From: Dr Eric Miller (PhD in Folklore)

Director, World Storytelling Institute

eric@storytellinginstitute.org

98403 94282 (Chennai)

 

 

Online Recordings of Videoconferences

 

16

20 March 2017.

This videoconference was hosted by the Bangalore Storytelling Society. It occurred on World Storytelling Day 2017.  The theme was Transformations.  There were six Storytellers.  Additional info about the videoconference is here.  A direct link to the recording of the videoconference is here .

At 1:08:00, I (Eric Miller) begin to tell a story.

At 1:16:30, we begin to talk about the story.

At 1:18:50, we begin to talk about technology.

 

15

7 Feb 2017.

Videoconference discussion about 1) Storytelling in the World Today, 2) Storytelling for Teaching-and-learning, and 3) Therapeutic Uses of Storytelling".  The videoconference's Guest Co-host is Regina Ress, in Chennai.  Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.  This was an event in Chennai Storytelling Festival 2017.

 

14

March 2016.

Videoconference discussion, and telling of stories, about Strong and Clever Girls and Women, on World Storytelling Day 2016.  To see-and-hear a recording of the videoconference, please click here.  Participant Kathy Redman led the other participants in a story-composing activity (relating to a photo), beginning at 37:20.  Additional info about this event is here.

 

13

Feb 2016.

Videoconference discussion about Ways Storytelling can be a form of Communication, and The Storytelling Revival today.  Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.  The videoconference's Guest Co-host is Ruth Stotter, in Chennai.  This was an event in Chennai Storytelling Festival 2016.

 

12

Feb 2015.

Videoconference discussion about Using Storytelling to Teach Languages.  Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.  The videoconference's Guest Co-host is Richard Martin, in Chennai.  This was an event in Chennai Storytelling Festival 2015.

 

11

March 2014.

Videoconference discussion about Dragons and other Monsters, on World Storytelling Day 2014.  Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.

 

10

Jan 2014.

Videoconference discussion about Storytelling and Healing.  Info about, and a link to a recording of, this videoconference is here.  This event previewed Chennai Storytelling Festival 2014.

 

9

Oct 2013.

The participants are high school students in Chennai, and Burlington, Wisconsin, USA.  Students discuss their identities as expressed through their language use (sayings, proverbs, etc) and other cultural practices.  Event notes are here, and the recording is here. 

 

8

March 2013.

The participants are college students in Chennai, and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).  Students discuss their identities as expressed through their language use (sayings, proverbs, etc) and other cultural practices.  The recording is here. 

 

7

Oct 2012.

The participants are college students in Chennai, and Cairo (Egypt).  Event notes are here,  and the recording is here. 

 

6

Oct 2011.

The participants are people in Chennai, and Bloomington (Indiana, USA).  The event concerns the Mahabharata, and features a professional Mahabharata storyteller on the Chennai side.  Event notes are here, and the videoconference recording is here (the event begins at 20:50 into the recording).  (A back-up of the recording on Youtube is here.) 

 

5

Oct 2005.

15 Oct 2005 Chennai-Philadelphia Videoconference, part 1

(60 minutes).

15 Oct 2005 Chennai-Philadelphia Videoconference, part 2

(45 minutes).

 

4

Oct 2004.

16 Oct 2004 Chennai-Philadelphia Videoconference, part 1

(62 minutes).

16 Oct 2004 Chennai-Philadelphia Videoconference, part 2

(34 minutes).

 

3

2000.

Videoconference Theory (including electronic drawing and image-processing; 3 minutes).

Movement in Videoconferencing (including super-imposition of participants' frames; 3 minutes).

 

2

2000.

Yuendumu and Philadelphia (2 minutes).

 

1

1999.

Nine songs (14 minutes).

Story of the Six Men (including a Tamil language lesson; 16 minutes).

 

 

Videoconferencing in Popular Culture (excerpts from cartoons, TV shows, and movies; 8 minutes).

 

  

 

 

 

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