Bernhard Forchtner
TitleCited byYear
Critique, the discourse–historical approach, and the Frankfurt School
B Forchtner
Critical Discourse Studies 8 (1), 1-14, 2011
902011
The interplay of language ideologies and contextual cues in multilingual interactions: Language choice and code-switching in European Union institutions
R Wodak, M Krzyżanowski, B Forchtner
Language in Society 41 (2), 157-186, 2012
672012
Embattled Vienna 1683/2010: Right-wing populism, collective memory and the fictionalisation of politics
R Wodak, B Forchtner
Visual Communication 13 (2), 231-255, 2014
462014
Mediatization, right-wing populism and political campaigning: The case of the Austrian Freedom Party
B Forchtner, M Krzyżanowski, R Wodak
Media talk and political elections in Europe and America, 205-228, 2013
352013
Theories and concepts in critical discourse studies: Facing challenges, moving beyond foundations
M Krzyżanowski, B Forchtner
Discourse & Society 27 (3), 253-261, 2016
312016
Critique and argumentation: On the relation between the discourse-historical approach and pragma-dialectics
B Forchtner, A Tominc
Journal of Language and Politics 11 (1), 31-50, 2012
312012
Narrating a ‘new Europe’: From ‘bitter past’to self-righteousness?
B Forchtner, C Kølvraa
Discourse & Society 23 (4), 377-400, 2012
302012
Collective learning in social fields: Bourdieu, Habermas and critical discourse studies
B Forchtner, C Schneickert
Discourse & Society 27 (3), 293-307, 2016
232016
Jürgen Habermas’ language-philosophy and the critical study of language
B Forchtner
Critical approaches to discourse analysis across disciplines 4 (1), 18-37, 2010
222010
Historia Magistra Vitae: The Topos of History as a Teacher in public struggles over self-and other representation
B Forchtner
Contemporary Critical Discourse Studies, London: Bloomsbury, 19-43, 2014
192014
The nature of nationalism: Populist radical right parties on countryside and climate
B Forchtner, C Kølvraa
Nature and Culture 10 (2), 199-224, 2015
182015
Lessons from the Past?: Memory, Narrativity and Subjectivity
B Forchtner
Springer, 2016
15*2016
Rhetorics of judge-penitence: Claiming moral superiority through admissions of past wrongdoing
B Forchtner
Memory Studies 7 (4), 409-424, 2014
122014
Extreme right images of radical authenticity: Multimodal aesthetics of history, nature, and gender roles in social media
B Forchtner, C Kølvraa
European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 4 (3), 252-281, 2017
92017
Kalashnikov and cooking-spoon: neo-Nazism, veganism and a lifestyle cooking show on YouTube
B Forchtner, A Tominc
Food, Culture & Society 20 (3), 415-441, 2017
82017
The Routledge handbook of language and politics
R Wodak, B Forchtner
Routledge, 2017
62017
Europa erzählen: Strukturen Europäischer Identität
B Forchtner, K Eder
Europäische Identität in der Krise?, 79-100, 2017
62017
‘Saying sorry’in Turkey: The Dersim massacre of the 1930s in 2011
I Efe, B Forchtner
Journal of Language and Politics 14 (2), 233-257, 2015
62015
Critical discourse studies and social theory 1
B Forchtner
The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies, 259-271, 2017
52017
Longing for communal purity: countryside,(far-right) nationalism and the (im) possibility of progressive politics of nostalgia
B Forchtner
The Commonalities of Global Crises, 271-294, 2016
52016
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