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Scandinavian 30 Renews Relationship With Nordic Museum
(October 25, 2018)
Norwegian Literature and Culture- Fall Course 2015- NORW 312
(April 23, 2015)
Graduate Student Liina-Ly Roos Published in Baltic Screen Media Review
(December 9, 2014)
New Ph.D. in Scandinavian Studies, Kirstine Kastbjerg
(June 18, 2014)
Elkorghli, A Qualitative Comparison of Male Somalis’ Educational Experiences in Minnesota and Norway, National Social Science Association, 2017
Warburton, Timothy. "From AIDS to Assimilation: Male Homosexuality in Swedish Literature (1968-2013)." Doctor of Philosophy University of Washington, 2015.
Nestingen, Andrew. "Nordic Noir: The Human Criminal," in Homer B. Pettey and Barton Palmer (eds.),
Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2014.
Maren Anderson Johnson. "Post-national Genius: Hans Christian Andersen and Henrik Ibsen." Diss., in progress.
Andrew K. Nestingen, Paula Arvas, eds.
Scandinavian Crime Fiction
. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. 200 pp.
Guntis Šmidchens. "Symposium on the Baltic in the 21st Century." Film. BALSSI Consortium: 2004.
Bjoörklund, Jenny and Lindquist, Ursula, eds.
New Dimensions of Diversity.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Andrew K. Nestingen.
The Cinema of Aki Kaurismäki: Contrarian Stories
. New York: Wallflower (Columbia University Press), 2013.
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