Annjeanette Wiese (Ph.D., Comparative Literature) researches narrative form and rhetorical narrative theory in twentieth and twenty-first century literature. She recently published an article titled “Who Says? Problematic Narration in Paul Auster’s City of Glass” (special issue, “Experimental Literature and Narrative Theory,” edited by Brian Richardson, Frontiers of Narrative Studies 3.2 ). She is currently working on a scholarly book project focusing on truth in hybrid nonfiction/fiction; a section of this project will be presented at the 2018 International Conference on Narrative (host: McGill University, Montreal, April 2018).
narrative theory, rhetorical theory, experimental literature, modern and postmodern literature