Suggested Readings » Folklore : Regional studies
Ancelet, Barry Jean, Marcia Gaudet, and Carl Lindahl , eds. Second Line Rescue: Improvised Responses to Katrina and Rita. University Press of Mississippi, 2013.
Bianco, Carla. The Two Rosetos. Indiana University, 1974.
Boatright, Mody. Folk Laughter on the American Frontier. MacMillan, 1949.
Boatright, Mody. Folklore of the Oil Industry. Southern Methodist University, 1963.
Boddy, Janice. Wombs and Alien Spirits: Women, Men and the Zâr Cult in Northern Sudan. University of Wisconsin, 1989.
Bronner, Simon. Folk Nation: Folklore in the Creation of American Tradition. Scholarly Resources, 2002.
Dorson, Richard. Bloodstoppers and Bearwalkers; Folk Traditions of the Upper Peninsula. Harvard University, 1952.
Dorson, Richard. America in Legend: Folklore from the Colonial Period to the Present. Pantheon Books, 1973.
Everett, Holly. Roadside Crosses in Contemporary Memorial Culture. University of North Texas, 2002.
Falassi, Alessandro. Folklore by the Fireside: Text and Context of the Tuscan Veglia. University of Texas, 1980.
Glassie, Henry. Passing the Time in Ballymenone: Culture and History of an Ulster Community. University of Pennsylvania, 1982.
Goldstein, Diane, Sylvia Grider, and Jeannie Banks Thomas, eds. Haunting Experiences: Ghosts in Contemporary Folklore. Utah State University, 2007.
Jackson, Jason Baird. Yuchi Folklore: Cultural Expression in a Southeastern Native American Community. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013.
Joyner, Charles. Down by the Riverside: A South Carolina Slave Community. University of Illinois, 1984.
Kunio, Yanagito. The Legends of Tôno. Trans. Ronald Morse. Lexington Books, 2008.
McDowell, John, Robert Dover, and Katharine Seibold eds. Andean Cosmologies Through Time: Persistence and Emergence. Indiana University, 1992.
Montell, Lynwood. The Saga of Coe Ridge: A Study in Oral History. University of Tennessee, 1970.
Robb, John Donald. Hispanic Folk Music of New Mexico and the Southwest: A Self-Portrait of a People. University of New Mexico, 2014.
Roberts, John. From Trickster to Badman: The Black Folk Hero in Slavery and Freedom. University of Pennsylvania, 1989.
Sokolov, Iurii Matveevich. Russian Folklore. Tr. by Catherine Ruth Smith. Macmillan, 1950.