Alongside the script of “It is In You: Health Justice Perform ance in Tanzania,” this article explores oral history and critical ethnography performance as dialogue-based methods o f global storytelling. A cross-cultural performance project engaging the politics of development, HIV, and the body, “It is In You” hopes to host otherwise difficult dialogues by centering invitation and health justice. I consider three key groups of global storytelling participants— experts, tellers, and contributing listeners— as essential to an ethic of mutuality which cycles through stories to mobilize comm unities, confront neocolonialisms, and situate research in our bodies.
"The Performance and Expansion of Global Storytelling in “It is In You”,"
Storytelling, Self, Society: Vol. 8
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/storytelling/vol8/iss3/2