EIGHTH ANNUAL UCCB STORYTELLING
Friday, May 21
Storytelling by our presenters and others.
Beatrice MacNeil will cap off the evening with a reading from her novel in
progress. (Refreshments will be served)
(Registration required for this day. Contact Afra Kavanagh at (902) 563-1431 or [log in to unmask])
Brian Sturm, University of North Carolina, "The conundrums of Consciousness and the Power of Paradox: how story beginnings
Trinna Frever, Wayne State University, "Novella and
caesura: Storytelling, Print Narratology, and the Defiance of
Michael Wilson, University of Glamorgan (Wales),
"Befriending the Audience: The Performance of the
Alex Pierce and Playwriting students, UCCB, "Structuring the story of the play."
Michelle Witen, The University of Western Ontario, "The
Art of Experience: The Creation of the Storyteller in Michael Ende's The
Never Ending Story."
Richard Marchand, UCCB, "Beginnings and Endings: Tales
of Female Orphans in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Children's
Louise Nichols, Universite de Moncton, "From salt to
Nothing: Shakespeare's twist on the Beginning of an Old
Caren Neile, Florida Atlantic University, "The
Circle Game: Frame Storytelling as a Multivalent Modality."
Other issues in Storytelling:
Nancy D. Tolson, Illinois State University, "Give me
Calgon and a Story and I'll Be All Right!"
Sana Kavanagh and Nadine LeFort, UCCB, "The Stories
Debrah (Pete) Richardson, Louisiana State University,
"Performing Louisiana: The Marketing of a Cultural
Ray Chodzinski, Brock University, "Storytelling as an
intervention strategy with bullies and victims."
Tanya Bird, University of Ottawa, "Shared Storytelling
and Hopeful Vision in Tolkien's Creative Work."
Christopher Smith, Texas Tech University, "Between Green
Hedges and Ditches: Narrative and Allusion in a folk-recitation by Seamus
For more information visit : http://faculty.uccb.ca/afrak/storytelling/