• Language use in and about the net drama series SKAM
    Vol 10 No 2 (2019)

    On January 30 2018, the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark, hosted a symposium entitled “Sproget i og omkring SKAM” (“The language in and around SKAM”). After the symposium, we issued a call on behalf of the journal Scandinavian Studies in Language, and two articles were published as a result, namely Jennifer Duggan and Anne Dahl’s article Fan translations of SKAM: Challenging Anglo linguistic and popular cultural hegemony in a transnational fandomand Elisabeth Muth Andersen and Søren Vigild Poulsen’s contribution Viewing, listening and reading along: Linguistic and multimodal constructions of viewer participation in the net series SKAM.

  • The Social Life of Interjections
    Vol 10 No 1 (2019)

    The explicit goal of the issue is to bring together Scandinavian and global perspectives on interjections.

  • Vol 6 No 3 (2015)

    Temanummer om forholdet mellem sprog og identitet

  • Questioning Questions in Language, Culture and Cognition
    Vol 11 No 1 (2020)

    This issue investigates the functions of interrogative speech acts in cognition regarded as a distributed, culture-based process. The first article by Borchmann, Mortensen & Tranekjær is an introduction to the theme. The subsequent eleven articles are grouped into three sections under three themes.

    Class, form and function includes three articles addressing issues related to classification and analysis of questions and identification of stable relations between form and function: Niels Møller Nielsen; Simon Borchmann; Johannes Heim & Martina Wiltschko.

    Multifunctionality and context comprises five articles, four identifying and describing genre-specific, interaction type-specific or activity-crossing functions of questions, and one focusing on deceptive or evasive answers from a verbal as well as non-verbal analytical perspective: Louise Tranekjær; Patricia Mayes & Mary Clinkenbeard; Rita Finkbeiner; Winnie Collin; Dawn Archer

    Systems, variation and change includes three articles suggesting or adopting a global perspective on questioning sequences, and accounting for the relation between the local and the global level of dialogical systems that serve specific purposes: Eva-Maria Graf, Frédérick Dionne & Thomas Spranz-Fogasy; Sune Sønderberg Mortensen; Line Brink Worsøe & Thomas Wiben Jensen.