Daniel Ihrmark is a doctoral candidate in the department of languages at Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. His Ph.D. project has dealt with the implementation of digital tools within language teaching, especially within the realm of second language learner diagnostics in English as an additional language. He has also performed research on the language development of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway using digital methods and has a keen interest in 1920s American fiction and the ‘lost generation’. The work on Ernest Hemingway has focused on the author’s language development over the course of his career and has been published in The Hemingway Review. Recent work on F. Scott Fitzgerald includes a comparative analysis of Swedish language translations of the novel Tender is the Night. Daniel is also active within the Educational Linguistics environment at Linnaeus University, which explores the role and use of language in educational contexts through transdisciplinary efforts. The work presented at this conference is based on a resource created during the BAL-ADRIA summer school of 2019, which was created in order to allow the researchers to explore digitally-borne horror narratives based on fiction present in an online repository.
CV updated on 2022-10-01.