Admissions to the Folklore Studies Doctoral Minor have been suspended as of summer 2018. If you have any questions, please contact the department.

Students interested in a doctoral minor in folklore may either select an Option A Folklore minor or develop an Option B distributed minor with coursework in folklore and at least one other program. Students choosing an Option A minor select an advisor from the CLFS faculty, in consultation with the chair of the department. Students are expected to achieve a B or better in four folklore courses at the 300 level or above. Students must take either FOLKLORE/​L I S  490 or FOLKLORE 510. Three additional courses may be selected from other courses at the 300 level or above.

Faculty: Professors Dharwadker, Gilmore (also Landscape Architecture), Layoun, Livorni (chair, also French and Italian), Rosenblum (also Jewish Studies); Associate Professors Livanos, Statkiewicz; Assistant Professors Fielder, Grunewald, Neyrat, Wells. Affiliate Faculty: Adler (German, Nordic, and Slavic), Casid (Art History),  Garlough (also Gender and Women's Studies), Goodkin (French and Italian), Guyer (English), Kern (Asian Languages and Cultures), Longinovic (German, Nordic, and Slavic), Valentine (Linguistics); Associate Professors Kapust (Political Science);  International Affiliate Faculty: Ramalho de Sousa Santos (University of Coimbra, Portugal). See also Faculty on the department website.