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1 Narrative Matters: Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir 23 to 27 June University Paris Diderot, France

2 Table of Contents Program Overview page 2 Biographies Organizers. page 3 Plenaries Speakers.. page 4 Workshop Leaders.. page 7 Schedule of Workshops Monday 23th June page 12 Schedule of Plenaries Session... page 13 Schedule of Papers and Panels Tuesday 24 th June... page 14 Wednesday 25 th June... page 45 Thursday 26 th June.. page 99 Friday 27 th June... page 154 Index. page P a g e

3 OVERVIEW Narrative Matters : Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir Paris, France Program Overview Monday 23 June Tuesday 24 June Wednesday 25 June Thursday 26 June Friday 27 June Université Paris Diderot 5 rue Thomas Mann, Université Paris Diderot 5 rue Thomas Mann, Université Paris Diderot 5 rue Thomas Mann, Université Paris Diderot 5 rue Thomas Mann, Université Paris Diderot 5 rue Thomas Mann, :00 09:15 Registration (for workshops only) 09:30 Registration 09:30 09:30 09:45 10:00 with Welcome Coffee 10:15 Parallel Sessions #3 Parallel Sessions #7 10:00 - Coffee Break 10:30 10:30 10:30 10:45 Workshops 11:00 Coffee Break Coffee Break 11:15 Parallel Sessions #1 11:15 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:00 Paralell Sessions #4 Paralell Sessions #8 12:15 12:30 12:30 12:45 Lunch on your own 12:45 12:45 1:00 Lunch on your own 1:15 Lunch on your own 1:30 1:30 Lunch on your own Lunch on your own 1:45 2:00 2:00 3:00 2:15 Paralell Sessions #2 2:15 2:15 2:30 2:45 Paralell Sessions #5 Paralell Sessions #9 3:15 3:15 Workshops Coffee Break 3:30 3:45 Plenary Session #1 Coffee Break Coffee Break 3:45 4:00 Jacques Bouveresse 4:00 4:00 Plenary Session #4 4:15 Philippe Carrard 4:30 Coffee Break 4:45 Paralell Sessions #6 Paralell Sessions #10 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:00 6:15 6:15 Visit Musée d'orsay 6:30 6:45 Welcome Cocktail 7:30 7:00 Hall A - Grands Moulins Gala Dinner Musée d'orsay 7:15 (end at 7:30 pm) (end at 11:30 pm) 7:30 Plenary Session #2 Donald Polkinghorne Parallel Sessions #11 Plenary Session #3 Molly Andrews Closing panel & Remarks 6th and 7th Floor - UFR LAC, Grands Moulins Ground Floor - Amphitheater 1A, Grands Moulins 2 P a g e

4 BIOGRAPHIES Narrative Matters : Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir Paris, France Biographies: Organizers SYLVIE PATRON Lecturer & Research Supervisor Co-chair Narrative Matters 2014 University Paris Diderot Paris, France Sylvie Patron is a lecturer and research supervisor (maître de conférences habilitée à diriger des recherches) in French language and literature at the University of Paris Diderot. A specialist in the history and epistemology of literary theory, she has published Le Narrateur: Introduction à la théorie narrative (Paris: Armand Colin, 2009) and a collective volume titled Théorie, analyse, interprétation des récits/theory, analysis, interpretation of narratives (Berne: Peter Lang, 2011). She is the author of numerous articles, published in both French and English, on the narrator and other problems in narrative theory. She has also translated several articles on linguistics and narrative theory into French and edited S.-Y. Kuroda, Pour une théorie poétique de la narration, six essays translated by Cassian Braconnier, Tiên Fauconnier and herself (Armand Colin, 2012). An English version will be published in June 2014 (Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter). Sylvie Patron has co-organized with Brian Schiff the international conference Narrative Matters 2012: Life and Narrative and is the main organizer of Narrative Matters BRIAN SCHIFF Associate Professor of Psychology Co-chair Narrative Matters 2014 The American University of Paris Paris, France Brian Schiff is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at the American University of Paris. Brian was the lead organizer of Narrative Matters 2012: Life and Narrative. He has published numerous articles on life stories and on the theory of narrative psychology. He is preparing the manuscript A New Narrative for Psychology (under contract with Oxford University Press). He is also special editor of Re-reading Personal Narrative and Life Course (forthcoming) from New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development and co-editor of Life and Narrative: The Risks and Responsibilities of Storying Experience (under review). 3 P a g e

