Harold Rosen Lecture 2014: Revisiting the power of narrative - Presentation
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In the context of UKLA’s 50th anniversary and in recognition of Harold Rosen’s rich contribution within the period, this memorial lecture will revisit the ‘irrepressible genre’ of narrative (Rosen, 1984), re-examining its potency as a fundamental mode of thought (Bruner, 1986) an organisational device that enables us to order experience, real and imagined and a space to play and co-create.

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The Harold Rosen Lectures are jointly promoted by UKLA, the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE), and the Digital Arts Research Education (DARE) research collaborative at the UCL Institute of Education.

Find out more about the Harold Rosen Lectures on the DARE website.