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CFP: Interpretation Canada National Conference (Storytelling)

CFP: Interpretation Canada National Conference (Storytelling)

It’s difficult (if not impossible) to separate the human experience from storytelling. We have a fundamental need to connect with each other and ourselves through the sharing of stories. They are the tool we use to make sense of our lives, experiences, science, events in history and the world around us. Stories, like interpretation itself, help us make meaning of the world.

Interpretation Canada’s 2022 National Conference in Halifax explores the connection between interpretation and storytelling through presentation and discussions on this broad topic.

Call for Proposals

We are looking for conference sessions that help us explore this topic, offer case studies, share research findings, or challenge us to experience new ways of perceiving the science and art of storytelling.  Deadline is March 18th, 2022

Here’s what you’ll need to tell us: 

  • Names and contact information for all presenters  
  • Session Title 
  • Session Promotional Description (30 words or less) 
  • Session Overview (200 words or less)
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Target Audience 
  • Type of session (Choose from 60 minute panel discussion, 60 minute participatory session, 30 minute explorations, or 5 minute rapid fire) 
  • Biography for presenter(s)  

Submit your proposal here.


Mar 18 2022


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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 18 2022
  • Time: All Day

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