Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication

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Recent publications

3 articles from Gisle Andersen in 2015:

1. "Pseudo-borrowings as cases of pragmatic borrowing: Focus on Anglicisms in Norwegian." In: Furiassi, Cristiano & Henrik Gottlieb (eds.). Pseudo-English: Studies on false Anglicisms in Europe. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 123-144.
2."Relevance." In: Aijmer, Karin & Christoph Rühlemann. Corpus Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 143-168.
3. Andersen, Gisle & Ole Våge. "Fagfolk som ordsmedar." Språknytt 1/2015: 22-23.

Trine Dahl's latest article, "Contested science in the media: linguistic traces of news writers’ framing activity", was published in this year's first issue of the international journal Written Communication (32 (1), 39-65).

Professor Emerita Ingrid Simonnæs' book about legal translation "Basiswissen deutsches Recht für Übersetzer" (Berlin: Frank & Timme) was launched recently at the International Book Fair in Leipzig 2015.  

Contact information


Head of Department
Anne Kari Bjørge


Administration Manager
Maja Dame

Address:
NHH, Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication
Helleveien 30
NO-5045 Bergen
Norway

Phone: +47 55 95 98 25
E-mail: fsk@nhh.no