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Nuevos estudios sobre narratologías emergentes

Emerging Vectors of Narratology

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A mediados de septiembre tendrá lugar en Praga el congreso bianual de la Red de Narratología Europa, (ENN, European Narratology Network). Parece que presentaremos allí este volumen colectivo sobre ´Vectores emergentes de la narratología´. Y qué es la narratología, me dirán quizá.

La narratología es en sentido amplio la teoría de la narración, el estudio de los relatos, narraciones, novelas, películas, historias, y experiencias en tanto en cuanto muestran estructuras narrativas. Las dimensiones de la narratividad se multiplican sorprendentemente conforme la disciplina se expande, y se observan nuevos fenómenos y estructuras narrativas dando forma a la realidad hipersemiotizada en la que vivimos los humanos. Parece que presentaremos en el congreso de la ENN, en Praga, este volumen colectivo que aparece en la imagen.

Allí tengo un capítulo sobre "The Story Behind Any Story: Evolution, Historicity, and Narrative Mapping", el tema del que hablé en mi conferencia de la ENN en París. Un tema de narratología evolucionista parecido al de la ponencia que presentaré allí, Deo volente, y que se titulará, o se titula ya, "Narrative, Contingency, Singularity."

Acabamos de reservar con la Dra. Penas el vuelo a Praga. Pensábamos ir rodando rodando en nuestra Zafira, pero el reciente viaje de 900 km. desde Galicia nos ha dejado pensando en otras cosas. Y a Praga son 2000 Km.

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Habrá que ir en avión, un artefacto que me desagrada utilizar. Pero quizá sea (ójala sea) mi último vuelo a un congreso, o a ninguna otra parte.

INDICE DE EMERGING VECTORS OF NARRATOLOGY

 

Hansen, Per Krogh, John Pier, Philippe Roussin and Wolf Schmid. Preface to Emerging Vectors of Narratology. Ed. Per Krogh Hansen et al. (Narratologia, 57). Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter, 2017. v-xi.
Shen, Dan "'Contextualized Poetics' and Contextualized Rhetoric: Conslidation or Subversion?" 3-24.
Nilssen, Jannike Hegdal. "Rethinking the Unreliable Narrator: Is the Demarcation Heterodiegetic / Homodiegetic Necessary?" 25-45.
Hansen, Per Krogh. "Autofiction and Authorial Unreliable Narration." 47-59.
Stromberg, David. (Jerusalem). "Beyond Unreliability: Resisting Naturalization of Normative Horizons." 61-76.
Timofeev, Valery. (Saint Petersburg). "Nabokov's 'Ultima Thule': An Exercise in Generative Narratology." 77-99.
Bekhta, Natalya. (Giessen). "Emerging Narrative Situations: A Definition of We-Narratives Proper." 101-26.
Berning, Nora. (Giessen). "Critical Ethical Narratology as an Emerging Vector of Narrative Theory and Autobiographical End-of-Life Stories." 127-52.
Kürschner, Manja. (Kiel). "The Fictionalization of History in Metahistoriographic Fiction after the Constructivist Challenge." 153-70.
Lahn, Silke (Hamburg) and Stephanie Neu (Mannheim). "Towards a Crossing of the Divide between Fiction and Non-Fiction in European Television Series and Movies: The Examples of the Italian Romanzo Criminale and the Danish Klovn." 171-92. (Series and movies).
Richardson, Brian. (College Park, Maryland). "Unnatural Narrative Theory: A Paradoxical Paradigm." 193-205.
Rossholm, Göran. (Stockholm). "Causal Expectation." 207-27.
Schmid, Wolf. (Hamburg). "Eventfulness and Repetitiveness: Two Aesthetics of Storytelling." 229-45.
Baroni, Raphaël. (Lausanne). "The Garden of Forking Paths: Virtualities and Challenges for Contemporary Narratology." 247-63.
Alber, Jan. (Aachen). "The Representation of Character Interiority in Film: Cinematic Versions of Psychonarratives, Free Indirect Discourse and Direct Thought." 265-83.
Pawlowska, Malgorzata. (Cracow). "Intermedial Transposition: From Verbal Story to Music. Narrative in Musical Works Based on Romeo and Juliet." 285-314.
Brütsch, Matthias. (Zürich). "How to Measure Narrativity? Notes on Some Problems with Comparing Degrees of Narrativity Across Different Media." 315-34.
Calame, Claude. (Paris). "From Structural Narratology to Enunciative Pragmatics: Greek Poetic Forms between Mythical Narrative and Ritual Act." 335-59.
Luo, Huaiyu. (Beijing). "Comparison of Chinese-Western Narrative Poetics: State of the Art." 361-79.
Roussin, Philippe. "What Is Your Narrative? Lessons from the Narrative Turn." 383-404.
Dawson, Paul. (Sydney). "How Many 'Turns' Does It Take to Change a Discipline? Narratology and the Interdisciplinary Rhetoric of the Narrative Turn." 405-33.
Caracciolo, Marco (Ghent), Cécile Guédon (Cambridge, MA), Karin Kukkonen (Oslo) and Sabine Müller (Berlin). "The Promise of an Embodied Narratology: Integrating Cognition, Representation and Interpretation." 435-59.
Walsh, Richard. (York). "Beyond Fictional Worlds: Narrative and Spatial Cognition." 461-78.
Schneider, Ralf. (Bielefeld). "Is there a Future for Neuro-Narratology? Thoughs on the Meeting of Cognitive Narratology and Neuroaesthetics." 479-96.
Wagner, Eva Sabine. (Osnabrück). "In Search of Coherence: Tacit Negotiations between the Paradigmatic and the Syntagmatic in Narratology and Narrativity." 497-531.
Pier, John. (Tours and Paris). "Complexity: A Paradigm for Narrative?" 433-65.
García Landa, José Angel. (Zaragoza). "The Story Behind Any Story: Evolution, Historicity and Narrative Mapping." 567-91.
Sommer, Roy. (Wuppertal). "The Future of Narratology's Past: A Contribution to Metanarratology." 593-608.
 

 

 

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