Monthly Archives: March 2009

What has happened to Obama’s narrative intelligence?

  I was an avid follower of the 2008 elections because I was writing a book on the campaigns, using them as a case study in narrative critical method. If the contest was really a battle of stories, how could one … Continue reading

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The stories we tell about tragedy

Humans cannot live long or act effectively without meaning. To even for a minute attach significance when there is none is to feed the very story that sparked the killings in the first place. It is not the story the killers tell that matters. What matters is the story we tell about them. Continue reading

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