External links from the Folklife in Louisiana website
Louisiana Folklore Society: The Society offers netowrking and publication opportunities for anyone interested in Louisiana folklore.
Louisiana Voices Links for a list of all websites used by the Louisiana Voices Educator's Guide.
KNOWLA: Encyclopedia of Louisiana: a comprehensive, online reference guide to the history and culture of Louisiana produced by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.
Louisiana Public Broadcasting: websites focusing on folklife video documentaries.
Louisiana Folk Artist Biographies
The People of Louisiana from Colonization to Reconstruction:
A Medley of Cultures: a virtual exhibit at Louisiana State Museum
Center for Louisiana Studies
National Folklife Websites
American Folklore Society: This learned society offers resources and services for anyone researching folklore. In the Folklore Commons section of their website, the Folklore Wiki offers a collective sharing enterprise about all aspects of folklore research.
American Folklife Center Library of Congress: This site has a wealth of information online about folklife resources and traditions, including:
Folklife & Fieldwork: A Layman's Introduction to Field Techniques
Documenting Maritime Folklife: An Introductory Guide
Educational Resources for Teaching, Learning and Research
American Folklife: A Commonwealth of Cultures
Smithsonian Institution Folklife and Folkways: This site features a wealth of information on folkways throughout the world that have been featured at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
Local Learning:The National Network for Folk Arts in Education: This site of Local Learning provides an online clearinghouse for national and regional resources related to folklore. Find virtual folk artist residencies, educational teaching tools, articles, and more.