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The Graduate School in Language and Culture in Europe

is a collective name for the linguistic and literary research at the Department of Culture and Communication (IKK). The Graduate School thus comprises both the Department's established research and its postgraduate education in Comparative Literature and Linguistics. 
The common thread linking the Graduate School as a whole is its focus on the study of language processes and products in their cultural context and in a European perspective. This orientation is in character both cross-disciplinary and multidisciplinary and has three principal angles of approach: cultural theory, literary theory and linguistic theory.

Read more about us and our activities by clicking on the links on the left. Please direct questions in the first place to this website, otherwise to Carin Franzén, carin.franzen@liu.se .

New Publications

Jan Anward's article 'Dialogue and tradition: the open secret of language' has been published in Grammar and Dialogism (De Gruyter 2014), edited by Susanne Günthner, Wolfgang Imo & Jörg Bücker.

Recontextualising Memory (read more)

A conference to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Graduate School in Language and Culture in Europe at Linköping University, Linköping October 6-9, 2010

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Last updated: 2018-10-24