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International symposium on narrative research

Contributions range from theoretical and methodological reflections on the current status and future challenges in narrative and storytelling research, to descriptions of (ongoing) literary and empirical work. There are four sessions in which speakers give voice to different perspectives in the field. Participants of the symposium are cordially invited to join discussions with the speakers about the following themes:


• narrative movements
• changing details and patterns
• storying health
• difference in narrative

Programme & presentations

9.00-9.30 Registration, coffee & tea

9.30-9.45 Welcome & introduction Gerty Lensvelt-Mulders

9.45-11.15 Narrative movements Chair: Anneke Sools 

MS PowerPoint-bestandThe Travelling Concept of Narrative Matti Hyvärinen 

MS PowerPoint-bestandThe function of narrative: Toward a narrative psychology of meaning, Brian Schiff


11.15-11.30 Break


11.30-13.00 Storying and visualising health & resilience
Chair: Annemiek Richters 

MS PowerPoint-bestandResilience and Narrative: A Narrative Analysis of Natascha Kampusch’s Survival, Joachim Duyndam 

PDF-bestandLife stories and mental health, Gerben Westerhof 

MS PowerPoint-bestandLandscapes of memories: Reading narrated and visualised representations of a Darfuri woman against the grain, Karin Willemse


13.00-14.00 Lunch


14.00-15.30 Changing details and patterns Chair: Carmen Schuhmann 

To see a world in a grain of sand: The significance of detail in narrative research Anneke Sools 

MS PowerPoint-bestandLiving storying as instrument for change? Alexander Maas 

Going Narrative – but where will it take us? Floor Basten


15.30-16.00 Break


16.00-17.30 The differential work of narrative Chair: Gerty Lensvelt 

 

MS PowerPoint-bestandStudying selfhood as a rhizomatic story Gerrit Loots 

 

MS PowerPoint-bestand

Narrative and the gift of the future Corinne Squire


17.30-18.30 Drinks



Contactpersoon Anneke Sools
Locatie Universiteit voor Humanistiek
Website http://www.uvh.nl
Datum 31-3-2011
Openingstijden 09.00-17.30 uur
Toegankelijkheid mensen met een beperking Ja