ZEF Lecture
16 May 2024, 18-20 h, (room tba) & via Zoom
Generative AI-Authored Immigration Narratives: Sentiment Analysis and Fictionality
Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Torsa Ghosal, California State University

6 June 2024, 9 h - 7 June, 20 h, Church at the university, Gaußstraße 4
Changement climatique – intelligence artificielle – sociétés en mouvement : Le hip-hop francophone et français comme indicateur et moteur de transformations
International hip-hop conference in Wuppertal, direction: Prof. Dr. Beatrice Schuchardt and Marie Cravageot

ZEF Lecture
13 June 2024, 18-20 h, Senatssaal (K.11.07) & via Zoom
Narrative des Anthropozän in Wissenschaft und Literatur
Guest lecture by Prof. Dr. Gabriele Dürbeck, University of Vechta

14 June 2024, 10-16 h, room K3 (K.12.18)
Narration/Transformation: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven

Narrative Research Group
20 June 2024, 18:15 h (via Zoom)
Die Rolle(n) des Paul Scheffer. Zur Analyse narrativer Selbstinszenierungsstrategien in journalistischen Texten
Guest lecture by Caroline Breitfelder (Hamburg)

CNR Lectures on Factual Narratives
26 June 2024, 18 h, CityKirche Elberfeld (Kirchplatz 2, 42103 Wuppertal)
Jan Philipp Reemtsma reads from his work
followed by a discussion

CNR Lectures on Factual Narratives
27 June 2024, 18 h, (room tba)
First lecture by Jan Philipp Reemtsma

CNR Lectures on Factual Narratives
4 June 2024, 18 h, (room tba)
Second lecture by Jan Philipp Reemtsma

Narrative Research Group
11 July 2024, 18:15 h (via Zoom)
Primo Levi, Embodiment and Ethical Imagination
Guest lecture by Marzia Beltrami (Mailand)

Rechtsbegründete Narrative
Guest lecture by Sina Ness (Heidelberg)

Narrative Research Group
18 July 2024, 18:15h (O.09.23)
On Precarious Texts
Julia Wewior (Wuppertal)

Every semester, the Centre for Narrative Research invites researchers on narrative to speak in Wuppertal as part of the ZEF Lectures.

The Narrative Research Group of the Center for Narrative Research (CNR) offers (post-) doctoral and master’s students the opportunity to exchange ideas, to present own approaches, views and projects on the topic of narrative, as well as to discuss their research in a small group. In addition to discussing the research projects of our members, we also set out to explore recent narratological publications as well as the history of narrative research. Our joint perusal of ‘classics’ of narrative research on the one hand and literary texts on the other integrates theory and practice in a reflective way.

The Narrative Research Group functions as a discussion forum for scholars working in the field of narrative theory at the University of Wuppertal. It also serves as a link between the Center for Graduate Studies (CGS), the Center for Narrative Research (CNR), and other affiliated institutions.

Our meetings take place on a regular basis during the lecture period by arrangement.

Scholars and Master’s students from the University of Wuppertal or other universities who are interested in our activities are cordially invited to become members of the working group.

Organization of the Narrative Research Group / Contact persons: Lea Espinoza Garrido, Dr. Carolin Gebauer, Julia Wewior.

E-Mail: narrative[at]uni-wuppertal.de

More Information:

The Center for Narrative Research initiates and organizes conferences and workshops on narratological topics.

An overview of the conferences and workshops organized by CNR in the past can be found in the event archive.

Please find our event archive here.

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