4th ENN Conference Ghent 2015

The 4th Conference of the ENN
April 16 to 18, 2015
Ghent University, Belgium
http://www.enn4.ugent.be

Pictures taken at the conference

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The 4th ENN Conference took place from Thursday the 16th to Saturday the 18th April of 2015 at Ghent University, Belgium. It was preceded by a two-day pre-conference doctoral seminar from Tuesday the 14th  to Wednesday the 15th of April.

“Modelling Narrative across Borders”

Narratologists are increasingly faced with the situation that the concept of narrative varies widely across borders. This is a happy circumstance for the relevance and vitality of narratological concepts. At the same time, however, this situation means that any easy “lateral compatibility” of concepts such as “narrator,” “(un)reliability,” “focalization,” etc. across different media such as the printed book, film or the digital media, among others, can no longer be taken for granted. Carrying on with the debates that got underway at the 2013 Paris conference, Ghent 2015 will address these issues by exploring conceptual models and inputs from various disciplines and methodologies such as rhetoric and stylistics, but also more recent developments including the cognitive sciences, media studies, the digital humanities and many
more. In doing so, the ENN aims to act as an on-going forum for discussing narrative theory across borders – conceptual, disciplinary, national, cultural, historical.

Further information regarding the 5th ENN Conference in Prague and a call for papers will be sent out to ENN members soon.

About us

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.

Contact us

ENN 4 Office at Ghent University


Steering committee