Scandinavian-Canadian Studies is a journal published by the Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada (AASSC). It expresses in concrete — and more recently virtual — form the Association's conviction that there is much to be learned from peoples of Scandinavia, not least by Canadians, who share a comparable geopolitical situation, not to mention social and cultural values. Articles deal with a wide range of subjects: translation studies, mermaids, multiculturalism, the films of Bergman, Ibsen and other writers, Scandinavian immigration to Canada, Icelandic sagas, and so on. The first volume was published in 1983.
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