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Contributors

Contributors Elizabeth Evans is assistant professor in fi lm and television studies at the University of Nottingham. Her research interests include fi lm and television au- diences, the relationship between technology and the experience of narrative, and the development of cross- platform narrative forms. She is the author of Trans- media Television: Audiences, New Media and Daily Life (2011) and has published articles in numerous edited collections and journals, including Media, Culture and Society, and the International Journal of Communica- tion Studies. Rüdiger Heinze is professor for American st udies at the English Seminar of the tu Braunschweig, Germany. He is the author of Ethics of Literary Forms in Contem- porary American Literature (2005) and of a forthcoming monograph about children of immigrants in the United States, as well as the coeditor of a number of collec- tions, among them Unnatural Narratives— Unnatural Narratology (2011, with Jan Alber) and Remakes and Remaking (2015, with Lucia Krämer). He has published articles in various journals, among them Narrative, Eu- ropean Journal of American Studies, and Journal of Post- colonial Writing, as well as in many edited collections. His current research interests are in post- apocalyptic literature, multilin- gual US- American literature, and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png StoryWorlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies University of Nebraska Press

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Publisher
University of Nebraska Press
ISSN
2156-7204

Abstract

Elizabeth Evans is assistant professor in fi lm and television studies at the University of Nottingham. Her research interests include fi lm and television au- diences, the relationship between technology and the experience of narrative, and the development of cross- platform narrative forms. She is the author of Trans- media Television: Audiences, New Media and Daily Life (2011) and has published articles in numerous edited collections and journals, including Media, Culture and Society, and the International Journal of Communica- tion Studies. Rüdiger Heinze is professor for American st udies at the English Seminar of the tu Braunschweig, Germany. He is the author of Ethics of Literary Forms in Contem- porary American Literature (2005) and of a forthcoming monograph about children of immigrants in the United States, as well as the coeditor of a number of collec- tions, among them Unnatural Narratives— Unnatural Narratology (2011, with Jan Alber) and Remakes and Remaking (2015, with Lucia Krämer). He has published articles in various journals, among them Narrative, Eu- ropean Journal of American Studies, and Journal of Post- colonial Writing, as well as in many edited collections. His current research interests are in post- apocalyptic literature, multilin- gual US- American literature, and

Journal

StoryWorlds: A Journal of Narrative StudiesUniversity of Nebraska Press

Published: Nov 25, 2015

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