Folklore and Education Section
The Dorothy Howard Folklore and Education Prize competition is open to all individuals and organizations
whose work effectively encourages K-12 educators
or students to use or study folklore and folkloristic approaches in
all educational environments.
The Robinson-Roeder-Ward Fellowship is awarded to an educator who is engaged in folklore,
ethnography, or cultural heritage and K-12 education. The
fellowship will provide the recipient a stipend of $300 to
participate in the annual meeting of the American Folklore
Society and a free membership in the Folklore and Education Section
for one year.