Scholarly Articles

Abkhezr, P., Mcmahon, M., Glasheen, K., & Campbell, M. (2018). Finding voice through narrative storytelling: An exploration of the career development of young African females with refugee backgrounds. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 105, 17–30.

Bell, L. (2009). The Story of the Storytelling Project: An Arts-Based Race and Social Justice Curriculum. Storytelling, Self, Society, 5(2), 107–118.

Boske, C. (2016). Promoting Progressive Social Justice-Oriented Pedagogies through Non-Text-Arts-Based Understandings. Planning and Changing, 47(3-4), 246–262.

Cullors, P. (2019). Abolition And Reparations: Histories of Resistance, Transformative Justice, And Accountability. Harvard Law Review, 132(6).

Fobear, K. (2015). “I Thought We Had No Rights” – Challenges in Listening, Storytelling, and Representation of LGBT Refugees. Studies in Social Justice, 9(1), n/a.

Love, B. (2014). Urban Storytelling: How Storyboarding, Moviemaking, and Hip-Hop-Based Education Can Promote Students’ Critical Voice. English Journal, 103(5), 53–58.

Wånggren, L. (2016). Our stories matter: storytelling and social justice in the Hollaback! movement. Gender and Education, 28(3), 401–415.


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