languages and Cultures), Longinovic (German, Nordic, and Slavic), Rosenblum (Jewish Studies), Valentine (Linguistics) Wells (English); Associate Professors Kapust (Political Science), Neyrat (English);  Assistant Professor Grunewald (English), 

International Affiliate Faculty: Ramalho de Sousa Santos (University of Coimbra, Portugal).

See also Faculty on the department website.