About the school

Language and communication › French

Back to search

Filter by selecting one or more of the following keywords...

  1. Birkelund, Merete

    French semantics (Mode and Modality, Negation, semantics & pragmatics, tense, text and culture, textsemantics- and pragmatics, rhetoric), French syntax (mode, tense and aspect)

    • Kratschmer, Alexandra Regina

      French semantics (lexical semantics, rhetoric, semantics & pragmatics, stilistics, text and culture, textsemantics, textual typology), Italian semantics (evidentiality, focalization/emphasis, modality, modular lingistics, polyphony, semantics & pragmatics, stilistics, textsemantics, textual typology, topic/comment), Italian syntax (sentence structure) (dative objects)

      • Kuhlmann, Annelis

        French, 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), 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

        • Nølke, Henning

          Argumentation (Argumentative Semantics), Enunciation theory (French 'Enunciation' Theory, Linguistic Ppolyphony), French semantics (Adverbials, Argumentative Semantics, Connectors, Focalisation, Information Structure, Mode and Modality, Negation, semantics & pragmatics, textsemantics- and pragmatics, rhetoric), French syntax (Word Order), Functional linguistics (Information Structure), Modularity (Modulary Linguistics), Pragmatic linguistics ('enunciation' theory, Linguistic Polyphony, textual linguistics), Rhetoric (Argumentation in Language), Semantics (cognitive semantics, formal semantics etc) (instructional semantics), Syntax (Modulary Syntax)