• I received her interdisciplinary PhD in Communication and Performance Studies at the University of Maine. She currently teaches courses in Performance Studies and Qualitative Methods and directs the service learning performance troupe: UNCW Storytellers and the Seahawk Historical Players.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2021-01-01 Connecting Through Children’s Literary Performance while Socially Distancing: The Challenges and Possibilities of Children’s Literary Storytelling for At-Risk AudiencesStorytelling, Self, Society.  17. 2021-01-01
    2020-01-01 And Then I Stopped Trying to Fit A Tale of a White Visible/Disabled Scholar’s Rejection of the Religion of MeritDepartures in Critical Qualitative Research.  9. 2020-01-01
    2020-01-01 Redirecting a university storytelling troupe for at-risk elementary students for course credit A story of Embodied empathy, literary, and personal transformation.Text and Performance Quarterly.  39. 2020-01-01
    2020-01-01 Surviving the Solo Show Wilderness: Exploring One-Person Performance Processes through the Metaphor of Wilderness Survival.Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies.  16. 2020-01-01
    2019-01-01 Performing Narratives of Self in Memory Loss: The Visceral Remains.Text and Performance Quarterly.  39:116-134. 2019-01-01
    2018-01-01 Embracing the Vulnerabilities and Possibilities of Storytelling, Listening, and (Re)Creating Identity with Others.Storytelling, Self, Society.  14. 2018-01-01
    2018-01-01 She Was Here: Narrative Research as Resistance to the Loss of 'Culturally Uncomfortable' Identities.Qualitative Inquiry.  24:134-150. 2018-01-01
    2015-12-01 Co-Creating Cripping: A Performance Ethnographic Research Project as Undergraduate PedagogyLiminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies.  11:20. 2015-12-01
    2015-09-01 Narrative Performance Research: Co-Storying 'Almost Passing'Departures in Critical Qualitative Research.  4:70-91. 2015-09-01
    2015-06-01 Almost-Passing Physically Disabled Femininity and Cultural Power: A Performance Analysis of Personal NarrativeWomen's Studies in Communication.  38:227-249. 2015-06-01
    2015-01-01 Almost-Passing Physically Disabled Femininity and Cultural Power: A Performance Analysis of Personal Narrative.Women’s Studies in Communication.  38:227-249. 2015-01-01
    2015-01-01 Co-Creating Cripping: A Performance Ethnographic Research Project as Undergraduate Pedagogy.Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Research.  11:1-23. 2015-01-01
    2015-01-01 Narrative Performance Research: Co-Storying “Almost Passing.”Departures in Critical Qualitative Research.  4:70-91. 2015-01-01
    2015-01-01 The Delight, Desire and Danger of Performance in Teaching Performance of LiteratureAmerican Communication Journal2015-01-01
    2015-01-01 The Delight, Desire, and Danger of Performance in Performance of Literature: A Pedagogical Script in Revision.American Communication Journal.  17. 2015-01-01
    2015-01-01 Using Celebrities to Teach Autoethnography: Reflexivity, Disability, and Stigma.Popular Culture Studies Journal.  3:505-519. 2015-01-01
    2014-01-01 Back to the Future: Cicero’s Five Canons as an Assessment Framework.Journal of the Association of Communication Administration.  33:35-48. 2014-01-01
    2014-01-01 Illuminating the vulnerability of hegemonic masculinity through a performance analysis of physically disabled men's personal narrativesDisability Studies Quarterly.  34. 2014-01-01
    2013-08-01 Performance Studies: Because I Needed A Better Way to See and Be in this WorldText and Performance Quarterly.  425-430. 2013-08-01
    2013-02-01 Problematizing a Researcher’s Performance of ‘Insider Status’ in the Analysis of Physically Disabled Professionals’ Personal Narratives: An Auoethnography of ‘Designer Disabled’ IdentityQualitative Inquiry.  19:101-115. 2013-02-01
    2012-09-01 Performing Post-Accident Professional Identity in Personal Narrative: Grappling with Embodied VulnerabilityLiminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies.  8:1-22. 2012-09-01
    2012-01-01 “Cripped” Heroes: An Analysis of Physically Disabled Professionals’ Personal Narratives of Performance of IdentitySouthern Communication Journal.  77:307-328. 2012-01-01
    2011-12-01 Attending to the disembodied character in research on professional narratives: How the performance analysis of physically disabled professionals' personal stories provides insight into the role of the body in narratives of professional identityNarrative Inquiry.  21:238-257. 2011-12-01
    2008-10-01 Reaf[FIRM]ing the ideal: A focus group analysis of the Dove campaign for Real BeautyAdvertising and Society Review.  9. 2008-10-01
    2008-02-01 Stories of Bulimia: Describing Normal AbnormalityCommunication Currents.  3. 2008-02-01
    2008-01-01 Performing Unfeminine Femininity: A Performance Analysis of Bulimic Women's Personal NarrativesText and Performance Quarterly.  28:116-138. 2008-01-01


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    2018-01-01 Embodied Performance as Applied Research Art and Pedagogy.  London: Palgrave MacMillan. 2018-01-01


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    2012-10-01 Cultural Anxiety Surrounding a Plastic Prodigy: A Performance Analysis of Michael Jackson as an Embodiment of Post-Identity Politics.  Ashgate Publishing. 15. 2012-10-01
    2010-01-01 Peforming Unfeminine Femininity: Bulimic Women's Personal Narratives as Performance of Identity.  Routledge. 22. 2010-01-01
    2009-01-01 "Bodies as revised texts: A feminist rhetorical analysis of America's Next Top Model.  McFarland. 2009-01-01


    Research Overview

  • Personal Narrative as Performance of Identity Autoethnography Embodiment Disability Studies Gender Studies Performance of Memory
  • Teaching Overview

  • Performance Studies Storytelling Qualitative Methods Communication Theory
  • Full Name

  • Julie Ann Scott