Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 11, Number 1 (Spring 2015)

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Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 11, Number 1

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.

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Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 11, Number 1 (Spring 2015)
Special Issue: Storytelling and Politics

 Introduction to the Special Issue: Storytelling and Politics
Caren Schnur Neile

Rumor Has a Hundred Tongues: Narrative in an Age of Disintermediation
Evan Cornog

The Master-Slave Dialectic in "The Sorcerer's Apprentice"
Jack Zipes

The Folklore Fundamentalist: Notes on the Politics of Storytelling
Steve Zeitlin

Characters in Political Storytelling
Francesca Polletta

The Call to Action of Stories: An Interview with Paul Rogat Loeb
Caren Schnur Neile

How Stories Argue: The Deep Roots of Storytelling in Political Rhetoric
Andrew Leslie

Peacebuilding and Reconciliation through Storytelling in Northern Ireland and the Border Countries of the Republic of Ireland
Benjamin Maiangwa ans Sean Byrne

The Life of a A Story: Upper Karoo, South Africa, and Newark, New Jersey: A Conversation Between and Folklorist and a Storyteller
Laura Simms and Jos
é Manuel de Prada-Samper

Never Forget: March of the Living and Place-Based Holocaust Storytelling
Leon Weissberg and Caren Schnur Neile


 The Personal and the Political: Roslyn Bresnick-Perry, 1922-2015
Judith Black


On Why Stories Matter: The Political Grammar of Feminist Theory by Clare Hemmings
Karen J. Leader

On Radical Homemakers: Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture by Shannon Hayes
Zulfiya Tursunova and Chantal Shivanna Ramraj

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