Cultural Narratives and Storyworlds Five years ago, Storyworlds was created, under the leadership of David Herman, as a journal dedicated to showcasing the diversity of disciplinary approaches to narrative, and its multifaceted aspects as an object of study and field of inquiry. Publishing cutting-edge research from fields as diverse as literary studies, sociolinguistics, philosophy, rhetoric and communication, psychology, media studies, and cognitive studies, the journal has established its national and international reputation that will, we hope, continue in the coming years. Despite the change in editorship, both the intellectual profile and the mission of the journal remain the same: committed to interdisciplinary research on a variety of narratives across media. There are several other distinguished narrative studies and narrative theory journals, and Storyworlds seeks to add to the conversation by focusing on scholarship that extends our understanding of narrative as a discursive form, cognitive function, and cultural-social-political practice. The journal will further strengthen especially its coverage of narrative and politics, narrative and the law, digital narratives, narrative and cognition, narrative and historiography, and narrative and organizational management. At the same time, Storyworlds will remain open to other foci as well and will strive to foster the methodological rigor
StoryWorlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies – University of Nebraska Press
Published: Apr 25, 2014
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