Storytelling in San Francisco with Springer and the American Political Science Association

Photo credits Amy Harris

I’m very excited to have shared my story ‘My Marriage to Science’ with educators and general public at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco. The storytelling evening on 1 September 2017 was part of the American Political Science Association’s Annual meet up in San Francisco. Listen on soundcloud.

Springer Nature Storytellers and the Before the Abstract website are both part of an endeavor by Springer Nature to highlight the importance and utility of storytelling in science. As the need to communicate research beyond the confines of scholarly circles grows, Springer Nature is offering authors and potential authors the opportunity to talk about their real-life experiences as researchers, in their own words. We feature these personal stories through a mix of podcasts recorded at live events and written submissions, as well as a section featuring discussions on storytelling in scientific communications and tips on how to craft a narrative.”


Author Sin/Gin

SIN/GIN is preoccupied with stories about relationships between power, gender and sexuality. Together, we wonder about the collective as well as individual muscles that must flex in order that we, as individuals and as groups, can assert our right to sexual pleasure, sexual autonomy, sexual health and sexual reproductive health.

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