- n. Plural form of folklorist.
“_Peau d'Âne_, one of the most interesting to "folklorists" and origin-hunters, is, of course, also in itself interesting to students of literature.”
“According to folklorists, there is no written evidence of the superstition before the 19th century.”
“No one individual can be identified as the "real" Robin Hood, according to historians, literary experts and folklorists.”
“The open house, at 1922 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, will feature a performance from 5 to 7 p.m. by Urban Artistry, a nonprofit collective of dancers, artists, historians, musicians, folklorists and documentary filmmakers.”
“Alan Lomax ranks as one of America's premier folklorists, recording and preserving the country's classic sounds, including works from Lead Belly, Woody Guthrie, Jelly Roll Morton and many others.”
“In close collaboration with the novel's author and his wife, they met musicians, vocalists, folklorists, scholars, and others immersed in Ozark culture.”
“Iona and Peter Opie and other folklorists have looked into this hypothesis and found no evidence to support it.”
“I have to say the mainstream folklorists give these people far less respect than they deserve -- some of this is the "it's not literature until it's reached the century mark" crowd, and some are simply so tenuous in their own position, they don't want to stretch any definitions.”
“Also, he points out something that may surprise many academic folklorists: the wildman in non-European regions cannot be simply downplayed as a colonial artifact or just the influence of Western ideology.”
“In addition to the Army, U.S. Department of Justice officials contributed to my research by unintentionally acting as folklorists.”
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