5 Biographies : Plenary Speakers JACQUES BOUVERESSE Philosophe & Emeritus Professor of Philosophy Collège de France Paris, France Is there an epistemology for literary knowing? Tuesday, June 24th 2014 (3:15 p.m to 4:30 p.m) Jacques Bouveresse (born in 1940), Emeritus Professor at the College de France, and holder of the chair in Philosophy of Language and Knowledge, is one of the greatest contemporary French philosophers. He made a name for himself in the 1970s for his work on Ludwig Wittgenstein (La Parole malheureuse, Paris: Minuit, 1971, Wittgenstein: la rime et la raison, Paris: Minuit, 1973, Le Mythe de l intériorité, Paris: Minuit, 1976). An expert on Viennese thought, whose specificity he demonstrated, he has been a great contributor in spreading analytic philosophy, both Anglo-saxon and European. Jacques Bouveresse is equally known for his critical works on philosophical style and milieu (Le Philosophe chez les autophages, Paris : Minuit, 1984, Rationalité et cynisme, Paris : Minuit, 1985, Prodiges et vertiges de l analogie, Paris : Raisons d agir, 1999). The Bouveressian mode of doing philosophy is characterized by a continued search for clarity, precision, and justification of what one can confirm with genuine arguments. Jacques Bouveresse likes literature, particularly the work of Robert Musil (L Homme probable, Paris : L Éclat, 1993, La Voix de l âme et les chemins de l esprit, Paris : Le Seuil, 2001). Yet there are literary scholars, or certain literary scholars, that he does not like. Literature and the problems that it raises always mattered a lot to me. But I hesitated to talk about it because of the dogmatic and even terrorist climate that still ruled not long ago in literary theory and critique. It makes it particularly difficult for someone who does not want to stick to the expected discussion (Lire, May 1, 2008, in regards to La Connaissance de l écrivain). Other important works by Bouveresse include, Langage, perception et réalité (Paris : Jacqueline Chambon, 1995, 2004), Dire et ne rien dire (1997), Peut-on ne pas croire? (Marseille : Agone, 2007), La Connaissance de l écrivain (2008), and Le Danseur et sa corde (to be published). DONALD POLKINGHORNE Consulting Faculty School of Psychology The Fielding Graduate University Santa Barbara (CA), USA Possibilities for action: narrative understanding Tuesday, June 24th 2014 (4:45 p.m to 6:00 p.m) 4 P a g e

6 Donald Polkinghorne is Professor Emeritus in the division of Counseling Psychology at the University of Southern California. He held the Attallah Chair in Humanistic Psychology and was recipient of the Award for Distinguished Theoretical and Philosophical Contributions to Psychology from the American Psychological Association. Dr. Polkinghorne s educational background includes an undergraduate degree in religious studies from Washington University (St. Louis), and graduate degrees from Yale University, Hartford Seminary Foundation, and the Union Graduate Institute. His Ph.D. degree is in psychology. His scholarly specialties are the philosophy of social science, narrative theory, and qualitative research. His published books are An Existential-Phenomenological Approach to Education, Methodology for the Human Sciences, Narrative Knowing and the Human Sciences, and Practice and the Human Sciences. His scholarly efforts have attended to the relationship between contemporary philosophical epistemology writings and the production of knowledge in psychology and other human sciences. He has emphasized that the cognitive tools used to understand the physical world have valid, but limited, application in understanding human beings. He has sought to expand the research repertoire used in psychology to include methods specifically designed to attend to the special human characteristics, such as qualitative and narrative approaches. His recent work has focused on the relationship between research-generated knowledge and the practices devoted to the care of people. MOLLY ANDREWS Professor of Sociology School of Law and Social Sciences University of East London London, UK Knowledge, reason and imagination: narrating the self over time Friday, June 27th 2014 (2 p.m to 3:15 p.m) Molly Andrews is Professor of Political Psychology and Co-director of the Centre for Narrative Research. With an interest in the intersection of individual biography and society, for the past twenty years she has been listening to, and writing about, the stories which people tell about their lives, specifically focusing on their perception of the political world and their role within it. Molly's research explores the implicit political worldviews which individuals impart through the stories they tell about their lives, as well as the wider social and political context which makes some stories more tell-able than others. Molly has conducted research projects in Britain (life histories with lifetime socialists), the United States (analyzing anti-war activism as an expression of patriotism), East Germany (accounting for national identity in the context of the demise of one s country) and South Africa (examining testimonies before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission). Her work has been translated in to Chinese, German, Swedish, German, French, Czech and Spanish. 5 P a g e

7 PHILIPPE CARRARD Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor of Comparative Literature Dartmouth College Hannover (NH), USA History and narrative: an overview Friday, June 27th 2014 (3:30 p.m to 4:45 p.m) Philippe Carrard is Professor of French Emeritus at the University of Vermont and currently Visiting Scholar in the Program of Comparative Literature at Dartmouth College, in the USA. He wrote a book on Malraux, but for the past twenty years his research has born mainly on the poetics of factual discourse, that is, on the rules, codes, and conventions shaping discourse that deals with real events, not fictional ones. In this area, he has published Poetics of the New History: French Historical Discourse from Braudel to Chartier (Johns Hopkins UP, 1992), The French Who Fought for Hitler: Memories from the Outcasts (Cambridge UP, 2010), and Le Passé mis en texte: Poétique de l historiographie française contemporaine (Armand Colin, 2013). Along the same lines, he has written several articles on such subjects as the representation of consciousness in biographies, personifications in the business pages of the New York Times, strategies of titling in scholarly studies, and beginnings in histories of World War II. 6 P a g e

