Michal KrzyzanowskiTitle: Professor School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Phone: +46 19 303481
About Michal Krzyzanowski
Professor Michał Krzyżanowski holds a Chair in Media and Communication Studies at Örebro University, Sweden. At Örebro University's Media and Communication Department since 2013, Michał has held a number of roles including as Director of Research and PhD Programme or as the Head of 'Discourse, Communication & Media' Research Centre. Since 2017, Michał has also been affiliated to the 'Discourse & Society' Research Group in Communication and Media, University of Liverpool, UK, and in 2018-19 he was also Albert Bonnier Jr. Guest Professor in Media Studies at Stockholm University.
Michał is one of the leading and key internationally recognised experts in critical discourse studies of political, policy and organisational communication as well as of media and journalism. He is particularly known for his work on right-wing populism, normalisation of racism, politics of exclusion, and anti-immigration rhetoric as well as for his research on neoliberal discourses and dynamics of democracy in the context of socio-political transformations. He is also recognised for methodological innovations in qualitative social science and critical discourse research, including discourse-ethnographic analysis of organisational and journalistic practices or discourse-conceptual analysis of political, policy and media discourse.
Michał is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Language and Politics - a leading, interdisciplinary and critical forum for analysing language, discourse and wider communication in all social processes and dynamics deemed as political. He is also a co-editor of the book series Bloomsbury Advances in Critical Discourse Studies and sits on a number of editorial boards including of Critical Discourse Studies or Social Semiotics journals or DATA Browser book series.
For more information on recent projects and publications see Michał's Google Scholar or his Twitter Profile.