Recent publications related to the field of Scandinavian Studies


In february 2022 Norvik press will publish an anthology of newly translated texts by the Norwegian journalist and author Herman Bang (1857-1912), introducing a broad selection of his short stories and journalism to a new public.


Boka setter søkelyset på ekskludering og inkludering formidlet gjennom ulike sjangrer og gjennom våre vitenskapelige tradisjoner innen faget nordisk, særlig norsk språk og litteratur.


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.


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 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.


Call for papers for Nordiques no 42 - Spring 2022.


This volume aims to showcase the richness and broad appeal of the contemporary research on Nordic translations of courtly literature, featuring articles on the Arthurian tradition in Medieval Scandinavia.


This transnational volume examines innovative women artists who were from, or worked in, Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sápmi, and Sweden from the emergence of modernism until the feminist movement took shape in the 1960s. The book launch will be on April 26th.


Pentti Saarikoski was a prolific translator and journalist, and a revered modernist poet central to the Finnish literary scene of the 1960s and 1970s. The inventiveness, warmth and humour of Saarikoski’s voice have made him something of a national treasure in Finland. His writing is at once playful and political, drawing on everyday life and current affairs, as well as Greek antiquity.

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