My main teaching

Since January 2017, I have been involved in the following courses at Aarhus University, Denmark, on a regular basis:

Other recently taught courses:

PhD students

Krestina Vendelbo Christensen (main supervisor)

Jonas Villumsen (co-supervisor; Ocke-Schwen Bohn as the main supervisor)

DSCF6938Photo: English Linguistics 3 – visit to the Women’s Museum in 2018 in the week on LVC and gender, sex, and sexuality.


Photo: English Linguistics 2 – History of the English Language – Laura brought schwa cupcakes (2018).


Photo: English Linguistics 2 – History of the English Language – recital of The Dream of the Rood with Lasse (2018).


Photo: English Linguistics 3 – Line is presenting the Department Stores study (2019).

Have a look at some of the works by my students:

Bisbo, L. 2017. “Breathy voice and fundamental frequency: portraying gender in The Danish Girl.” Leviathan 2: 71-91. [third-year BA project]

Hvass Holm, C. 2021. “What do you meme? The sociolinguistic potential of linguistic memes.” Leviathan 7: 1-20. [third-year BA project]

Jelle, J. 2017. “A study in Scarlett: creaky voice and romantic intention in Spike Jonze’s Her.” Leviathan 1: 35-44. [second-year UG course assignment]

Klinke, J. 2018. “Tentative language is kind of complicated, isn’t it? A critical overview.” Leviathan 3: 40-50. [second-year UG course assignment]

Matson, L. 2019. “Educational equality: mitigating linguistic discrimination in Second Language Teaching.” Leviathan 5: 13-24. [second-year UG course assignment]

Nordfeld Troelsen, T. 2021. “Linguistic profiling and discrimination in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.Leviathan 7: 75-89. [second-year UG course assignment]

Porsgaard, M. 2019. “Semiotic stereotypes: how being a Jewish stereotype, speaking Jewish English and being a negative character are correlated on South Park and Family Guy.” Leviathan 5: 33-45.

Richards, L. 2018. “Lifting the lid on the Upper-Crust Received Pronunciation: a real-time study in linguistic change.” Leviathan 3: 51-65. [second-year UG course assignment]

Sommerlund, K. 2017. “Critical overview: gender and language.” Leviathan 1: 16-26. [second-year UG course assignment]

Svendsen, A. D. 2018. “Lakoff and women’s language: a critical overview of the empirical evidence of Lakoff’s thesis.” Leviathan 4: 1-11. [second-year UG course assignment]

Student journals of relevance to LVC:

Language Works

Leviathan: Interdisciplinary Journal in English

Lifespans and Styles – Undergraduate Journal in Sociolinguistics

Guidance on ethics and data processing in Denmark here.

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