Wednesday Narrative Seminar Topics
Fall Narrative Luncheon Showcasing the book:
September 18: Introduction: Cognitive Narrative Studies: Themes and Variations, from Stories and Minds, edited by Bernaerts, Lars; De Geest, Dirk; Herman, Luc; Vervaeck, Bart
For the lecture, (visuals not too exciting; mostly auditory) see https://www.dropbox.com/s/8inedeoql5pd3n4/Wednesday%20Narrative%20Lunch%209-18-13%2012.08%20PM.mov . You'll need to download it to watch more than the first 15 minutes.
September 25: Open Discussion; no recording.
October 2: Narrative and the Law: Brooks: The Narrative of "Inevitable Discovery".
Click here to watch the first 15 minutes of today's discussion or to download the entire hour: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dmetq8vr044jqrn/Wednesday%20Narrative%20Lunch%2010-2-13%2012.25%20PM.mov
October 9:Example of Narrative Research: Men developing Emotional Intelligence through Meditation: Integrating Narrative, Cognitive, and Electroencephalographic (EEG) Evidence, by Tim Lomas, et al., from Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 24 June 2013.
Click here to watch the first 15 minutes or to download the entire hour: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p3xsz2a1p0lspw3/Wednesday%20Narrative%20Lunch%2010-9-13%2012.10%20PM.mov
October 16: Blind Reading: Toward an Enactivist Theory of the Reader’s Imagination by Marco Caracciolo
October 23: The Words and Worlds of Literary Narrative: The Trade-off between Verbal Presence and Direct Presence in the Activity of Reading by Anezka Kuzmicova
October 30: No meeting in honor of Halloween
November 6: Cycles of Narrative Necessity: Suspect Tellers and the Textuality of Fictional Minds by Maria Makela
November 13: No meeting
November 20: Other Stories, Other Minds: The Intercultural Potential of Cognitive Approaches to Narrative by Roy Sommer
November 27: No meeting for Thanksgiving
December 4: Plot, Morality, and Folk Psychology Research by Bart Keunen
December 11: Narrative and Mind: Directions for Inquiry by David Herman
December 18: Minding the Text: Memory for Literary Narrative by Marisa Bortolussi and Peter Dixon
January 8: Rhetorical Control of Readers’ Attention: Psychological and Stylistic Perspectives on Foreground and Background in Narrative by catherine emmott, anthony j. sanford, and marc alexander
January 15: Partial Cues and Narrative Understanding in Anna Karenina by Elaine Auyoung
Stories and Minds is available from the University of Nebraska or amazon.
Contact us if you have a topic you'd like to present (firstname.lastname@example.org).