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  1. Baggesgaard, Mads Anders

    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), World literature (Dave Eggers, Francois Bon, Georges Perec, Globalization and literature, Jonathan Littell, Michel Houellebecq, Pierre Alferi, Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Sorokin)

    • Bugge, Peter

      Cultural history (Czech cultural history), Czech (Czech linguistics, translation Czech-Danish), Czech Republic (Czech language, history, politics, and culture), History of mentalities (Czech nationalism and national self-perception), Political history (Czech/Slovak political history), Political history (Czech history since 1780), Slovakia (Slovak history and politics), World literature (Czech literature)

      • Caviglia, Francesco

        Computer-supported cooperative work (Compute-supported cooperative work), Film and video, Foreign-language pedagogics (Second language learning), IT and knowledge sharing (Knowledge building), IT and learning (Educational Technology, IT and learning), IT and media (IT and media), IT pedagogics and didactics (Digital Literacy), Identity, Intercultural communication (Intercultural communication), Italy, Upper-secondary pedagogics (Upper-secondary pedagogy)

        • Hansen, Hans Lauge

          Conflict, Contemporary art, Cultural theory (Cultural Memory), Historiography of literature (Spanish Historical novel), Human rights, Ideology and attitudes, Literary epochs (Spanish literature in the 1920'ies and after 2000), Literary genres (The spanish novel after 2000), Meeting of cultures, Modernity (Cultural identities), Spain (Civil War and Postwar, Transition to Democracy), Visual art (Spanish Vanguard in the 20'ies)

          • Harrisson, Annika Pohl

            Anthropology of law (Dispute resolution, Justice provision, State making), Germany (Danish-German Border), Globalisation (Human Security, State building and social resistance), Minorities (Everyday justice, Justice and security, Justice provision), Other countries (Borderlands, Karen State, Mon State, Myanmar, State capacity, state formation in Southeast Asia), Thailand (Borders, state formation in Southeast Asia, Stateless minorities), The state (Encompassment, Governance,, Identity, State Building, State-society relations)

            • Johannsen, Lars

              Baltic states (corruption, political development), Concept of democracy (corruption, Presidentialism), Development of states (authoritarian rule, Corruption, Democratization), Ideology and attitudes, International organisations, Soviet Union (Baltic states, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine), The EU and Europe (enlargement, State capacity), Yugoslavia (Slovenia)

              • Kuhlmann, Annelis

                Baltic states (contemporary theatre performances, The theatre as a tools of historiography), Cultural history, Denmark (Contemporary Danish History of Theatre), Drama analysis (Postwar drama), Dramatic art (Danish traditions of directing, Theatre Directing in the Postwar Period), Dramaturgy (Applied dramaturgy in mise en scenes), East European and East Asian Languages (Russian, Chinese, Japaneseetc), France (French drama and theatre, Mise en scene as incorporated in French drama), French, Modern aesthetic theory, Modern drama (Contemporary European Drama), Performance (Performance in a theatrical use of the space), Renaissance, Europe (framing of theatrical forms), Russia (Russian art of acting, Russian directing (mise en scene) in the theatre, Russian scenography and stage design, Russian Theatre Pedagogics, Stanislavsky's writings, The heritage from Stanislavsky), Russian, Theatre analysis (Odin Teatret, Performance analysis, Terminology of the art of acting, the professional language of the director, The staging of classics, The verbalisation of the mise en scene, Theatre conventions, Theatre historiography, Theatre history, Theatricality), Theory and History of Aesthetics

                • Laursen, Johnny

                  Denmark and Scandinavia (Nordic co-operation, Nordic Council), EU, European integration (Danish European policy), Germany, Political history (European interwar history, German history, Nazism, The Cold War, The history of the EU), Political history (Denmark and the Cold War, Foreign policy, Interwar history, Labour history, Postwar history)

                  • Lægring, Kasper

                    Architecture, Avant-garde (Adolf Loos, Collage, Denise Scott Brown, Rem Koolhaas, Robert Venturi, Surrealism), Contemporary art (Biomorph architecture, Contemporary architecture, Digital architecture, Hal Foster, Tectonic culture), Cultural theory (Collective memory, Memory studies), Design (Arts and Crafts, Bauhaus, Frank Lloyd Wright), Germany (Urban history of Berlin), Golden Age (Genre painting), High and low culture, Historiography (Charles Jencks, Manfredo Tafuri, Reyner Banham, Sigfried Giedion), History of aesthetics after 1735 (Christoph Menke, Empathy, Nelson Goodman, The sublime), Interpretation, Modern aesthetics (starting with Baumgarten) (Christoph Menke, Empathy, Nelson Goodman, The sublime), Modernity (Critical Theory, Frankfurt School), Modernity, late modernity and post-modernity (Fredric Jameson, Manfredo Tafuri, Odo Marquard, Thomas P. Brockelman), Museums (history, layout, architecture, functions) (Museum architecture), Philosophical aesthetics, Philosophical aesthetics, The aesthetic in the modern world (Gesamtkunstwerk, Monumentality, Theatricality), The concept of the work, Urban history (Garden city, Metropolis, Urbanism), Urban history (Megalopolis), Visual analysis (Vilhelm Wanscher), Visual art (Genre painting), history of art (Danish Golden Age, Dutch Golden Age, Romanticism)

                    • Magnúsdóttir, Rósa

                      Cultural history (Biography, Cultural Diplomacy, Cultural Transfer, Intellectuals), Globalisation (Americanization, Trans-Atlantic Relations), Political history (Cold War History, Soviet History), Russia (Soviet and Russian History, Soviet-American Relations, Soviet-Icelandic Relations), Social history (Icelandic History, Soviet History)

                      • Morris, Jeremy

                        Development economics (Informal Sector, Political Economy), Globalisation (Global Labour, Trade Unions, Transnational Corporations), Identity (Working-class Studies), Russia, The individual (Personhood), Welfare state, Work and workplaces (Blue-collar work, Labour)

                        • Olesen, Thorsten Borring

                          Denmark and Scandinavia (Nordic co-operation, Nordic Policy), Denmark and the world, European integration (History and Development of the EC/EU), European integration (Danish European policy), Italy (History of Modern Italy), Political history (Fascism in the Inter War Period, History of Modern Italy, The Cold War), Political history (Denmark and the Cold War, Development Aid Policy, Foreign policy), The EU and Europe

                          • Schmalenberger, Sophie

                            Germany (Affect, Memory, populism, Right-wing Extremism)

                            • Sedgwick, Mark

                              Africa in general (Sudan), Cultural history (Neo-Sufism, Religiosity), Europe in general (Islam in Europe, Neo-Sufism), Islam (Islam and Muslims in Europe, Islamism, Modernization and reform, Sufism), Meeting of cultures (Islam and the West), Middle East in general (Arab world, Iran, Israel, Turkey), Mysticism and spirituality (Sufism, Traditionalism), Other countries (Malaysia, Singapore), Religion and politics (Eurasianism, Islam), Religious movements (Neo-Sufism, New religious movements, Typology), Security (Islamism, Middle East, Religion and terrorism)

                              • Venhovens, Mikel Johannes Hubertus

                                Caucasus (Abkhazia, Georgia,), Conflict (Violence), Ethnicity, Identity, Nationalism, Power and politics (Biopolitics, Borderization, Governmentality,), Qualitative Methods (Wellbeing during Fieldwork), The state (Nation Building,, State Building)