The Department of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Washington offers both an undergraduate major and a minor in Finnish, as well as opportunities for students to continue their study of Finnish language, literature, culture, and society on the graduate level while working toward the M.A. and the Ph.D. in Scandinavian Studies. A broad array of courses are offered, including a four-year program in language and literature, as well as a survey of Finnish literary and cultural history and specialized courses on such topics as the Kalevala. Students majoring in Scandinavian Area Studies may select Finnish as their language of emphasis.
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- Andrew Nestingen Presents on Aki Kaurismäki and the Finnish Tango
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- Former Student Translates Finnish Novel
- Graduate Student Liina-Ly Roos Awarded Master's Degree
- Graduate Student Liina-Ly Roos Published in Baltic Screen Media Review
- Helen S. Blair Memorial Scholarship Fund
- NATO Specialist Discusses Military Preparedness in the Baltic
- New Course: Typological and Historical Perspectives on Finnish Language - SCAND 342 A
- Pasi Sahlberg Lecture available on KUOW.ORG's Speakers Forum
- Profile of Andy Nestingen
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- Sofia Oksanen: ‘We know about British colonialism. Russian colonialism is not well known.’
- Tetri Challenge a Great Success
- The Association for Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada Announces its Annual CALL FOR PAPERS
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Ilmari Ivaska. Edistyneen oppijansuomen konstruktiopiirteitä korpusvetoisesti: avainrakenneanalyysi. ('Corpus-Driven Approach towards Constructional Features of Advanced Learner Finnish: Key Structure Analysis'). Annales Universitatis Turkuensis C-409. Doctoral Dissertation: University of Turku (2015).