Gisle Andersen has been in his current position as professor of English linguistics and business communication at NHH since 2008. He holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Bergen/University College London and received his Dr. Art. degree from the University of Bergen in May 2000. He has been Research Director at Aksis (later Uni Research Computing) and worked in the language technology industry as a product developer of Norwegian speech synthesis. Gisle Andersen has coordinated several externally financed projects and is currently responsible for the project Termportalen (terminologi.no), which develops a national portal for terminology across a wide range of scholarly fields, within the RCN-funded CLARINO project. He is also technical coordinator for the GLAD Global Anglicism Database project.
He is a member of the National Committee for Language Standardisation and of the Norwegian Academic Council for English Studies.
Gisle Andersen has published widely in his fields of expertise with Journal of Pragmatics, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, Nordic Journal of Linguistics, Cambridge University Press, Mouton de Gruyter and John Benjamins, among others.
Areas of expertise (Norwegian):
Pragmatikk og diskursanalyse, Engelsk språk og norsk språk, Språknormering og språkpolitikk, Terminologi og leksikografi
|Andersen, Gisle||Det måtte bli «koronaen»||Språknytt (1); page 14 - 16; 2021|
|Andersen, Gisle||Phraseology in a cross-linguistic perspective: A diachronic and corpus-based account||Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory; 2020|
|Andersen, Gisle||Three cases of phraseological borrowing: A comparative study of as if, Oh wait and the ever construction in the Scandinavian languages||Ampersand; 2020|
|Andersen, Gisle||Relevance||Corpus Pragmatics; page 143 - 168; 2015|
|Andersen, Gisle; Graedler, Anne-Line||Morphological borrowing from English to Norwegian: The enigmatic non-possessive -s||Nordic Journal of Linguistics Volume 43 (1); page 3 - 31; 2020|
|Andersen, Gisle||Phraseology in a cross-linguistic perspective: introducing the diachronic-contrastive corpus method||Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English Volume 20; 2019|
|Gottlieb, Henrik; Andersen, Gisle; Ulrich, Busse; Mańczak-Wohlfeld, Elżbieta; Peterson, Elizabeth; Pulcini, Virginia||Introducing and developing GLAD – The Global Anglicism Database Network||The ESSE Messenger Volume 27 (2); page 4 - 19; 2018|
|Andersen, Gisle||Corpus construction||Methods in Pragmatics; page 467 - 494; 2018|
English business language, British civilisation, Intercultural communication, English grammar