In Preparation / Forthcoming

  • Fryer, Daniel Lees. 2020. Grieg in the Henhouse: 12 Seconds at the Contested Intersections of Human and Nonhuman Animal Interests. In Meatsplaining: The Animal Agriculture Industry and the Rhetoric of Denial. Edited by Jason Hannan. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees. 2020. Forming a New Song within the Shell of the Old: Processes of Transformation, Recontextualization, and Prefiguration in the Lyrics of Joe Hill’s “The Preacher and the Slave”. In Song Translation Studies: Lyrics in Context(s). Edited by Johan Franzon, Annjo K. Greenall, Sigmund Kvam, Anastasia Parianou. Berlin: Frank & Timme.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees. 2021. Engagement in Medical Research Discourse. New York: Routledge.

Book Chapters and Journal Articles

Book Reviews

Conference Papers

  • “#AllCatsAreBeautiful: Resisting State Power and Other Forms of Oppression on Social Media”, Paper at State Violence Research Network, Manchester, England, April 9-10, 2020. Paper presented digitally via the State Violence Research Network website.
  • “Friske, rene, hardt arbeidende, norske kuer: dyrevelferd, miljøvern og det nasjonale på melkekartonger og pizzaesker” [Healthy, clean, hard-working, Norwegian cows: animal welfare, environmentalism, and ‘the national’ on milk cartons and pizza boxes], Paper at 15th Nordic Systemic Functional Linguistics and Social Semiotics Conference (NSFL 15), Universitetet i Sør-Øst Norge, Vestfold, Norway, November 14-15, 2019.
  • “#AllCatsAreBeautiful: Visual-Verbal Representations of Cats in Online Liberationist Discourses”, Paper at European Association of Critical Animal Studies (EACAS), Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, May 22-24, 2019.
  • “¡No pasarán! (Re)enacting the Battle of Cable Street on Social Media,” Paper at the 27th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference (ESFLC)Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, June 28 – July 1, 2017. Presentation available here.
  • “Coffee and Cinnamon Buns: On the Deployment and Intersemiotic Potential of Smell,” Paper at the 26th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference (ESFLC)University of Salzburg, Austria, July 13-15, 2016. Presentation available here.
  • “Sonifying the Higgs: Choice and Coding Orientation in the Sonification of Data,” Paper at 9th Nordic Workshop in Systemic-Functional Linguistics and Social Semiotics, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, November 7-8, 2013. Paper available here. Material for this paper can be accessed here.
  • “Mulige fordeler med å skrive på et fremmedspråk i en akademisk kontekst” [Possible advantages of writing in a foreign language in an academic context], Talk at Skriveuka [Writing Week], Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Oslo, Norway, September 3, 2013. Presentation available here.
  • “Heteroglossic Engagement and Generic Staging in English-Language Medical Research Articles,” Paper at the 40th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC40), Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China, July 15-19, 2013. Paper available here. See also blog.
  • “Story of an Image: Notes on the Recontextualization of a Digital Research-Article Figure,” Paper at the 24th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW24), Coventry University, England, July 1-3, 2013. Paper available here. See also blog.
  • “‘Music Is in Everything’: Using Sound to Present (and Perform) Data in Academic-Literacies Research,” Paper and Performance at Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP)Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Oslo, Norway, June 6-7, 2013. Presentation here. Related blogs here and here.
  • “Engagement and the Generic Staging of Medical Research Articles,” Talk at Corpus Linguistics Group meeting, University of Oslo, Norway, April 25, 2013. Abstract here. Presentation here.
  • “Whose Voice Is It, Anyway? Voice, Positioning, and Expectation in Academic Writing,” Talk at Skriveuka [Writing Week], Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Oslo, Norway, October 23-25, 2012. Presentation available here.
  • “Engaging with the Literature, Engaging with the Reader: Evaluation in Academic Writing,” Presentation at the Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP), Oslo University College, Norway, June 9-10, 2011. Program and abstract available here.
  • “Exploring the Dialogism of Academic Discourse: Appraisal in a Multimodal Corpus of Medical Research Articles.” Work-in-Progress Paper at ICAME 32, University of Oslo, Norway, June 1-5, 2011.
  • “Intersubjective Positioning in Medical Research Discourse,” Presentation at English-Language Seminar series, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, January 25, 2011. Abstract available here.
  • “Intersubjective Positioning in Medical Research Discourse,” Presentation at the Corpus Linguistics Group meeting, University of Oslo, Norway, December 8, 2010. Abstract available here.
  • “‘Not Too Happy, But I Just Have to Do It’: Challenges in Using English as the Medium of Instruction,” Workshop at the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication (NIC), Oslo University College, Norway, November 25-27, 2010, with Ann Torday Gulden and Kristin Solli. Program and abstract available here.
  • “Encouraging the Production of Spoken English in EAP Courses for University Staff: A Participant-Centered Approach,” Presentation at the Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP), Oslo University College, Norway, June 17-18, 2010. Abstract available here.
  • “A Personalized Corpus Approach to Developing Academic English Writing Skills: Initial Experiences from an Ongoing Pilot Course,” Presentation at the Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP), Oslo University College, Norway, June 8-9, 2009. Abstract available here.
  • “Using English for Academic Purposes: Rhetorical and Linguistic Strategies for the Effective Communication of Biomedical Research,” Lecture at PhD Forum, Center for Cancer Biomedicine,Norwegian Radium Hospital, University of Oslo, Norway, April 21, 2009. Presentation available here.
  • “Using Self-Compiled, Discipline-Specific Corpora as a Practical Learning-Research Tool for Developing Written Language Skills in English for Academic Purposes,” Presentation at Research Seminar for “Writing in Education and the Workplace,” Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway, April 14-15, 2009. Presentation available here

Other Writings, Other Work