Birtalan , Ágnes
( 2012 a): Religion and Mongol Identity in the Mid-19th Century Urga. On the Basis of a Mongolian Monk’s Oral Narratives Recorded by Gábor Bálint of Szentkatolna in 1873 . Quaestiones Mongolorum Disputatae (Tokyo) 8 , pp
The “Narrative about the Zographian Martyrs” («Разказ за зографските мъченици») is a monument of Old Bulgarian literature dating from the late 13th c. The paper examines the historical circumstances underlying the work, the literary characteristics of the “Narrative”, and its impact on later orthodox antiunionist literature.
This paper seeks to reconstruct some of the characteristics of Hipponax as storyteller, drawing on the insights of narrative theory. It pays particular attention to the implied audience(s) of the poems, to the characterization of the narrator and the relation of narrator to author, to narrative time and to the role of repetition.
There exist countless studies to prove how media narratives shape political discourses by implementing frameworks that consumers can adopt and institutions can embrace through policy ( Brown, 2013 ; Glasser
érzelmek modellje magyar történelmi regényekben, Pszichológia (kézirat elfogadva)
Gergen, K. J., Gergen, M. M. (1988) Narrative and the self as relationship. In Berkowitz, L. (ed.) Advances in experimental social psychology
This article is a comparative examination of processes through which collective memory is shaped. Taking as its focus the collective memory surrounding specific sites of remembrance, that of a massacre that took place in 1940 in the Transylvanian village of Treznea and that of the early period of communist takeover in the same village, it offers a discussion of the comparative value of contrasting narratives of the past and suggests insights into the processes through which these narratives take shape separately. It also examines these narratives across generations, situating them not as part of the past but as part of an ongoing dialogue of identity and, in some instance, conflict.