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  • Roos, Liina-Ly. "The Child, Affective Memories of War, and Cruel Everyday in Nordic and Baltic Film and Literature." Dissertation. University of Washington, 2018.  Learn more
  • “Post-Soviet Trauma in the Nordic Imagination: Occupation and Sex Trafficking in Purge and Lilya 4-everBaltic Screen Media Review 2, December, 2014. Learn more
  • Nestingen, Andrew. "Nordic Noir: The Human Criminal," in Homer B. Pettey and Barton Palmer (eds.), International Noir, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2014. Learn more
  • Andrew Nestingen. The Cinema of Aki Kaurismäki: Contrarian Stories. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 2013. Pp. viii + 174. Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen. Crime and Fantasy in Scandinavia: Fiction, Film and Social Change. Seattle: University of Washington, 2008. Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen, Trevor G. Elkington, eds. Transnational Cinema in a Global North: Nordic Cinema in Transition. Wayne State University Press: 2005. Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen. "Reimagining the Road Movie: Det nya landet (2000), Ariel (1988), and the Transnational Road Movie." Globalisering: Spøkelse eller visjon? (Eds. Kjersti Faldet Listhaug and Sissel Lie). Trondheim: NTNU, 2003. 51-64. Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen. "Nostalgias and Their Publics: The Finnish Film Boom, 1999-2001." Scandinavian Studies 75.4 (2003): 539-566. Learn more
  • Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams, Terje I. Leiren. Stage and Screen: Studies in Scandinavian Drama and Film. DreamPlayPress Northwest: 2000. Learn more
  • “Någonting har hänt: Roy Anderssons filmskapande och det moderna Sverige by Daniel Brodén and Songs from the Second Floor: Contemplating the Art of Existence by Ursula Lindqvist," Scandinavian Studies, forthcoming. Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen. The Cinema of Aki Kaurismäki: Contrarian Stories. New York: Wallflower (Columbia University Press), 2013. Learn more
  • “Roy Andersson, the Metaphysics of Impersonation, and the Aestheticization of the Holocaust." Learn more
  • “This is not your home”—War Memory, Compassion and the Finnish Child in Klaus Härö’s Mother of Mine” in Nordic War Stories: World War II as Fiction, Film and History, ed. Marianne Stecher.  Learn more
  • Nordic War Stories - The Second World War as Fiction, Film and History, edited by Marianne T. Stecher Learn more
  • Andrew K. Nestingen. Violence and Crime Fiction. In progress. Learn more
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