Margrete Dyvik Cardona to FSK
Margrete Dyvik Cardona from Norway has taken up a permanent position as Associate Professor of Spanish linguistics at the Department of Professional and Intercultural and Communication. Corpus linguistics, discourse analysis and migration studies are her main research interests.
"What I really like about working at NHH is that the relevance to society of the research conducted here is so clearly visible. I also appreciate the possibility of working with colleagues from disciplines other than my own. Also the social environment of our department is exceptionally good", Margrete Dyvik Cardona explains.
This autumn, Margrete is teaching the course SPA10 Spanish language (taught in Norwegian).
Her latest research includes a study on how Colombian newspapers frame the concept of poverty. Once she has settled in at NHH, Margrete will start a research project in which she will investigate how American newspapers linguistically frame Mexican immigrants to the US.
Margrete is from Norway, and has her master’s and doctor degrees from the University of Bergen, both in Spanish linguistics.
She has held teaching positions at the University of Bergen, where she has taught subjects such as Spanish linguistics, general linguistics, translation, academic writing and psycholinguistics. The last four years at the University of Bergen, she held a position as Associate Professor of Spanish.