Disciplines and Interdisciplinarity in Foreign Language Studies

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Hanne Leth Andersen, Ph.D., is Senior Lecturer at the University of Aarhus. Recent publications:

“La politesse véhiculée par le vague : l'exemple d'un peu, de presque et de peut-être en français parlé”. In: Pusch & Raible (eds): Romanistische Korpuslinguistik: Korpora und gesprochene Sprache, ScriptOralia 126. Tübingen, Narr. 2002.

“Modern Language Studies in Current Educational Planning”. In: Hansen (ed.), Changing Philologies. Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum Press, 2002.

With Christa Thomsen (eds), Sept approches à un corpus. Analyses du français parlé. Genève, Lang (forthcoming).

Merete Birkelund, Ph.D., is Senior Lecturer at the University of Southern

Denmark. Recent publications:

Modalité et temporalité dans les contrats commerciaux rédigés en français. Une analyse des temps verbaux dans les énoncés performatifs. University of Southern Denmark, 2000.

With Boysen & Kjærsgaard (eds.), Aspects de la modalité. Tübingen, Max Niemeyer 2003.

With Bache & Nørgaard (eds.), Ny Forskning i Grammatik. Christiansminde, University of Southern Denmark, 2003.

Jørn Boisen, Ph.D., is Senior Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen. He is the author of studies on 20th century French fiction, focusing in particular on the relationship between philosophy and the novel, and of two books, on Romain Gary, Un picaro métaphysique, Odense, Odense University Press, 1996, and on Milan Kundera, Milan Kundera - En introduction, Copenhagen, Gyldendal, 2001.

Heidi Bojsen, Ph.D. student at the University of Copenhagen. Recent publications: “Le leurre théorique du multiculturalisme.” Portulan 4, 2002.

“Entretien avec Patrick Chamoiseau”. In: Degn (ed.), Actes de colloque. Romansk Institut, AU, 2001.

“L'hybridation comme tactique de “résistance” chez Patrick Chamoiseau : Un espace comparatiste : La Caraïbe”. Revue de Littérature Comparée 2, 2002.

“Flash-Backs of an Orchid: Rhizomic Narration and Identity in Patrick Chamoiseau's Biblique des derniers gestes”. In: Handley, Caribbean Literature and the Environment: Between Nature and Culture. Ithaca, University Press of Virginia (forthcoming).

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