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  • SCANDINAVIAN-CANADIAN STUDIES/ÉTUDES SCANDINAVES AU CANADA Vol. 4 (1991)
    Vol. 4 (1991)

    SCANDINAVIANS IN CANADA

    Anne Brydon. Celebrating Ethnicity: The Icelanders of Manitoba, page 1

    Jørgen Dahlie. From Kongsberg to the Pacific Northwest: Norwegian Immigrants and the Development of Skiing, 1920-1950, page 15

    Birna Arnbjörnsdóttir. The Polarization of Sound Change in Different Social Contexts: The Development of Icelandic in North America and Iceland, page 27

    WRITERS OF SCANDINAVIAN ORIGIN

    Cristina Gheorghe. Intertextual Notes in a Metafictional Autobiography: The Prowler by Kristjana Gunnars, page 43

    Cristina Gheorghe and Kristjana Gunnars. Interview with Kristjana Gunnars about The Prowler, page 51

    Christopher Hale. Aksel Sandemose's View of Prairie Canada, page 61

    ASPECTS OF SOCIAL LIFE IN SCANDINAVIA

    Lewis R. Fischer and Helge Nordvik. Norwegian Matroser: Wages and Labour Markets for Seafaring Labour, 1850-1914, page 77

    Will. C. van den Hoonaard. A Nation's Innocence: Myth and Reality of Crime in Iceland, page 97

    LITERATURE AND THEATRE IN SCANDINAVIA

    Thomas Bredsdorff. Holberg: A Scandinavian Slant on the European Enlightenment, page 115

    Christian Roy. J.P. Jacobsen in the Context of the Intellectual History of Europe, page 123

    Dieter Riegel. Thorkild Hansen's Jens Munk, page 141

     

     

  • SCANDINAVIAN-CANADIAN STUDIES/ÉTUDES SCANDINAVES AU CANADA Vol. 3 (1988)
    Vol. 3 (1988)

    HISTORICO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES

    Helge Ø. Pharo. Norway and European Integration, page 1

    Lewis R. Fischer and Helge W. Nordvik. Floating Capital: Investment in the Canadian and Norwegian Merchant Marines in Comparative Perspective, 1850-1914, page 17

    FROM DRAMA AND CONTROVERSIAL WRITING TO FILM

    Paul Walsh. Realism and Innovation in Stringberg's Mäster Olof, page 43

    Marina Allemano. Suzanne Brøgger and Eros, page 61

    Peter Ohlin. Through a Glass Darkly: Figurative Language in Ingmar Bergman's Script, page 73

    THE MEETING OF TWO CULTURES

    William Sayers. Kjartan's Choice: The Irish Disconnection in the Sagas of the Icelanders, page 89

    J. Donald Wilson. Kalevala in Sointula: The Intellectual Background of Matti Kurikka, page 115

    Marianne Stenbaek. Arqaluk Lynge ----- Poet and Politician, page 133

     

  • SCANDINAVIAN-CANADIAN STUDIES/ÉTUDES SCANDINAVES AU CANADA Vol. 2 (1986)
    Vol. 2 (1986)

    SCANDINAVIAN LITERATURE – AND LITERATURE IN SCANDINAVIA

    Errol Durbach. The Eclectic Theatricalism of Miss Julie, page 3

    Anne-Charlotte Hanes Harvey. Punch's "Hedda": An Approach to Ibsen Through Parody, page 11

    Antony Landon. Current Treatment of Shakespeare's Tragedies in Finland, page 27

    Kathryn S. Hanson. Adam Oehlenschläger's Romanticism: Not a German Hybrid, but a Danish Original, page 39

    Harald S. Naess. Hamsun ---- Victoria ----- Victoria, page 51

    Marshall N. Matson. Rönnog Seaberg's Utrest: An Apologia, page 59

    THE SCANDINAVIAN PRESENCE IN CANADA

    James M. Richtik. Chain Migration Among Icelandic Settlers in Canada to 1891, page 73

    Alan B. Anderson. Scandinavian Settlements in Saskatchewan: Migration History and Changing Ethnocultural Identity, page 89

    POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL CONCERNS IN SCANDINAVIA --- PAST AND PRESENT

    Stewart P. Oakley. Self-help and Co-operation in the Scandinavian Peasant Community, page 117

    Mark B. Lapping. Between Swede and Saami: The Reindeer Herd Rationalization Law, page 129

    Richard Cornell. The Controversy in Denmark in 1938-1939 over Freedom of Expression, page 137

    Patricia Appavoo. Domestic Politics and Development Assistance: A Canada-Sweden Comparison of Recipient Selection, page 149

    Gunnar Eliasson. Is the Swedish Welfare State in Trouble? A New Policy Model, page 167

     

  • SCANDINAVIAN-CANADIAN STUDIES/ÉTUDES SCANDINAVES AU CANADA Vol. 1 (1983)
    Vol. 1 (1983)

    THE SCANDINAVIAN PRESENCE IN CANADA

    Mauri A. Jalava. The Scandinavians as a Source of Settlers for the Dominion of Canada: The First Generation, 1867-1897, page 3

    Jørgen Dahlie. The Ethnic Press as a Cultural Resource: Canada Skandinaven and the Norwegian-Swedish Community in B.C., 1910-1930, page 15

    Christopher S. Hale. Aksel Sandemose and Ross Dane: A Scandinavian's Perception of Western Canada, page 27

    David Martin. Folk Technology Retention: Finnish Folk Tools and Procedures in Mid-Canada and Central Finland, page 35

    SCANDINAVIA AND THE WIDER WORLD

    H. Roe. The Origins and Spread of Literacy in Early Scandinavia, page 49

    Bernadine McCreesh. Ghosts and Pagans in the Family Sagas, page 55

    William Sayers. The Irish Bóand-Nechtan Myth in the Light of Scandinavian Evidence, page 63

    Deborah J. McGinnis. The Vikings in the East: ingvars saga viðförla, page 79

    Anthony B. Chan. Scandinavian Arms Traders in Warlord China, page 87

    M. N. Matson. The Theatre's Approach to Strindberg: Four Productions in the Strindberg Festival, Stockholm, May 1981 – Brott och brott; Fadern; Fadren, en opera; Il padre, page 97

    DETECTIVE NOVELS AS SOCIAL CRITICISM AND OTHER VARIATIONS ON SCANDINAVIAN THEMES

    Dieter K. H. Riegel. Society and Crime in the Novels of Hans Scherfig, page 109

    Peter Ohlin. The Ideology of the Martin Beck Novels, page 115

    Charles Leland. Daniel Haakonsen's View of Ibsen, with Special Reference to His Last Book, page 123

    W. S. W. Nowak. A Contribution to the Understanding of the Biogeography of a Sub-Arctic Lake: The Case of Mývatn, Iceland, page 129

    Ingunn Norderval. The Norwegian Prime Minister, page 143

    Elin Elgaard. No Time for Timelessness? A brief look at the trio: Tove Ditlevsen (1918-76) Frank Jaeger (1926-77) Ole Sarvig (1921-81) who all died by their own hand, page 161

     

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