Author Archives: Antonia Liguori

New publication: Editorial: Towards 2030: Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality Education

Antonia Liguori, in collaboration with Philippa Rappoport, Smithsonian Institution, US; Antonella Poce, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy; Matthew Rabagliati, UK National Commission for UNESCO, just completed her work on this very important Research Topic published by Frontiers, that addresses the fourth Sustainable Development Goal, which is to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for

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This is an innovative Master’s degree which takes storytelling as a creative practice, with the storytelling practitioner at its core. It builds on our international reputation for research in applied storytelling relating to areas of health, the environment, education and social justice. The programme offers you the opportunity to develop as storytelling practitioners and work alongside researchers on existing projects in the UK and

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CfP: Storytelling as, and for, Sustainability Thinking

In collaboration with Professor Neil Powell from Uppsala University, Dr Sara Holmgren from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Dr Marcus Bussey from the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia, Professor Mike Wilson will be co-convening a workshop on ‘Storytelling as, and for, Sustainability Thinking’, at the Nordic Environmental Social Sciences Conference, which takes place in Turku, Finland

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MARS final conference in Afyonkarahisar, Türkiye

September 2023 marks the final gathering of the partners from the M.A.R.S – Methodological Approach for Real Social Effects in Adult Education project, collaborating since 2021 on educating adult learners in using creativity to build resilience against crisis. The gathering took place in Afyonkarahisar, Türkiye after a delay in the scheduling due to a recent Earthquake in the region. The

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New publication: What Digital Storytelling Means to the New Generation of Researchers

Our latest Open Access publication is inspired by the panel we delivered at the International Digital Storytelling Conference in the Washington D.C. and Baltimore areas, US, in June 2023. Please, read the abstract below. A new, hybrid way of conceiving Digital Storytelling (DS) in applied research is presented here as an essential trigger to challenge, expand, and eventually re-frame the

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