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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 16, Number 2 (Fall 2020)
Special Issue: Digital Storytelling
Guest Editor: Amanda Hill

Editors’ Note
Joseph Sobol and Jessica Senehi

Introduction to the Special Issue—Looking to the Digital: An Introduction to Digital Storytelling
Amanda Hill

Digital Storytelling and Creative Destruction
Farhad Bahram

The Player and the Avatar: Performing as Other
Anelise Farris

Serendipity, Vulnerability, and Imperfection: Harnessing Live Video for “Authentic” Teacher Performances
Adam Brown and Emily Wade

The Narratable Self Lost in a Cave: Tracing Hints of Humanity in an Instagram Trope
Michael Humphrey 

Together and Alone: Telling Second Stories on the Humans of New York Facebook Page
Li Guo

Crafting Authenticity: Reality, Storytelling, and Female Self-Representation through Instapoetry
Maria Manning

Vernacular Narratives of Well-Being and the Practice of Photo-a-Day
Andrew Cox and Liz Brewster

Book Review
On Digital Storytelling: Form and Content by Mark Dunford and Tricia Jenkins
Heather Gerhart

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