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Friday, November 1 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Storytelling as Cultural Learning

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The use of story in a culture to convey values.

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Davidson L. Haworth

Fantasy Author
Davidson L. Haworth is a fantasy writer and the author of the historical fantasy series The Prali Trilogy - The Dragon of Prali, The Wizard of Prali, and The Vampires of Prali. Davidson is known to the world as the father of historical fantasy. Davidson L. Haworth was born in San Jose, CA. His family came to the States from England in 1920 and established a new line of the Haworths but England and its deep Medieval history became one of... Read More →


Gregg Castro

Director, Salinan T'rowt'raahl
Gregg Castro [t'rowt'raahl Salinan/rumsien Ohlone], has been involved in the preservation of his California Indigenous cultural heritage for over two decades. He represents his late Mother’s family’s interests in the protection of cultural heritage in their rumsien Ohlone homeland. On his late Father’s side, he was a founding member of the contemporary Salinan Nation Tribal Council (serving as Tribal Chair and Vice-chair for a term each... Read More →
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Juliette Wade

Juliette Wade has appeared in Fantasy and Science Fiction, Clarkesworld and several times in Analog magazine. Her nonfiction has appeared in Analog and in Lightspeed's special issue, Women Destroy Science Fiction. She uses her expertise in linguistics, anthropology and Japanese language and culture to enhance her writing and worldbuilding. She lives the Bay Area of Northern California with her husband and two children, who support and inspire... Read More →

Friday November 1, 2013 4:00pm - 6:00pm

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