Narratology in the Central European Context: Theory and History
Among other comparisons and analyses, a series of panels named “Narratology in the Central European Context: Theory and History” will be organized as a part of the 5th International Conference of the European Narratology Network.
The panels will consist of contributions focused on the Central European narratological conceptions coming from particular national/local theoretical traditions as well as their future perspectives and potential. This series of panels offers an ideal opportunity to present the researchers from Europe and other regions with the Central European cultural and scientific heritage.
The development of narratology in Central Europe is characterised by diversity as well as by certain common features. “Narratology in the Central European Context: Theory and History” offers a highly important comparative research platform. The main objectives of the series of panels is to map the development of narratology in the Central European area of the 20th and 21st centuries, analyse and describe their similarities and contrasts, to strengthen the scholarly network in this field in the V4 region and launch further cooperation as well as promote the common Central European cultural and scientific heritage on the international forum.
See the call for papers
for a more detailed overview.
For participation in the series of panels “Narratology in the Central European Context: Theory and History” please follow the general 5th International Conference of the European Narratology Network CFP instructions
Institute of Czech Literature of the CAS, v. v. i.
Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Centre for Humanities
Faculty of Polish Philology, University of Warsaw