8 Biographies: Workshop Leaders Interviewing for Narrative Research Monday, June 23th 2014 (9:30 a.m to 5 p.m) RUTHELLEN JOSSELSON Psychotherapist Professor of Clinical Psychology The Fielding Graduate University Santa Barbara (CA), USA Ruthellen Josselson, Ph.D. is Professor of clinical psychology at The Fielding Graduate University. She was formerly a Professor at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a visiting Professor at Harvard University School of Education and a Visiting Fellow at Cambridge University. She is a co-founder of the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology and co-edited eleven volumes of The Narrative Study of Lives, a series dedicated to publishing qualitative research. She is the founding editor of the new Journal, Qualitative Psychology, to be published by the American Psychological Association. She received both the Henry A. Murray Award and the Theodore R. Sarbin Award from the American Psychological Association as well as a Fulbright Fellowship. Based on interviews she has conducted over 35 years, she has written two books exploring women s identity longitudinally (Finding Herself and Revising Herself), and is currently at work on the next installment. Many of her other books (The Space Between Us, Best Friends, Playing Pygmalion) are based on interviews and she has authored many journal articles and book chapters that explore the theory and practice of qualitative inquiry. Recently, she has authored Interviewing for Qualitative Inquiry: A Relational Approach. She has conducted workshops on qualitative inquiry in France, Norway, Finland, Israel and England as well as in the US. AMIA LIEBLICH Psychologist & Writer Professor Emeritus of Psychology Hebrew University of Jerusalem Jerusalem, Israel Born in Israel, completed her B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she is presently a professor emerita. She is now the president of the Academic College for Society and the Arts in Israel. Since 1976 she has been teaching academic courses on gender and society, the psychology of women and the development of femininity and masculinity. Her books on various aspects of Israeli society include Tin Soldiers on Jerusalem Beach (1978), Kibbutz Makom (1981), Transitions to Adulthood during Military Service 7 P a g e

9 (1989) and Seasons of Captivity (1994). Her work on women and creativity led her to compose two psychobiographies: Conversations with Devora (1997) about the author Devora Baron and Learning about Lea (2003), on the poet Lea Goldberg. Her most recent book is Lamrot Hakol about the only bi-national village in Israel. One of the leading scholars in narrative psychology, Lieblich is the author of Narrative Research: Reading, Analysis and Interpretation (with R. Tuval and T. Zilber, 1998) and the editor of the annual publication The Narrative Study of Lives (with R. Josselson and D. McAdams). Her book Seaside Stories will be published this year by Oxford U. Press. Narrative Analysis Monday, June 23th 2014 (9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m) ALEXANDRA GEORGAKOPOULOU Professor of Discourse Analysis & Sociolinguistics King s College London, UK Alexandra Georgakopoulou holds a BA in Greek Philology with Linguistics (University of Athens) and a MA & PhD in Applied Linguistics (Edinburgh University). She is Professor of Discourse Analysis & Sociolinguistics, King's College London, where she is Co-Director (Arts & Humanities) of the Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication. She has published 11 books and c. 70 articles on: conversational storytelling as social interaction and socio-cultural practice; language, youth & gender identities in late modernity; small stories research; small stories circulation on social media. Her current research projects include 'Ego-media: the impact of new media on forms & practices of self-presentation' (Funded by the ERC, with M. Saunders, C. Brant & L. Ridsdale). Narrative Care: Putting theory into practice Monday, June 23th 2014 (9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m) WILLIAM RANDALL Professor of Gerontology University of Saint Thomas New Brunswick, Canada 8 P a g e

10 Bill Randall has been with the Department of Gerontology since With fellow St. Thomas faculty members such as Gary Kenyon, Elizabeth McKim, Clive Baldwin, and the late Rosemary Clews, he has been active over the years in developing a narrative perspective on human development, particularly in later life - what has come to be called narrative gerontology. With Dolores Furlong, of UNB s Faculty of Nursing, he was principal co-organizer of the first two interdisciplinary conferences called Narrative Matters, in 2002 and With the coordinating team of STU s Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative, he also organized Narrative Matters 2010 and was a member of the organizing committee for Narrative Matters With Elizabeth McKim, he is co-editor of the online, open-access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal called Narrative Works: Issues, Investigations, Interventions. Narrative Identity Monday, June 23th 2014 (2 p.m to 5 p.m) MICHAEL BAMBERG Professor of Psychology Clark University Worcester (MA), USA Mr. Bamberg received a Staatsexamen in German, Politics and Education from the Universität Marburg, Germany in 1975, an M.Phil. in Linguistics from the University of York, England in 1978, and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley in He has been at Clark since Mr. Bamberg's research is in the area of Discourse and Identity with an emphasis on how Narratives (particularly "Small Stories") are employed as general sense-making and identity-building strategies. Methodologically, he approaches the study of identity microanalytically (microgenetically) as an emergent process that is deeply embedded in local and situated contexts. His research projects are in the area of adolescent and postadolescent identity formation, particularly the emergence of professional identities. MARK FREEMAN Professor and Chair Department of Psychology Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Society College of the Holy Cross Worcester (MA), USA Mark Freeman is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at the College of the Holy Cross, where he also serves as Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Society. He is the author of Rewriting the Self: History, 9 P a g e

