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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: 3

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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 13, Number 2 (Fall 2017)
Special Issue: Storytelling in Higher Education

Introduction: What Is Storytelling in the Higher Education Classroom?
Diane Ketelle

Abuelita Storytelling: From Pain to Possibility and Implications for Higher Education
Pedro E. Nava

What Can Folktales Teach Us about Higher Education Teaching?
Brian W. Sturm and Sarah Beth Nelson

Of Seal Skins and Cow Tail Switches: Storytelling and Critical Thinking
Charles Temple

“Tell Me a Story”: A Critical Hip-Hop Framework for Storytelling in Higher Education
Adrienne D. Oliver

You Ain’t Alone in This: Critical Sense Making and the Process of Becoming
G. T. Reyes

Using Story to Teach Courage to Aspiring Administrators in an Educational Leadership Classroom
Alison McDonald

Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring 2018)
Special Issue: Long-From Storytelling Performance

Introduction to the Special Issue
Joseph Sobol

“Another Story for Another Time”: The Many-Strandedness of a Jewish Woman’s Storytelling Tradition
Simon Heywood

The Ruby Tree [Excerpt]
Shonaleigh Cumbers

Petals and Claws: Landscape and Place in Alan Garner’s The Owl Service
Fiona Collins

Naming, Summoning, Journeying, and Implicating: Rediscovering Orality in Dreaming the Night Field
Michael Harvey

Dreaming the Night Field [Excerpts]
Michael Harvey

Going Long: On Telling Gilgamesh
David Novak

David Novak

Book Reviews

On Deadly Powers: Animal Predators and the Mythic Imagination by Paul A. Trout; and Imaginary Animals: The Monstrous, the Wondrous and the Human by Boria Sax
Dennis Patrick Slattery

On Extraordinary Adventures of Mullah Nasruddin: Naughty, Unexpurgated Stories of the Beloved Wise Fool from the Middle and Far East collected and retold by Ron J. Suresha
Sandra Bird

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