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Welcome to the Centre for Narrative Research

Molly Andrews at 'Narrative and Social Change', BPS, December 2007

The Centre for Narrative Research (CNR) is the leading international centre for narrative work in the social sciences. CNR aims to generate and develop innovative narrative research of all kinds, and to bring narrative researchers from all over the world into productive dialogue.

CNR draws on narrative research from across the social sciences and beyond. It is founded in interdisciplinarity; it includes researchers from psychological, sociological, anthropological, cultural and media studies, humanities, arts and performance research traditions. The Centre supports research on spoken, written and visual narratives. It fosters collaborations between its members, associates and advisors, and provides a forum for researchers in applied and policy settings, as well as academics and graduate students.

The Centre is open to all kinds of narrative researchers, whatever their theoretical and methodological backgrounds. At the same time, CNR's work is distinguished, first, by its commitment to narrative complexity - to studying the contradictions, incoherences and omissions in narratives, as well as narrative sensemaking - and second, by its explorations of relationships between personal narratives and the social world.

Upcoming Events, Spring 2014

Centre for Narrative Research
School of Law and Social SciencesCNR inaugural
University of East London
Docklands Campus
4-6 University Way E16 2RD

Co-directors:

Prof. Molly Andrews
Email: m.andrews@uel.ac.uk

Prof. Corinne Squire
Email: c.squire@uel.ac.uk

Prof. Maria Tamboukou
Email: m.tamboukou@uel.ac.ukĀ 

Research Fellow:
Dr. Cigdem Esin, Email: c.esin@uel.ac.uk

Research Administrator:
Dr. Aura Lounasmaa, E-mail: A.lounasmaa@uel.ac.uk

Want to subscribe to the Centre for Narrative Research elist? Visit the Jiscmail webpage www.jiscmail.ac.uk, login or register, and subscribe to centrefornarrativeresearch@jiscmail.ac.uk, or  email a CNR codirector or research fellow (see addresses above)

Would you like to discuss narrative research online? Visit the Centre for Narrative Research blog (centrefornarrativeresearch)


 

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Chila Burman -the Artist in Residence Good Morning Hope - Obama Election StoriesCNR Tenth Anniversary EventsNarrative Innovations 2012Narrative Innovations Online

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CNR is a partner in the ESRC funded NCRM research methods node, 'Narratives of varied everyday lives and linked approaches (NOVELLA)based at the Institute of Education.'

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