Collaborative Multimedia Storytelling

The crux of the digital humanities project I’d like to discuss is a multimedia, interactive book and documentary project that revolves around the collaborative formation of images, stories, memories, and experiences. Using social network sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Flickr where people of different ages, ethnic groups, religions, and experiences with the Silver River in the Ocala National Forest can upload their own photographs, sound files, videos and commentary to help answer the inquiry: how can we envision humaNature entanglements through a decolonial, feminist lens to explore otherwise silenced counter-narratives to hegemonic conservation and development rhetoric?


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About Amanda

I am a visual and ecological anthropologist. I make documentaries of alternative visions of nature and human-nature relationships, and I use video as a tool to improve the experiential and sensorial component of learning in the classroom.

3 Responses to Collaborative Multimedia Storytelling

  1. Laurie says:

    Very exciting! If you aren’t already working with Whitney Sanford, you should be in touch with this seeming to have so many connections to the Wish You Were Here program with UF, UCF, and the Florida State Parks.

  2. I wonder if there’s a connection here to the storygeneration session proposal?

  3. Amanda says:

    I briefly have talked to Whitney –good reminder for a follow up conversation now that I’m back in the country. I thought the storygeneration session intriguing as well.

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