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Ajdačić, Dejan
Activity of The Commission on Folklore of The International Committee of Slavists, Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 97–106

Aksić, Nina
Variants of Narratives on Water Bulls in Southwestern Serbia and Culturally Related Areas, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 69‒82

Anastasova, Ekaterina
Tree, Lightning and the History of One Migration, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 87‒97

Belova, Ol'ga
Folk Religiosity on the Borderland: The Rite “Svecha” (“Candle”) and Its Variants, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 9‒61

Bošnjaković, Žarko
Compounds with Zero Suffix in Vuk Karadžić’s “Srpski Rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) (1818) and Their German and Greek Equivalents, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 37‒53

Cvetković, Milica
Narratives from Gornja Kamenica (Knjaževac, Serbia), Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 137–156

Chausidis, Nikos
Woman and Rhombus: Regarding the Virgin Mary’s Legs Posture in the Painting of The Lamentation of Christ in the Nerezi Monastery, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 53–89

Ḱulavkova, Кatica
Liminal Cultural Models: The Macedonian 19th Century Paradigm, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 39–51

Ćupurdija, Branko
On the Biography and Memoires of Gojko Trbović-Ćošan, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 131‒139
Krakar Night 1993‒1997, Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 205–215
The Mačkare Carnival from Drežnica, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 153–169

de Prada-Samper, José Manuel
“I Have Already Seen in the Clouds”: The Nature of the Water-creature among the |xam Bushmen and their Modern Descendants, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 13‒37

Didenko, Nataša
The “Balkan Festival of Folk Songs and Games” in Function of the Development and Cultural Tourism in Ohrid (Republic of North Macedonia), Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 45‒63

Dimovska, Кristina
Intermedial Transference of the Monomyth in Selected Video Games of the RPG Genre, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 131–149

Dišić, Jovana
The Cult of Sister Jelica in Crljenac Oral Tradition, Folkloristika 1/1 (2016): 79‒124
Vera v sudʹbu v zapiskah iz Crlenaca, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 85‒122

Dojčinović, Nikoleta
Female Dancing Body as a Representative of the Cultural Identity A Case Study: Serbian Dancers on Commemorative Postage Stamps, Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 125–139

Đokić, Danica
Field Research in Topli Do (East Serbia): Folklore and Oral History, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 261‒287

Đorđević Belić, Smiljana
The Other World Conceptualisations in EuropeanTraditions and Cultures, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 222–228
Traditional Medicine as a Hybrid Culture Phenomenon, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 229–233

Đorđević, Marko
Bibliography of the Journal “Prilozi Proučavanju Narodne Poezije” (Contributions to the Study of Folk Poetry), Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 143–208

Đorđević Pejović, Suzana
Water-bull in Sources from Lokva: Folkloristic and Dialectological Perspective, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 47‒61

Đukić, Vesna
Adorned Nosegay Speaks: Several Forgotten Songs from Timok in Serbia, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 101‒107
“White Birds Fly, They Carry Raw Milk”: Several Forgotten Charms from Timok (Serbia), Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 133‒139
“Fine Guests are Visiting, We Have Brought You Good News“: Several Serbian Christmas Songs from Beli Timok, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 67‒71

Đurković, Bojana
Demonological Legends and Belief Narratives from Novi Pazar and Raška, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 165–171

Eremina, Valerija I.
Serija „Byliny“ „Svoda russkogo folʹklora“ i rossijskaja folʹkloristika, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 127-136

Frog
Approaching Ideologies of Things Made of Language: A Case Study of a Finno-Karelian Incantation Technology, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 211‒257

Garder, Mihail
Rare Luck and Mortal Danger: Cows Appear from the Water, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 55‒68

Glišović, Anja
Wedding in Novi Pazar and Surroundings: Folk Songs and Customs Prior to a Wedding Ceremony, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 73‒110 Wedding Songs and Customs in Novi Pazar and Surroundings, Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 121–168

Gruber, Andzela
The Myth of World Creation from the Body of Primal Being – A Comparative Analysis, with an Emphasis on Macedonian Sources, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 91–121

Huțanu, Monika
New Funeral Inscriptions in Vlach in Eastern Serbia, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 27‒42

Ivanova, Anna
Confessional Culture in Terms of Ethnocultural Borderland, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 97‒127

Jevtić, Jelena
Wedding Customs in the Sirinić District, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 111‒121
Pročka (White Shrovetide, the Eve of Lent) in the Sirinić District, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 123‒129

Jovanović, Biljana
Oral Tradition and Oral History from Užice Surroundings (West Serbia), Folkoristika 6/1 (2021): 143‒160

Jovanović, Jelena
The greatest Grief is that for a Brother: About Text and Melody, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 19‒39

Jović, Danica
Records of Legends in the Ethnographic Collection of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (1886‒1914), Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 67–95