11 Memory, Narrative (Routledge, 1993); Finding the Muse: A Sociopsychological Inquiry into the Conditions of Artistic Creativity (Cambridge, 1994); Hindsight: The Promise and Peril of Looking Backward (Oxford, 2010); The Priority of the Other: Thinking and Living Beyond the Self (Oxford, 2014); and numerous articles on issues ranging from memory and identity to the psychology of art and religion. Winner of the 2010 Theodore R. Sarbin Award in the Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, he is also a Fellow in the American Psychological Association and serves as editor for the Oxford University Press series Explorations in Narrative Psychology. Narrative in Non-Fiction Monday, June 23th 2014 (2 p.m to 5 p.m) PHILIPPE CARRARD Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor of Comparative Literature Dartmouth College Hannover (NH), USA See page 10 for his biography (Plenary Speaker). Narrative Writing Monday, June 23th 2014 (2 p.m to 5 p.m) HUBERT HADDAD Poet and Novelist Paris, France Hubert Haddad was born in Tunis in He published his first collection of poems, Le Charnier déductif, in His first novel, Un rêve de glace, was published by Albin Michel in He has published numerous novels, short stories, plays and collections of poetry. Most of this work has not yet been translated into English. His earlier work explored fantasy and magical realism in a fresh, hallucinatory light, while his later writings have focused on memory and a critical approach to history. His novel L'Univers (published in a revised and updated version s by 10 P a g e

12 Zulma in 2009) is the fragmentary autobiography of a man struggling against amnesia, piecing the shards of his life together in dictionary form. His protean approach to the craft of writing, and his long experience as a teacher of creative writing workshops, inspired his book Le Nouveau Magasin d'écriture (Zulma, 2006), a kind of interactive encyclopedia of literature and the art of writing, offering a wealth of new literary games for writers eager to sharpen their skills. A second book, Le Nouveau Nouveau Magasin d'écriture followed in 2007, exploring the role of visual art as a stimulus to the imagination, and featuring two hundred images (engravings, drawings, paintings, caricatures...) chosen for their evocative, inspirational power. 11 P a g e

13 WORKSHOPS Narrative Matters : Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir Paris, France Schedule of Workshops All workshops take place at the University Paris Diderot (UFR LAC - 6 th & 7 th Floor, Building Grands Moulins) Monday, June 23th 2014 (9:30 a.m to 5 p.m) Interviewing for Narrative Research Workshop organizers: Ruthellen Josselson and Amia Lieblich Workshop in English only Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 785, 7 th Floor Monday, June 23th 2014 (9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m) Narrative Analysis Workshop organizer: Alexandra Georgakopoulou Workshop in English only Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 681, 6 th Floor Narrative Care: Putting Theory into practice Workshop organizer: William Randall Workshop in English only Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 682, 6 th Floor Monday, June 23th 2014 (2 p.m to 5 p.m) Narrative Identity Workshop organizers: Mark Freeman and Michael Bamberg Workshop in English only Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 681, 6 th Floor Narrative in Non-Fiction Workshop organizer: Philippe Carrard Workshop in English and French according to the language of the workshops participants Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 682, 6 th Floor Narrative Writing Workshop organizer: Hubert Haddad Workshop in French with translation into English as needed Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann - Room 789, 7 th Floor 12 P a g e

14 PLENARIES Narrative Matters : Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir Paris, France Schedule of Plenaries Sessions All presentations take place at the University Paris Diderot (Amphitheater 1A - Groundfloor, Building Grands Moulins) Tuesday, June 24th 2014 (3:15 p.m to 4:30 p.m) Is there an epistemology for literary knowing? Jacques Bouveresse Philosophe & Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Collège de France (France) Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann Amphitheater 1A, Groundfloor Tuesday, June 24th 2014 (5:00 p.m to 6:15 p.m) Possibilities for action: Narrative understanding Donald Polkinghorne Consulting Faculty - School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University (USA) Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann Amphitheater 1A, Groundfloor Friday, June 27th 2014 (2 p.m to 3:15 p.m) Knowledge, reason and imagination: narrating the self over time Molly Andrews Professor of Sociology - School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London (UK) Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann Amphitheater 1A, Groundfloor Friday, June 27th 2014 (3:45 p.m to 5:00 p.m) History and narrative: An overview Philippe Carrard Visiting Scholar & Visiting Professor of Comparative Literature, Dartmouth College (USA) Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann Amphitheater 1A, Groundfloor Friday, June 27th 2014 (5:00 p.m to 6:15 p.m) Closing panel: The sum of stories Mark Freeman, Ruthellen Josselson, Françoise Lavocat, Amia Lieblich Location: 5 rue Thomas Mann Amphitheater 1A, Groundfloor 13 P a g e

