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  1. Baggesgaard, Mads Anders

    Empires and colonies (Danish colonial history, Danish West Indies, Slavery), Film history (African film, Cultural history of film, Film and globalizaition, Film and politics), France (Contemporary French literature, French colonialism), Globalisation (Literature and globalization, Postcolonialism), World literature (Dave Eggers, Francois Bon, Georges Perec, Globalization and literature, Jonathan Littell, Michel Houellebecq, Pierre Alferi, Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Sorokin)

    • Bakker, Peter

      Africa, American, Native, Canada (early history, First Nations, Metis, language), Empires and colonies (Africa: Danes in Ghana, Canada's east coast ca. 1600, cultural encounters, India), Language Politics and Language Pedagogics, Language acquisition (language disorders, twins), Language history (comparative linguistics, etymology) (gender differences, language change, languages in contat), Morphology (polysynthetic lanuages, reduplication), North America in general (First Nations, Native Americans), Other Languages, Other countries (Sri Lanka Portuguese), Others, Phonetics and phonology, West Africa (creoles, Danish activities, Ghana, pidgins)

      • Borkfelt, Sune

        Advertising (Persuasion), Applied ethics and bioethics/environmental ethics (Animal ethics), Cultural history (Animals in history, History of slaughterhouses), Empires and colonies, Market communication (Communication ethics, Persuasion), Market communication (Communication ethics, Persuasion), Text theory and analysis (American literature, Animals in literature, British literature, Ecocriticism, Empathy and literature, Postcolonial literature, Postcolonial theory, discourse and culture analysis, Zoocriticism)

        • Carter, Dale

          Cultural history (American music and culture 1950-1975), Popular music (American popular music, 1950-1975), Rock (American rock music, 1950-1975), USA

          • Dalsgaard, Inger H.

            Cultural contact (American culture), Digital literature, narration/storytelling, hypertext, net literature (Cyberpunk literature), Everyday life (American folk and consumer culture, Romantic fiction, Women in America), Fashion (19th century American women, Women in Politics), Film analysis (American movies), Identity (Asian-Americans), Literary epochs (Thomas Pynchon, US literature), Modernity (technology), Popular culture (Conspiracy culture, Disney, Marilyn Monroe), Social history (American First Ladies), USA, Visual art (American)

            • Grumsen, Stine Slot

              Advertising aesthetics (History of Advertising 1850-1950 in British and Danish context, Science and Advertising), Communication of science (the History of Science Communication), Historical method and research techniques, Historiography (the historiography of history of ideas, literary history and history of science), History of ideas/science for the sciences (Charles Darwin, Danish and British science in the 19th and 20th century, Public Understanding of Science, Science and Advertising, Science and Popular Culture, The history of the theory of evolution), Image and text, Rhetorical analysis, Science and religion (in a historical perspective, the use of scientific vocabulary by religious movements)

              • Hansen, Hans Lauge

                Conflict, Contemporary art, Cultural theory (Cultural Memory), Historiography of literature (Spanish Historical novel), Human rights, Ideology and attitudes, Literary epochs (Spanish literature in the 1920'ies and after 2000), Literary genres (The spanish novel after 2000), Meeting of cultures, Modernity (Cultural identities), Spain (Civil War and Postwar, Transition to Democracy), Visual art (Spanish Vanguard in the 20'ies)

                • Kuhlmann, Annelis

                  Baltic states (contemporary theatre performances, The theatre as a tools of historiography), Cultural history, Denmark (Contemporary Danish History of Theatre), Drama analysis (Postwar drama), Dramatic art (Danish traditions of directing, Theatre Directing in the Postwar Period), Dramaturgy (Applied dramaturgy in mise en scenes), East European and East Asian Languages (Russian, Chinese, Japaneseetc), France (French drama and theatre, Mise en scene as incorporated in French drama), French, Modern aesthetic theory, Modern drama (Contemporary European Drama (1995-2005)), Performance (Performance in a theatrical use of the space), Renaissance, Europe, Russia (Russian art of acting, Russian directing (mise en scene) in the theatre, Russian scenography and stage design, Russian Theatre Pedagogics, Stanislavsky's writings, The heritage from Stanislavsky), Russian, Theatre analysis (Odin Teatret, Performance analysis, Terminology of the art of acting, the professional language of the director, The staging of classics, The verbalisation of the mise en scene, Theatre conventions, Theatre historiography, Theatre history, Theatricality), Theory and History of Aesthetics

                  • Munk, Kasper Green

                    Cultural history (Cultural history of the war, Germany and the second world war, Memory theory, The air war, Vergangenheitsbewältigung), Essay writing and cultural journalism, History of criticism (War and literature), Literary epochs (20th century, Christoph Ransmayr, cultural memory, German postwar literature, Imre Kertész, Thomas Bernhard, W.G. Sebald, War literature), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Aesthetics of the war, Literature and ethics, Memory, Poetics of the war, Witness Literature), Text theory and analysis

                    • Risum, Janne

                      China, Classical drama, Comparative methods, Dramatic art, Dramaturgy, Historiography, History of historical understanding, History of mentalities, Modern drama, Performance, Theatre analysis (Asian theatre conventions, Kierkegaard and the theatre, Odin Teatret, Theatre conventions, Theatre history)