Daniel Lees Fryer

Faculty of Business, Languages and Social Sciences
Norwegian version of this page Position
Assistant Professor
Study place
Office nr.

Academic interests

Linguistics, social semiotics, multimodality, discourse analysis; scientific/medical discourse, the discourse of social movements, human-nonhuman animal relations

Courses taught

Grammar and Phonetics I (link in Norwegian)

Grammar and Phonetics II (link in Norwegian)

Multimodal Texts (link in Norwegian)



Teaches on the English foundation and English extension courses. Writing PhD on medical research discourse. More info here


  • Member of faculty board (link in Norwegian)
  • Coordinator for English foundation course (link in Norwegian), English extension course (link in Norwegian), and bachelor in society, language, and culture (link in Norwegian)
  • Union representative for Norwegian Association of Researchers (Forskerforbundet)


Member of Nordic Society for Systemic Functional Linguistics and Social Semiotics and International Systemic Functional Linguistics Association 

Peer review work for Text & Talk and Functions of Language


  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2016). Cut and Paste: Recontextualizing Meaning-Material in a Digital Environment, In Sheena Gardner & Sian Alsop (ed.),  Systemic Functional Linguistics in the Digital Age.  Equinox Publishing.  ISBN 9781781792384.  9.  s 151 - 165
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2015). Sonifying the Higgs: Choice and Coding Orientation in the Recontextualization of Quantitative Data, In Gunhild Kvåle; Eva Maagerø & Aslaug Veum (ed.),  Kontekst, språk og multimodalitet: Nyere sosialsemiotiske perspektiver.  Fagbokforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-321-0433-8.  Kapittel 7.  s 123 - 137
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2014). Story of an image: notes on the recontextualization of a digital research-article figure, In Sian Alsop & Sheena Gardner (ed.),  Language in a digital age: be not afraid of digitality.  Coventry University.  ISBN 9781846000515.  Extended abstract.  s 50 - 56
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Exploring the dialogism of academic discourse: heteroglossic engagement in medical research articles, In Gisle Andersen & Kristin Bech (ed.),  English corpus linguistics : variation in time, space and genre : selected papers from ICAME 32.  Rodopi.  ISBN 978-90-420-3679-6.  Kapittel.  s 183 - 207 Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2012). Analysis of the generic discourse features of the English-language medical research article: A systemic-functional approach. Functions of Language.  ISSN 0929-998X.  19(1), s 5- 37 . doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/fol.19.1.01fry

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  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2019). Ludditter?. Klassekampen.  ISSN 0805-3839.  s 21- 21
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2017). Brexit: Hvor ble det av venstresida?. radikalportal.no.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2017). ¡No pasarán! (Re)enacting the Battle of Cable Street on Social Media. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2016). Coffee and cinnamon buns: on the deployment and intersemiotic potential of smell. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2016). Slaget ved Cable Street – en seier for antifascismen. radikalportal.no.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2015). Samuel Beckett og akademisk skriving: Fordeler med å skrive på et andre- eller fremmedspråk, I: Kari Mari Jonsmoen & Marit Greek (red.),  Språkmangfold i utdanningen.  Gyldendal Akademisk.  ISBN 978-82-05-46026-3.  Kapittel 6.  s 97 - 108 Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2014). Review of "Reading Visual Narratives: Image Analysis of Children’s Picture Books" (2013) by Painter, Martin, and Unsworth. Linguistics and the human sciences.  ISSN 1742-2906.  10(3), s 312- 321 . doi: 10.1558/lhs.v10i3.19618
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2014). Review of Verdaguer, Isabel, Natalia Judith Laso, and Danica Salazar (Eds). 2013. Biomedical English: A Corpus-based Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Nordic Journal of English Studies (NJES).  ISSN 1654-6970.  13(3), s 218- 227
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees & Patel, Tulpesh (2014). Conference organizers for Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP) 8th Summer Seminar.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Heteroglossic engagement and generic staging in English-language medical research articles. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). "Music is in everything": using sound to present (and perform) data in academic-literacies research. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Review of Painter, Martin, and Unsworth (2013) "Reading Visual Narratives: Image Analysis of Children's Picture Books". Linguistlist.  ISSN 1068-4875.  24(2565)
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Review of Pérez-Llantada (2012) "Scientific Discourse and the Rhetoric of Globalization". Linguistlist.  ISSN 1068-4875.  24(565)
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Samuel Beckett og akademisk skriving: mulige fordeler med å skrive på et fremmedspråk i en akademisk kontekst. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Sonifying the Higgs: choice and coding orientation in the sonification of data. Show summary
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Story of an image: notes on the recontextualization of a digital research-article figure. Show summary
  • Gulden, Ann Torday; Patel, Tulpesh & Fryer, Daniel Lees (2013). Conference organizers for Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP) 7th Summer Seminar.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2012). Whose voice is it, anyway? Voice, positioning, and expectation in academic writing.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2011). Engaging with the literature, engaging with the reader: evaluation in academic writing.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2011). Exploring the dialogism of academic discourse: appraisal in a multimodal corpus of medical research articles.
  • Fryer, Daniel Lees (2011). Tale + skrift ≈ sant. Klassekampen.  ISSN 0805-3839.
  • Gulden, Ann Torday; Fryer, Daniel Lees & Solli, Kristin (2010). 'Not too happy, but I just have to do it':Challenges in using English as method of instruction.

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Published June 12, 2018 4:27 PM - Last modified Jan. 10, 2019 2:10 PM