Nettsider med emneord «Cognitive Narratology»
Vera Tobin, Associate Professor of Cognitive Science, sheds light on the cognitive structure of surprise and how readers deal with narratives that take an unexpected turn.
In what ways does literature make use of materiality and mediality to sometimes radically engage readers? And what role does the socio-cognitive phenomenon of joint attention play at this?
Natalia Igl draws on cognitive narratology, research in multimodality as well as empirical findings and investigates how contemporary German and English novels use multimodality to radically involve its readers in the narrative meaning making.
Prepare to get involved: How do contemporary English and German-language novels play on the visuality and materiality of text to engage the reader?