The American Folklife Center. Library of Congress. Describes the Center's collections of photographs, manuscripts, audio recordings, moving images, and other materials in its archive.
American Folklore Society Membership organization ". . . for people who study and communicate knowledge about folklore throughout the world." The Society publishes the Journal of American Folklore. Site offers a Folklore Wiki, Forums, career center, and more.
City Lore (New York City) "Founded in 1986, City Lore’s mission is to foster New York City – and America’s – living cultural heritage through education and public programs. We document, present, and advocate for New York City’s grassroots cultures to ensure their living legacy in stories and histories, places and traditions."
Culture and Folklife Collections, American Memory, Library of Congress. Offers 37 collections containing broadsides, manuscripts, recordings, photographs, videos, and multiformat sources covering important periods, people, places, and ideas in American social history and culture.
Folklore Fellows "is an international network of folklorists, which promotes scientific contacts between researchers, publication work and research training." This site offers the Complete Catalogue of the Folklore Fellows' Communications.
Folklore Listservs Center for Folklore Studies, Ohio State University. Provides links to important listserv communities on the Internet, including Publore, H-Folk, and more.
Folklore Studies Digital Resources, Indiana University: IUScholarWORKS Repository. Contains publications of the American Folklore Society and The Fund for Folk Culture.
Folkstreams "A national preserve of documentary films about American roots cultures streamed with essays about the traditions of filmmaking. The site includes transcriptions, study and teaching guides, suggested readings, and links to related websites."
The Fund for Folk Culture "is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the dynamic practice and conservation of folk and traditional arts and culture throughout the United States."
Kentucky Folklife Program Describes manuscript collections and the Kentucky Museum Archive Collection.
Louisiana Voices Folklife in Education Project Mission: "Provides educators with tools for teaching Louisiana folklife -- including extensive teaching materials, training, research strategies, student activities, concepts, and content."
National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA) " . . . nonprofit founded in 1933, dedicated to the presentation and documentation of folk and traditional arts in the United States."
National Endowment for the Arts, National Heritage Fellowships The site features audio, video, profiles of award recipients, and information about the NEA's support of the folk and traditional arts and the National Folk Festival Association.
Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage "is a research and educational unit of the Smithsonian Institution promoting the understanding and continuity of diverse, contemporary grassroots cultures in the United States and around the world. The Center produces the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, exhibitions, documentary films and videos, symposia, publications, and educational materials." Includes searchable access to Folkways Magazine and Folkways Recordings.
Working Papers of the Center for Folklore Studies Knowledge Bank repository, Ohio State University Libraries.