Kalezić, Maja
The Contribution to Serbian Historical Phytonymy Research: Vuk Stefanović Karadžić’s “Srpski rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) (1818), Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 55‒64

Karanović, Zoja
The greatest Grief is that for a Brother: About Text and Melody, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 19‒39
Adorned nosegay speaks: Several forgotten Songs from Timok in Serbia, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 101‒107
Kachchh, the World of Wonder, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 117‒139
“White Birds Fly, They Carry Raw Milk”: Several Forgotten Charms from Timok (Serbia), Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 133‒139
“Do Not Wonder at the Drunk and Ugly, and Do Not Steal“: Beliefs Related to Pregnancy, Childbirth and Healthcare of Children, Folkloristika 3/1 /2018): 165‒171
The Ritual Lexicon and the Ritual Practice Concerning the Birth of a Child in “Srpski rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) 1818 by Vuk Sefanović Karadžić, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 9‒22
Notes from a Trip to Haryana, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 289‒309
“Fine Guests are Visiting, We Have Brought You Good News“: Several Serbian Christmas Songs from Beli Timok, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 67‒71
Two Serbian Songs about a Hero’s Burial in the Woods from the Region of Beli Timok (Eastern and Southeastern Serbia), Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 9–27
Loyalty and Infidelity in Serbian Folk Songs – Field Collection from the Villages around the Beli Timok River (Southeast Serbia), Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 9–30

Koval'-Fuchilo, Irina
Lost Place in Memories about Forced Resettlement and in Social Practices, Folkloristika: 5/1 (2020): 73–88

Kumari, Juhi
Notes from a Trip to Haryana, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 289‒309

Lafazanovski, Ermis
Macedonian Folklore in the 21st Century, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 123–129

Liakhova, Iulia Viktorovna
The Motif of Bull Coming out of the Lake in Mongolian Folklore, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 39‒54

Lukić, Slavica
Story Model “Sekula and the Fairy” in Diachronic and Synchronic Perspective, Folkloristika 1/1 (2016): 59‒77

Makarov, Semyon
The Master of the Winter and the Spirit of Lakes: Water-bulls in Yakut Mythology, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 11‒25

Marjanović, Vesna
Tihomir Djordjević and Folk Dances/Plays, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 67‒79

Malchev, Rossen Rossenov
Processes of Culturological Adaptation of Natural Phenomena to the Traditional Models of Knowledge: The Case of the Demonological Entity Called the “Water bull” (Based on the Material from the Bulgarian regions of Montana and Vratsa), Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 63‒83

Mykytenko, Oksana
Winter Carnival in Vevchani (Republic of North Macedonia) as the Model of Traditional Holiday and Modern Cultural Practice, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 15–38

Milentijević, Tijana
Wedding Customs in the Sirinić District, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 111‒121
Pročka (White Shrovetide, the Eve of Lent) in the Sirinić District, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 123‒129

Milikić, Magda
“In wrath rode Marko athwart Kosovo“: Field Research about Marko Kraljević in Kosovo and Metohija, Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 169–204

Miloradović, Sofija
Präpositionen als Bestimmungswörter im “Serbischen Wörterbuch” von Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (1818), Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 23‒36

Mirčov, Svetlana
The Correspondence Between Tihomir R. Djordjević and Jovan N. Tomić, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 81‒89

Мitić, Kristina
С потустороннего в потусторонный мир, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 83‒96

Mladenović Mitrović, Marina
Folktales in the Manuscript Collection of Tihomir Đorđević in the Ethnographic Collection of the SASA Archives, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 107‒123

Moroz, Andrej
Folk Religiosity on the Borderland: The Rite “Svecha” (“Candle”) and Its Variants, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 9‒61

Nedeljković, Tamara
Oral Narratives from Požarevac Surroundings (Eastern Serbia), Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 171–189

Petreska, Vesna
The Spinning Motif of Balkan Folk Cultures with special Emphasis on the Macedonian Folk Culture, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 63‒80

Petrović, Sonja
Several Epic Songs from the Manuscript Collection “Serbian Heroic Folk Songs from Bosnia and Herzegovina” (1898), Written Down by Nikola T. Kašiković, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 171-188

Plotnikova, Ana
“Fairy Songs”: The Analysis of a Mythological Motif Based on the Recent Field Research, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 181‒192

Popin, Aleksandra
Human Images on Gravestones in the Area of Ras, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 81‒98
The Arab’s Grave in Novi Pazar, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 91‒106

Popović Nikolić, Danijela
Fieldwork Research of Zaplanje, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 173‒183
Folk Singers of Archpriest Dragutin M. Djordjević: Partisan's Themes in Postfolklore Epic Chronicles, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 9‒23

Predojević, Željko
The Image of the “Others” in the Oral Literature of Croats from South Baranja, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 151‒178

