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Listed here is a selection of our own journal and book series.
For full publication lists please visit the respective researcher's homepage:

Marianne Wolf Lundholt

Klarissa Lueg

Ann Starbæk Bager

Anne Merete Lyngroes Fladmose

CLaW: Communication and Language at Work

Communication and Language at Work is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal focusing on (communicative and discursive) practices relating to organizations. With a view to disciplines, the journal invites contributions navigating sociological and philosophical considerations of communication, knowledge, agency, and organization. Empirically, our authors investigate subjects in diverse research areas, from communication to critical management studies and education, psychology, political science, and intercultural studies. We publish research investigating the phenomenon of work with various foci: theoretical considerations on organizational behavior are as welcome as empirical case studies on agent groups at the workplace, and studies on the embeddedness of work organizations in communicative webs of culture, politics, economics, and other aspects.

CLaW is a cooperation between CNS and Com Org-Communicating Organizations, headed by Peter Kastberg, Aalborg University.

We always welcome new submissions. Please visit our Authors Guidelines to learn more about the process.

Culture, Practice & Europeanization 

Culture, Practice & Europeanization (CPE). Klarissa Lueg. Founding Co-Editor. Journal Homepage. Open and permanent call for papers.

K&K. Kultur og Klasse. Per Krogh Hansen. Co-Editor. Journal HomepageCalls for papers.

Our Book Series

Writings from the Center of Narratological Studies is a peer reviewed book series. The peer review is performed prior to publication by an external, skilled researcher within the field of interest. The series is edited by Per Krogh Hansen.

Most recent volume (Vol. 5)Krogh Hansen, P., Skov Nielsen, H., Slot Grumsen, S., Andersen Kraglund, R. (eds.) (2017). Expectations. Writings from the Center of Narratological Studies, 5. Medusa.

Earlier volumes (Vol. 1-4):

Vol. 1: Per Krogh Hansen & Marianne Wolff Lundholt, Eds.: When We Get to the End ...: Towards a Narratology of the Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen(2005)

Vol. 2: Marianne Wolff LundholtTelling without Tellers: The Linguistic Manifestation of Literary Communication in Narrative Fiction(2008)

Vol. 3: Per Krogh Hansen, Ed.: Borderliners: Searching the Boundaries of Narrativity and Narratology/Afsøgning af narrativitetens og narratologiens grænser(2009)

Vol. 4:Marianne Wolff Lundholt, Ed.:Fortælling i virksomhedens tjeneste: Corporate Storytelling som kommunikationsredskab(2011)


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Last Updated 28.09.2020