Société internationale d'ethnologie et de folklore (SIEF)
International Society for Ethnology and Folklore
Internationale Gesellschaft für Ethnologie und Volkskunde
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1928 Prague Czech Rep
Founded at International Congress, held under the auspices of H-XH2149 - International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation. New statutes and present name adopted 8 Sep 1964, Athens (Greece). Latest statutes adopted 28 Mar 2017, Göttingen (Germany).
Facilitate cooperation among scholars working within European Ethnology, Anthropology, Folklore Studies and adjoining fields; develop scholarly work in the field; promote publication in the field; stimulate cooperation among scholars and scientific organizations; contribute to advancement of knowledge.
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