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Title Type Author(s) Vol (Year) Pages View
Trees as a Central Theme in Norse Mythology and Culture: An Archaeological Perspective article Gilmore, Amanda 23 (2016) 16–26  PDF  HTML  XML
Nordic Border Crossings: Coastal Communities and Connected Cultures in Eighteenth-Century Norway, Scotland, and Canada article Reeploeg, Silke 23 (2016) 28–47  PDF  HTML  XML
The Flight of the Danish Jews in 1943 – ‘Rescue’ or ‘Escape’? article-themed DeLong, Robert 23 (2016) 50–76  PDF  HTML  XML
“Tell Ye Your Children…”: The Twisted Swedish Road to Holocaust Recognition article-themed Karlsson, Klas-Göran 23 (2016) 78–94  PDF  HTML  XML
Soldiers and Other Monsters: the Allied Occupation in Icelandic Fiction article-themed Neijmann, Daisy L. 23 (2016) 96–120  PDF  HTML  XML
From Silence to Historical Consciousness: The Holocaust and WWII in Finnish History Politics article-themed Holmila, Antero
Tilli, Jouni
23 (2016) 122–145  PDF  HTML  XML
Henrik Ibsen’s PEER GYNT in a new version edition Durbach, Errol 23 (2016) 146–267  PDF  HTML  XML
King Arthur and the Kennedy Assassination The Allure and Absence of Truth in the Icelandic Sagas article Jakobsson, Ármann 22 (2015) 12–25  PDF  HTML  XML
Grund gulls [ground of gold]: The Trope of Woman as ‘Land’ in Skaldic Poetry from the Tenth to Fourteenth Centuries article Osborne, Emily 22 (2015) 26–51  PDF  HTML  XML
What Imported Viking Age and Medieval Artifacts Can Tell Us about Trade and Exchange in Mývatn, Iceland article Laycock, Alan 22 (2015) 52–65  PDF  HTML  XML
Creating New Fairytales: Statoil, Snøhvit, and Petroleum Exploration in the Arctic article Gjellstad, Melissa 22 (2015) 66–77  PDF  HTML  XML
The Captivating Chill: Why Readers Desire Nordic Noir article-themed Bergman, Kerstin 22 (2014) 80–89  PDF  HTML  XML
Cabins in Norwegian Crime Fiction: More Than a Cliché article-themed Urberg, Ingrid 22 (2015) 90–105  PDF  HTML  XML
Till My Change Come: Nature, Justice, and Redemption in Åsa Larsson’s Until Thy Wrath Be Past article-themed Lingard, John 22 (2015) 106–126  PDF  HTML  XML
An Interview with Arnaldur Indriðason, September 2014 article-themed Indriðason, Arnaldur 22 (2015) 128–132  PDF  HTML  XML
An Interview with Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, early 2015 article-themed Sigurðardóttir, Yrsa 22 (2015) 134–143  PDF  HTML  XML
Returning Fathers. Sagas, Novels, and the Uncanny article Tulinius, Torfi H. 21 (2013) 18–39  PDF  HTML  XML
De l’actrice fictionnelle à l’acteur réel : La femme de théâtre dans la Suède du XIXème siècle article Lindberg, Ylva 21 (2013) 40–56  PDF  HTML  XML
L’expérience de Persona et la création du concept d’image-affection par Gilles Deleuze article Bolduc, Charles 21 (2013) 58–78  PDF  HTML  XML
Sigrgarðs saga frækna: A normalised text, translation, and introduction edition Hall, Alaric
Richardson, Steven D. P.
