The Centre for Narrative Research (CNR)

Publications

The Centre for Narrative Research (CNR) is the leading international centre for narrative work in the social sciences. CNR aims to generate and develop innovative narrative research of all kinds, and to bring narrative researchers from all over the world into productive dialogue.

CNR draws on narrative research from across the social sciences and beyond. It is founded in interdisciplinarity; it includes researchers from psychological, sociological, anthropological, cultural and media studies, humanities, arts and performance research traditions. The Centre supports research on spoken, written and visual narratives. It fosters collaborations between its members, associates and advisors, and provides a forum for researchers in applied and policy settings, as well as academics and graduate students.

Further details:  www.uel.ac.uk/schools/social-sciences/our-research-and-engagement/research/centre-for-narrative-research

Our Team

Professor Molly Andrews
CNR Co-Director

Dr. Cigdem Esin
CNR Co-Director

Professor Corinne Squire
CNR-Co Director