Recent publications related to the field of Scandinavian Studies
CSS: Upcoming publications
CSS always strives to turn the creative energy of our events into lasting works of research and knowledge available to both fellow scholars and to the interested public, and 2022 is no exception!
New book on German-Danish relations, history and cultural exchange
A volume of short research papers that examines the history, present and future of the region surrounding the German–Danish border. Edited by Prof. Dr. Bernd Henningsen, Dr. Clemens Räthel and Paul Greiner.
Call for papers: Studia Scandinavica on Scandinavian linguistics, literature, history and culture
The polish journal in Scandinavian studies Studia Scandinavica invites papers as well as book reviews for the next issue of the journal on the following themes: Scandinavian linguistics, literature, history and culture. Contributions are welcome in Polish, English, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish. The submission deadline is February 28st, 2022.
New publication: Herman Bang translated to English
In february 2022 Norvik press will publish an anthology of newly translated texts by the Danish journalist and author Herman Bang (1857-1912), introducing a broad selection of his short stories and journalism to a new public.
Ny publikation: "Minoritetsdiskurser i norsk litteratur"
Boka setter søkelyset på ekskludering og inkludering formidlet gjennom ulike sjangrer og gjennom våre vitenskapelige tradisjoner innen faget nordisk, særlig norsk språk og litteratur.
New publication about migration in Scandinavian literature
Anja Trögers new book, "Affective Spaces: Migration in Scandinavian and German Transnational Narratives" sheds light on the social and political structures causing conflict and struggle for immigrants by comparing novels from the literatures of Denmark, Germany, Norway and Sweden.
Publication: Maternal Abandonment and Queer Resistance in Twenty-First-Century Swedish Literature
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.
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.
Call for papers: Autobiographical writing in Nordic Literature, 1960-2020
Call for papers for Nordiques no 42 - Spring 2022.