DST2020: special workshop activity with Joe Lambert

On the occasion of the 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference, hosted at the School of Design and Creative Arts, Martin Hall BuildingLoughborough, England, March 30-April 1, 2020, Joe Lambert and his colleagues from the StoryCenter are running two Digital Storytelling and Oral History workshops. Words Spoken, Words Written, Words DigitizedAn Introduction to Digital Storytelling and Oral HistoryA Presentation and Workshop

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DST Conference 2020: Registration is now open

Please click here to register to the 9th International Digital Storytelling Conference: https://store.lboro.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/school-of-design-and-creative-arts/upcoming-eventssymposiums/9th-international-digital-storytelling-conference Please register by the 29th February 2020. The full registration rates is £220 for full registration, £100 for student/practitioner/unwaged registration or a rate of £60 per day.  Registration will close on the 29th February 2020. Please see below some links to local hotels: https://www.burleigh-court.co.uk https://www.eliteathletecentre.co.uk https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/leicestershire/loughborough/loughborough.html https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/547/Loughborough-Central-hotel https://www.linkhotelloughborough.co.uk If you

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Join our team as Research Associate in Applied Storytelling

Two Positions Available, One Fixed-Term until July 2021, the other until December 2021. Interview date: Friday 6th of December. The School of Design and Creative Arts are seeking to appoint 2 Research Associates in Applied Storytelling. The Applied Storytelling research team (Storytelling Academy) is currently engaged on a wide number of interdisciplinary, collaborative research projects, funded by AHRC, NERC, ESRC,

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New Publications

For a number of years now, Professor Mike Wilson has been researching the life and work of Breton folklorist François-Marie Luzel (1821-1895). Luzel was one of the leading Breton scholars of his time, and was a prolific collector of folktales at a time when there was a pan-European effort to collect and preserve the oral culture of communities undergoing radical

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