SCANDINAVIAN-CANADIAN STUDIES / ÉTUDES SCANDINAVES AU CANADA

About the journal

Scandinavian-Canadian Studies is the official publication of the Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada; membership in the Association entitles members to a printed version of the journal. Members wishing to be sent a printed version should write to Helga Thorson, the incoming Editor of the journal, at scancan@uvic.ca or by conventional mail at the Editor's university address given below. (See membership information at the Association’s website.)

Those wishing to purchase printed issues of volumes 1-17 of Scandinavian-Canadian Studies should address e-mail correspondence to scancan@uvic.ca or conventional correspondence to Scandinavian-Canadian Studies at the editor’s departmental address below. For printed copies of volumes 18 and following, go to https://www.uvicbookstore.ca/general/search/scandinavian.

The Editor's Note included in issue 21 spells out the new initiatives undertaken by the journal. In brief we invite submission of scholarly editions and translations as well as articles and review articles. These submissions should be sent to the Editor: Dr. Helga Thorson at scancan@uvic.ca or Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria, PO Box 1700, Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 2Y2, fax 250-721-7319. Articles may be written in English or French and should include endnotes and a bibliography. Their length should normally not exceed 25 double-spaced pages; their format should conform to that used in this issue. For details see the Notes for Contributors. Translations, into English or French, should conform to the Translation Guidelines to be found on the journal's website. Books for review should be sent to the Book Review Editor: Dr. Natalie Van Deusen, Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2E6 (vandeuse@ualberta.ca).

Articles appearing in this journal are indexed in the Modern Languages Association International Bibliography and the International Medieval Bibliography.

Scandinavian-Canadian Studies gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Dean of Humanities at the University of Victoria, the Canadian Institute for Nordic Studies, and the Beck Trust, as well as the technical assistance of the University of Victoria Humanities Computing and Media Centre.

Études scandinaves au Canada est l’organe officiel de l’Association pour l’avancement des études scandinaves au Canada; l’adhésion à l’Association inclus un abonnement à la publication. (Les renseignements sur l’adhésion se trouvent au site web de l'association).

Ceux ou celles qui veulent s’abonner ou qui désirent des fascicules particuliers du périodique sont encouragés à correspondre par courriel à scancan@uvic.ca ou d’écrire à l’adresse du rédacteur ci-dessous au soin de Études scandinaves au Canada.

Les manuscrits des articles doivent être envoyés à la Rédacteur: Dr. Helga Thorson, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria, PO Box 1700, Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 2Y2. Télécopieur: 250-721-7319. Courier électronique: scancan@uvic.ca. Les contributions peuvent être en français ou en anglais, et doivent comprendre des notes et une bibliographie. Les articles ne doivent pas normalement dépasser 25 pages à double interligne; leur format devrait se conformer à celui utilisé dans le volume 15 et suivants. Les livres pour comptes rendus doivent être adressés au Rédacteur.

Études scandinaves au Canada ient à remercier le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, le doyen de la Faculté des études en sciences humaines de l’université de Victoria, l’Institut canadien des études nordiques, la Société de fiducie Beck pour leur soutien financier, et le Humanities Computing and Media Centre de l’université de Victoria pour son soutien technique.