Centre for Interaction Research and Communication Design (CIRCD) is co-organizer behind a conference on development of visions for Denmark's waterline.
- Seminar offering an international forum for debate of issues related to the genre(s) of authors’ poetics.
Danish and Scandinavian languages, literature and culture is at the centre of our research. There is also a strong research environment within linguistics and gender studies.
The department offers a broad range of study programmes - from Danish and Finnish Studies to Linguistics and IT and Cognition.
We offer Danish language and literature courses to international students at the University of Copenhagen.
International students at the University of Copenhagen can follow electives taught in English at the Department. In the summer 2015 a summer school in Indo-European is offered: Roots of Europe
Poul Behrendt and Mads Bunch have released an anthology on autofiction.
Bente Rosenbeck received the KRAKA research prize for the book "Is science gendered? - women in research"