WALSH, Richard

Présentation / Presentation

Richard Walsh is a Professor of English and Related Literature at the University of York, UK, and the Founding Director of York’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Narrative Studies. He is a past President of the International Society for the Study of Narrative, the author of Novel Arguments (Cambridge 1995) and The Rhetoric of Fictionality: Narrative Theory and the Idea of Fiction (2007), and co-editor of Narratology and Ideology (OSUP 2018), and Narrating Complexity (Springer 2018). His work ranges over literary and cultural topics in narrative theory, including reflexiveness and ideology in fiction; fictionality, both within and beyond fiction; narrative and its media; emergent and interactive narrative; the relation between narrative and selfhood; narrative creativity and cognition; and the limits of narrative representation.

À propos du hasard / About chance (publications)

  • Walsh R. The Narration of Scientific Facts. In Fludernik M, Ryan M-L, editors, The Handbook of Narrative Factuality. Berlin: de Gruyter. 2019
  • Walsh R. Narrative Theory for Complexity Scientists. In Walsh R, Stepney S, editors, Narrating Complexity. London: Springer. 2018. p. 11-25
  • Walsh R. Sense and Wonder: Complexity and the Limits of Narrative Understanding. In Walsh R, Stepney S, editors, Narrating Complexity. London: Springer. 2018. p. 49-60
  • Walsh R. Complexity, Scale, Story: Narrative Models in Will Self and Enid Blyton. Insights. 2017 Oct 20;10(6)
  • Walsh R. The Fictive Reflex: A Fresh Look at Reflexiveness and Narrative Representation. Neohelicon. 2016 Nov 19;43(2):379-389
  • Walsh R. Emergent Narrative in Interactive Media. Narrative. 2011 Jan;19(1):72-85