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Recent publications

The most recent publications in the Department are listed below. To see a list of all publications registered in the national database DiVA, please click the following link:

Full list of publications in DiVA

Author Title Year
Beyza Björkman
Morphosyntactic variation in spoken English as a lingua franca interactions : Revisiting linguistic variety 2017
Heli Tissari
Corpus-linguistic approaches to metaphor analysis 2017
Hans Malmström, Spela Mezek, Diane Pecorari,
et al.
Engaging with Terminology in the Multilingual Classroom : Teachers’ Practices for Bridging theGap Between L1 Lectures and English Reading 2016
Stefan Helgesson
Ngugi wa Thiong'o and the Conceptual Worlding of Literature 2017
Giles Whiteley
Pater’s Conclusion : A New Source 2017
Giles Whiteley
Wilde's Plagiarism in the Essay on "Historical Criticism” 2017
Giles Whiteley
An Unidentified French Quotation in Wilde’s Essay on ‘Historical Criticism’ 2017
Giles Whiteley
Oscar Wilde’s Reading of Popular Science 2017
Giles Whiteley
Kipling the Plagiarist? The Case of ‘O Baal, Hear Us!’ 2017
Giles Whiteley
Pater’s Heraclitus : Irony and the Historical Method 2017
Adnan Mahmutovic, Fridrik Solnes Jonsson
In orbit : Roberto Bolano 2017
Giles Whiteley
An Oblique Allusion to Barbauld in The Mystery of Edwin Drood 2017
Stefan Helgesson
Post-anticolonialism 2017
Giles Whiteley
Cosmopolitan Space : Political Topographies in ‘Lord Arthur Savile's Crime’ 2017
Kathrin Kaufhold
Tracing interacting literacy practices in master's dissertation writing 2017
Josep Soler-Carbonell, Taina Saarinen, Kerttu Kibbermann
Multilayered perspectives on language policy in higher education : Finland, Estonia, and Latvia in comparison 2017
Beyza Björkman
PhD supervision meetings in an English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) setting : linguistic competence and content knowledge as neutralizers of institutional and academic power 2017
Adnan Mahmutovic
Halal History and Existential Meaning in Salman Rushdie’s Early Fiction 2017
Raffaella Negretti
Calibrating Genre : Metacognitive Judgments and Rhetorical Effectiveness in Academic Writing by L2 Graduate Students 2015
Giles Whiteley
Philosophical Wilde : Michael Y. Bennett (ed.): Philosophy and Oscar Wilde, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 2017
Marcelyn Oostendorp
As an undergrad, I don't have the right to an opinion' : Reconstructing Students as Creative Meaning-makers in the Applied English Language Classroom 2017
Adnan Mahmutovic, Denise Nunes
Maxime Miranda in Minimis : Swarm Consciousness in Hayao Miyazaki's Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 2017

Visions of the Future in Comics : International Perspectives 2017
Silvia Kunitz, Klara Skogmyr Marian
Tracking Immanent Language Learning Behavior Over Time in Task-Based Classroom Work 2017
Josep Soler, Virve-Anneli Vihman
Language ideology and language planning in Estonian higher education : nationalising and globalising discourses 2017
Maria Kuteeva
European perspectives on second language writing pedagogy 2017
Stefan Helgesson
An Ecology of World Literature: From Antiquity to the Present Day by Alexander Beecroft 2017
Giles Whiteley
A Note on Some Unidentified Sources in Mansfield’s Reading from 1907 2017
Giles Whiteley
The Tree of Knowledge : New Insights on Katherine Mansfield, Oscar Wilde and ‘A Woman’ 2017
Giles Whiteley
Inspir’d Bards : An Unidentified Quotation in Pope’s Dunciad Variorum 2017
Adnan Mahmutovic, Lucy Durneen
Towards a Poetics of Editing 2017
Ulla Vanhatalo, Heli Tissari
Esittelyssä alkusanakieli 2017
Kathrin Kaufhold
Interdisciplinary postgraduate writing : Developing genre knowledge 2017
Maria Kuteeva, Raffaella Negretti
Graduate students' genre knowledge and perceived disciplinary practices : Creating a research space across disciplines 2015
Peter Sundkvist, Man Gao
Rhoticity in Yunnan English 2015
Josep Soler-Carbonell, Lídia Gallego-Balsà
The internationalisation of higher education in two different contexts : Catalan and Estonian sociolinguistic perspectives 2016
Josep Soler-Carbonell
Complexity perspectives on linguistic landscapes : A scalar analysis 2016
Bo G. Ekelund
Citing the world : A geometric data analysis of Swedish literary scholars' use of foreign critical resources 2016
Lisa McGrath, Jessica Berggren, Spela Mezek
Reading EAP : Investigating high proficiency L2 university students’ strategy use through reading blogs 2016
Francesco-Alessio Ursini
Jerrold M. Saddock. 2012. The Modular Architecture of Grammar 2016
Lisa McGrath, Kathrin Kaufhold
English for Specific Purposes and Academic Literacies : Eclecticism in academic writing pedagogy 2016
Adnan Mahmutovic
Global Citizenship in Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalist 2016
Nils-Lennart Johannesson
'Hreran mid hondum hrimcealde sæ' : On verb attraction in Old English 2016
Stefan Helgesson
How Writing Becomes (World) Literature : Singularity, the Universalizable, and the Implied Writer 2016
Beyza Björkman
PhD adviser and student interactions as a spoken academic genre 2016
Spela Mezek, John Swales
PhD defences and vivas 2016
Pieter Vermeulen
On World Literary Reading Literature, the Market, and the Antinomies of Mobility 2016
Joakim Wrethed
The Invisible Apocalyptic City : The Affectivity of Urbanity, Movement, and Desire in William Blake’s ‘London’, Don DeLillo’s Cosmopolis, and Ivan Vladislavić’s The Exploded View 2017
Susanne Vejdemo, Sigi Vandewinkel
Extended uses of body-related temperature expressions 2017
Philip Shaw
Genre Analysis 2017

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