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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
Giles Whiteley
A Swine from Epicurus's Herd : The Culinary, Aesthetic, and Erotic in Wilde and Huysmans 2019
Carles Fuster, Hannah Neuser
Exploring intentionality in lexical transfer 2019
Irina Rasmussen
'En avant, mes enfants!' : Nations, Populations, and the Avant-Garde Body in James Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun' 2018
Beyza Björkman
Morphosyntactic variation in spoken English as a lingua franca interactions : Revisiting linguistic variety 2017
Nils-Lennart Johannesson
Orrmulum and The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs 2018
Josep Soler
El cas català des d’una perspectiva nord-europea : marcs ideològics i legislació lingüística 2018
Bernadette O'Rourke, Josep Soler, Jeroen Darquennes
New speakers and language policy 2018
Maria Kuteeva
European perspectives on second language writing pedagogy 2017
Josep Soler, Beyza Björkman, Maria Kuteeva
University language policies in Estonia and Sweden : Exploring the interplay between English and national languages in higher education 2018
Marcelyn Oostendorp
Extending resemiotisation : time, space and body in discursive representation 2018
Marina Ludwigs
From de Man to Gans : The Return of the Referent 2018
Gül Bilge Han
Jacques Rancière and the Political Dimensions of Aesthetic Autonomy in Stevens' Depression-Era Poetry 2018
Gül Bilge Han
Bir Karakuşa Bakmanın On Üç Yolu by Wallace Stevens 2018
Josep Soler, Virve-Anneli Vihman
Language ideology and language planning in Estonian higher education : nationalising and globalising discourses 2017
Giles Whiteley
Henry Longueville Mansel's Phrontisterion (1852) 2018
Kathrin Kaufhold
Creating translanguaging spaces in students’ academic writing practices 2018
Gül Bilge Han
Nazım Hikmet’s Afro-Asian solidarities 2018
Stefan Helgesson, Louise Bethlehem, Gül Bilge Han
Cultural solidarities : apartheid and the anticolonial commons of world literature 2018
Bo G. Ekelund
Dots on the Literary Map? : Literary Valorizations of Place, the Wealth of Earl Lovelace's Trinidad, and Geometric Data Analysis 2018
Giles Whiteley
John Ruskin and London 2018
Giles Whiteley
Arthur Symons, Selected Early Poems, ed. Jane Desmarais and Chris Baldick; Arthur Symons, Spiritual Adventures, ed. Nicholas Freeman 2018
Adnan Mahmutovic
The Craft of Editing 2018
Giles Whiteley
Dickens and Southey : The Mystery of Edwin Drood and The Curse of Kehama 2018
Adnan Mahmutović
Chronotope in Moore and Gibbons’ Watchmen 2018
Beyza Björkman
This is not familiar to most people : navigating peer reviewers' comments and knowledge construction practices by PhD students in supervision interactions 2018
Ying Wang
Formulaic sequences signalling discourse organisation in ELF academic lectures : a disciplinary perspective 2018
Giles Whiteley
Schelling’s Reception in Nineteenth-Century British Literature 2018
Aki Siegel
Superficial intersubjectivity in ELF university dormitory interactions 2018
Philip Shaw, Alan McMillion
Reading Comprehension in Advanced L2 Readers 2018
Giles Whiteley
The origin of the words ‘tenebrific’ and ‘tenebrificous’ 2018
Giles Whiteley
Katherine Mansfield, Arthur Symons, Gabriele D’Annunzio and The Virgins of the Rocks 2018
Giles Whiteley
‘Tenebrific Constellations’ : Carlyle, Addison and Burns 2018
Giles Whiteley
The Count Marsigli and De Quincey’s ‘The Dark Interpreter’ 2018
Maria Kuteeva, Anna Mauranen
Digital academic discourse : Texts and contexts 2018
Maria Kuteeva
Researching English-medium instruction at Swedish universities : Developments over the past decade 2018
Joakim Wrethed
Suffering as the Embodiment of the Sacred in Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s "A Letter" and "Tale of the 672nd Night" 2018
Lynn V. Monrouxe, Alison Bullock, Gerard Gormely,
et al.
New graduate doctors’ preparedness for practice : a multistakeholder, multicentre narrative study 2018
Stefan Helgesson
General Introduction : The Cosmopolitan and Vernacular in Interaction 2018
Rasmussen Irina
Documentary Modernism : Worldly Sympathies, Ideal Collectivities and Dissenting Individualism 2018

The Ethos of History : Time and Responsibility 2018
Stefan Helgesson
Radical Time in (Post)Colonial Narratives 2018
Stefan Helgesson, Christina Kullberg
Translingual Events : World Literature and the Making of Language 2018
Stefan Helgesson
"Literature", Theory from the South and the Case of the São Paulo School 2018
Stefan Helgesson
Literary World-Making Under Apartheid : Staffrider and the Location of Print Culture 2018
Frida Beckman
Cartographies of ambivalence : allegory and cognitive mapping in Don DeLillo's later novels 2019
Silvia Kunitz
Collaborative attention work on gender agreement in Italian as a foreign language 2019

World Literatures : Exploring the Cosmopolitan-Vernacular Exchange 2018
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


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