TWENTE | GRONINGEN WINTER SCHOOL ON NARRATIVE
23 NOVEMBER – 25 NOVEMBER 2021
The theme of this year’s winter school is digital narrative. Digital technologies provide an ever more important medium for storytelling. Hence, the effects this has on the nature and quality of stories are increasingly studied. Digital technologies, like natural language processing, are also becoming more important in the analysis of stories. This interdisciplinary winter school with researchers from the humanities, behavioral, and social sciences not only takes stock, but also provides hands-on experiences in narrative analysis. Participants have to prepare themselves by studying reader texts, watching microlectures, and doing homework assignments.
The winter school is meant for PhD students, postdoc and experienced researchers who want to improve their competences in doing and understanding narrative research.
At the end of the winter school, the participant is able to
· Critically reflect on different approaches in digital narrative research;
· Critically reflect on the influence of digitalization on storytelling;
· Apply story line analysis to own data.
For more information and registration see: https://www.utwente.nl/en/bms/winterschool/