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Digital Storytelling Crosswise: Silences, Identities, Places and Non-Humans
Blekinge institute of technology. (MKV)
Blekinge institute of technology.
2011 (English)In: Create, Share, Listen: The 4th International Conference on Digital Storytelling, Lillehammer,  February 5. – 7. 2011. Session A1, Place Based Stories and Cultural Heritage, 2011Conference paper, Published paper (Refereed)
Abstract [en]

This paper is based on our activities and reflections from two series of digital storytelling workshops organized in south-east of Sweden within the frames of the inter-regional project Delta Garden. The aim of the paper is to bring together these two workshop series from a number of analytical/thematic perspectives in order to identify similarities and differences in the stories created during the workshops.We introduce the article by shortly describing the workshops and stories created and after that move on to discuss experiences made in relation to the described specifics of the contexts were the digital storytelling workshops took place. The varying local contexts and the differences in group settings and different circumstances for the activities which took place, help to define three important dynamics of storytelling; how memories are related to embodied experiences of places; how silence help to shape stories; and how non-human actors intervenein the process of story-making. The practical experiences from the “Local history group” and the “Integration-group” form the basis for a concluding discussion about the need of a more adaptive approach to the Seven Elements of Storytelling (Lambert, 2010) as a way of structuring stories. We alsoemphasisethe importance of making room for diverse cultural worlds in story-making, hence challenging the hegemony of the grand narratives. The paperis structured as follows. First  the two workshop series are presented situated and localized, then we step forward by introducing the analytical perspectives we use in order to unfold the process of story-making and finally we move over to discussion and conclusions. 

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2011.
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Media Studies and Journalism
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URN: urn:nbn:se:lnu:diva-40197OAI: oai:DiVA.org:lnu-40197DiVA: diva2:788863
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Create, Share, Listen: The 4th International Conference on Digital Storytelling, Lillehammer, February 5. – 7. 2011. Session A1, Place Based Stories and Cultural Heritage
Available from: 2015-02-16 Created: 2015-02-16 Last updated: 2015-04-23Bibliographically approved

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