Christian Carlsen


Fakultet for humaniora, idretts- og utdanningsvitenskap
Institutt for språk og litteratur
Campus Vestfold (D3-8)
Christian Carlsen (PhD) is an associate professor in English and teaches in language studies, teacher training, and further education programs at USN. His research interests include multilingualism in education, use of literature in English teaching, and medieval English and Scandinavian literature.





DPhil, English literature (University of Oxford, 2012)

MA, English literature (University of New Orleans, 2009)

BEd, Teacher training, years 5-10 (Salzburg, 2005)


Selected publications:

Teaching and Learning English. Cappelen Damm, 2020 (With Sara H. Iversen & Magne Dypedahl).

Multilingualism and Intercultural Competence. In: Teaching and learning English interculturally. Cappelen Damm, 2020.

101 Ways to work with communicative skills: theoretical and practical approaches in the English classroom. Fagbokforlaget. (With T. Burner & K. Kverndokken).

Teacher qualifications, perceptions and practices concerning multilingualism at a school for newly arrived students in Norway. International journal of multilingualism, 2019. (With T. Burner).

Reading Literature. In: Teaching and Learning English. Cappelen Damm. 2018.

Flerspråklighet i praksis: 10 praktiske undervisningsforslag for engelskundervisningen i flerspråklige klasserom. Bedre Skole 2017 (2).

English instruction in introductory classes in Norway. I: Kvalitet og kreativitet i klasserommet - ulike perspektiver på undervisning. Fagbokforlaget 2017 ISBN 978-82-450-2227-8. (With T. Burner)

Visions of the Afterlife in Old Norse Literature. Novus Forlag 2015 (ISBN 978-82-7099-836-4) 279 s. Bibliotheca Nordica (8) 2015