University students from the Nordic countries can apply to attend a Nordkurs course in languages and culture that equal 10 ECTS credits at BA level. The courses are held every year at different universities in the Nordic countries between May and August. The duration of the course is 3-4 weeks.
University students who are studying at an Icelandic university can apply to attend free of charge, excluding board and lodging and travel expenses. See more information on the Nordkurs website.
The application deadline is March 22. For further information, contact the Nordkurs representative in Iceland, Branislav Bédi, by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submission of articles in the journal Gripla (published by the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies) is April 1st. Submissions are to be sent to: email@example.com.
Gripla is a peer-reviewed journal published in December of each year. It has an international reach and is dedicated to publishing research on topics within Icelandic and Old Norse studies, particularly in the fields of manuscript studies, textual criticism, literature and folklore. Articles, editions of short texts, and shorter notes-and-queries-style essays (the latter not peer-reviewed) are published. Book reviews are not published, and translations are only when they accompany editions of texts. The principal language of the journal is Icelandic but articles in any of the other Scandinavian languages, English,German, or French are also accepted.
Gripla is listed in Web of Science™ (Clarivate) and Scopus (Elsevier). All published articles are double-blind peer-reviewed. Authors will be informed of the outcome regarding submitted articles by early summer.
More information about the journal and detailed instructions regarding formatting and submission of articles can be found on the jornal's website.