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  1. Baggesgaard, Mads Anders

    World literature (Dave Eggers, Francois Bon, Georges Perec, Globalization and literature, Jonathan Littell, Michel Houellebecq, Pierre Alferi, Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Sorokin), Empires and colonies (Danish colonial history, Danish West Indies, Slavery), Film history (African film, Cultural history of film, Film and globalizaition, Film and politics), France (Contemporary French literature, French colonialism), Globalisation (Literature and globalization, Postcolonialism)

    • Larsen, Svend Erik

      World literature (globalization and literature), Cultural change (forgiveness, individual and cultural memory), Globalisation (literature and globalization), Historiography of literature, Literary epochs (Europe after 1700), 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

      • Simonsen, Karen-Margrethe

        World literature, Historiography of literature (History and theories of the novel, human rights, Law and literature, Literary Historiography, Spanish/Latinamerican novels, World literature)