NNL: Students and young people

Tell us what interests you and help shape The New Nordic Lexicon!

The New Nordic Lexicon will be published next year and will consist of research-based articles, podcasts and films on what interests young people about Nordic society, history and culture today – all online, free, in English and a variety of Nordic languages. These are the ways you can get involved:

  • Online survey (Open to all).

Fill in our online survey to let us know what we should include in the New Nordic Lexicon (takes less than 5 minutes).

  • Join our reference group (Open to all).

Feed into the construction and development of the Lexicon by joining our Reference Group where we discuss issues like: Which topics from the consultation should we focus on first for The New Nordic Lexicon? What formats are best for which subject areas? etc etc. Time commitment is 3 x 1 hour Zoom meetings.

Please write to nordics.info@cas.au.dk if you are interested!

  • Take the microphone! Travel to another Nordic country to help out with podcasts and films.

Get hands-on experience with podcast and film-making – behind or in front of the microphone – as well as getting an expenses-paid trip to another Nordic country. This offer is currently only open to students from the universities of Oslo, Aarhus, Helsinki and Södertörn. To take place in Spring 2023.

Please write to nordics.info@cas.au.dk if you are interested!

  • Watch a short film about The New Nordic Lexicon:

(In English with English and Danish sub-titles)

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The New Nordic Lexicon

The NNL partners

The team behind nordics.info at Aarhus University’s School of Culture and Society will coordinate the project with the collaboration of:

The New Nordic Lexicon has kindly been made possible by the support of the A.P. Moller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Moller Foundation (A.P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal).