The Power of Storytelling: Reference Section
Works, Texts, and Sites from our fantastic speakers
This is the Reference Section for our recent the Power of Storytelling Event
Our fantastic speakers were a font of information... including their own works, books they mentioned and sites to visit. We have compiled some of those here. If you remember any, or would like us to request one of our speakers, just let us know.
From Alexandra Hudson, you can watch her new series on the Human Condition, here:
From Anya Leonard, you can learn more about our brand new project, Classical Wisdom Kids, here:
The Power of Storytelling: Part 1
Thousand Ships, Pandora’s Jar, and Stone Blind by Natalie Haynes
Living in the Constellation of the Canon: The Lived Experiences of African-American Students Reading Great Books Literature by Dr. Anika Prather
How to Tell a Story: An Ancient Guide to the Art of Storytelling for Writers and Readers (Ancient Wisdom for Modern Readers) By Philip Freeman
Y2K Made Simple: A Natural Health Resource Guide - Ned Vankevich
Heart of Clay - Film by Ned Vankevich
Also referenced by From Ned:
The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure - Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff
The Scout Mindset: Why Some People See Things Clearly and Others Don’t - Julia Galee
The Modern Flaneur by Joel Bowman
Mr. Mehan’s Mildly Amusing Mythical Mammals by Matthew Mehan
Eighteenth-Century Women's Writing and the 'Scandalous Memoir' by Dr. Caroline Breashears
The Power of Storytelling: Part 2
Manliness, Tocqueville: A Very Short Introduction, Machiavelli's Virtue by Harvey Mansfield
Also included in our Panel (but was not on the original listing):
NED VANKEVICH is a university professor, filmmaker, and author. He has a PhD in communication with an emphasis on rhetorical criticism; an MA in Humanities with an emphasis on the "great books;" and a BA in English from McGill University where he won the academic Shakespeare Gold Medal award. He has presented papers on rhetorical criticism at many conferences and written multiple children's books and screenplays. He is currently working on a political book delving into why our liberal democracies are so polarized and dysfunctional. Hint: bad stories told well.
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