Folk Narrative Theories and Contemporary Practices
14th Congress of the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR)   
Main organisers: Department of Folkloristics & Estonian Folklore Archives of Estonian Literary Museum, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore of Tartu University, in cooperation with University of Tallinn, Estonian Folklore Institute & Academic Folklore Society.

On July 26-31, 2005, the 14th Congress of the International Society for Folk Narrative Research (ISFNR) will convene in Tartu, Estonia. The ISFNR is an internationally recognised scientific society, which encourages and supports scholarly research in folklore. Established in 1958, the Society holds congresses every four or five years.

The research interests of ISFNR members around the world cover a number of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, including folklore, anthropology, cultural studies, comparative literature, language, history, museology, education, and ethnography from the viewpoint of narratives.

Programme of the 14th Congress of the ISFNR.

Eesti Kultuurkapital Kultuuriministeerium A. Le Coq Embassy of the United States in Estonia Atlantis Aura British council Estonia Eesti Rahva Muuseum Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia Hõimurahvaste programm Estonian Literary Museum Finnish institute in Estonia Tartu Estonian Academy of Sciences University of Tallinn University of Tartu

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