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We are pleased to present posts by StoryCenter staff, storytellers, colleagues from partnering organizations, and thought leaders in Storywork and related fields.

Filtering by Tag: #digitalstorytelling

Ending Human Trafficking in India, One Story at a Time: A Performative Approach to Digital Storytelling

Amy Hill

These are stories of resilience and triumph. We will continue to share them with judiciary, law enforcement, and government officers, to influence policy and increase people’s understanding of the complex issues surrounding human trafficking. Altogether the experience of supporting the creation of these stories has changed me … and has made me realize that even within bureaucratic systems, we have opportunities to feel, share, and evolve. And above all, to change lives and contribute positively towards society.

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Digital Storytelling, Or Why Technology Has Ruined Everything

Amy Hill

Anxiety about technology has a long-documented history. Plato thought the act of writing was a step backward for truth. Martin Luther decried the first bound books. Leo Tolstoy criticized the printing press. The New York Times claimed that the telephone would turn us into transparent heaps of jelly. The radio was a menace; the cinema was a fad; the computer had no market; and the television was nothing more than a plywood box. The backlash is persistent.

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