Canadian University, College and Employment Directory

Custom Search

Folklore and Ethnology Master's and PhD Programs in Canada

Folklore and Ethnology graduate and post-graduate programs and degrees offered in Canada.

Browse and compare over 10,000 master's, graduate certificate, doctorate (PHD) and residency programs offered in universities, faculties and research centres across Canada.


| Canada University Programs | Folklore and Ethnology |

Canadian Graduate Studies in Folklore and Ethnology

Graduate Programs in Folklore and Ethnology


Alberta


Newfoundland



Doctorate Programs in Folklore and Ethnology


Canada




All Folklore and Ethnology Programs


Canada



Related Programs to Folklore and Ethnology


Anthropology


Asian Studies


Children's Studies



Related Categories to Folklore and Ethnology


Anthropological Studies


Area Studies


Arts and Humanities


Religious Studies


Social Sciences


Sociological Studies



Study and Work in Folklore and Ethnology in Canada

What Folklore and Ethnology Students Learn
Topics and concepts that are covered and the overall approach or focus taken in studying Folklore and Ethnology.


Career and Employment Opportunities in Folklore and Ethnology
Professions or occupations available to graduates in Folklore and Ethnology and links to employment resources.



Programs A-Z


A

E

I

M

Q

U


B

F

J

N

R

V


C

G

K

O

S

W


D

H

L

P

T

Z



What is Folklore and Ethnology?

Folklore is the popular culture of a people passed on through mostly oral traditions its tales and legends, its customs and beliefs, its music, dance, drama, vernacular architecture, material culture, food, home medicine and folk wisdom. In other words, it encompasses the non-institutionalized aspects of culture, the culture, for want of a better term, of the common people. A more detailed description of ethnology and folklore studies may be found here: http://cfs.osu.edu/aboutFolklore/aboutmiddle.html


About Folklore and Ethnology

Folklore is most closely related to cultural studies programs (of which there are many) and anthropology, but it also shares topics with music, drama, sociology, and the literature of the region or culture studied. Museum studies and arts administration are common paths of future study for folklore majors.



Custom Search

Copyright 2016 - Hecterra Publishing Inc. - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service