The Laboratory of Narrative Research (LNR) is a teaching and research unit that is part of the School of English at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. It has been designed to bring together scholars and researchers from across the humanities, the social sciences and other scientific fields who have a special interest in the workings and the politics of narrative production.
Lab Director: Dr Effie Yiannopoulou
17 and 24 May 2021
What is a confession? How can narrative cross the (un)marked borderline between the personal and the communal? Can self-identity be performed in a prompted revelation?
10/4/2021 – 5/6/2021
The Center for Education and Lifelong Learning (AUTh) and the Laboratory of Narrative Research welcomes you to “Narrative Crossings in Education,” a 42-hour online LLL program.
Let us think of a story, an experience to share, a thought that we want to express, a combination of words and meanings…
Dr. Maria Ristani
This is an online seminar aiming to introduce students to the world of podcast making and podcast listening.
Narrative Crossings 2021
a series of workshops on narrative across borders of difference
The Multimodal Reading and Research Group at School of English, AUTh, is supervised and coordinated by Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou (Associate Professor). Members of the group are Researchers and PhD Candidates. The group meets once a month. The group objectives are: Research group
Virginia Dakari’s postdoctoral research seeks to determine the place cancer-related theatre and performing arts occupy in the Greek cultural landscape to this day by means of exploring the ways the (re)presentation of cancer experience affects audiences. The ultimate goal is
I feel grateful for having experienced something real instead of one more ordinary Monday evening. I feel complete having experienced joy, embarrassment, emotion in a collective haven. I feel lucky to have met beautiful people and worked with them. I feel!
It was an amazing experience and a lovely community to exchange ideas in. Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity. Looking forward to further seminars of the Laboratory.
I managed to “touch” and feel—at least for a while—the beauty of theater. An unprecedented experience for me!
A great experience that achieved balance between the theoretical part regarding the necessary information about podcast narratives and the actual experiencing of the medium. The input that was provided instigated fruitful dialogue and a very friendly and pleasant atmosphere. Definitely a thought-provoking and worthwhile seminar to introduce somebody to the world of podcast narratives. Thank you so much!!!
Tonight I, the most practical, organized and fixed-in-my-ways person that I know, have managed to escape my comfort zone. I’ve been offered the chance to attend to the needs of my body, not of my mind again. Thank you for this opportunity. You are both amazing, keep inspiring us. DO NOT HOLD BACK!