Storytelling for Researchers

Posted: October 13th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Blog | Tags: , | 1 Comment »

It’s been a month and a half since I got back from Edinburgh and I’ve been pretty busy. The list of gigs is mostly up to date for the rest of 2014, check those out. There’ll be pictures from a photo shoot, roleplay games and even podcasts coming up soon so do check back.

I’ve been working with researchers and Phd. students from The University of Sheffield. We’ve been exploring how storytelling can be a powerful tool for engaging the public outside of academia. It’s a topic I’m really interested in and I’ll probably write more about it soon. Until then, we filmed a few of the participants and I thought I’d share. Here’s Rachel Askew talking about some cows.

One Comment on “Storytelling for Researchers”

  1. 1 Storytelling & Exhibition by Day, Revelries & Nostalgia by Night – Maverick Feet said at 8:03 pm on February 7th, 2016:

    […] between local folk tales in India and English story-telling. Tales of King Arthur narrated by Tim Ralphs and the rendition of Shiva and Sati by Emily Hennessey had the audience […]

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