The journal Scandinavian Studies (ISSN 0036-5637; e-ISSN 2163-8195) is a rigorously refereed, highly selective scholarly journal that focuses on the languages, cultures, and histories of the Nordic region, including the countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. It is an interdisciplinary journal spanning work in the humanities and social sciences, and as such serves as an outlet for original research in the languages, literatures, histories, cultures, and societies of the region, ranging from medieval to contemporary times.
The journal is published for the Society by the University of Illinois Press and is widely indexed. Scholars wishing to submit an article to the journal should consult the Guidelines for Submission. The journal also publishes reviews of books and other publications pertaining to the field. Please see the Guidelines for Submission page for further details.
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