ENN Conferences: Proceedings

1st ENN Conference Hamburg 2009

The proceedings of the opening conference of the ENN (2009) are available online: http://cf.hum.uva.nl/narratology/index.html 

2nd ENN Conference Kolding 2011
The proceedings from the 2nd ENN Conference will be published through three different channels. An edited and peer reviewed selection of revised articles with a focus on unnatural narratology and/or transmedial narrative is to appear as a volume in the Narratologia series published by de Gruyter. The volume is edited by Jan Alber (Freiburg) and Per Krogh Hansen (Kolding).
Another edited selection will appear in the Amsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology (ACJN), which also published the proceedings from the 1st ENN conference.
Finally, for those presentations we were unable to include in the two publications mentioned above (either because of our space limitations or because the authors have other plans for their work), a third possibility for publishing was offered, an unedited collection of papers and presentations. It can be found here.

 3rd ENN Conference Paris 2013
Three publications are scheduled to appear with articles based on the 3rd ENN Conference:
1)    Emerging Vectors of Narratology, edited by John Pier and Philippe Roussin
Narratologia series, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter
2)    Paradigms of Narratology, edited by Per Krogh Hansen and Wolf Schmid
Narratologia series, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter
3)    A special issue of the Amsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology (AJCN), edited by John Pier
Three of the participants in the Conference have chosen to publish their papers online – either adapted versions of their lecture or more fully developed articles. These papers are published as they were submitted and have not been edited or otherwise formalized. It can be found here

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.