Barn Dances, Ceilidhs and Knees Ups, Social Folk Dance in England, 1945–2020 by Chloe Middleton-Metcalfe.
There’s method in the magic. The Theory Behind Folk Magic in Medieval and Early Modern England by Tabitha Stanmore
Maud Karpeles, Adventurer and Folk Song Collector, A Reconsideration of Her 1929 and 1930 Newfoundland Field Explorations by Anna Guigné.
John Malchair’s ‘Third Collection of Tunes’ and Other 18th Century Tune Books at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library by Alice Little.
The Broadside Day is the annual one-day conference for people interested in street literature in all its fascinating aspects – broadsides, chap books, songsters, woodcuts, engravings, last dying speeches, catchpennies, wonder-tales, almanacs, fortune tellers, and all kinds of cheap printed material sold to ordinary people in the city streets, at country fairs, and from pedlar’s packs up and down the country in past centuries. The day consists of short papers, presentations, displays, discussions, and is suitable for beginners and experts alike.