In addition to the research groups, a number of academic networks exist, which are typically characterised by a looser structure and a narrower activity profile, and often with members from across research groups and departments.
Academic networks at Culture and Global Studies
Centre for Danish-German Cultural Transfer
The Center for Danish-German Culture Transfer researches conducts research within cultural interactions between Denmark and Germany/Austria. The center wishes to contribute to an understanding of the cultural characteristics of these countries through contrastive research.
IRGiC - Interdisciplinary Research Group in Culture
The Interdisciplinary Research Group in Culture (IRGIC) consists of 24 researchers in the disciplines of Scandinavian, English, German, and Spanish literature and culture, the history of ideas and media history, and music. IRGIC organizes conferences and has published several peer reviewed anthologies.
NorLyr - The Nordic Modernist Poetry Network
The network Nordic Modernist Poetry (NorLyr) was established in 2003 by a number of poetry researchers from universities in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland. NorLyr, which consists of 16 researchers, organizes conferences, and has published several peer-reviewed anthologies.
C-Inter is a network for researchers who work theoretically and empirically with internationalisation processes in higher education, organisations and society.
NOPO - Research network on Nordic Populism
Nordic Populism (NOPO) is a research-based network founded by Norwegian NordForsk, whose purpose is to connect scholars in Nordic countries who are studying populism from various perspectives and from different disciplinary fields.
RGEPS - Research Group for European Studies
RGEPS is an international research network with participants from the universities in Aalborg, Barcelona (Autonoma) and Twente. The focus of the network are European policy studies. At the moment we are working on a joint project on the neighbourhood policy of the European Union called: 'EU - the good neighbour?'
Discourse and Society
The Discourse and Society Network explores various relationships between discourse and society, including how the two subject areas are mutually constitutive. In order to explore these areas in a forward-looking and visionary way, members of the network are interdisciplinary and they examine a number of discursive resources for social action including spoken language, written language, visual expression, architectural expression and other semiotic modes.
Nordic Literary History Now
Nordic Literary History Now is a research network supported by The joint committee of Nordic research councils in the humanities and social sciences (NOS-HS), dealing with the present state of literary history writing and teaching in the Nordic countries under the headings new frameworks for, new approaches to and new and renewed notions in literary history. The network comprises approximately 40 scholars from all of the Nordic countries.
UniMus - Centre for knowledge creation within cultural heritage and dissemination
UniMus works to foster collaboration between museums and universities and thus to facilitate knowledge exchange within a range of subjects, including history, (museum) communication and experience design. The center is based at Aalborg University and is open to all museums and universities.