CfP Quo vadis Narratologia? - 6. Wuppertaler Graduiertenforum Narratologie (Deadline: 30.6.15)

CfP Quo vadis Narratologia? Perspektiven und Grenzen erzähltheoretischer Ansätze.

6. Wuppertaler Graduiertenforum Narratologie

Interdisziplinäre Graduiertentagung am Zentrum für Erzählforschung (ZEF) und Zentrum für Graduiertenstudien (ZGS) der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal

Datum: 25./26. September 2015

Deadline: 30. Juni 2015

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)

CONFERENCE AIMS

CFP: ICIDS (International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling)

ICIDS 2015 (Nov. 30 – Dec. 4, 2015)

Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark First Call for Papers. Deadline: June 19th, 2015

Full version at http://icids2015.aau.dk/calls/
https://www.facebook.com/ICIDS

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) - http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/thoss/home=20

"Speech melody: Cross-disciplinary practices in teaching languages, text interpretation and music"

Balashov, Russia, March 3 and 4, 2015

A History of Distributed Cognition, University of Edinburgh

The research project, A History of Distributed Cognition (HDC), a  Funded Research Project under the auspices of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC),  explores the expression and suppression of notions of distributed cognition between classical antiquity and the early twentieth century. Distributed Cognition is the most comprehensive term for the wide range of recent approaches that reveal that cognition is not merely brain-bound, but involves the body and world.

Center for Narrative Research (CNR) / Zentrum für Erzählforschung (ZEF) (University of Wuppertal)

Since its inaugural symposium on “Narratology in the Age of Cross-Disciplinary Narrative Research” in 2007, which led to an eponymous publication edited by Sandra Heinen and Roy Sommer in the De Gruyter Narratologia series, the CNR / ZEF has become a flagship institution in European narrative studies. It has specifically fostered cross-disciplinary approaches to the study of narrative.

Interdisciplinary Centre for Narratology (ICN), University of Hamburg

Since its founding in 2004, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Narratology (ICN) in Hamburg has been working on the development of interdisciplinary narratological concepts in a collaborative, international way. As some of the readers of this Newsletter may know, the ICN has its roots in the former FGN (“Forschergruppe Narratologie” – research group in narratology). The new ICN executive committee, since December 2014, includes Prof. Jan Christoph Meister of the German Literature Department, Prof. Markus Kuhn of the Department of Media Studies and Prof.

Issue XII, 2015

Download : ENN Newsletter XII, 2015

Index

O: Editorial                                                    

I: Fourth International ENN Conference    (Ghent University)           
                 
II: Conference Report                           
      Speech melody: Cross-disciplinary practices in teaching languages, text interpretation and music
      Saratov State University – Balashov, Russia – March 3 and 4, 2015   

The Proceedings of the 7th Narrative Matters Conference : Narrative Knowing/Récit et Savoir are now available online

The Proceedings of the 7th Narrative Matters Conference: Narrative Knowing/Récit et Savoir are now available:
– in English at https://hal-univ-diderot.archives-ouvertes.fr/NARRATIVE_MATTERS/?lang=en
– in French at https://hal-univ-diderot.archives-ouvertes.fr/NARRATIVE_MATTERS
 

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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.