Rakočević, Selena
Popular Music Genre in Interdisciplinary Narratives: Manele in Romania (Manele in Romania. Cultural Expression and Social Meaning in Balkan Popular Music. Edited by Margaret Beissinger, Speranţa Rădulescu and Anca Giurchescu. Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 166‒169
Experts as Mediators Between the State and Bearers of the Practices of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Nomination File “Kolo, Traditional Folk Dance”, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 25‒43

Ranisavljević, Zdravko
Experts as Mediators Between the State and Bearers of the Practices of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Nomination File “Kolo, Traditional Folk Dance”, Folkloristika 4/2 (2019): 25‒43

Repedžić, Aleksandar
Mafa Habla – The Village of Happiness, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 141‒150

Ristić, Bojan
A Funeral in Knjaževac 1969: A Case Study, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 9‒26
Water-Bull in Sources from Lokva: Folkloristic and Dialectological Perspective, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 47‒61

Rozov, Aleksandr N.
Serija „Byliny“ „Svoda russkogo folʹklora“ i rossijskaja folʹkloristika, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 127-136

Savić, Ana
Folk Anecdote as a Source for Reconstructing the Image of Past Times, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 99‒130
From Memories to Legend: Fieldwork as a Basis for the Reconstructing of a Portrait of a Charmer and Social Context of Charming, Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 29–72

Sikimić, Biljana
Folklore Landscape of Graveyard, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 7‒8
Karaševo Linguistic Landscape: Funeral Monuments, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 43‒63
Border Region Researcher: “Do not Discuss Politics”, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 129‒150

Solomon, Anne
Rain Stories: Interpreting Water Beings in the Folklore of the Southern African Khoisan and their Descendants, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 193‒210

Sorescu-Marinković, Annemarie
New Funeral Inscriptions in Vlach in Eastern Serbia, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016): 27‒42

Stojanoviḱ, Lidija
Pictures of the World - Traditional and Contemporary Folklore in Interdisciplinary Context, Folkloristika 5/2 (2020): 9–14

Stojanović, Marina
Family stories from Glibaći, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 141‒169

Šemsović, Sead
Bašeskija’s Folklore notes: People’s Beliefs and Superstitions, Folkloristika 1/1 (2016): 43‒58

Štasni, Gordana
Compounds with Zero Suffix in Vuk Karadžić’s “Srpski Rječnik” (“The Serbian Dictionary”) (1818) and Their German and Greek Equivalents, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 37‒53

Tausiet, Maria
Death does not exist: An Ethnographyc-Religious Interview about the Afterlife, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 41‒62

Todorović, Jovana
Poets on Sacrificial Rite: Vasko Popa’s „Nepočin-polje“ („No-rest Field“) from the Perspective of Miodrag Pavlović’s Study „Poetika žrtvenog obreda“ („The Poetics of Sacrificial Rite“), Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 123‒145

Trubarac Matić, Djordjina
Water-Bulls and Water-Cows in Oral Traditions of the World, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 7‒10
Water-Bulls and Water-Cows in Oral Traditions of the World. Part II Folkloristika 3/1 (2019): 9‒12

Tomić, Uroš
Murder Ballads in English: From Oral Tradition to Crime Fiction, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 7‒18

Vidaković-Petrov, Krinka
History and Fiction in a Bugarštica Ballad from the Eastern Adriatic: “How the Natives of Perast Punished the Spanish Duke Don Karlo Who Disgraced Two Orphan Maidens of Perast in the Year 1537”, Folkloristika 1/1 (2016): 31‒42

Voldina, Tatyana
Mythological Figures of Water Spirits and Ceremonies of Water-Worship among the Ob Ugrians, Folkloristika 2/2 (2017): 27‒46

Vlasov, Andrey N.
Serija „Byliny“ „Svoda russkogo folʹklora“ i rossijskaja folʹkloristika, Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 127-136

Vranić, Ana
Various Folklore Material from Bavanište (Serbia), Folkloristika 3/2 (2018): 157–164

Vukmanović, Ana
Graveyard Landscape Revived: Conceptualisation of Death in Oral Lyric, Folkloristika 1/2 (2016), 65‒82
Lyrical Town – Cosmic and Human, Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 31–66

Volodina, Tat'jana
Belarusian Charms Against “Naryadka”: Plot, Figurative and Areal Characteristics, North Russian Parallels, Folkloristika 4/1 (2019): 63‒96

Zakić, Mirjana
Singing in the Sirinić District, Folkloristika 3/1 (2018): 149‒164

Zlatković, Branko
Traditional Child-rearing and Childcare Practices in Župa of Aleksandrovac in Serbia, Folkloristika 2/1 (2017): 109‒115

Zlatković, Dragoljub
Harvest Songs from the Pirot District (Southern and Eastern Serbia), Folkloristika 5/1 (2020): 91–120

Zhadovskaya, Svetlana
From the Weather Diary to Autobiographical Prose: Personal Archive in the Cultural Space of a Small Town, Folkloristika 6/1 (2021): 107–123