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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)

    • 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

      • Cecchini, Leonardo

        Identity (Globalisation in the past & the present,, Memory and Identity,, Memory and Narration,, Region National Identity in Europe,, Region National Identity in Italy), Literary epochs (Courtly Love & Culture,, Dante, Petrarca & Boccaccio,, History of the Concept of Love in Europe, Italian Literature and Culture in the Miidde Ages & Renassance,), Modernity (Culture, Media and Globalisation,, Popular Culture, Postmodernity and Postmdernism,), Text theory and analysis (Discourse & Culture Analysis,, Literature and Politics, Literature and Society,, Narratology,, The Fantastic,)

        • Dalsgaard, Inger Hunnerup

          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)

          • Fage-Butler, Antoinette Mary

            Communication theory (Health communication), Culture (Foucault), Identity (Cultural aspects of health), Knowledge communication (Risk communication), Qualitative methods (Discourse analysis), Studies of science and technology (mistrust, trust)

            • 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)

              • Hornbek, Birgitte Rasmussen

                Anthropology, Cultural forms of expression (Fashion.), Everyday life (The phsychopathology of everyday life), Fashion, Globalisation (Exile and globalization. Globalisering-homeland. Theories of space and place. Emotional geografi.), High and low culture (Taste and distaste. Karnevalism.), History of aesthetics after 1735, Identity (Identity and place.), Late Antiquity and Christian ethics (The seven deadly sins. The sin of sloth.), Literary epochs (Realism. Modernism.), Literary institutions, Modernity, Photography (Photography and memory), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Peotics of melancholy.), Psychology of creativity (Melancholy and creativity. Exile, loss and creativity.), Psychology of crisis and trauma (Eksil), Psychology of emotions (Melancholy. Nostalgia.Ennui. Envy. Sloth. Boredom. Anger), Religious movements (Ascetism. The sven deadly sins), Travel literature, World literature

                • 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

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