The Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic

is creating Online Folklore Courses, Community, and Magic
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About The Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic

The Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic is an award-winning online center for classes on fairy tales, folklore, and fantastic literature created in 2016. These are the courses for people who dreamed of elven battles while studying economics, those who have always sworn they could see ghosts, those who longed for a school of magic to send them an unexpected acceptance letter! Beyond that, we are also a community of like-minded people who love the magic of folklore.



Hi! We’re Dr. Sara Cleto and Dr. Brittany Warman – folklorists, teachers, and writers. Together, we survived grad school (and both earned our PhDs from the Ohio State University in 2018!) and founded Carterhaugh. Myths, legends, and especially fairy tales are our passion. We love sharing their histories and exploring their still-present magic with our students. In October 2019, our school won the Dorothy Howard Award from the American Folklore Society’s Education Section, recognizing our excellence and our commitment to sharing folklore with a global audience. When we aren’t teaching, we are scholars and writers and best friends who have published peer-reviewed articles, sold stories and poems, written book introductions and encyclopedia entries, and published both creative and academic reviews.
 


Supported by our backgrounds in academia and creative writing, we aim to use our knowledge and our passion for these subjects to share their wonder, solidify their importance in society, and spread a bit of magic into the world. When you join us here, you become part of the community we're building!


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