Folklore-Electronic Journal of Folklore

(The TQCC of Folklore-Electronic Journal of Folklore is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Traces of Trauma in Estonian Women’s Life Narratives of World War II2
Legends of Places as Part of the Sustainable Development of Regions2
Uncertainties of Transnational Belonging: Homeland Nationalism and Cultural Citizenship of Lithuanian Immigrants in the USA1
From Nature Romanticism to Eco-Nationalism: The Development of the Concept of Estonians as a Forest Nation1
Early Days of the Novel Coronavirus: Public Response in Social Media during the First Month of the Outbreak1
The General, His Fandom, and a Participatory Pandemic1
Sustaining and Substituting the Sacred: Coin Trees in Britain and Ireland1
Emotional State and Inequality among Lithuanian Emigrants1
Online Coping with the First Wave: Covid Humor and Rumor on Dutch Social Media (March – July 2020)1
Women of the Twilight: The Narrative Spaces of Women in the Icelandic Rural Community of the Past1
Faith in the Times of COVID-19: Integrating Religion in the Fight against COVID-19 in Tanzania1
“Doctors Just Don’t Care about People!” How Medical Specialists Are Depicted in a Vaccine-Critical Estonian Facebook Group1
Listening to the Elder Brothers: Animals, Agents, and Posthumanism in Native Versus Non-Native American Myths and Worldviews1
Introduction: Affective Mires in Contemporary Culture1
Play and Folklore in Children’s Peer Cultures0
Plots of Gothic Origin in Ukrainian Folklore Prose0
Suicide Games, Abandoned Houses, and Thirst For Danger: The Youth’s Personal Experience Narratives and the Media’s Moral Panics about Semi-Supernatural Challenges in Estonia0
When a Crisis Opens New Academic Perspectives: The New Webinar Series of the SIEF Ritual Year Working Group0
Messages Behind Self-Gifting Practices: A Phenomenological-Anthropological Approach0
Child in the Natal Narratives of Modern Ukrainian Mothers: Folkloric Symbols and Frequent Motifs0
What We Remember and What We Forget: Selective Memory in the Holocaust0
Where the Structural Meets the Personal: Mother-In-Law Humor Between a Joke Cycle and Joking Relationships in Belarus0
Jizō in Action: The Role of Jizō Statues in Temple Atmosphere, Seen through the Eyes of Sendai Temple Abbots0
Fictional Folklore: On the Paremiology of A Game of Thrones0
Buried Alive: The Phenomenon of Apparent Death in Estonian Tradition0
Introduction: Earlier Experience of Collecting and Researching School Lore in Estonia and Slovenia0
Historical Trauma between Event and Ethics: Aleida Assmann’s Theory in the Context of Trauma Studies0
Female Genital Cutting in Ịjọland: Context, Performance, and Songs0
Analysis of the Worldwide Distribution of the ‘Man or Animal in the Moon’ Motifs0
Collecting Slovenian School Lore Via E-Questionnaire: Analysis of the Collected Material and Revision of the Questionnaire0
The Popular Ballad, Rumours and Memories as a Special Narrative Format0
Folkloric Manifestation of Primitive Impulses: Folk Riddles0
Hospital Clowning as a Way to Overcome Trauma0
Experiences of Mire Sports: Sensory Encounters in Nature0
Motif Index of Prophetic Dream Narratives: Methods of Compilation0
Rules and Norms, Freedom, and Regulation: The 15th Congress of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF)0
The Birth of a Child as Experienced and Narrated in the 1990s Finland0
“Here and There One Seed Sprouts, and Then It Seems We Have Done Something”: Nurturing Creativity in Elementary Schools0
Through the Apulian Streets: The Liminal Space-Time of the Holy Week’s Processions0
The Life of Rituals during the Pandemic: The Ritual Year SIEF WG Roundtable at the SIEF 2021 Congress0
Political Meanings Hidden Behind Enchanting Melodies: How China Delivered Ideological Messages in the Song Cycle “Four Seasons of Our Motherland”0
Symbolic Capital as a Resource of Promotion of Provincial Cities: An Analysis of Place Branding Strategies of Ural Urban Destinations0
Pilgrimages in Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Romania0
The Process of Becoming a War Refugee: The Case of a Finnish Boy0
Introduction into Health-Related Folklore and Its Research: From First-Hand Experiences to Second-Hand Narrating Models0
