Research projects

Research projects

Our staff are involved in a large number of research projects. Please see the Swedish site for more information. You may also check out the personal homepages, some of them have information in English. In Swedish: Personliga hemsidor.

Mona Blåsjö (Foto: Elsa Adrielsson), Carla Jonsson (Foto: Eva Dalin)

Professional Communication and Digital Media (2016–2019)

Professional communication and Digital Media: Complexity, Mobility and Multilingualism in the Global Workplace. The project’s focus is on how senior staff handle complexity in order to maintain good leadership and the ability to work efficiently.We investigate the everyday work-life of managers in multilingual companies. How do they communicate? What languages are used and how? How is speech, writing and IT tools used? What are the links between communication, leadership, identity and agency?

Interaction and Variation in Pluricentric Languages (IVIP) (2013–2020)

Interaction and Variation in Pluricentric Languages – Communicative Patterns in Sweden Swedish and Finland Swedish is a research programme by partners Stockholm University, University of Helsinki , University of Turku and the Institute for Language and Folklore in Gothenburg.

165 projekt mnld

The Medieval Nordic Legal Dictionary (MNLD)

MNLD is a three-year project aimed at the production of a Nordic-English lexicon devoted to the vast array of legal terminology found in medieval Scandinavian texts. It was first proposed during a meeting of the ongoing Medieval Nordic Laws (MNL) project in 2010, and the dictionary is being constructed on the basis of the English translations being produced by scholars engaged in MNL.

Fornsvensk bibliografi & Svensk runbibliografi

Old Swedish bibliography & Swedish runic bibliography

Old Swedish bibliography and Swedish runic bibliography are on line bibliographies provided by the Department of Scandinavian Languages at Stockholm University.

Cecilia Falk. Foto: Pia Nordin

Professor Cecilia Falk

Contact PhD students, editor dissertations and writing series

Tomas Riad. Foto: Pontus Nilsson

Professor Tomas Riad

Director of Studies Research Programme

Tel: +46 8 16  36 38