Thesis Defence: “Evidential marking in spoken English: Linguistic functions and gender variation”
‘The Cultural and Sensory Geographies of Ben Jonson’s “Epicene” (1609)’
"Words Sculpted Out of Grief: Édouard Glissant, M. Nourbese Philip, Jason deCaires Taylor, and the Unritual"
WIP-seminar: "16th-century letters and travel writing"
Fulbright Lecture 2020
The U.S. Mexico Border and Mexican Americans: Contradictions of U.S. History
The Swedish Institute for North American Studies (SINAS) conducts research, offers courses and promotes the study of North America. It is the only institute of its kind in Sweden. Founded in 1985, we are a section within the Department of English and work closely with our colleagues in American literature at the department. We offer a number of courses in American Studies.
We also serve as a resource for the larger community of scholars at Uppsala University interested in North America, and cooperate with scholars in education, the humanities, law, social sciences, and theology.