Situating Oneself Within the Estonian Language and World Literature: Ivar Ivask’s Relational Ways of Self-Understanding0
“Here and There One Seed Sprouts, and Then It Seems We Have Done Something”: Nurturing Creativity in Elementary Schools0
Materiality of Magic in Estonian and Finnish Museums0
Vindications and Customs: Women’s Participation in Local Festive Rituals in Spain0
Deportation and the Crises of [Early Modern] Europe: A Brief Historical Introduction0
Love in the Time of Coronavirus: Innovation and Tradition in the World of Quarantine Weddings0
The Simiots of Catalan Folklore: Neither Are Reminiscences So Old, Nor Are They So Strange Beings0
The Kosovo Conflict and the Changing Migration Patterns of the Gorani Community: Continuities and Shifts0
The Estonian Language and Its Influence on Music: A Cognitive Sciences Approach0
The Rite of Male Circumcision among the Muslim Population in the Western Balkans0
The Task of a Cultural Researcher: Telling the Story of Siberian Estonians0
The Status and Roles of Women in Terms of Gender in Ancient Turkish History and Culture Based on the Dīwān Lughāt Al-Turk – The First Turkish Dictionary0
Do Bulgakov’s Hella (Gella), Azazello, Behemoth, and Abadonna Have Ancient Near Eastern Origins?0
“How I Gave Birth” (and Why I Am Writing about It): Women’s Narratives of First Childbirth Experiences from Internet Publications0
Nursing Queen Archetype in the Context of Changes in Estonian Society: A Retrospective View0
The Mute: Ritual and Transgressive Meanings of the Masked Character in the Romanian Căluş Ritual0
Exploring the Transformative Power of Play in African Children’s Games0
Card Index of Former Latvian SSR KGB Agents: Trauma and the Path to Public Reconciliation0
“Coming into the World: From Spirits to the Spirit”. The First Childhood Museum in Romania0
An Ethno-Cultural Portrait of a Diaspora in Central Russia: The Formation and Culture of the Eastern Udmurt0
The Werewolf as a Religious and Ethnic Other in a Herzegovinian Legend0
A Local Midwife or a Doctor? Two Systems of Knowledge in Birthing Practices of Russian Old Believers0
Taking Hold of the Future: Active Childbirth Practices and Beliefs in Romania (in the Home Country and in Migration)0
Folklore and Greek Hagiography: Some Preliminary Notes0
What Can the Mythical Frog Tell Us? The Symbolism and Role of the Frog in History and Modernity0
Challenging Hegemonic Gender Norms in Emma Donoghue’s “The Tale of the Rose” and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast0
After the War and Repressions: Mediating of Traumatic Experiences in Estonian Life Stories0
Literary Biographies Without a Fixed Linguistic Abode0
“I Am Like Green Firewood – Not Going Out, Not Catching Fire!” A Prisoner’s Self-Portrait in Letters0
Rumours in a Situation of Political Conflict: Catalonia and Its Referendum of Self-Determination0
The Romani in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Russian Federation0
Multi-Use of Cranberries (Vaccinium Spp.): Heritage and Pharmaceutical Results0
Cockroaches: From Belief Narratives to the Contemporary Visual Practice of Catherine Chalmers, or How Cockroaches Have Survived on Earth for More than 320 Million Years0
Graphic Aspects of Mobility: Folkloristic-Ethnological Drawings as a Starting Point for Discussing Mobility and Borders0
Base Form and Other Forms of the Estonian Verb0
Gender Perspectives in the Study of Estonian Society and Culture: Current State and Challenges0
‘Have You Heard of Yet?’ Modern Folklore, Humour, and Gender in the Lyrics of the Finnish Folk Troubadour Duo Kalevauva.fi0
Rituals of Social Legitimization in the Lithuanian Childbirth Customs System: Traditions and Innovations0
Calendric Feast Bans and the Punishment for Violating Them in the Bulgarian Traditional Culture0
Traditional Healing Expectations in Light of Placebo and Performance Studies0
The Ritual Year of the Nekrasov Cossacks in Turkey and in Russia: Reflecting on the Adaptation to New Environments0
Conceptual Alignments and Debates in the Study of Mobility and Migration: An Introduction0
Illness: Narratives, Imagery, and Politics0
