Walk the Walk Graphic Novel Getting Some Media Attention

  I’ve been quoted in the news a few times over the last couple of weeks, which is always exciting.  The graphic novel Scottish Book Trust produced to tackle sectarianism has made the news here in Scotland, garnering coverage on the BBC, in the Scotsman...
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William James on a Certain Blindness in Science Communication

Okay, so William James, the 19th century philosopher and psychologist, never actually wrote about science communication, but bear with me. In working on a chapter for a collection of papers on loneliness, I came across an essay by William James on blindness, which...
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Stories as Habitations Quotation…

“Stories are habitations.  We live in and through stories.  They conjure worlds.  We do not know the world other than as story world. Stories inform life.  They hold us together and keep us apart.” – Miller...
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Storytelling and Adventure Therapy

I spent much of last week attending the Fifth International Adventure Therapy Conference.  Not surprisingly, narratives and storytelling have found their way into this field. Paul Stolz (Evolve at Typo Station) and Cathryn Carpenter (Deakin University), both in...