TO THINK IS TO EXPERIMENT Postgraduate Research Day,
University of East London, University Square Stratford, 20th April 2016

The Centre for Narrative Research (CNR) organises the annual Research Day for postgraduate researchers on 20th April 2016, at the University of East London, Stratford Campus.

This year, we invite papers focusing on doing narrative analysis, discussing and reflecting on analysing narratives. Narrative analysis refers to both broader epistemological approaches to analysing narratives and specific narrative models and forms of analysis. We are specifically interested in papers discussing reflective/reflexive narrative analytical practices. Papers may focus on philosophical, methodological or ethical challenges that researchers tackle at any stage of the analytical process.

This is a call for papers for all postgraduate researchers. Participants can contribute with a short paper (15-20 minute long) or a poster.
Please send an abstract (150-200 words) to Cigdem Esin,
by 11th March, 2016. Applicants will hear back from us by 14th March, 2016

We look forward to meeting participants from various institutions and organisations for a friendly and fruitful day of presentations and discussions, as we did over the past years. To ‘Think is to Experiment’ has been a narrative space for postgraduate researchers from various disciplines for fifteen years. The event has been home to stimulating presentations and intense conversations on the multiplicities in narrative-based research, approaches and experiences. The programme and abstracts from previous years can be viewed on this link

Please note that this is a free event but places are limited.
All best wishes,
CNR team

Centre for Narrative Research


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