Folklore Archives Webinars - December 2022
Our next live Folklore Archives Webinars session on 7 of December 2022 at 18:00-19:30:
Folklore Archives Webinars - November 2022
Our next live Folklore Archives Webinars session on 23 November 2022 at 18:00-19:30:
Folklore Archives Webinars - May 2022
Our next live Folklore Archives Webinars session on 9th of May 2022 at 18:00-19:30:
Folklore Archives Webinars - March 2022
Our next live Folklore Archives Webinars on 9th of March 2022 at 18:00-19:30:
Online Webinar Series in Partnership With SAMLA
The SIEF Working Group on Archives has partnered with SAMLA to organize a series of online webinars during the academic year of 2021-2022. The first main theme of this year's webinars will be various ethnographic thesauri used to describe materials in tradition archives. The second theme will focus on folklore archives education, which will present the opportunity to discuss the content and format of courses on folklore archives taught around the world, share experiences, and discuss innovative approaches to teaching such courses.
Folklore Archiving during Pandemic
Folklore and tradition archives have been busy documenting everyday life and cultural expressions related to the pandemic, as well as continued working on other archival projects. Projects presented in the poster provide a sample of our work. We encourage you to be curious, learn about these projects, and explore them following this link: https://sites.google.com/ualberta.ca/sief2021-wga/poster
SIEF2021 in Helsinki: 19-24 June 2021
SIEF2021 time table for the WG on Archives
Ask the Archivist!
SIEF2019 14th Congress "Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World" will take place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain from 14 to 17 April.
Instead of a usual poster, this year the WG will present ‘Ask the Archivist’ poster. For this, in addition to board members present, we welcome volunteers to stand at the poster and answer archiving related questions. Please apply by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or to WG's co-chairs Maryna Chernyauska or Ave Goršič during the Congress.