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  • Terje Leiren
    Professor Emeritus of Scandinavian Studies, Sverre Arestad Endowed Chair in Norwegian Studies
  • Affiliate Assistant Professor
  • Photo of Guntis Smidchens
    Kazickas Family Endowed Professor in Baltic Studies; Associate Professor of Baltic Studies; Head, Baltic Studies Program
  • Photo of David Whitlock
    Graduate Student


  • Guntis Šmidchens, A Chain of Friendship: Reflections on the Baltic Way and Inspiration for Belarus. Foreign Policy Research Institute Baltic Bulletin, 31 August 2020.  Learn more
  • Terje Leiren and Jan Sjåvik, Historical Dictionary of Norway. Second Edition.  Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield Publishers, 2019.  Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens, Dziesmu vara: Nevardarbīga nacionālā kultūra Baltijas dziesmotajā revolūcijā. Latvian Translation of Power of Song, 2014. Riga, Latvia: Apgāds Mansards, 2017. Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens, "Singing Revolution, Past and Present" Foreign Policy Research Institute Baltic Bulletin, 12 October 2016 Learn more
  • Pošeiko, S. (2015). The Latvian language in the Linguistic Landscape of Daugavpils (The middle of the 19th century – nowadays). Journal of Education, Culture and Society 2. pp. 320–336. Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens. Entries on "Riga" (published 2015) "Tallinn," and "Vilnius" (forthcoming) Encyclopedia Britannica. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren, "In the Shadow of the Great Powers: Norway and the Napoleonic Wars" / "I skyggen av stormaktene: Norge og napoleonskrigene," in 1814 - 2014 - Rødt, Hvitt, Blått: Norsk Grunnlov, Amerikansk inspirasjon. Gudleiv Forr, editor (Oslo: ArtPro forlag a/s, 2014): 52-62. Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens. "Remembering the Baltic Singing Revolution on the National Mall, 1998." Washington DC: Smithsonian Folklife Festival: 2013. Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens. "Introduction: Fighting for Liberty in Lithuania." Lionginas Baliukevičius: The Diary of a Partisan. Vilnius: Genocide and Resistance Research Centre of Lithuania, 2008. 11-24. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. ""Kong Karl eller 'President Konow.' Norway's Form of Government and the Pamphlet Debate in 1905." Scandinavians in Old and New Lands: Essays in Honor of H. Arnold Barton. Chicago: Swedish-American Historical Association, 2004. 71-82. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Pilgrimage and Propaganda: An American Newspapermen's Tour of Norway, 1927." Norwegian-American Studies, vol.35. Norwegian-American Historical Association: 2000. 197-216. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Dannelse fremfor alt. Marcus Thrane: A Playwright with a Purpose." Norwegian-American Essays, 1999. Oslo and Hamar: Norwegian Emigrant Museum and Norwegian-American Historical Association, 1999. 181-192. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Catalysts to Disunion: Sigurd Ibsen and Ringeren, 1898-1899." Scandinavian Studies (1999): 297-310. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "The Land They Left Behind: Norway at the Time of Emigration." Family Sagas: Stories of Scandinavian Immigrants. Seattle: Scandinavian Language Institute, 1997. 201-210. Learn more
  • Marianne Stecher. History Revisited: Fact and Fiction in Thorkild Hansen's Documentary Works. Camden House: 1997. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Becoming Norwegian: Sigurd Ibsen in America, 1886-1888." Scandinavian Studies (1996): 188-202. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Entertainment as Propaganda: Marcus Thrane and the Chicago Fire." Scandinavian Journal of History (1990): 239-244. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Marcus Thrane and Dagslyset." Norse Heritage - 1989 Year Book. Stavanger: Det norske utvandrersenteret, 1989. 39-51. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. Marcus Thrane: A Norwegian Radical in America. Norwegian-American Historical Association: 1987. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "The Role of Kingship in the Monarchist-Republican Debate in Norway, 1905." The Historian: A Journal of History (1986): 268-278. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Sigurd Ibsen and the Origins of National Monarchy in Norway." Scandinavian Studies (1979): 392-412. Learn more
  • Terje I. Leiren. "Norwegian Independence and British Opinion: January to August, 1814." Scandinavian Studies (1975): 364-382. Learn more
  • Guntis Šmidchens. The Power of Song: Nonviolent National Cultures in the Baltic Singing Revolution. University of Washington Press and Museum Tusculanum Press, 2014. 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