15 TUESDAY Narrative Matters : Narrative Knowing / Récit et savoir Paris, France Papers and Panels Program All presentations take place at the University Paris Diderot (UFR Lac - 6 th & 7 th Floor, Building Grands Moulins) Parallel Session #1 1.1 Tuesday, June 24th 2014 at 10:30 a.m (Room: 677 / 6 th Floor) Panel session: La figure paradoxale du témoin "in absentia" : Vers quel type de savoir? (I) Language of the session: French Chairs: Nicoletta Dolce (University of Montreal, Canada), Irena Trujic (Université Paris- Sorbonne, France) "Depuis le génocide nazi qui a confronté l humanité à la "part maudite" d elle-même, [la] notion de responsabilité s est radicalisée et fait du témoignage un élément essentiel dans l établissement d une vérité historique que nul n est plus en droit d ignorer, ni de contester.1". Partant de ce constat d Anne Lavalois, la lecture d un certain nombre d œuvres littéraires consacrées aux génocides fait surgir une question que Derrida posait déjà dans Demeure. 2: le témoin est-il celui qui a participé directement à la séquence d évènements évoqués même si, en fin de compte, il n a pas saisi leur essence? C est dans ce contexte que Régine Robin interprétant assez librement un texte d Alexis Nouss sur la poésie de Celan ("Irrévocable témoignage. À propos de Paul Celan") constate que "le témoin n est pas tant celui qui voit [ ] que celui qui accueille une vision. 3". Le poète ou romancier exprimerait ainsi "l impossibilité de dire, la cassure de l histoire, la césure de l intelligible. 4". Dans une perspective comparatiste, cette session voudrait interroger aussi bien la figure paradoxale de celui ou celle qui témoigne d évènements génocidaires sans les avoir vécus que la légitimité de cette "vision". Il s agira notamment de se demander comment cette vision véhicule des bribes de vérité, quel type de savoir elle apporte au lecteur et quels sont les procédés poétiques et narratologiques mis en œuvre par les écrivains concernés pour évoquer une telle vision. Moze de Zahia Rahmani: La cause des harkis Michèle Bacholle-Bošković (Eastern Connecticut State University, USA) Presenting Author: Michèle Bacholle-Bošković Le récit de Zahia Rahmani, Moze (2003), part d'un sujet tabou, le suicide, et dévoile un autre tabou, le sort des harkis après la guerre d'algérie. L'auteure n'y pose pas les questions d'usage (raisons du geste? geste évitable?). Elle refait bien le parcours de son père, offre une réflexion sur son statut de "soldatmort", mais s'en sert pour faire (re)découvrir au lecteur ce pan occulté (parce que honteux) de la guerre et surtout de la période après-guerre: le massacre des harkis que la France n'a pas empêché en Algérie en 1962, le regroupement des survivants avec leurs familles dans des villages français écartés, dissimulés aux regards des Français qui les ont plus tard, à tort, apparentés aux autres immigrés algériens et à leurs enfants, les Beurs. Or, les harkis, dont l'identité s'est transmise à leurs descendants (alors qu'eux ne se sont pas battus pour la France) sont doublement frappés du sceau de la honte: comme traîtres à l'algérie révolutionnaire et comme constants rappels à la mémoire de la France 14 P a g e

