Italian language and culture
The research of Italian language and culture covers language and literature, history and society and translation studies.
Historically, the research of Italian language and culture has concentrated on literature and language. Today, the research also comprises subjects within Italian history and current events in Italian society. The literary research focuses on modern authors and current Italian crime fiction, and also, more recently, on migrant and postcolonial literature. The language research covers the many varieties of Italian in both contemporary and historical perspectives, the differences between written and spoken language as well as formal and informal usage. Translation studies is central to the research of Italian language and culture.
Researchers and teachers
|Andersen, Anders||Assistant lecturer||+45 353-34161|
|Calledda, Agnethe Grazia Sørensen||Assistant lecturer||+45 353-31389|
|Giese, Jacob||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-30029|
|Graversen, Carina||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-34095|
|Jansen, Hanne||Associate professor||+45 353-28439|
|Jensen, Viggo Bank||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-30036|
|Lausten, Pia Schwarz||Associate professor||+45 353-28461|
|Madsen, Lorens Juul||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-30050|
|Persiani, Giuseppe Francesco R||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-36980|
|Strudsholm, Erling||Associate professor||+45 353-28437|