Moving with Stories

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Guiding Questions

What are some other ways that stories can travel?
Where could your story travel?
Who needs to see or hear your story?
What is the connection between storytelling and social justice?
What impact can stories have that other academic outputs may not be able to achieve?
What are some thoughts about vulnerability and feedback when storytellers share their stories?
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Further Readings

Dion, S. D., & Salamanca, A. (2018). Enunciation: Urban indigenous being, digital storytelling and indigenous film aesthetics. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 38(1), 183–207.

Rice, C., & Mündel, I. (2018). Story-making as methodology: Disrupting dominant stories through multimedia storytelling. Canadian Review of Sociology, 55(2): 211-231.

Rice, C., Dion, S. D., Fowlie, H., & Breen, A. (2020). Identifying and working through settler ignorance. Critical Studies in Education. Access Copy

Rice, C., Dion, S.D., Fowlie, H., & Mündel, I. (2020). Re/turning the Gaze: Unsettling settler logics through multimedia storytelling. Feminist Media Studies.  Access Copy

Rice, C., Bailey, K. A., & Cook, K. (2021). Mobilizing Interference as Methodology and Metaphor in Disability Arts Inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry.
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