16 de sa défaite et de ses exactions pendant cette guerre de décolonisation. Cette communication montrera comment le récit trouve sa légitimité dans l'exposition de l'illégitimité des harkis et celle de leurs enfants dans la société française et explorera la position de Rahmani qui se fait le porte-parole de son père, silencieux sa vie durant, et son avocate puisqu'elle mène dans Moze un violent réquisitoire contre l'etat. Héritière malgré elle de l'identité harkie, dans ce récit de filiation Rahmani témoigne en lieu du témoin muet, oublié, forcé au silence, afin de rétablir une vérité historique et de réclamer reconnaissance des faits et réparation de la part de la France. Témoigner en tiers: Le journaliste Henry Barby face aux massacres des Arméniens durant la Grande Guerre Joceline Chabot (University of Moncton, Canada) Presenting Author: Joceline Chabot En , les autorités turques mettent en œuvre la déportation et le massacre de près d un million d Arméniens de l Empire ottoman. Malgré la censure et l éloignement géographique, cet évènement retient l attention de l opinion internationale et fait l objet d une couverture médiatique relativement importante. Journalistes, consuls, missionnaires, rescapés des massacres, nombreux sont ceux qui prennent la parole pour dénoncer un crime à proprement parler extraordinaire. Leurs récits sont relayés par la presse étrangère alors que les maisons d édition publient mémoires, rapports, journaux, etc. relatant les évènements qui se sont déroulés aux confins de l Asie mineure. Parmi la masse de témoignages qui sature l espace discursif consacré aux massacres des Arméniens, nous avons choisi de retenir le récit d un des rares journalistes français présents sur le front du Caucase, Henry Barby, correspondant de guerre pour Le Journal. En 1916, Barby accompagne l armée russe dans son avancée en territoire ottoman, il est alors le témoin privilégié de la dévastation des vilayets arméniens suite aux massacres et à la déportation qui ont frappé les populations civiles quelques mois plus tôt. L année suivante, en 1917, il publie chez Albin Michel l ouvrage intitulé : Au pays de l épouvante. L Arménie martyre. Témoignant en tiers, ou pour ainsi dire de l extérieur, Barby admet la difficulté de rendre compte du drame qui s est déroulé et d en dresser le tableau le plus complet. Néanmoins, son objectif est clair : il veut faire "le récit des horreurs et des crimes qui ont frappé l Arménie". (Barby, p. 20) Dans le cadre de cette communication, nous souhaitons analyser la structure d accréditation et d attestation par laquelle le témoin, Henry Barby, cherche à représenter l expérience dont il est porteur et à convaincre les lecteurs de la véracité des évènements incriminés. Peuple "in absentia": La saga des Béothuks de Bernard Assiniwi, représentation d un génocide sans témoin Irene Chassaing (University of Manitoba, Canada) Presenting Author: Irène Chassaing Dans son roman La Saga des Béothuks, publié au Québec en 1996, l écrivain d origine amérindienne Bernard Assiniwi retrace la naissance, l'épanouissement puis la disparition du peuple béothuk. Première nation de l'île de Terre-Neuve, au Canada, les Béothuks furent progressivement exterminés par les colons européens entre le seizième et le dix-neuvième siècle. Leur dernière représentante connue, Shanawdithit, mourut de tuberculose en De son peuple, il ne reste aujourd'hui que quelques mots, sortes de reliques linguistiques conservées dans un petit dictionnaire par les grâces d'un humaniste anglais du siècle des Lumières. Au-delà des aléas de la représentation d'un peuple disparu, donc nécessairement fantasmé, notre intervention s interrogera sur la légitimité de l'entreprise menée par Bernard Assiniwi dans La Saga des Béothuks. Par la littérature, en effet, cet écrivain entend non 15 P a g e

17 seulement témoigner d un génocide qu il n a pas lui-même vécu, mais aussi se poser comme l unique représentant d'un peuple sans voix. En nous appuyant sur la réflexion menée par Giorgio Agamben dans Homo Sacer III, nous questionnerons le choix problématique des outils permettant de représenter ce peuple, ainsi que le rôle joué dans cette opération par les institutions de l'auteur, de la langue, et de la littérature elle-même. Nous découvrirons que la légitimité de l entreprise d Assiniwi réside, plutôt que dans le désir de ressusciter une mémoire disparue, dans celui de fonder autour de l œuvre littéraire une communauté nouvelle propre à changer le cours de l histoire. Donner une voix aux ombres: Léonora Miano et la traite négrière Irena Trujic (Université Paris-Sorbonne, France) Presenting Author: Irena Trujic Cette communication se centrera sur La saison des ombres de Léonora Miano. Prix Femina à sa parution en 2013, ce roman raconte comment le malheur frappe la communauté mulongo : suite à un incendie, une dizaine d hommes disparait sans laisser de trace. Comme personne ne sait s ils sont morts ou vifs, leur ombre plane sur le village et pousse certains habitants à essayer de les retrouver. C est le jeu des focalisations qui nous permet d apprendre ce qu il leur est réellement arrivé : ils ont été vendus à des Européens par une tribu voisine qui collabore à la traite et dont l objectif est clairement de faire disparaitre le clan. Ils massacreront d ailleurs les membres de la communauté qui ne peuvent être vendus. Dans un premier temps, cette communication étudiera donc comment la compréhension des évènements est directement corrélée à la narration, qui porte les voix des morts les disparus viennent en effet "visiter" leur mère au travers de leurs rêves comme celle des vivants. Dans un second temps, nous verrons que la narration apparait également et paradoxalement comme une thématique primordiale dans le roman : face à l innommable, les survivantes de la communauté dont les familles ont été massacrés ou déportés ressentent le besoin de raconter le destin mulongo, "l horreur" (p. 216) pour vaincre l oubli. Elles-mêmes habituellement oubliées de l histoire de la traite, elles témoignent d éléments qu elles n ont pas vécus, dans la mesure où elles n ont vu ni les massacres, ni connu la traite. Charge à elles cependant de "tisser une histoire" vraie (p. 226) de cette communauté, de combler les vides en recueillant d autres témoignages, afin de recréer un récit fondateur et de léguer aux générations futures ce qui est "le plus précieux : l obligation d inventer pour survivre." (p. 228). 1.2 Tuesday, June 24th 2014 at 10:30 a.m (Room: 679 / 6 th Floor) Panel session: Narratives in the production of knowledge in cultural context Language of the session: English Chair: Louise Bordeaux Silverstein (Yeshiva University, USA) The papers on this panel present one theoretical presentation and three empirical studies that describe how narrative produces knowledge in three specific cultural contexts. The first presentation describes the construction of U. S. fathering identities among gay fathers and Latino immigrant fathers. The second presentation examines how the life history narratives of 6 Israeli women promote knowledge about identity construction and relations among women from different cultural groups who reside in the same geographical area. The third paper discusses epistemological differences between narrative methodology and grounded theory. The fourth paper describes the use of a modified Life Story Interview for understanding and studying patients in rural Maine who suffer from chronic pain. 16 P a g e

