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Online Conference: Hyggnaþing - Old Norse Graduate Conference
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.
Available position: Research Assistant for the Departement of History´s Chair of Nordic History at the University of Greifswald
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.
Invitation to the 25th ATdS in Munich, 6-8 Sept 2022 - save the date
Announcing the 25th ATdS (Arbeitstagung der Skandinavistik) in Munich in September 2022.
Call for papers: Georg Brandes’s Impact on the Arts and Politics beyond Denmark
The next Scandinavian issue of Acta Universitatis Carolinae – Philologica will focus on Brandes’s impact on national literatures and cultures globally.
Publication: Scandinavian Exceptionalisms
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.
Utlysning: Ledig svensklärartjänst vid universitetet i Bukarest
Svenska institutet utlyser nu en svensklärartjänst i Rumänien inför läsåret 2021/2022.
Online Meeting with Dr. Ryder Patzuk-Russell, author of "Development of education in medieval Iceland”
The Centre for Nordic and Old English Studies at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Silesia in Katowice invites to a meeting with Dr. Ryder Patzuk-Russell on June 9th.
Online Conference: Anxiety in Danish Literature
17-18 juni 2021 afholder Dänisches Seminar ved Europa-Universität Flensburg en to-dages online konference om Angst i dansk litteratur.
Call for papers: Autobiographical writing in Nordic Literature, 1960-2020
Call for papers for Nordiques no 42 - Spring 2022.
Symposium: Cross-border connectivity in Nordic–Baltic Art (online, 17–18 May)
This symposium explores a new and critical Nordic–Baltic research front on cross-border relations and the artistic connectivity of the Nordic–Baltic realm and relations to European neighbours, in the late 19th and 20th centuries.