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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)

    • Iversen, Stefan

      Digital literature, narration/storytelling, hypertext (Multimodality), Globalisation, Identity, Literary epochs (19th Century, 20th century, Decadence, Modernism, Realism), Narrativity/storytelling, Poetics, poetry and philosophy, Political rhetoric, Rhetorical analysis (Multimodal Rhetoric, Narrative Rhetoric, Visual Rhetoric), Text theory and analysis (Cultural Memory, Deconstruction, Fictionality, Narrative theory, Unnatural Narratology, Witness Literature), Theories of learning

      • Lund, Marie

        Rhetorical analysis (inaugurals, rhetorical audience, rhetorical figures, rhetorical generic criticism, rhetorical theory, the tone of literature), Stylistics (rhetorical figures as arguments, rhetorical style as a concept, style and meaning, style and rhetorical analysis, style and rhetorical criticism), Text theory and analysis (literacy, literary criticism, rhetorical literary analysis, the short story, Theory of genre, voice in text)

        • Nølke, Henning

          Rhetoric (Argumentation in Language), 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), Semantics (cognitive semantics, formal semantics etc) (instructional semantics), Syntax (Modulary Syntax)

          • Sorensen, Elsebeth Korsgaard

            Communication theory (Cognitive Theories of Communication and Learning, Cybernetic Theories of Communication and Learning, Social Theories of Communication and Learning), Competence development, creativity and innovation (Communities of Practice (CoP), Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), Digital Dialogic Learning (DDL), Learning-to-learn (L2L), LifeLong Learning (LLL), Meta Learning (ML)), Computer games (Game design as e-learning), Conversation (Principles of Digital Dialogue), Democracy and power (Democratic e-Learning for Intercultural Citizenship, Designing for Intercultural Competencies, Digital illiteracy, e-Learning for Global Democratic Citizenship, e-Learning for Learner Empowerment), Digital and physical spaces (Design of Learning Across Digital and Physical Spaces, Design of Learning Across Media), IT and knowledge sharing (Design of Digital Knowledge Sharing), IT and learning (Design Based Research, IT in 3rd level Education, IT in Distance Education, IT in Higher Education, IT in LifeLong Learning, IT in Teacher Education), IT in the education system (Use of Desk Top Video Conferencing (VMEs), Use of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs), Use of Web 2.0 Technologies, Use of WhiteBoard Technologies in Highschools), IT pedagogics and didactics (Design of Teaching and Learning Across Media), Interpersonal communication on the internet (Design of Digital Democratic Dialogue), Research method (fieldwork, qualitative and ethnographic methods) (Design Based Research, Educational Design)