Commemorating 10 years of CNR
The Centre for Narrative Research celebrates its tenth anniversary. To commemorate this, we organised a series of events in Autumn 2010 and Spring 2011, to bring together narrative researchers from the UK and beyond to discuss the next decade of narrative research.
10 November 2010, Marx Memorial Library
Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards: Commemorating Ten Years of CNR.
Key Challenges Confronting Narrative Research in the Next Decade.
CNR at MML: Introductory comments (Molly Andrews, Corinne Squire, Maria Tamboukou, Cigdem Esin) - Morning presenters (Jens Brockmeier, Michael Erben, Mark Freeman, Margareta Hyden, Margaretta Jolly, Olivia Sagan) and discussants ( Alex Georgakopoulou, Matti Hyvarinen).
17 November 2010, UEL Docklands Campus
In the Fold: Women Artists' Narratives and Paintings.
Maria Tamboukou discusses her three latest monographs
Discussant: Linda Sandino,University of Arts London
23 March 2011, UeL Docklands Campus
Ken Plummer, University of Essex
18 May 2011, UEL Docklands Campus
To think is to experiment
Celebrating a Decade of CNR Doctoral Research
Cigdem Esin - Negotiating Sexual Modesty
Mastoureh Fathi - Translation Dilemmas
Solveigh Goett - Mirabilia Domestica
Gudrun Loehrer - Sex Sells? Polytheist Eroticism on Early 19th-Century American Paper Money
Linda Sandino - 'Both Sides of the Story'