Welcome to the Wiki for the International Society for the Study of Narrative! If you would like to contribute to the site, please email email@example.com to request an account. If you are a member of the Society and would like to add your own scholarly biography, please do so on the Narrative Theorists and Scholars page.
We are building a glossary of definitions, examples, critical debates, and references for the critical terms and concepts in the field of narratology. To add or edit a term or concept, or or a full list of terms and concepts already on the site, please visit the Terms and Concepts page.
We've created this part of the wiki to highlight the work of scholars in the field of narrative, including yours. Please feel free to upload your own biographical information and personal scholarship. Included in the basic template are sections for a biography, scholarly contributions, and texts. To add or edit a scholarly biography, or or a full list of scholars with pages on the site, please visit the Narrative Scholars page.
The following (growing) list of narrative bibliographies includes everything from collections of works on a particular subject (e.g., digital narratives) to approaches to teaching narrative theory (e.g., introductory texts on narrative theory) to individual research topics on narrative, narratology, and narrative theory . To add or edit a bibliography, please visit the Narrative Bibliographies page.