18 Men constructing fathering identities Louise Bordeaux Silverstein (Yeshiva University, USA) Presenting Author: Louise Bordeaux Silverstein This presentation presents empirical data from a large-scale qualitative research study of multiple subgroups of U. S. fathers. The researcher uses a model of data coding and analysis that combines grounded theory and narrative approaches. First, transcripts of interviews or focus groups are coded for Repeating Ideas and Themes. Then the emergent Themes are linked to theoretical concepts in the broader social science literature. The Theoretical Constructs are then used to construct a composite narrative that tells the stories of the men s subjective experiences of fathering in their own words. The narratives form a bridge between theory and subjective experience. The paper presents the clinical examples of the fathers struggles to integrate contrasting aspects of both masculinity and cultural norms into a coherent fathering identity. The presentation will describe how the knowledge that emerges can refine existing theory or create new theory, and also be used to improved clinical care for individual men. Cultural distance from the internal other: Education and relations with the other as discussed in life stories Tal Litvak-Hirsh (Ben Gurion University of the Negev / Eilat campus, Israel), Alon Lazar (Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel) Presenting Author: Tal Litvak-Hirsh Life stories enable one to trace the manner in which identity construction takes place, especially amongst members of multicultural and multiethnic societies. The life-stories of six women belonging to three different groups, all residents of the Beer Sheba area in Israel, were analyzed by applying and extending Bar-On's (2005) theory of identity construction which focuses upon the relations with the "internal other" and the "external other." Specifically, the intersection between education and relations with others as shaping identity during the women's various life courses were investigated. Results suggested that education serves as a mapping tool which places the "self" and the "other" as either close or distant in terms of identity construction. Moreover, findings point to the existence of a "cultural distance from the internal others" (CDIO) as shaped by educational aspirations and achievements. This presentation will present the above research as a demonstration of the power of narratives (in this case life stories) in promoting knowledge about identity construction and relations between women from different cultural groups who reside in the same geographical area. Epistemological differences between narrative methodology and grounded theory Lewis Mehl-Madrona (Coyote Institute, USA) Presenting Author: Lewis Mehl-Madrona While narrative inquiry and grounded theory are both qualitative methods, their underlying manner of conceptualizing knowledge is opposite. Grounded theory aims at categorization and, while a refreshing improvement upon prior methodologies, continues to be noun-based, more compatible with conventional modernist scientific thought. Narrative methods can be more verb-based, aiming at process rather than division into separate things. In narrative inquiry, we ask who are the characters involved in this process? Consistent with folk psychology, we ask what are their desires and beliefs? In short, what do they want and how do they think they can best achieve it? What are the obstacles that oppose them human and inanimate? What attitudes do they demonstrate in their search for their 17 P a g e

