Daniel Lees Fryer is associate professor of English at Østfold University College, Norway. His teaching and research interests include linguistics, social semiotics, multimodality, and discourse analysis, especially in the areas of scientific/medical discourse, the discourse of social movements, and human-nonhuman animal relations.
Recent and Forthcoming
- Articles in Klassekampen and Radikal Portal: Is the State the Solution? and London Poll Tax Riot 30 Years On (both in Norwegian)
- Article for PanMeMic Research Collective: Love and Mutual Aid in the Time of Corona
- Conference paper: “#AllCatsAreBeautiful: Resisting State Power and Other Forms of Oppression on Social Media”, State Violence Research Network, Manchester, England, April 9-10, 2020
- Book chapters: Smell as Social Semiotic: On the Deployment and Intersemiotic Potential of Smell and Multiplying Engagement: Visual-Verbal Intersemiosis in an Online Medical Research Article
- Book: Engagement in Medical Research, New York: Routledge (forthcoming, 2021)