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Storytelling, Self, Society

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Storytelling Studies

Edited by Joseph Sobol and Jessica Senehi

Subjects: Anthropology, Education, Folklore, Performance Studies, Psychology, Translation

Published two times per year
ISSN 1550-5340
E-ISSN 1932-0280

H-Index: 4

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Storytelling, Self, Society is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarship on a wide variety of topics related to oral narrative in performance, as social or cultural discourse, and in a variety of professional and disciplinary contexts.

For submission and editorial information, please contact the editors at SSSJ@umanitoba.ca or visit http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/storytelling.

Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 15, Number 1 (Spring 2019)
Special Issue: Storytelling for Health

Introduction to the Storytelling for Health Special Issue
Emily Underwood-Lee and Prue Thimbleby

“Roving” and Recovery in Storytelling for Mental Health: Reclaiming the City, Resingularizing Ourselves
Cath Heinemeyer

Digital Storytelling and the Role of Meta-Orators in Institutional Listening
Naomi Sunderland and Nicole Matthews 

Invisible Breath
Alice Malpass and Elspeth Penny

Exploring the Intersections of Storytelling and Visual Arts: Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences of Cancer
Roanne Thomas, Christine Novy, Wendy Gifford, Viviane Grandpierre, Jennifer Poudrier, and Ovini Thomas

The Story of Georgie Muscles: A Narrative Approach to Nurturing Well-Being and Evidence-Enriched Practice in Health and Social Care
Nick Andrews and Cheryl Beer

Collective Storytelling for Health: A Three-Part Story
Leah Salter and Jemma Newkirk

Re-Storying Lives Using Creative Writing: A Client-Oriented Approach to Overcoming the Health Impacts of Domestic and Family Violence
Leanne Dodd

Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 15, Number 2 (Fall 2019)

The Lebanese Rooster
Sadika Kebbi

The Hidden Voices of Symbolism and Superstition in the Hungarian Folktale of “The Rooster and the Diamond Button”
Brian Sturm

Lynn Nottage’s This Is Reading: (Re)Identifying a City in a Story
Laurie Grobman

Dharma Is Not a Dinosaur!”: Religion and Modern Identity in the Storytelling of an Indian Guru
Antoinette E. DeNapoli

The Life/Ways Project: Self-Expression through Digital and Interactive Storytelling 
Natalie Underberg-Goode and Alexander Boyd

Everyday Storytelling as Teaching: Indian Teachers’ Experiences of Telling Stories in Teaching
Ola Henricsson and Silwa Claesson

Book Review
On Original Bavarian Folktales by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth, translated by M. Charlotte Worth; and The Turnip Princess, and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth, translated by Erika Eichenseer
Csenge Virág Zalka

National Communication Association Ethnography Division's Best Special Journal Issue, 2015