“Still, I Can Hardly Believe It”: Reactions, Resources, and Religion in Conversations about Sexual Abuse of Children among Laestadians in Finland0
An Experienced Ethnologist’s Thoughts on Digitalization, Open Access, and Open Data as New Research Assets0
Instead of Introduction: How Old Is Sacredness?0
Unlived Life: The Death and Funeral of a Child in Slavic Traditional Culture0
One Trauma, Two Narratives: Adamah versus Tomorrow’s a Wonderful Day0
Mediated Easter: Constructing Religious Rituals in a Lockdown0
Slovenian Folk Lullabies: Analysis of the Lullaby Texts and Their Functions0
Developmental Changes in Acoustic Characteristics of Speech of Estonian Adolescents0
COVID-19 and the Traditional Culture of the Udmurts0
Representations of Distance Learning in the Memes of the First Wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Humour as a Coping and Self-Defence Strategy0
Routes to Forming an Affiliative Postmemory about Difficult Pages in History (Based on the Example of the Era of Political Repression)0
The European Bear’s Son Tale: Its Reception and Influence on Indigenous Oral Traditions in North America0
A Joke, Mockery, or Something More? The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster – an Invented Religion or a New Movement?0
Towards New Methodologies in Migration and Diaspora Studies: An Introduction0
Seto People in the Expedition Diaries and Literary Works of a Russian Émigré Leonid Zurov0
Jin Ping Mei: A Story of Guanxi0
The Structure and Genesis of One Type of Magic Spell Against Children’s Insomnia among Slavic Peoples0
The Wolf: Human/Non-Human Relations on the Basis of Etiologies and Verbal Communication0
From Mobility to “Exile”. Shifting Co-Presence: Narratives of Bulgarian-Syrian Families in Bulgaria0
Messy Affairs with Imagined Swamp Creatures: The Human-Nature Relationship in Swamp Monster Narratives0
Belief Narratives of Spirit-Animals: A Case Study on Estonian Contemporary Folklore0
Children as Agents, Targets, and Intermediaries of Family Humour0
Motifs of Inanimate Nature and Atmospheric Phenomena in Polish Folktales0
Animals, Tale Types, and Belief Narratives in Argentinean Folklore0
Jews in the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Russian Federation0
Figures in the Mire: Towards Transformative Art and a Respectful Mire Relationship0
The Image of the German, the Pole, the Latvian, and the Lithuanian in Lithuanian and Latvian Folklore0
Playing with Nezumi Toys, Dreaming of Unattainable Utopia: Unique Portrayals of Nezumi in Japanese Folk Tradition0
Estonian Diaspora in Sweden: An Analysis of the Collection “Life Destinies” at the Swedish Nordic Museum0
Trauma and the Victim Economy0
Narrating Ethnicity in Oral History Interviews: Life Stories of People Resettled from Estonia to Germany in 19410
Vernacular Reactions to COVID-19 in Estonia: Crisis Folklore and Coping0
Traumatization of the Past and Martyrological Thinking in the Soviet Union and the Post-Soviet Space0
Layers of Folkloric Variation: Computational Explorations of Poetic and Narrative Text Corpora0
Heroes and Villains in Memes on the 2022 Russian Invasion of Ukraine0
Gender Role Perceptions in Selected South-African Folktales0
Technology Creating a New Human: The Alchemical Roots of Transhumanist Ideas0
Tata Liba Ceremony for Reconciliation and Healing (Palu’e Island, Eastern Indonesia)0
Melting in the Melting Pot: The Acculturation Experience of the Ahiska Turks in the US0
Easter Traditions among Slovenes in Italy (Natisone Valley)0
Personal Songbooks: Imprints of Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Lithuanian Written Culture0
From “Unbelievable Stupidity” to “Secret Clues for Staying Healthy”: CAM Landscape and Boundary-Work in Estonian and Finnish Mainstream Media in April 20200
German Migrants in Bulgaria and Their Social Networks0
Children as Consumers and Co-Creators of Cultural Products: The Impact of Foreign Films on Estonian Children’s Culture in the 1950s0
Materialized Trauma Narratives of Border Crossings0
Multilingualism in Estonian Poetry0
Introduction: From Conceptual Debates to Practical Applications0
Ritual Rules in Changing Circumstances: Break, Adapt or Maintain? An Introduction0