19 goal? Narrative inquiry reveals plots, which can be seen as strategies for achieving goals, which represent processes that unfold over time. Grounded theory generates nouns, which are categories into which we can separate phenomenon. Narrative methods are more similar to indigenous thought forms, which are circular and relevant to individual tellers and not necessarily generalizable. The strategies that characters (subjects) use to achieve their desires vary in accordance with the contexts in which they find themselves and are constricted by their previously acquired stories about how the world works (beliefs). Plots are harder to conceptualize for we modern people who are more accustomed to thinking of nouns instead of verbs. We are more trained to see things than processes. Narrative methodologies offer us the opportunity to explore varying processes in different contexts and for different agents who have different beliefs and desires (a movie) instead of the more conventional methodologies of finding ways to divide phenomena into non-overlapping categories (still life photographs). This is an emergent methodology, more compatible with indigenous thought and knowledge, which will continue to unfold over time. A modified life story interview approach to studying and understanding chronic pain Barbara Mainguy (Coyote Institute, USA) Presenting Author: Barbara Mainguy We modified the Northwestern University Life Story Interview for understanding and studying chronic pain. Our chronic pain patients relate better to movies than to novels. A movie typically has less than 60 scenes strung together to form a whole. Movies, more than novels, have gaps that the mind must fill. We ask subjects to identify memorable moments of their lives. We seek high points, low points, and turning points. We seek the moments of heroism and the dark moments of the soul. We identify the helpers they have had along the way and the obstacles they have overcome. We identify the attitudes that have kept them going and the desires that they pursue. Plots unfold like water flowing downhill amidst a topography of beliefs about how the world works. Each belief has its own supporting stories. The nature of a narrative methodology is to examine the plots characters use to accomplish their goals given their beliefs about how the world works and the contexts in which they find themselves. Scenes can be linked in time to form a story. The main character of this story is the identity narrative. When we apply this technique to pain patients we find strategies for managing life s adversities. Patients cling to a story about the world in which their pain is mechanical and unrelated to the other aspects of their life. It is the misfortunate result of twists, tears, bends, or strains on their musculoskeletal apparatus. The use of modified Life Story Interview leads to further possibilities about being a pain patient and expressing pain being part of a larger process of managing unmanageable conflict and dysphoria. The use of this technique leads us to a different conception of chronic pain as multifaceted and often relatively independent of whatever physical injury launched it. 1.3 Tuesday, June 24 th 2014 at 10:30 a.m (Room: 681 / 6 th Floor) Paper session: Narrative, knowing, identity Language of the session: English Moderator: Jo Louise Ashby Narrative knowing and mentalh health: Telling as Therapeutic intervention Rivka Tuval-Mashiach (Bar Ilan University, Israel) Presenting Author: Rivka Tuval-Mashiach 18 P a g e

20 Narrative psychology researchers argue that owning a life story, and the ability to tell it, are associated with an experience of resilience and well-being. Researchers discussed the coherence of life stories, their structure and the ability of the narrator to experience herself as the protagonist of a worthy story. All these dimensions of narrative reflections on the self were assumed to be indicators of the construction of a healthy and adaptive identity. In this paper, I exemplify the dynamics of narrative knowing and interpretations in clinical context through two projects: The Trauma Testimony Center of NATAL, the Israel Trauma Center for victims of Terror and War, which collects life stories and testimonies of Israeli war veterans, prisoners of war and survivors of terror; and a therapeutic project focused on narrative reconstruction (NR) in the Bar-Ilan University Psychology Department's clinic. Drawing on these projects I discuss the meanings of narrative knowing in a clinical and therapeutic context. I focus on trauma-related-stories, and explore how clinicians base their interventions on narrative understanding and interpretations. Even in testimonies, and more so in the context of therapy, telling a trauma narrative the very ability to form a story, and to connect it with one's life story is understood to further one's well-being, and thus becomes central for the therapeutic intervention. Encouraging a sufferer to tell her trauma story is understood as enhancing her dialogue with the world, security and self-esteem. It specifically allows her to own the events, and offer some closure. Narrative knowing and narrative action in organizations: Stories in decision making Tammar B. Zilber (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) Presenting Author: Tammar B. Zilber In this paper I explore the dynamics of narrative knowing and action in organizations, as worked out in decision making processes in a Rape Crisis Center in Israel. I demonstrate how in some instances of Board decision making, the discussion focused not around issues and principles, but rather around stories and counter stories. Board members tell different version of past events, building on different meta-narratives, and positioning both the teller and her audience in different roles. Each story defines a different range of possible decisions. Participants debate which story is the most relevant and appropriate, and once the discussion coheres around a specific version, a specific decision is ipso facto reached. While as narrative researchers we are used to participate in creating the stories we study usually through extracting life stories from interviews my study highlights the importance of listening to, and learning from, stories told in natural daily settings, that is spontaneously in organizational life, in corridors, meetings and written communications. Studying stories in these natural habitats allows us to better appreciate their work in social action. Stories told in organizational decision making not only reflect ways of knowing and understanding within the organization, but also take part in shaping the organizational reality itself. Using insights from narrative research in order to identify and interpret organizational stories holds much promise to further our understanding of both organizations and narratives. (Still) Exploring big stories: The narrative identity card Gabriela Spector-Mersel (Hebrew University of Jerusalem / Ben-Gurion University, Israel) Presenting Author: Gabriela Spector-Mersel The narrative turn has introduced a dramatic epistemological shift in the understanding of the relationships between narrative and identity. The earlier "factist" notion, that portrayed the (one, allembracing) life story as a picture of the narrator`s (entire and preexistent) personality, has been replaced by a constructivist conception, that stresses the contextual and interactional nature of the narration process (Alasuutari, 1997). Although the stage has been set for the idea of multiple narrative 19 P a g e

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