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5th Global Conference on STORYTELLING
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Human life is conducted through story, because the telling of stories comes naturally to us. Almost every time we speak we engage in storytelling, and sharing stories is arguably the most important way we have of communicating with others about who we are and what we believe; about what we are doing and have done; about our hopes and fears; about what we value and what we don’t. We make sense of our lives by telling the stories that we live; and we learn about other lives by listening...

5/10/2014 to 5/13/2014
When: May 10-13, 2014
Where: Hotel Real Palácio
Rua Tomás Ribeiro 115
Lisbon
Portugal

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5th Global Conference

STORYTELLING

Saturday 10th May – Tuesday 13th May 2014
Lisbon, Portugal

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Welcome to the Project

Human life is conducted through story, which comes naturally to us. Sharing stories is arguably the most important way we have of communicating with others about who we are and what we believe; about what we are doing and have done; about our hopes and fears; about what we value and what we don’t. We learn about and make sense of our lives by telling the stories that we live; and we learn about other lives by listening to the stories told by others. Sometimes, under the influence of the culture in which we are immersed, we live our lives in ways that try to create the stories we want to be able to tell about them.

Core themes for development

Storytelling: global reflections on narrative,will provide a space in which stories about story can be told, and in which the use of stories in the widest possible range of aspects of human life, can be reported. Abstracts are invited for individual contributions and for symposia of three closely related papers. They may address any aspect of story or narrative, including, for example:

  • Story as a pedagogical tool in academic disciplines such as history; anthropology, psychology, theology, cultural theory, medicine, law, philosophy, education, and archaeology.
  • Narrative and the gathering of stories of lived experience, as a research approach in any area of academic, professional and public life.
  • The place of story and storytelling in the practice of journalism; PR advertising; conflict resolution; architecture; religion; tourism, politics and the law, and in clinical contexts such as medicine, psychotherapy, nursing and counselling.

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