French language and culture
The research of French language and culture covers three main areas: language, foreign language acquisition, and literature and culture.
- The linguistic research covers language variation, with a focus on language change, language-change mechanisms and sociolinguistics (variationist and social psychological).
- Within foreign language acquisition, the research is concerned with the principles of foreign language acquisition as well as how students of foreign languages obtain intercultural competencies with the foreign language.
- On the cultural and literary side, subjects covered include contemporary and historical French and Francophone literature and culture in a broad sense. The research is particularly concerned with what literaty texts say about their own time and how they are received and used.
Researchers and teachers
|Bettan, Robert||Part-time Lecturer|
|Boisen, Jørn||Associate Professor||+4535328406|
|Hansen, Anita Berit||Associate Professor||+4535328450|
|Hartling, Simon||Teaching Associate Professor||+4535330026|
|Kragh, Kirsten A. Jeppesen||Head of Studies||+4535328591|
|Lindschouw, Jan Juhl||Associate Professor||+4535328432|
|Toft, Kristian Olesen||PhD Fellow||+4524609060|
|Verstraete-Hansen, Lisbeth||Head of Department||+4535330089|
|Viala, Eric Louis Hippolyte||Teaching Associate Professor||+4535328898|