Memoirs and Myths: Storytelling for Teaching, Performance, and Healing

Selina Rifkin, M.S.

Selina Rifkin, M.S.

The art of storytelling is not only part of our DNA, it connects us to ancient peoples and traditions. But each telling is unique to the teller and her audience and anchors them in time and place, for each story serves a different purpose. Storytelling can improve your teaching, and your rituals, and serve as a path to healing.

Instructor: Selina Rifkin

Class Meetings: Sundays 7 PM ET, week of Sep 9 through Oct 6

Required Readings:

MacDonald, Margaret. 1993. The Storyteller’s Start-Up Book: Finding, Learning, Performing and Using Folktales. Little Rock, AK: August House.

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