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  1. Andersen, Tore Rye

    Books as a medium (including digital literature) (History of the Book, Paratexts, The materiality of the book), Cultural forms of expression, Digital literature, narration/storytelling, hypertext (Twitter fiction), High and low culture, Historiography of literature, History of criticism, Literary epochs (20th Century American literature, David Foster Wallace, Don DeLillo, Jonathan Franzen, Modernism, Postironical literature, Postmodernism, Thomas Pynchon), Literature, Media, Text theory and analysis, The literary market (Serialization), Theory and Analysis of Culture, USA

    • 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)

      • Brænder, Morten

        Digital culture and communication (blogs, milblogs), History of mentalities (english civil war, puritanism), Identity, Medieval political philosophy, Nationalism (Nationalism and religion), Qualitative Methods, Sociology of religion (Civil religion, Religion in public space), State and sovereignty, USA (Religion in the USA), Violence

        • 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)