Spanish language and culture

The research of Spanish language and culture is divided among three main areas and covers the Spanish speaking world (primarily Spain and Latin America).

  • Some researchers within history, culture and society focus on Spain in the 20th century, with particular emphasis on the Spanish Civil War, World War II, the political transition in the 1970's as well as current Spanish politics. Others focus on Latin American culture and society within the framework of  the Centre for Latin American Studies.
  • The research within Spanish speaking literature comprises the following primary research areas: Spanish literature from the Baroque Period and the 20th century and Latin American literature from the 20th century. 
  • The linguistic research puts an emphasises on grammar and variation, language usage in Spain and Latin America and foreign language acquisition and pedagogy. Several researchers are affiliated to the departmental research platform "Norm, variation, language change".

Researchers and teachers

NameTitlePhoneE-mail
Andersen, Katrine HeleneAssociate professor +45 353-28415E-mail
de Higes Andino, AndreaPart-time lecturer +45 353-30043E-mail
Drengsted-Nielsen, ClausPart-time lecturer +45 353-30031E-mail
Gustafsson, JanAssociate professor +45 353-28449E-mail
Heiberg, Morten RieversProfessor +45 353-28618E-mail
Hernández-Flores, NievesAssociate professor +45 353-28441E-mail
Jensen, Julio Hans C.Associate professor +45 353-28455E-mail
Pedersen, JohanAssociate professor +45 353-28428E-mail
Pillon, EzioPart-time lecturer +45 353-30046E-mail