North American Studies

Research – Department of Teacher Education

North American Studies

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This research group is focused on establishing a local, national, and international network of educators, scholars, and NTNU students with research interests in North American studies. This diverse research area allows for truly inter/transdisciplinary topics covering an array of subjects such as native peoples, history, feminism, sexuality, legal studies, race, culture, art, literature, politics, education, linguistics and language acquisition, and much more. Our aim is to establish a platform for sharing research and establishing communications with scholars on an international level. We plan to take part in conferences, establish workshops and seminars, and develop and disseminate research within the research group. 

Members of research group

Members of research group

  • Assistant Professor Kristoffer Humphrey, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Dr. Amanda Konkle, Assistant Professor of English, Georgia Southern University, Armstrong Campus. Georgia, USA
  • Associate Professor Julia Leyda, Department of Art and Media Studies, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Warren Merkel, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Assistant Professor Helen Margaret Murray, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Hanna Musiol, Department of Language and Literature, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Tom Nurmi, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Assistant Professor Ingunn Ofte. Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Assistant Professor Marthe Sofie Pande-Rolfson, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Astrid Rasch, Department of Language and Literature, NTNU
  • Assistant Professor Maren S. Rasmussen, Department of Teacher Education, NTNU
  • Dr. Sarah Schuetze, University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA
  • Dr. Leah Toth, St. Norbert College. Wisconsin, USA