Upcoming INLUS Author’s Corner – Margaret Willson

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Join us on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 as we help celebrate the release of Woman, Captain, Rebel.   Margaret Willson will join us at 8:00 PM Eastern (GMT-5)/ 7:00 PM Central/ 6:00 PM Mountain/ 5:00 Pacific to talk about Thuridur and the Icelandic fishing environment during Thuridur’s life. History would have us believe the sea has always…

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Upcoming INLUS Webinar – Immersion Icelandic Learning

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Join us on Tuesday, January 10th to learn more about learning Icelandic via immersion classes in Iceland. “Ég vil tala íslensku (betur)”  … I want to speak Icelandic (better)! Looking for a way to supercharge your Icelandic language skills? Heard about opportunities available in Iceland but haven’t decided which one suits you?  Our upcoming webinar features…

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Happy Holidays

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As another year comes to a close, we send greetings and heartfelt thanks to all our members, donors and friends. We look forward to seeing you, in person or online, at one of our events in 2023. Gleðilega hátið!  

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New Connect Winter Newsletter

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The latest edition of the Connect is now available on the INLUS.org website.  (Newsletters Page Link HERE) The publication is filled with information on upcoming events, learning opportunities and even an historic look at a unique family that appears each Christmas season in Iceland. Topics explored in the Connect include: -A report that offers a…

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Upcoming INLUS Webinar – The Making of the Long Friday

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The Making of The Long Friday. On October 24, 1975, the women of Iceland went on strike – they refused to work, cook, and look after children for a day. It was a moment that changed the way women were seen in the country and helped put Iceland at the forefront of the fight for equality.…

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Upcoming INLUS Author’s Corner – Dagatal with Karítas Pálsdóttir

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As we move into the fall season, our thoughts turn to books and reading on those crisp autumn evenings.  Join us as Lauren Fields talks with Karítas Hrundar Pálsdóttir about her latest book, Dagatal – Sögur á einföldu máli. Karítas is the author of two books for Icelandic language learners: Árstíðir – Sögur á einföldu máli (2020)…

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Harpa International Music Academy USA

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The Icelandic National League of the United States is pleased to introduce our members and friends to new cultural activities related to Iceland and Icelanders. A new event to the United States this year is the Harpa International Music Academy USA (HIMA USA). Founded by world-renowned violinist and Oberlin Conservatory professor Sibbi Bernhardsson, HIMA USA…

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New Summer Newsletter and Just Icelandic Webinar

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Our June 2022 INLUS Connect newsletter is now available!  Meet our newest Board members, find out about upcoming INLUS and local events, and get a recap of the most recent webinars.  Be sure to tell us about Icelandic and Nordic events going on near you – send to us via email: info@inlus.org June 8 INLUS Webinar “Hello and…

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