Louisiana Folklore Miscellany (Journal)
Louisiana Folklore Miscellany publishes articles, notes, and commentaries on all aspects of Louisiana folklore and folklife. The Miscellany uses the same “References Cited” style as The Journal of American Folklore. Please consult a recent issue of either journal for form and style. Submissions to Louisiana Folklore Miscellany should be sent to:
Louisiana Folklore Miscellany
Department of English Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
email: firstname.lastname@example.org [phone] 225-578-3022
2010: Volume XX
de Caro, Frank. “Emerging New Orleans Mardi Gras Traditions: The St. Joan of Arc Parade and the Red Beans Krewe, 2010.” 1-29.
LeJeune, Keagan. “Knowing How to Bury Your Dead: The Significance of the Post-Burial Home Visit.” 30-50.
Manes, Clare. “In His Own Hand: The Correspondence of Edmond G. Landry from Carville, Louisiana.” 51-61.
Delahoussaye, Jim. “Bringing Food and Buying Fish: The Significance of the Fishboat to Isolated Communities in the Atchafalaya Basin.” 62-73.
Bordelon, Dominic. “The Difference between a House and a Home: Latino Experiences in Baton Rouge.” 74-97.
Louisiana Folklore Society 2010 Meeting Program” 98-99.
Louisiana Folklore Society Officers. 100.
Back Issues of LFM Available. 101.
2008: Volume XVII
Ware, Carolyn. “Folk Belief and Healing: Introductory Remarks on this Issue.” 1-3.
Otero, Solimar. “Santería Health Systems: Looking at “La Limpieza”: An Ethnographic Study of Yoruba-Cuban Folk Medicine.” 4-21.
Owens, Maida. “The Transformation and Healing Power of the Labyrinth: An Emerging Vernacular Belief Community.” 22-51.
Whelan-Stewart, Wendy. “The Pine Island Apparation: Cajun Values Revealed.” 52-73.
Swett, Julia. “French Louisiana Traiteurs.” 74-90.
Gaitely, Patricia. “Perceptions and Misconceptions in James Lee Burke’s Dave Robicheaux Novels.” 91-108.
Louisiana Folklore Society Meeting Program and Officers. 109-111.I