St. Mary's University
Amanda Hill is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at St. Mary’s University. She is an artist, scholar, and educator who studies the intersections of narrative, performance, ethics, and media. She is particularly interested in vernacular practices of storytelling and the ways everyday people tell and share stories through digital media to promote cultural heritage. She has published multiple articles including in journals such as Storytelling, Self, Society; Journal of Psychology & the Behavioural Sciences; Media Education Research Journal; and Visual Ethnography. She additionally has works forthcoming in Review of Communication and Community Literacy Journal.
Keywords: digital storytelling, digital humanities, facilitation, ethics, storytelling, narrative, performance, digital media, media education, voice, identity, culture, heritage