CFP: Workshop on narrative and hypertext 2015 (Cyprus; deadline: June 12)
Russian Formalism & Eastern and Central European Literary Theory: A Centenary View
An international conference at the University of Sheffield's Prokhorov Centre for the Study of Central and East European Intellectual and Cultural History (15-16 May, 2015)
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CfP Quo vadis Narratologia? - 6. Wuppertaler Graduiertenforum Narratologie (Deadline: 30.6.15)
CfP Quo vadis Narratologia? Perspektiven und Grenzen erzähltheoretischerRead more ...
CFP: ICIDS (International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling)
ICIDS 2015 (Read more ...
CFC: Intermedia Games - Games Inter Media (Deadline: 30.6.2015)
Call for contributions to a collection on videogames and intermediality that may be of interest to ENN members. Contact: Jeff Thos (Freie Universität Berlin) -Read more ...
|The Proceedings of the 7th Narrative Matters Conference : Narrative Knowing/Récit et Savoir are now available onlineRead more ...|
|"Narrative and the Novel/the Novel as Narrative", University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, May 16th, 2015Read more ...|
AARHUS SUMMER COURSE IN NARRATIVE STUDIES 2015: “Factual and Fictional Narration”
Registration is open for the Aarhus Summer Course in Narraive Studies, August 2015.
Paris Centre for Narrative Matters inaugural lecture
The Paris Centre for Narrative Matters is pleased to announce its inaugural lecture, held by Monika Fludernik on Friday 6 February 2015.Read more ...
Narrativités allemandes: culture(s) et mise en récit
Séminaire du Centre d’études et de recherches sur l’espace germanophone (CEREG) - ParisRead more ...
Welcome to the ENN
The 4th Conference of the ENN
April 16 to 18, 2015
Ghent University, Belgium
is now over. With 162 speakers, 28 doctoral course participants and a total number of 250 participants, ENN 4 was this year's biggest event in the field of narrative studies on European soil. The new ENN executive board wishes to thank John Pier (University of Tours and CRAL-CNRS, Paris) for his outstanding service to the network during the past 6 years.
The European Narratology Network (ENN) is an association of individual narratologists and narratological institutions. Our focus is predominantly, but not exclusively, 'European' in the sense of
- our object domain: narrative representation in literature, film, digital media, etc. across all European languages and cultures;
- our institutional affiliation: universities, research institutions and interest groups based in one of the European countries.
The constitution of ENN can be accessed by following this link.
Three newly elected members serve on the Steering Committee:
- Gunther Martens (Ghent University) Chair
- Ondrej Sladek (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague)
- Karin Kukkonen (University of Turku)
Decisions of general interest to the members of the ENN taken by the Steering Committee as well as announcements and other information concerning the life of the association will be posted on the ENN Website.