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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2021 Snorri Programs Announced

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The Snorri Foundation in Reykjavik has released details for 2021 Snorri Programs.  Pála Hallgrímsdóttir, the new Project Manager for these programs, distributed the attached flyer announcing plans for 2021. (subject to changing Pandemic regulations, of course) Keep in mind that the INLUS provides scholarships to USA-based Snorri participants!  More information can be found on our…

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Icelandic Language in North America Survey

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Do you speak Icelandic? Is it important to you that Icelandic be kept alive in North America? How is it connected to your feeling of “Icelandic-ness”? Principle investigator Prof. Kirsten Wolf and her associate Laura Moquin from the University of Wisconsin-Madison are leading a research study about language attitudes and identity in Icelandic heritage communities…

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2020 Snorri – Have the Adventure of a Lifetime

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INLUS is proud to support The Snorri Programs. Please help us get the word out about the 2020 Snorri Program offerings! The first deadline is November 29, 2019 for the Snorri Alumni Internship. Become a 2020 Snorri – have the Adventure of a Lifetime! Strengthening the bonds between people of Icelandic descent in North America…

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