SIEF2015 12th Congress: Zagreb, Croatia.
21-25 June 2015
The captivating world of the Dizi: creativity, consumption and reception in Turkish television series
The multiemotionality of series writing
'Realism' in a crime series: viewers' disputes about television's impact on society
Not again! The stories we tell about recurrence, structure, and interconnectedness
The valorization of fairy tale and the legitimacy of fairy tale studies
The origin of fairy-tale: utopia and history
The scholar and the tale: a subjective history of fairy-tale studies
From literature for children to the text of culture: how fairy tales help me to be a 'serious scholar'
A quest for fairy-tale symbolism
The old, the poor and the illiterate? Challenging narrator stereotypes: an Icelandic case study
Andersen, the Grimms, and I: authors, editors, folk
Pranks as rites of epistemic initiation: a cognitive approach to a short folk form
Use of proverbs in contemporary horoscopes (on the example of Estonian daily newspaper "Postimees")
SMS-messages in a newspaper: a context for contemporary proverbs
"Bearded jokes" in online communication
Paremias in children's magazines
Riddles and humour
What is the difference? Conundrums in traditional and contemporary Hungarian folklore
Hayao Miyazaki: the story-teller of today
She giggled so much: heroines and heroes in the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel (ATU 327A)
Kalevala in the modern Finnish literature
The folktale as a site of regenerating Palestinian memory
Fairy tales and foreign language teaching
The 'lacks' and 'losses' of Serbian veterans of the post-Yugoslav wars
Hopeful narratives: visions of Europe and EU in Albania
Is the renewal of the utopian imaginarium necessary now more than ever?
Narratives of modernization and apocalypse: the politics of hope
Subjects of hope: responsibility, hopelessness and motivation in urban Japan
Uncertainty and hope in the post-disaster Fukushima
Nourishing hope: the production of the imaginary in transnational adoptees and their natural families
The pragmatics of narrative, hope and hopelessness: Thalassaemia patients in Cyprus and expectations of therapeutic finality
Hope(lessness) and social fatigue as resources for the future?
Wreaths, folk costumes and customs in magazines on herbal medicine
A self-made panacea: deconstructing the perfect self in personal development practices in Bucharest
Sigurður Breiðfjörðs utopian Icelandic country: how the poets opinions on social changes appear in his poems
Coping with retirement: visually documenting the first weeks after retirement
Narratives of the self and the metropolization of intimacy (Madrid-Montevideo-México).
Survival and emotions in poverty narratives