The Center for Folklore Studies (CFS) at The Ohio State University
The Center for Folklore Studies at the Ohio State University supports the learning, teaching, research, and outreach endeavors of folklorists and students of folklore. With participation from across the colleges of Humanities, Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Education, one of the Center's objectives is to provide OSU folklorists with a network for cooperation and interdisciplinary dialogue.
The Ohio Historical Society
A private, not-for-profit organization, the society serves as the state's agent in historical matters in return for financial subsidy support that constitutes two-thirds of the OHS operating budget. (The remaining revenues are obtained from varied sources such as grants, private and corporate gifts, and earned revenue from admissions and gift shop sales.)
The American Folklore Society (AFS)
The American Folklore Society is an association of people who study and communicate knowledge about folklore throughout the world. Our more than 2,200 members and subscribers are scholars, teachers, and libraries at colleges and universities; professionals in arts and cultural organizations; and community members involved in folklore work. Many of our members live and work in the US, but their interests in folklore stretch around the world, and today about one in every eight AFS members is from outside the US.
The American Folklife Center's Educational Resources for Teaching, Learning and Research
This is a wonderful site for educators or anyone wishing to know more about community-based education and related projects, including lesson plans, publication guides, folklore field schools and other educational opportunities in folklife.