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- Travelling Concepts: New Fictionality Studies. An Introduction (Monika Fludernik and Henrik Skov Nielsen)
- Invention and Fictionality (Frank Zipfel (Mainz))
- Contested Inventions: Fictionality and Ethics (Johannes Franzen (Bonn))
- The Frontiers between Fact and Fiction in the Light of Tridimensional Comparatism (Françoise Lavocat (Paris))
- Fictionality before Fictionality? Historicizing a Modern Concept (Eva von Contzen and Stefan Tilg (Freiburg))
- Inventing History: Fictionality in the Historical Novel in Britain and Denmark (Simona Zetterberg Gjerlevsen)
- Authors, Fictional Narrators, and Literary Appreciation (Tobias Klauk and Tilmann Köppe (Göttingen))
- Factuality and Fictionality in ʻFake Newsʼ (Henrik Skov Nielsen (Aarhus))
- Series index
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About the author
Monika Fludernik is Professor of English Literature at the University of Freiburg in Germany. She has worked in the areas of narratology, postcolonial literary theory, law and literature studies and the eighteenth century. Her two most recent publications are Metaphors of Confinement: The Prison in Fact, Fiction, and Fantasy and Narrative Factuality.
Henrik Skov Nielsen is a professor in narrative theory and fictionality studies at Aarhus University. His research has attempted to contribute to conversations on three areas of narrative theory: first person narration, unnatural narratology, and fictionality. He is one of the co-editors of Narratology and Ideology. He currently heads the Narrative Research Lab, Aarhus University, Denmark and Centre for Fictionality Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark.
About the book
Monika Fludernik / Henrik Skov Nielsen (eds.)
Travelling Concepts: New Fictionality Studies
The collection of essays in the book re-examines the much discussed fact-fiction distinction in light of the current burgeoning of research on fictionality. It provides a forum for ongoing work on fictionality from France, Germany, Denmark and Sweden and introduces this work to the Anglophone world. Although the focus of this collection is on fictionality studies, the foregrounded role of the factual and its decisive impact on the framing and constitution of the fictional are a recurring issue in the essays. In the current geo-political moment where the trust in truth, knowledge and science is under pressure, and where social media offer unlimited access to story-sharing, this book attempting to answer the question of fictionality is necessary.
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Table of Contents
Monika Fludernik and Henrik Skov Nielsen
Frank Zipfel (Mainz)
Johannes Franzen (Bonn)
Françoise Lavocat (Paris)
Eva von Contzen and Stefan Tilg (Freiburg)
Simona Zetterberg Gjerlevsen
Tobias Klauk and Tilmann Köppe (Göttingen)
Henrik Skov Nielsen (Aarhus)
Eva von Contzen, Englisches Seminar, University of Freiburg, Rempartstraße 15, 79085 Freiburg; Germany; email@example.com
Monika Fludernik, University of Freiburg, English Department, Rempartstrasse 15, D-79085 Freiburg, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org
Johannes Franzen. Graduiertenkolleg ‘Gegenwart/Literatur’, Genscherallee 3, 53113 Bonn., email@example.com
Simona Zetterberg Gjerlevsen, Aarhus University, Institut for Kommunikation og Kultur - Nordisk Sprog og Litteratur, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 2, building 1485, 424, 8000 Aarhus C, Danmark, firstname.lastname@example.org
Henrik Skov Nielsen, Aarhus University, Institut for Kommunikation og Kultur - Nordisk Sprog og Litteratur, Jens Chr. Skous Vej 2, building 1485, 318, 8000 Aarhus C, Danmark, email@example.com
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- 2020 (June)
- Reference Fictionality Invention Ethics Fact factuality Narratology Truth Narrative Studies Historischer Roman
- Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2020. 184 pp., 2 fig. b/w