The CNS is headed by Marianne Wolff Lundholt and was founded in 2008 by Per Krogh Hansen. Since then the CNS has been steadily growing, both by appointing tenured faculty and hiring junior scholars, and by expanding the international network of cooperating scholars. If you think you can contribute to the CNS please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Per Krogh Hansen, Associate Professor, PhD, has published on a great variety of literary and narratological concepts (character, narration, unreliable narrators, metafiction, realism, fairy tales), and has studied literature and film as well as corporate communication, musicals, and news broadcasting. In the period 2011-13 he was chairman of ENN (The European Narratology Network) and is present member of the executive council of the International Society for the Study of Narrative.
Klarissa Lueg, Associate Professor, Dr.phil., specializes in (sociological) organizational research, with a focus on higher education and processes of change induced by internationalization and global exchange. She investigates intercultural encounters, and the formation of identity by means of analyzing both narrative and opposition towards dominant narrative.
Marianne Wolff Lundholt, Associate Professor, PhD, is the Director of the Center of Narratological Studies. Her areas of research include narratology, counter-narratives, management communication and organizational communication. She has coedited (with Timothy Kuhn and Sanne Frandsen) the volume Counter-narratives and organization (Routledge, 2017). She has also coedited (with David Boje) a special issue of European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management (“Counter-narratives in and around organizations in cross cultural environments”, 2016).
Birgitte Norlyk, Associate Professor, PhD, researches identity formation and discourse, in the context of entrepreneurship and design, in particular. Her areas of teaching and research include corporate communication, intercultural communication and management, branding, textual analysis, and corporate genres.