List of John Benjamins publications for which Lars-Christer Hydén plays a role.
The Travelling Concepts of Narrative
Edited by Mari Hatavara, Lars-Christer Hydén and Matti Hyvärinen
[Studies in Narrative, 18] 2013. vi, 311 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Narrative Studies | Pragmatics
Beyond Narrative Coherence
Edited by Matti Hyvärinen, Lars-Christer Hydén, Marja Saarenheimo and Maria Tamboukou
[Studies in Narrative, 11] 2010. vi, 196 pp.
Subjects Cognition and language | Discourse studies | Narrative Studies | Pragmatics
Introduction, or another story of narrative. The Travelling Concepts of Narrative, Hatavara, Mari, Lars-Christer Hydén and Matti Hyvärinen (eds.), pp. 1–102013.
Towards an embodied theory of narrative and storytelling. The Travelling Concepts of Narrative, Hatavara, Mari, Lars-Christer Hydén and Matti Hyvärinen (eds.), pp. 227–2442013.
It is argued that storytelling activity is grounded in the bodies of the participants, in the situation including the material artifacts, relationships, and in the organization of the storytelling. Storytelling by persons with a brain disorder (Alzheimer’s disease) is taken as a case in point of… read more | Article
Identity, self, narrative. Beyond Narrative Coherence, Hyvärinen, Matti, Lars-Christer Hydén, Marja Saarenheimo and Maria Tamboukou (eds.), pp. 33–482010.
By tradition many narrative researchers interested in questions about identity have focused on interview narratives and especially on their discursive organization in terms of coherence and referentiality. This paper argues that other aspects than coherence are of importance in negotiating identity. read more | Article
Beyond narrative coherence: An introduction. Beyond Narrative Coherence, Hyvärinen, Matti, Lars-Christer Hydén, Marja Saarenheimo and Maria Tamboukou (eds.), pp. 1–152010.
The introduction suggests a paradigmatic turn in narrative studies as regards the coherence thesis. The classical, Aristotelian, notion has been widely shared among scholars who otherwise often disagree, often drastically, from folklore and linguistics to philosophy, psychology and narrativist… read more | Article
In dialogue with time: Identity and illness in narratives about chronic fatigue. Narrative Inquiry 13:1, pp. 71–972003.
Abstract After the occurrence of a disruptive illness, questions tend to arise about oneself and one's way of life and its moral meaning. These questions concern what kind of person one is and how one can sustain one's identity and self-image in the face of disruptive events. In this sense, the… read more | Article