Trine Dahl has been working at NHH since 1985, first as Assistant Professor, then Associate Professor, and since 2008 as full Professor of English. She holds a doctorate in English linguistics from the University of Bergen.
Trine Dahl’s research belongs within pragmatics and discourse studies. Her two main projects in recent years have been in cooperation with research colleagues at the University of Bergen and financed by the Research Council of Norway: KIAP- Cultural identity in academic prose, studying writing styles in economics, linguistics and medicine in three different languages (2002-2006) as well as LINGCLIM –Linguistic representations of climate change discourse and their individual and collective interpretations, an interdisciplinary project investigating climate change discourse (2013-2016). With a research colleague, she has recently started a new project, Climate change in corporate discourse. Her work has appeared in journals such as Journal of Pragmatics, Text & Talk, Written Communication and Language & Communication. Her teaching portfolio at the bachelor level comprises courses on English for Business and a video-based introduction to academic writing (Norwegian); at the master level, intercultural communication and interpersonal communication skills for business; and at the PhD level, academic writing for research purposes (English).
Trine Dahl has been an expert member of several accreditation and assessment committees on higher education programmes involving professional language and communication.
Areas of expertise (Norwegian):
Akademisk skriving, Fagkommunikasjon
Selected publicationsMore publications in Cristin
Business institutions, business communication, academic writing, intercultural communication