Þorgeirsson, Haukur
21 (2013) 80–155  PDF  HTML  XML
Knut Hamsun: A Review of Peter Sjøyst-Jackson's 2010 Study through the Lens of Recent Hamsun Scholarship review-article Rees, Ellen 21 (2013) 156–162  PDF  HTML  XML
Scandinavian Crime Fiction: a review of recent scholarship. review-article Lingard, John 21 (2013) 164–189  PDF  HTML  XML
Grettir and Bjartur: Realism and the supernatural in medieval and modern Icelandic literature article Tulinius, Torfi H. 20 (2011) 14–25  PDF  HTML  XML
“An entirely different culture and an alien race:” Scandinavian Ukrainian encounters on the Canadian Prairies 1910-1940 article Rudling, Per Anders 20 (2011) 26–51  PDF  HTML  XML
A Poet’s Great Return: Jónas Hallgrímsson’s reburial and Milan Kundera’s Ignorance article Helgason, Jón Karl 20 (2011) 52–61  PDF  HTML  XML
Bergman's Dreams: Some notes article Coates, Paul 20 (2011) 62–71  PDF  HTML  XML
Analyse métahistoriographique du cas du norvégien article Iglésias, Narcís 20 (2011) 72–90  PDF  HTML  XML
Teaching Identity through Ethnic Jokes: Shifting cultural touchstones in the classroom article Lange, Michael 20 (2011) 92–100  PDF  HTML  XML
Adapting a Literary Nation to Film: National Identity, Neoromanticism and the Anxiety of Influence article Norðfjörð, Björn Ægir 19 (2010) 12–40  PDF  HTML  XML
Land og synir: An Interview with Ágúst Guðmundsson article Guðmundsson, Ágúst 19 (2010) 42–54  PDF  HTML  XML
Op med hodet: Tancred Ibsen’s 1933 Experiment in Cinematic Modernism article Lunde, Arne 19 (2010) 56–71  PDF  HTML  XML
Liv Ullmann’s Handling of Religious Themes in Her Adaptation of Sigrid Undset’s The Wreath article Christensen, Peter G. 19 (2010) 72–86  PDF  HTML  XML
Norwave: Norwegian Cinema 1997-2006 article Rees, Ellen 19 (2010) 88–110  PDF  HTML  XML
“We had to be careful.” The Self-imposed Regulations, Alterations and Censorship Strategies of Nordisk Films Kompagni 1911-1928 article Thorsen, Isak 19 (2010) 112–126  PDF  HTML  XML
From Working Class Drama to Academic Showdown: On Carl Th. Dreyer’s Use of His Literary Source in Två Människor [Two People] (1945) article Egholm, Morten 19 (2010) 128–143  PDF  HTML  XML
Behind Idealism: The Discrepancy between Philosophy and Reality in The Cinema of Lars von Trier article Bunch, Mads 19 (2010) 144–163  PDF  HTML  XML
Modes of Representation in Ingmar Bergman’s Gycklarnas afton article Blackwell, Marilyn Johns 19 (2010) 164–184  PDF  HTML  XML
Doubling and Redoubling Bergman: Notes on the Dialectic of Disgrace and Disappearance article Coates, Paul 19 (2010) 186–199  PDF  HTML  XML
Roy Andersson’s Cinematic Poetry and the Spectre of César Vallejo article Lindqvist, Ursula 19 (2010) 200–229  PDF  HTML  XML
Readymades, Rejects and the Ready-to-Hand: Found Objects in the Films of Aki Kaurismäki article Smith, Lawrence D. 19 (2010) 230–260  PDF  HTML  XML
Imaginaries of a Global Finland—Patterns of Globalization in Finnish National Cinema article Kääpä, Pietari 19 (2010) 262–283  PDF  HTML  XML
Snorri’s Trollwives article Sayers, William 18 (2009) 12–22  PDF  HTML  XML
“Dressed up in the body of an old woman”: Gothic Conventions in Ingemann, Andersen, Blixen and Høeg article Kastbjerg, Kirstine 18 (2009) 24–42  PDF  HTML  XML
Ibsen’s Evangelical Detective: Evidence and Proof in The Wild Duck article Durbach, Errol 18 (2009) 44–54  PDF  HTML  XML
