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  1. Hornbek, Birgitte Rasmussen

    Literary institutions, 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.), 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

    • Kjerkegaard, Stefan

      Literary institutions, Advertising aesthetics (puns, wordplay), Books as a medium (including digital literature) (The materiality of the book), Cognition theory (puns), Cultural forms of expression (Self-Fashioning, Self-Fashioning in media), History of criticism, Literary epochs (Avant-garde, Contemporary novels (2000-2006), contemporary poetry, Postmodernism), Literature, Lyrics, Poetics, poetry and philosophy (Claus Beck-Nielsen, Das Beckwerk, Gilles Deleuze, Humour, J.P. Jacobsen, Knud Romer, Lyric, metaphor, Morten Søndergaard, Niels Frank, Niels Lyngsø, Per Højholt, Peter Laugesen, Poetry, puns, Simon Grotrian, Ursula Andkjær Olsen), Printed Media, Text theory and analysis (Authorship, Autobiography, Autofiction, Deconstruction, didactics of literature, Fiction, Jens Peter Jacobsen, literary criticism, Narrative theory, Narratology, Poetry, Self-Fashioning, Theory of fiction, Witness Literature, Wordplay), The concept of the work