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  1. Hermann, Pernille

    Text theory and analysis (Danish Rhymed Chronicle, Old Norse historioraphy, Old Norse literature, Old Norse myths, saga literature), Cultural forms of expression (cultural memory, literacy, myth and mythology, orality), Literary epochs, World literature (hagiography, historiography, Literature and Globalization, Religious literature)

    • Iversen, Stefan

      Text theory and analysis (Cultural Memory, Deconstruction, Fictionality, Narrative theory, Unnatural Narratology, Witness Literature), 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), Theories of learning

      • Kjerkegaard, Stefan

        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), 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), Literary institutions, 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, The concept of the work

        • Ringgaard, Dan

          Text theory and analysis, Canon, Essay writing and cultural journalism, Historiography of literature, History of criticism, Literary epochs, Literary genres, Literature (Literary theory, Nordic literary history, poetry, rhythm, late 19th century, the major Danish poets Emil Aarestrup, Sophus Claussen and Henrik Nordbrandt, Giorgio Agamben, globalization and world literature, place and place theory (literary phenomenology and cartography), Danish poet and film maker Jørgen Leth (the relation between poetry and film plus sports), literature and climate (atmosphere and catastrophe), the post literary (including transmediality), literary creativity, essay theory and writing, literary criticism), Lyrics, Poetics, poetry and philosophy, Travel literature, World literature