ANNE KARHIO , University of Stavanger, Norway Charles I Armstrong, Department of Foreign Languages and Translation University of Agder, Norway ANNELISE BROX LARSEN, UiT The Arctic University of Norway Michelle Carroll, Högskolan Dalarna HEIDI HANSSON , Umeå University JOHN LYNCH , Södertorn Högskolan Ruben Moi, UiT—The Arctic University of Norway MARY O’DONNELL , Author, Ireland BRITTA OLINDER, University of Gothenburg CHARLOTTA PALMSTIERNA EINARSSON , Stockholm University TYLER POST, Högskolan Dalarna SISSEL ROSLAND , Bergen University College, Norway Faculty of Education BENT SØRENSEN, Aalborg University, Denmark DARA WALDRON, Critical and Contextual Studies Limerick School of Art and Design, Limerick, Ireland
This special issue of Nordic Journal of English Studies is devoted to the research in Irish Studies being carried out in Scandinavia by a group of scholars based in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, as well as scholars associated—in one way or another—with Scandinavia. Denmark is represented by the University of Aalborg; Norway, by scholars affiliated to the Universities of Agder, the Artic University of Norway, Bergen, and Stavanger; and Sweden is represented by scholars from the universities of Dalarna, Göteborg, Stockholm, Södertörn and Umeå. Included also in this special issue is the work of two former students, who completed their Masters’ degree in Irish literature at DUCIS (Dalarna University Centre for Irish Studies), Sweden—from Norway and China respectively. The collection also contains an article by Dara Waldron, Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland, whof recently presented his research at the Higher Seminar in Dalarna. Contributions by the Irish poet, Mary O’Donnell, who participated in the Nordic Irish Studies Network (NISN) conference, hosted by DUCIS in December 2012, are also included.
Nordic Irish Studies research, Nordic Irish Studies research