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  1. 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)

    • Kjerkegaard, Stefan

      Printed Media, Advertising aesthetics (puns, wordplay), Books as a medium (including digital literature) (The materiality of the book), Cognition theory (puns), Cultural forms of expression (Self-Fashioning, Self-Fashioning in media), History of criticism, Literary epochs (Avant-garde, Contemporary novels (2000-2006), contemporary poetry, Postmodernism), Literary institutions, Literature, Lyrics, Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Claus Beck-Nielsen, Das Beckwerk, Gilles Deleuze, Humour, J.P. Jacobsen, Knud Romer, Lyric, metaphor, Morten Søndergaard, Niels Frank, Niels Lyngsø, Per Højholt, Peter Laugesen, Poetry, puns, Simon Grotrian, Ursula Andkjær Olsen), Text theory and analysis (Authorship, Autobiography, Autofiction, Deconstruction, didactics of literature, Fiction, Jens Peter Jacobsen, literary criticism, Narrative theory, Narratology, Poetry, Self-Fashioning, Theory of fiction, Witness Literature, Wordplay), The concept of the work

      • Kjærgaard, Rikke Schmidt

        Printed Media (Visual communication, Visual culture), Communication (Science communication, visualization), History of Science and Technology (Public Understanding of Science), Studies of science and technology (Data design, Information design)