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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
Peter Sundkvist
The Shetland Dialect 2021
Giles Whiteley
Romantic Irony : Problems of Interpretation in Schlegel and Carlyle 2021
Adnan Mahmutovic
Globalization and the City in Mohsin Hamid’s Novels 2021
Adnan Mahmutovic
Mohsin Hamid’s Twin Cities : New York and Lahore 2021
Giles Whiteley
Joris-Karl Huysmans, Decadence, Satanism and Catholicism 2021
Spela Mezek, Lisa McGrath, Raffaella Negretti,
et al.
Scaffolding L2 academic reading and self‐regulation through task and feedback 2021
Giles Whiteley
Oscar Wilde and The Picture of Dorian Gray 2021
Giles Whiteley
Aestheticism and Decadence in Britain and France 2021
Kingsley Bolton, Siu-lun Lee
A socio-historical approach to multilingualism in Hong Kong 2021
Kingsley Bolton, Werner Botha
Singapore English, language mixing, and vernacular speech 2021
Kingsley Bolton, John Bacon-Shone, Siu-lun Lee
Societal multilingualism in Hong Kong 2021
Kingsley Bolton
World Englishes : Approaches, models and methodology 2021
Kingsley Bolton
World Englishes and Philippine call centres 2021
Giles Whiteley
"Muttered thunder" : A Miltonism in Little Dorrit and The Mystery of Edwin Drood 2021
Marta Andersson, Rolf Sundberg
Subjectivity (Re)visited : A Corpus Study of English Forward Causal Connectives in Different Domains of Spoken and Written Language 2021
Charlotta Elmgren
Languages at Play : Teaching Intercultural Awareness with J.M. Coetzee 2021
Joseph Siegel
Evaluating EAP notetaking textbooks : Eight key questions 2021
Kathrin Kaufhold, Karolina Wirdenäs
Professional identity construction in the healthcare sector : Narratives around facilitating migrants’ access to healthcare 2021
Andrew Cooper
Review of Gräslund, Bo. (2018). Beowulfkvädet: Den nordiska bakgrunden 2021
Sanja Nivesjö, Heidi Barends
Current perspectives on Olive Schreiner’s From Man to Man or Perhaps Only — 2019
Sanja Nivesjö, Heidi Barends
Afterword: Publishing an academic edition of From Man to Man or Perhaps Only — in South Africa 2019
Joseph Siegel
Developing Notetaking Skills in a Second Language : Insights from classroom research 2021
Joseph Siegel
Retentional effects of notetaking instruction in EAP classes 2021
Joseph Siegel
Appreciating translanguaging in student notes 2021
Sanja Nivesjö, Heidi Barends
Between "the lights and shadows" : Reading the new edition of Olive Schreiner's From Man to Man or Perhaps Only — 2021
Anna Swärdh
James Bell's Narrative of Cecilia Vasa's Journey to England : Travelogue as Encomium 2021
Marta Andersson
The climate of climate change : Impoliteness as a hallmark of homophily in YouTube comment threads on Greta Thunberg'senvironmental activism 2021
Anna Swärdh
Utter confusion on every side? Helena Northampton’s Supplicatory Letter to the Earl of Sussex 2021
Kathrin Kaufhold, Daniel Egil Yencken
Writing Groups as Dialogic Spaces : Negotiating Multiple Normative Perspectives 2021
Giles Whiteley
Wilde and Fin de Siècle London 2021
Giles Whiteley
Huysmans and Fin de Siècle Paris 2021
Giles Whiteley
Peter Collister (ed.), The American Scene by Henry James 2021
Kathrin Kaufhold, Daniel Egil Yencken
Academic writing centres in multilingual settings : Intermediary agents of higher education language policy? 2021
Joseph Siegel
Retentional effects of notetaking instruction in EAP courses 2021
Joakim Wrethed
Darklings of the World, Unite and Take Over : Om Keats, Morrissey, kärleken och döden 2021
Giles Whiteley
Lewis Carroll and ‘Dinah’ : An Unnoted Joke in the Oxford Pamphlets 2021
Giles Whiteley
The Origins of ‘Hedonism’ : A German Context and an Antedating 2021
Stefan Helgesson, Mads Rosendahl Thomsen
Literature and the world 2020
Maria Kuteeva
Revisiting the 'E' in EMI : students' perceptions of standard English, lingua franca and translingual practices 2019
Caroline Gentens
The factive-reported distinction in English 2020
Stef Spronck, An Van linden, Caroline Gentens,
et al.
Perspective persistence and irregular perspective shift : Mismatches in form-function pairings 2020

Notes from the field on perspective-indexing constructions : Irregular shifts and perspective persistence 2020

Language Perceptions and Practices in Multilingual Universities 2020
Maria Kuteeva, Kathrin Kaufhold, Niina Hynninen
Introduction : Language Perceptions and Practices in Multilingual Universities 2020
Niina Hynninen, Maria Kuteeva
Researchers’ Language Practices Concerning Knowledge Production and Dissemination : Discourses of Mono- and Multilingualism 2020
Maria Kuteeva
If not Engliish then what? Unpacking language hierarchies at university 2020
Niina Hynninen, Kathrin Kaufhold
The value of academics’ research-related online writing 2020
Giles Whiteley
The Aesthetics of Space in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, 1843-1907 2020
Helena Bodin, Stefan Helgesson, Markus Huss
Inscriptions of worldliness : linguistic materiality and the poetics of the vernacular 2020
Gregers Andersen
Climate Fiction and Cultural Analysis : A New Perspective on Life in the Anthropocene 2020

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