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Expert list:

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ReNEW Events:

  • ReNEW is the University Hub Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World. See a list of future events and conferences, as well as those that have taken place since March 2018, by clicking here.

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Academic journals:

  • Scandinavica has "authoritative articles, its book reviews and its prompt and detailed annual bibliographies have established its reputation over the years as an indispensable reference tool in the many fields covered in its pages. It is published in two issues per year, in May and November; it publishes a comprehensive index every ten years."
  • The Scandinavian Journal of History is published for the joint Historical Associations of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. It gives "particular priority to Scandinavian topics and to efforts of placing Scandinavian developments into a larger context". All articles are open access.
  • Scandinavian Political Studies is a journal published for the Nordic Political Science Association. It covers "new scholarship in all areas of political science, [and] the journal publishes widely on public policies, electoral issues, and political institutions."


  • Nordic Academic Press "provides a channel for Swedish and Nordic scholars who want to publish their work in Swedish for a Nordic/Scandinavian readership, or in English for an international circle of readers."
  • Norvik Press "is a publishing house specialising in Scandinavian literature."


  • Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study: "The Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study is an academic association representing scholars, institutions, and individuals across the globe who are interested in the history, language, and cultures of the Nordic region: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Sápmi, and The Faroe Islands."