• Movable Directors Win Distinguished Artists and Scholars Team Award

    25 March 2020

    Hilton Córdoba, Kristen Lillvis, and Stefan Schöberlein were recognized as winners of the 2020 Marshall University Distinguished Artists and Scholars (MU-DASA) Team Award for their work on Movable: Narratives of Recovery and Place. The MU-DASA award recognizes distinction in the fields of artistic and scholarly activity on the part of Marshall University faculty. While the award marks artistic and scholarly achievement, it also focuses on community outreach: winners must demonstrate the sharing of artistic and scholarly activity with an audience beyond that of academic peers.

    Read more
  • Movable at CTDH 2020

    1 March 2020

    On Saturday, Feb. 29, one of the co-editors of Movable, Stefan Schöberlein, attended the inaugural Connecticut Digital Humanities Conference at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, as part of an academic panel titled “Applied Digital Humanities: DH, Outreach, and Data Advocacy.”

    Read more
  • Harmony House Creative Expression Workshop

    23 February 2020

    Movable representatives led a creative expression workshop at Harmony House, the Cabell-Huntington Coalition for the Homeless, on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020. As part of the weekly Chat and Create session, participants wrote narratives or composed collages on the topic of recovery.

    Read more
  • Recovery Is Spoken Here Ally Training

    9 February 2020

    On Saturday, Feb. 8, Movable editors and interns participated in Marshall University's "Recovery Is Spoken Here: Recovery Ally Training," led by Jamie Menshouse, Collegiate Peer Recovery Specialist from Prestera Center for Mental Health and the Marshall University Collegiate Recovery Community.

    Read more
  • Movable and Stigma Free WV

    6 February 2020

    Stigma Free WV (, along with Help & Hope WV (, have linked to Movable from their site, giving visitors a chance to interact with more stories of recovery from West Virginia and beyond. 

    Read more