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This roundtable reflects on various kinds of self-narratives from multicultural perspectives (Arabic, French, Italian, Japanese Cultures and French Linguistics). To be inclusive of self-narratives of all times up to current writing practices and discursive expressions of the self in digital environments, we propose to use the term i-Narratives. Panelists will discuss their work with i-Narratives and the construction/deconstruction of self, a sense of self, its role in the construction of identity and its expressions, subjectivity, and narrative agency. Questions to be discussed may include but are not restricted to:· How have you approached the study of self-narratives or self-identities in our areas of study?
· How do you consider the relationship among self-identity-subjectivity-
· How static or dynamic is the self in these texts that could be called i-Narratives or ego-documents?~This event is free and open to the public~
Romance and Classical Studies