Special Issue "Selected Papers from 11th International Digital Storytelling Conference 2023: Radical Listening: Story Work for a Just Future"
A special issue of Social Sciences (ISSN 2076-0760).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 July 2023) | Viewed by 2387
Interests: digital storytelling; community engagement
Interests: digital storytelling; women studies; oral history; migration and health communication
In collaboration with the 11th International Digital Storytelling conference (DST 2023), to be held in the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan region of the United States in June 2023, we invite the submission of papers presented at the conference for inclusion in a special issue of Social Sciences.
DST 2023: Radical Listening: Story Work for a Just Future focuses on how story work can help to strengthen our communities and build understanding across divides. Conference papers will focus on context, content, purpose, and practice through a variety of lenses, including:
- Radical listening for amplifying voices;
- Cultivating hopes and healing for a just future;
- Story luminaries: shining light on cultures, voices, and practices;
- Equity and access;
- Urgent story work in urgent times;
- Building and cultivating communities;
- Histories and cultures in storytelling;
- Research on DS as research methodology;
- DS for assessment;
- DS pedagogy.
Dr. Bill Shewbridge
Dr. Burcu Simsek
Dr. Brooke Hessler
Manuscript Submission Information
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- digital storytelling
- community engagement
- international digital storytelling conference 2023