Storytelling for Social Change


Laurie Riccadonna Another Man's Treasure (image)
Another Man's Treasure. 
Oil on Canvas. 31 x 42 inches.
© Laurie Riccadonna, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. Click to enlarge.


About the "Storytelling for Social Change" Issue

Laura Bisaillon In Stirrups, Silences, and Cells

Dmitry Borshch The Making of Brothers, Erdoğan, Hand Studies, and Untitled

Judy Rohrer Eres Mi Otro Yo: Storytelling from the Borderlands

Lina Rincón Under The Influence and Anapra Border Exchange

Regina A. Bernard Maybe You Should Tell Someone

Jeanne Ciravolo Becoming/Unbecoming and Numinous

Orlaith Darling Storytelling and the Repeal of the 8th Amendment: Narrative and Reproductive Rights in Ireland

Elizabeth Lanphier “How is the Truth to be Said?”Abortion Narratives in Feminist Activism, Politics, and Philosophy

Vicki Toscano Dangerous Tales: Antiabortion Narratives and the U.S. Supreme Court

Valerie Suter The Dream Is The Truth / Zora Neale Hurston and Clementine Hunter

K.L. Kivi and Lori Barkley Burning off the Colonial Fog: A Sinixt-Settler Storytelling Collaboration

Margaryta Golovchenko Sunflower

Ferial Pearson and Monica Fuglei Dismantling Trunks of Invisible Privileges in Higher Education

Laurie Riccadonna Throw-Away, Caps and Shells, and Another Man's Treasure (cover art)

Lauren Sele A Trip to the Museum

Shima Bhamra Times Up and Universal Woman

Janet Jones With Fear and Trepidation: Storytelling for Whom?

Christina Claes Beyond the Mother Metaphor: Baba Yaga's Ecofeminist Manifesto

About the Contributors