Brian Richardson Delivers Talks in Chicago and Germany, Among Other News

June 9, 2015

Brian Richardson delivered a talk on “Unnatural Narrative: Theory and Ideology” at the International Narrative Conference in Chicago in March. In May, he gave an invited lecture at the University of Braunschweig on “The Use and Abuse of Reading in Twentieth century Fiction.” In June, he spoke on “Dubious Readings and Dangerous Allusions in the Fiction of Mansfield and Woolf’s ‘The Fisherman and His Wife.’” His article, “Social Minds, Natural and Unnatural: ‘We’ and ‘They’ Narratives in Fiction and Nonfiction,” appears in the current issue of Narrative (23.2). His review of Brian Artese’s Testimony on Trial: Conrad, James, and the Contest for Modernism appears in the current issue of Conradiana and an expanded version of his talk, “Fictional Minds: Natural and Unnatural,” appears on the Narrative Matters 2014 Conference Proceedings website, Récit et Savoir.

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