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  1. Andersen, Tore Rye

    History of criticism, 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, Literary epochs (20th Century American literature, Cormac McCarthy, David Foster Wallace, Don DeLillo, Jennifer Egan, Jonathan Franzen, Modernism, Postironical literature, Postmodernism, Thomas Pynchon, Vladimir Nabokov, William Gibson), Literature, Media, Text theory and analysis, The literary market (Serialization), Theory and Analysis of Culture, USA

    • Munk, Kasper Green

      History of criticism (War and literature), Cultural history (Cultural history of the war, Germany and the second world war, Memory theory, The air war, Vergangenheitsbewältigung), Essay writing and cultural journalism, Literary epochs (20th century, Christoph Ransmayr, cultural memory, German postwar literature, Imre Kertész, Thomas Bernhard, W.G. Sebald, War literature), Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Aesthetics of the war, Literature and ethics, Memory, Poetics of the war, Witness Literature), Text theory and analysis

      • Paulsen, Mikkel-Theis

        History of criticism (Poetics), Drama paedagogics (Ben Jonson, English Renaissance Drama, John Fletcher, John Lyly, Shakespeare), Empires and colonies (Age of Discovery, Colonialism, Early Imperialism, The New World), Historiography of literature (Early Modern Spanish Literature, Lope de Vega), Latin and South America in general (Colonial Latin American Literature, European visions of Latin America), Literary epochs (El Siglo de Oro, Renaissance, The Baroque), Literary genres (Drama, Tragicomedy), Philosophy of law (Francisco de Vitoria, Natural rights, Sovereignty, Utopia)

        • Refskou, Anne Sophie Haahr

          History of criticism, Cultural history, Historiography of literature (Adaptation, Literary afterlives), Literary epochs (Early modern literature, Shakespeare), Performance (Theatre history), Text theory and analysis