CINS Scholarship Spotlight: The wide-ranging world of Icelandic Literature
Julian Mendoza is a recent recipient of the CINS Master’s Scholarship. After completing his bachelor’s degree at the University of Manitoba, where he studied English and Icelandic studies, he decided to pursue his MA in Comparative Literature at the University of Iceland. According to Julian, he chose Iceland because “of the country’s special position when […][...]
CINS launches updated and revamped website!
As part of its ongoing efforts to raise awareness of how CINS can support multidisciplinary academic and cultural links between Canada and the Nordic countries, CINS recently partnered with SOS Media Corp of Edmonton to update its brand and logo, and develop an engaging and user-friendly website.[...]
CINS Supports Transfer of Canadian-Scandinavian Studies journal to University of Alberta
Since 1983, the Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada has published the peer-reviewed journal Scandinavian-Canadian Studies.[...]