Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity in Foreign Language Studies

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Contents
Hans Lauge Hansen: Foreign Language Studies and Interdisciplinarity7
Discussions on the Theoretical Foundation of Foreign Language Studies
Karen Risager: A Social and Cultural View of Language21
Helge Jordheim: Philology of the Future, Futures of Philology. Interdisciplinarity, Intertemporality, and Begriffsgeschichte35
Mette Steenberg: Cognitive Models. Language and Thought in Cultural Studies51
A Novel Look at Traditional Disciplines of Foreign Language Studies
Hanne Leth Andersen, Merete Birkelund & Thora Vinther: Traditional and New Approaches to Theoretical Grammar Teaching65
Jørn Boisen & Pia Schwarz Lausten: The study of literature – Does it matter, and if so, why?77
Sofie Nielsen: Cultural Orientation and Interdisciplinarity. The German debate on Literaturwissenschaft als Kulturwissenschaft91
Francesco Caviglia : 'Advanced literacy'. Bridging traditions in the study of language and culture105
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Foreign Language Studies
Edmond Cros: Towards a Sociocritical Theory of the Text121
Inge Degn, Lisbeth Verstraete Hansen, Anne Magnussen, Jens Rahbek Rasmussen: The Construction and Deconstruction of Nation and Identity in Modern Belgium131
Johan Pedersen & Teresa Cadierno: Construction Grammar and Second Language Acquisition: A Cognitive Understanding of Language in a Contrastive Perspective151
Nina Nørgaard: Challenging the Boundaries: Exploring the Interface of Linguistics and Literature169
Jan Gustafsson: Narratives of Natives: The construction of the Other as object of aid183
The Deconstruction of the Eurocentric Perspective of Foreign LanguageStudies
Heidi Bojsen & Ingemai Larsen: Narrating Postcolonial Nations: Reading Homi Bhabha's Notions197
Anne Marie Jeppesen & Ken Henriksen : Studies of postcolonialism and the Latin American tradition: National Identities and Indigenous struggles211
Bernard Mouralis & Heidi Bojsen: African Literature Today: The Stakes in Teaching and Research229
List of Authors242

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