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The Danish government is moving to terminate the Danish Lecturer Scheme which ensures the distribution of Danish language and culture abroad.


CSS samarbetspartner i projektet Fördomsfönster Öresund – Øresundsinstituttet – arrangerar den 8 september ett live-sänt samtal om dansk-svensk kultur i Öresund.


We can now finally announce that our third biannual international conference in Scandinavian Studies will take place August 2022 and that the theme for this edition will be humour in Scandinavian culture.


Jenny Björklund's latest book questions why so many mothers leave their families in twenty-first-century Swedish literature, analyzing literary representations of maternal abandonment in relation to sociopolitical discourses.


The congress will be held 4th-7th July 2022 in Leeds, and puts its own spin on the IMC 2022 thematic strand 'Borders'.


Hyggnaþing is a one-day conference on the 11th of August with the aim to overcome the difficulties of isolation by bringing postgraduate students together virtually.


At the University of Greifswald´s Faculty of Arts and Humanities there is a job vacancy expected to be available from 01.10.2021 for a full-time Research Assistant.


Announcing the 25th ATdS (Arbeitstagung der Skandinavistik) in Munich in September 2022.


The next Scandinavian issue of Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Philologica will focus on Brandes’s impact on national literatures and cultures globally.


Based on papers delivered at the 2018 IASS Conference in Copenhagen, this volume contains 24 articles on themes such as Nordic Identities, Nordic Dystopias, Nordic Postcolonialism, Scandinavian Places and Landscapes, Folkhem and Working-Class Fiction, and Translating Scandinavian Exceptionalisms.

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