Projects relating to Scandinavian Studies


British Centre for Literary Translation offer an advanced translation workshop for Danish, Norwegian and Swedish to English literary translators. The workshop is free of charge and will be held online 7-9 November 2023.


The University of Aberdeen invites abstract submissions to the third "Performing Magic in the pre-Modern North" conference, which will take place on campus and online on 9-10 November 2023.


Members of the research group: “Aesthetics of Protestantism in Scandinavia from the 19th to the 21st Century” announce an international conference in Strasbourg next year (21/03/2024 - 23/03/2024) and call for papers on "Vocation and Responsibility in Nordic Cultures".


Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München och institutet för nordisk filologi bjuder in till den 18:e doktorandkonferensen för skandinaviska studier i München 01/09/23 - 02/09/23.


The Centre for Nordic and Old English Studies at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Silesia in Katowice announces an online lecture on "Trade, Exchange, Standardization and Money: The interaction between Slavs, Vikings and Arabs on the early medieval trade routes of the Baltic and Eastern Europe" by Dr Monika Maleszka-Ritchie (University of Highlands and Islands in Inverness) 29-05-2023


A lecture by Prof. Massimiliano Bampi (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) on "Defining Old Norse Saga Genres: problems and perspectives" will be held at at the University of Lisbon 20-04-2023 13h30 (GMT+2) and will be available for online participation.


Centrum för Öresundsstudier erbjuder kostnadsfri intensivkurs i danska för svensktalande i centrala Köpenhamn 26 juni - 30 juni 2023.


Henrik Johnsson presenterar ett kapitel ur en kommande Ibsenbok: ”Generalens son: Hedda Gabler ur ett queerperspektiv”, Språk- och litteraturcentrum, Lund, sal H205C: Litteraturvetenskapliga forskarseminariet och CSS, tisdag 28-03-2023 Kl 15:00-17:00.


UiT – The Arctic University of Norway is hosting the 34th conference of the International Association for Scandinavian Studies.


Contemporary Scandinavian children’s and young-adult literature is full of stories that combine a playful joy of storytelling with important socio-cultural themes, but how does this translate?

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