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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.

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10 November 2010, Marx Memorial Library

Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards: Commemorating Ten Years of CNR.
Key Challenges Confronting Narrative Research in the Next Decade.

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Looking Backwards, Looking Forwards - programme.

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).

CNR at MML: Afternoon discussion and final commentary (Mike Rustin).

17 November 2010, UEL Docklands Campus

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In the Fold: Women Artists' Narratives and Paintings.

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Maria Tamboukou discusses her three latest monographs
Discussant: Linda Sandino,University of Arts London

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23 March 2011, UeL Docklands Campus
Ken Plummer, University of Essex

Symbolic Interactionism, Narrative and Sick Body: Personal Reflections.

18 May 2011, UEL Docklands Campus
To think is to experiment
Celebrating a Decade of CNR Doctoral Research

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Presentations

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'