Interdisciplinary cooperation to advance narrative studies
To create scientific impact, we work closely together with colleagues from different disciplinary backgrounds, like philosophy, literary studies, arts, sociology, communication science, nursing, medical science, and computer science. We believe that interdisciplinary research is necessary to address the complex contextual and multilayered character of storytelling.
To advance interdisciplinary work, we participate in several network activities. Our PhD students work in interdisciplinary teams to become the interdisciplinary researchers of the future. We publish in good and appropriate journals, books, and conference proceedings to reach out to different scientific audiences with different publication cultures.
- Groningen-Twente Winter School on Narrative
- Narrative Matters Conference
- International Centre for Life Story Innovation and Practice
- LinkedIn group of the Dutch Network for Narrative Research
- Navigating stories in times of transition: The COVID-19 pandemic as use case
- This is who I could be: Storyworld possible selves and fictionality
- How future perspectives evolve during the COVID-19 crisis: A longitudinal study
- Advancing technology for multimodal analysis of emotion expression in everyday life
- Developing a professional identity through autobiographical reflection with the use of persuasive technology
- Online Life Story Books