Newsletters

Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, 2021-2022


IN THIS ISSUE:
– Vikings and Video Games
– Cultural Connections and Wahlstrom Workshop
– New Book | The Making of an Antifascist: Nordahl Grieg between the World Wars
– Musician-in-Residence Beth Hoven Rotto Comes to UW-Madison
– New Book | Culture Work: Folklore for the Public Good
– New Norwegian Lecturer: Ida Moen Johnson
– New Book | Vikings: An Encyclopedia of Conflict, Invasions, and Raids
– Graduate Student Abroad – Mirva Johnson
– SSFAUM Capacity-Building Grant
– National Danish Book Club & Literary Event Series
– Nordic Filmmakers: A New Course Offered by Liina-Ly Roos
– Swede Home Chicago: Lost Sounds Recovered
Plus alumni, faculty, and graduate student updates!

 

Mitteilungen aus Madison, 2021

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Defining the Discipline – Remembering Jost Hermand
– Bringing the Turkish/Kurdish Experience to German+
– “A Community of Shared Values”: Sabine Gross Receives Hilldale Award
– Library Collections Enhancement Initiative Grant

 

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Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, Spring 2021


IN THIS ISSUE:
– HEAL Grant
– Congratulations Todd Michelson-Ambelang
– Nordic World Series at UW Press
– Norwegian Heritage Learning
– Sámi National Day at Nordic National Museum
– Research in 2020: The Very Edge of Fiction
– Research and Teaching in 2020: Susan Brantly
– Alumni Updates: Carrie Roy, Ph.D. and Dr. John Francis Eason III
– SSFAUM and FinnFest
– Nete Schmidt Retires
– Norwegian Literary Translations
– Saints and Their Legacies in Medieval Iceland
– Teaching During COVID-19
– Frode Helland Lecture
– An Icelandic Literary Florilegium

Mitteilungen aus Madison, 2020

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Jost Hermand at 90: A Living Legend
– Losing a Famed and Fabled Colleague
– A Student Perspective on the Pandemic
– Diversity in German

 

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Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, Fall 2020

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Research in the Time of COVID
– Updates from Norden
– Welcome Benjamin Mier-Cruz
– Welcome Liina-Ly Roos
– Notes from Our Alumni: Hilary-Joy Virtanen, Laura Jacobson Øraker, and Eva Branson
– New Grant for Scandinavian Folk Arts
– Knausgård Beyond Autofiction
– Peggy Hager Retires
– Study Abroad Year in Sweden…or What Was Supposed to be a Year

 

We currently only offer an online version of the Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, however, if you would like a hard copy please reach out to the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+’s main office.

Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, Spring 2020

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Congratulations, Dean Krouk!
– New Publication from GNS Chair Thomas A. DuBois
– Danish Author Carsten Jensen Visits Campus
– Amber Rose Cederström Joins University of Wisconsin Press Staff
– 2020 Wahlstrom Nordic Workshop
– Alumni Update: David Natvig
– Alumni Update: Lucas Annear
– Symposium on “Saints and Spirituality in Medieval and Early Modern Iceland”
– Graduate Student Abroad: Tristan  Mueller-Vollmer

 

We currently only offer an online version of the Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, however, if you would like a hard copy please reach out to the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+’s main office.

Mitteilungen aus Madison, 2019

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Freiburg 2–Year Reunion
– Two Distinguished Recent Emeriti
– From West Point to Madison

 

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Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, Fall 2019

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study
– Finnish Folk Band Tallari and Songs of the Finnish Migration
– Näbbeboda Fellowship for Grad Student Elliott Brandsma
– Circumnavigating Iceland with UW–Madison Alumni
– Visiting Scholar Mattias Pirholt
– UW-Madison at the Scandinavian Fest in New Berlin, Wisconsin
– Repatriating Signe’s Songs
– Danish Politicians Visit Madison
– New Research on Anti-Fascism in Norwegian Literature and Culture
– Capital Punishment in Early Modern Iceland
– Fulbright Finnish Language and Culture Teacher

 

We currently only offer an online version of the Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, however, if you would like a hard copy please reach out to the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+’s main office.

Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, Spring 2019

 

IN THIS ISSUE:
– Visiting Scholars in Madison: Tobias Berglund and Elizabeth Peterson
– GRAMMY Nomination for Professor Jim Leary
– Graduate Students and Awards
– Ojibwe Winter Games
– GNS Alumni Updates
– Sustaining Scandinavian Folk Art in the Upper Midwest’s Show of Hands: Art in Education

 

We currently only offer an online version of the Scandinavian Studies Newsletter, however, if you would like a hard copy please reach out to the Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic+’s main office.

Past Newsletters

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Scandinavian Studies 2018
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Scandinavian Studies 2017
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Scandinavian Studies 2016
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Scandinavian Studies 2015
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Scandinavian Studies 2014
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Scandinavian Studies 2013
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Scandinavian Studies 2012
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Scandinavian Studies 2011
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Scandinavian Studies 2010
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Scandinavian Studies 2009
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