Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 9, Number 1 (Spring 2013)

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Storytelling, Self, Society Volume 9, 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.

Table of Contents

Autobiographical Remembering and Storytelling in Context and History
Ricardo Medina Audelo and Lucas M. Bietti

The Effects of Story Performance on Fifth Grade Students’ Comprehension of Narrative Texts
Shawn K. Wightman and R. Craig Roney

If I Had Three Wishes: The Educational and Social/Emotional Benefits of Oral Storytelling
Denise E. Agosto

Learning to Listen to an All-Day Talker
Milbre Burch

Diane Wolkstein Skipped in Her Sleep: In the Footsteps of a Public Intellectual
Caren S. Neile and Joseph Sobol


The Use of Stories in Education: A Review of Fairy Tales in the Classroom: Teaching Students to Write Stories With Meaning Through Traditional Tales
Pamela Cooper Hoel 

Liberating Voices: A Review of Troubling Violence: A Performance Project
M. Heather Carver and Elaine J. Lawless


Toward a Methodology of Storytelling Performance Criticism
Caren S. Neile and David Novak

Karen Finley’s “The Jackie Look”
Holly Hughes 

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