See the following announcement from Jim Phelan about the 2015 PNSI:
Angus Fletcher and I will direct the 2015 Project Narrative Summer Institute at Ohio State from June 8-19. This year’s theme is “Foundations and Innovations in Narrative Theory.” Here’s our description:
PNSI “Foundations and Innovations” may conjure up the terminology of “classical” and ‘”postclassical” narratology, but at PNSI 2015 we have something bigger and more dynamic in mind. Rather than orienting the field around distinct periods, we’ll explore it by setting up feedback loops among strong theories, primary narratives in different media, and their implicit challenges to interpretation. We’ll range from from Aristotle’s Poetics to Pixar’s screenwriting philosophy, from Chicago School readings of Macbeth to cognitive analyses of comics, from Genette-inspired readings of Persuasion to feminist approaches to Nike ads, and we’ll save time for participants to workshop their own innovative–and newly foundational–projects.
More details, including info about cost and application procedures, can be found at https://projectnarrative.osu.edu/programs/summer-institute We should have the tentative reading list up on the site sometime next week.
If you have any questions, please feel free to write to me and/or Angus <email@example.com>
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