Projects relating to Scandinavian Studies


Professors Tore Rem (University of Oslo) and Narve Fulsås (UiT – The Arctic University of Norway) will revisit their work on “the Ibsen phenomenon” and its consequences for the rise of modern drama. The lecture will be streamed between 6:00 PM–8:00 PM, Dec. 2.


We are now finally able to present our call for proposals/abstracts to the third installation of CSS biennial international conference in Scandinavian Studies! The conference will take place in both Lund and Copenhagen, between August 24-27, 2022. The theme is "Nordic humour in the world" and the deadline to submit your proposal is February 1.


The SASS conference in Puerto Rico is back! After preparations in 2020 came to an abrupt halt, we are ready for our second chance in 2022, between April 27 and April 30. To accommodate possible restrictions, the conference will be held as a flexible hybrid event. Deadline for call for papers is Dec 1, 2021.


CCASNC is an interdisciplinary graduate conference about early medieval Britain, Ireland, and Scandinavia. The next conference will be held of the 5th of February 2022. Deadline for abstracts December 1.


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


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.


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


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.


17-18 juni 2021 afholder Dänisches Seminar ved Europa-Universität Flensburg en to-dages online konference om Angst i dansk litteratur.


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.

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