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  1. Andersen, Tore Rye

    Literary epochs (20th Century American literature, David Foster Wallace, Don DeLillo, Jonathan Franzen, Modernism, Postironical literature, Postmodernism, Thomas Pynchon), 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, Literature, Media, Text theory and analysis, The literary market (Serialization), Theory and Analysis of Culture, USA

    • Larsen, Svend Erik

      Literary epochs (Europe after 1700), Cultural change (forgiveness, individual and cultural memory), Globalisation (literature and globalization), Historiography of literature, Modernity (urban culture), Narrativity/storytelling (the function of storytelling), Philosophy of education and history of the concept of education ('Bildung' and secondary education), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (conceptions of nature, memory), Semiotics and semiology (discourse analysis, literary and cultural semiotics), Structuralism, World literature (globalization and literature)

      • Møller, Andreas Hjort

        Literary epochs (Friedrich Schlegel, German classicism and romanticism), Historiography of literature