Here you will find links to publications, societies, university departments, and newsgroups concerned with folklore and mythology.
Luxor Press, Inc. publishes works dealing with serious occult matters and metaphysical topics as well as UFOs and conspiracy theories.
Journals and Mailing Lists
At the Edge explores new interpretations of past and place in archaeology, mythology, and folklore.
Badger Books offers a catalog and critical review of mystical, classical, and avant-garde literature.
Black Raven is a magazine of myth and symbolic studies.
Culture and Tradition is a Canadian folklore journal.
Ireland's Eye is an online magazine on Ireland and its culture. Includes articles on folklore and tradition.
Legends is an online journal exploring King Arthur, Robin Hood, Pirates, and other heroes, adventurers, and swashbucklers in history, literature, folklore, fiction, and the arts.
Marvels & Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies , published by Wayne State University, serves as a "central forum for the multidisciplinary study of fairy tales from Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa."
Open Tradition is an international web magazine of shamanism and the Western Gnostic tradition. The focus is shamanism as experiential practice and living tradition.
Parabola Magazine , Parabola Books, and the Parabola Audio/Video library are published by their parent organization, the not-for-profit Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition, Inc. Site includes excerpts from the magazine, a complete listing of back issues, and a description of all the products in the Parabola Catalog.
University Departments, Foundations, and Societies
BIF (Baltic Institute of Folklore) Home Page coordinates folklore studies in research in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
C. G. Jung, Analytical Psychology, and Culture is devoted to the life and work of C. G. Jung. Jung's ideas about mythology greatly influenced Joseph Campbell, among others.
Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies at the Smithsonian Institution.
The Estonian National Museum was founded in Tartu in 1909. It is dedicated to the memory of Jakob Hurt, a prominent collector of folklore, and attempts to preserve his work and heritage.
Greek-American Folklore Society "is dedicated to the study, preservation, and instruction of the history and performative traditions of Hellenic folk culture."
Joseph Campbell Foundation by Stacey Feldman is the official web site of the famous mythologist. Offers mythological resources on the Web, chat, message boards, and links to the best mythologically related sites.
Millennium Watch Institute serves as a clearinghouse for ideas about global change. t was founded in 1992 by Ted Daniels, Ph.D., an author and folklorist, with the purpose of collecting ephemeral literature, printed and electronic, from more than 1200 American and foreign prophetic and predictive sources.
Mythopoeic Society is is a non-profit international literary and educational organization for the study, discussion, and enjoyment of fantasy and mythic literature.
Robert Graves Society Information Centre by Ian Firla provides information about this author whose works on mythology offered a unique and sometimes quirky interpretation.
Seattle Folklore Society was founded in 1966 to preserve and foster awareness and appreciation of folk and traditional art in the Seattle area.
Tree Leaves' Folk Fellowship is a cooperative of friends, folklorists, folk enthusiasts who network together to share folk culture, folk art, folklore, folk music, tree lore, ecology, and folk science/ religion.
University of South Dakota Institute of American Indian Studies/SDOHC offers a large oral history collection. Topics range from ancient legends and traditional beliefs to recent political and social issues.
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