Author Archives: Antonia Liguori

Antonia Liguori presenting at the MeCCSA Conference on behalf of the DRY Project team

Co-designing an online ‘Utility Tool’ to bridge science and community knowledge through storytelling is the title of the paper that Dr Antonia Liguori (Lecturer in Applied Storytelling at Loughborough University) will present at the MeCCSA Conference 2020 in Brighton, UK. This paper was thought and written in collaboration with Professor Lindsey McEwen (PI on the DRY Project) and Professor Mike

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PhD Studentship in Drawing and Digital Storytelling

Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD studentships in the School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University. The School is looking for highly motivated and talented individuals who are keen to contribute the School’s vibrant research culture. We are keen to hear from applicants interested in exploring how creative processes of drawing and digital storytelling can be

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New exciting project on mental health literacy of young people

Last month The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) announced an exciting 3 year research and industry collaboration which aims to discover whether or not animation can help improve the mental health literacy of young people. The project partners are the University of Nottingham, Loughborough University and LSE, Aardman, the Mental Health Foundation, and also Dr Dominique Thompson of Buzz

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CERTIFY Project: Digital Storytelling training at Loughborough University

20 participants from 7 European Countries will be involved in the first training mobility of the CERTIFY Project from Monday the 16th of December to Friday the 20th. Dr Antonia Liguori (Lecturer in Applied Storytelling at Loughborough University and PI on the project) and Dr Lyndsey Bakewell (Lecturer in Drama and Co-I from De Montfort University) will facilitate a 5-day

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