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What happens when a text encourages certain reader's expectations – and then challenges these later on? In the final episode of this season of the LCE Podcast, Karin Kukkonen, Professor in Comparative literature and convener of LCE, presents her research on Probability Designs.
Does fiction hold the power to change the life of its reader? In this episode, Affiliated Researcher at LCE and Postdoctoral Researcher at Huyghens-ING/KNAW, Olivia Fialho, presents her research on transformative reading.
Do we read the same text differently if we take it to be fiction, autobiography, or something in between? In this episode of the LCE Podcast, Post Doctoral Research Fellow at UiO, Alexandra Effe, presents her research on autofiction from a cognitive perspective.
How do material properties of texts influence our experience as readers? In this episode of the LCE Podcast, Natalia Igl, Associate Researcher at LCE, shares her research on multimodality.
The latest LCE Newsletter was sent to our subscribers on 16 June. Here, you can access it online and subscribe to receive our forthcoming newsletters.
When heroines write poetry in dangerous situations, are they just caught up in feelings or do they claim agency? In this episode, Yasemin Hacıoğlu, Senior Lecturer at NTNU, shares her research on Gothic heroines' poetry with the LCE podcast.
The LCE Reading Group discusses Víctor Bermúdez' research project, "Felt Anticipation. Rhythm, Expectation, and Abstraction in Poetic Spoken Atmospheres"