Welcome to the Participatory Narrative Inquiry InstituteAdvancing the state of the art in PNI
We founded the Participatory Narrative Inquiry Institute so you — and we — can link to other practitioners in the field of participatory narrative and in connected fields. Our ultimate aim is to advance the state of the art in PNI.
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photo credentials: Chris Ratzlaff Last month we announced the PNI Institute calls in 2018 will revolve around "why work with stories". The calls are great opportunities to swap stories of experience and sharpen your PNI skills through discussing and...read more
Our PNI Institute call for April 11, 2018 was for trading stories about PNI projects. We talked about projects that surprised us, projects we were proud of, and projects we thought people needed to hear about. And of course we talked about what makes a good project...read more
Two big changes are taking place in our monthly PNI Institute Zoom calls. The time is changing from 10am to 2pm NY time, and we are switching to audio recordings instead of written notes. We also have a new line-up of topics to discuss.read more
Our PNI Institute call for February was a continuation of our earlier exploration of the relationship between PNI and Narrative Inquiry. These are some notes on our fruitful discussion. Proof First we talked about proof, and how there are different forms of it....read more
Sometimes one gets an opportunity to use a channel to put things forward to an audience one never thought one would meet. Such an event happened last week when I was a guest for the second time in the GloComNet webinar series on Complexity and Uncertainty. The webinar is recorded in a brand new TV studio which can livestream 4K content. The webinars recordings have audiences up to 1500 people, so it was a real honour to be a guest.read more
We have been told by economic leaders, macro-economic models, the press, and politicians that we live in a globalized world, run by “hot money” capital systems, political superpowers, and large corporations. Dissident voices exist (see for example Doughnut Economics), but the globalised view is the dominant view. In everyday life, however, I observe something completely different. There, local forces and context matter. In this post I want to lay out a different image of the world, one that is more hopeful and human.read more
That’s a story! twitter.com/Nicolaewna/status/…