Colours, Colour Symbolism, and Social Critique in Halldór Laxness’s Salka Valka article Van Deusen, Natalie M. 18 (2009) 56–70  PDF  HTML  XML
Faces as Facts of Fiction article Houe, Poul 18 (2009) 72–84  PDF  HTML  XML
Modernism in the Post-war Icelandic Novel up to 1990 article Ólason, Vésteinn 18 (2009) 86–104  PDF  HTML  XML
Saint-Making in Early Iceland article McCreesh, Bernadine 17 (2007) 12–23  PDF  HTML  XML
Vikings in the Nor’ Wast: The Roots of Orkney’s Identity in Norway and Canada article Lange, Michael A. 17 (2007) 24–35  PDF  HTML  XML
The Mystery of Vínarterta: In Search of an Icelandic Ethnic Identity article Helgason, Jón Karl 17 (2007) 36–52  PDF  HTML  XML
‘Girl Interrupting’: History and Art as Clairvoyance in the Fiction of Vigdís Grímsdóttir article Neijmann, Daisy L. 17 (2007) 54–68  PDF  HTML  XML
Erhard J. Alm, Inventor and Entrepreneur article Roinila, Mika 17 (2007) 70–75  PDF  HTML  XML
An Exploration of Teachers’ Pedagogy and Perceptions of Their Culturally Diverse Learners in Manitoba (Canada), Norway, and Iceland article Aðalsteinsdóttir, Kristín
Engilbertsson, Guðmundur
Gunnbjörnsdóttir, Ragnheiður
17 (2007) 76–103  PDF  HTML  XML
Kurt Wallander’s Journey into Autumn: A Reading of Henning Mankell’s The Fifth Woman article Lingard, John 17 (2007) 104–115  PDF  HTML  XML
Archaeology in Iceland: Recent Developments article McGuire, Erin-Lee Halstad 16 (2006) 10–26  PDF  HTML  XML
The Proverbial Heart of Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða: “Mér þykkir þar heimskum manni at duga, sem þú ert. article Harris, Richard L. 16 (2006) 28–54  PDF  HTML  XML
Knut Hamsun as a Travel Writer: In Wonderland article Wærp, Henning Howlid 16 (2006) 56–64  PDF  HTML  XML
‘A Paper for the Scandinavians in Edmonton’: The Norwegian Immigrant Experience in Alberta as Recorded in the Norwegian-Language Paper Vikingen article Rudling, Per Anders 16 (2006) 66–87  PDF  HTML  XML
Postcolonial Ibsen: Judith Thompson’s Hedda Gabler (1991) article Farfan, Penny 16 (2006) 88–99  PDF  HTML  XML
Hotel Pro Forma: Nomadic Theatre Without Borders? article Ostrauskaite, Milda 16 (2006) 100–113  PDF  HTML  XML
Dysfunction and Its Effect in Literary Translation article Paddon, Seija 16 (2006) 114–124  PDF  HTML  XML
Urban Youth Language in Multicultural Sweden article Godin, Marie-Noëlle 16 (2006) 126–141  PDF  HTML  XML
A New Ontology for the Female Subject: The Rise of the Flat Character in Stories by Solvej Balle and Kirsten Thorup article Bowering, Thea 15 (2005) 8–21  PDF  HTML  XML
The Unstable Kierkegaardian Framework of Henrik Stangerup’s Novel Trilogy article Christensen, Peter 15 (2005) 22–44  PDF  HTML  XML
Foreign Camp Ground: On Translation of Camp and Postcolonial Allusions article Jääskeläinen, Michael 15 (2005) 46–60  PDF  HTML  XML
Ukrainian Swedes in Canada: Gammalsvenskby in the Swedish-Canadian Press 1929-1931 article Rudling, Per Anders 15 (2005) 62–91  PDF  HTML  XML
“Orð eftir orð,” “orð eftir orði”: the Progress of the Dictionary of Old Norse Prose review-article Poole, Russell 15 (2005) 92–118  PDF  HTML  XML
A Milestone in Brøgger Scholarship: Marina Allemano’s “Introduction” to Suzanne Brøgger’s Symbolic and Philosophical Universe review-article Woods, Gurli 15 (2005) 120–129  PDF  HTML  XML