ENN 6 postponed - CFP deadline extended

Due to the ongoing outbreak of the Covid-19 crisis, the ENN6 Conference 

‘Gaslight’ Narratives in Virtual Landscapes: Narratological Implications of Technologically Mediated and Immersive Media 

is postponed until the spring of 2021. We will inform you about the exact date of the conference as soon as possible.

The deadline for abstracts has been extended: September 30rd, 2020.  

Neohelicon Call for Papers

Call for papers of a special issue on epidemics. 

Abstract submisssion deadline May 1, 2020.

Call for Papers: Journal of Narrative and Language Studies March Issue

We appreciate each author and researcher’s contribution to the Journal of Narrative and Language Studies; and would like to grant the erudite work of our devoted reviewers, whose commitments, we believe, have promoted the standards in the selection of the excellent work. Please let us remind that manuscript submission is still open for the next issue; NALANS Volume 8 Number 14, March 2020. http://www.nalans.com/index.php/nalans/i


The latest issue of Journal of Narrative and Language Studies has been published at http://www.nalans.com/index.php/nalans/issue/view/13

CFP: 6th European Narratology Network International Conference

European Narratology Network International Conference

September 15-16, 2020 Riga

The 6th International Conference of the European Narratology Network, will take place in Riga (Latvia) on September 15-16, 2020

at the RISEBA University of Business, Arts and Technology in Riga.

Convenor of the conference: Assist. Prof. Aigars Ceplītis, M.F.A

Preconference Doctoral Seminar, September 14, 2020

Keynote speaker: TBA

Call for papers

Narratological Readings

Narratological Readings

December 12-13, 2019

St Petersburg State University

Faculty of Arts

Founding conference of the International Society for Fiction and Fictionality Studies (ISFFS) - 28-30 November 2019

Call for papers : The anomaly in question(s), TRANS- the journal of general and comparative literature

When Gregor Samsa and his relatives realize that the protagonist of The Metamorphosis has become a cockroach, their world is shaken not because he is no longer a man, but rather because he cannot go to work anymore. Therefore, Gregor’s metamorphosis is only relevant for fiction from the moment new ways of perceiving things irrupt and highlight the shackles of a society imprisoned in its material concerns.

Séminaire CRAL (CNRS/EHESS) Recherches contemporaines en narratologie: "Récits à l'épreuve du hasard"

Rencontre G. Prince - Guide du roman de langue française (1951-2000)


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ENN is the European Narratology Network, an association of individual narratologists and narratological institutions. ENN aims to foster the study of narrative representation in literature, film, digital media, etc. across all European languages and cultures.