Nordic Literature

A comparative history

Volume I: Spatial nodes

Editors
ORCID logoSteven P. Sondrup | Brigham Young University
ORCID logoMark B. Sandberg | UCLA at Berkeley
ORCID logoThomas A. DuBois | University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dan Ringgaard | Aarhus University
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Nordic Literature: A comparative history is a multi-volume comparative analysis of the literature of the Nordic region. Bringing together the literature of Finland, continental Scandinavia (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Sápmi), and the insular region (Iceland, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands), each volume of this three-volume project adopts a new frame through which one can recognize and analyze significant clusters of literary practice. This first volume, Spatial nodes, devotes its attention to the changing literary figurations of space by Nordic writers from medieval to contemporary times. Organized around the depiction of various “scapes” and spatial practices at home and abroad, this approach to Nordic literature stretches existing notions of temporally linear, nationally centered literary history and allows questions of internal regional similarities and differences to emerge more strongly. The productive historical contingency of the “North” as a literary space becomes clear in this close analysis of its literary texts and practices.
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Nordic Literature: A comparative history. Volume I: Spatial nodes makes a powerful argument not only for the importance of Nordic literature to comparative literary studies as a whole, but also for the high-caliber, comparative Nordic literary scholarship that experts in the field are producing today.”
Nordic Literature: A comparative history. Volume I: Spatial nodes makes a powerful argument not only for the importance of Nordic literature to comparative literary studies as a whole, but also for the high-caliber, comparative Nordic literary scholarship that experts in the field are producing today.”
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Hoff, Karin
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Malmio, Kristina & Kaisa Kurikka
2020. Introduction: Storied Spaces of Contemporary Nordic Literature. In Contemporary Nordic Literature and Spatiality [Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies, ],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Ringgaard, Dan
2021. The Region as an In-between Space: Tomas Tranströmer’sÖstersjöarand the Making of an Archipelagic Nordic Literature. In The Cambridge History of World Literature,  pp. 495 ff. DOI logo

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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

DSB: Literary studies: general

Main BISAC Subject

LIT004250: LITERARY CRITICISM / European / Scandinavian
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