Icelandic Language in North America Survey
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 in North America through a survey tool.
We encourage participation in research and help with educational projects. If you would like to participate, please complete the survey by June 15, 2020 so that the results can be compiled during the summer.
More details and instructions can be found on this page: Icelandic Language Survey
(INLUS supports Icelandic language education as part of its mission but is not an official participant in this research project. This information is provided as a service to our members.)