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Fantastic Folk Fellowship

Posted on June 17, 2015 by in The OFI Blog

 

Judith McCulloh was a scholar, folklorist, editor, and folk arts advocate. Photo credit: MaryE Yeomans.

Judith McCulloh served as a scholar, folklorist, editor, and folk arts advocate. Photo credit: MaryE Yeomans.

The Society of American Music is currently accepting applications for the Judith McCulloh Fellowship program.

This opportunity is named after Judith McCulloh, an author who created multiple award winning book series on folk in American culture.

It is aimed at scholars researching music and folklore who are also a member of the Society of American Music and a fellow in residence at the Smithsonian Center of Folklife and Cultural Heritage (CFCH).

The maximum stipend is $1000. The application deadline is 11/1/15 – you can find more information here.