Archive for Kjerstin Moody

Fall 2015 Scandinavian Studies and Swedish Courses

SWE-101, Swedish I -001: Dr. Ursula Lindqvist, Confer 333 LEC MTWF 12:30PM – 01:20PM -002: Dr. Kjerstin Moody, Confer 126 LEC MTWF 01:30PM – 02:20PM This course introduces students to the Swedish language and important aspects of modern Swedish society. Students learn to speak, read, and write Swedish through pronunciation practice, conversation, and grammar study. […]

Majors/Minors Fair Today!

The second annual Major/Minor Fair will be held today from 3:00-6:00 p.m. in the Heritage Room of the student union. The Majors/Minors Fair is an opportunity to explore the wide variety of academic majors and minors available at Gustavus. You can discover areas of interest you never knew you had and meet faculty members and […]

Spring Semester 2015 Events

The spring semester of 2015 is off to a wonderful start! Three new seminars are being offered in the Department: Dr. Ursula Lindqvists’s SCA-360: Nordic Colonialisms; Dr. Kjerstin Moody’s SCA-344: Nordic Poetry, as well as her SWE-344: Ingmar Bergman. Our department congratulates Dr. Glenn Kranking on his promotion to a tenured faculty member at Gustavus […]

2015 Nobel Museum School for Young Scientists

2015 NOBEL MUSEUM SCHOOL FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS A summer scholarship program in Sweden awarded to one Gustavus student WHO: One Gustavus student and 34 Swedish students (third-year gymnasiet). WHAT: One week of school in Karlskoga, Sweden. WHEN: Nobel Week is July 26-August 1, 2015 REQUIREMENT: A good grasp of the Swedish language is a necessity […]

2015 Semester in Sweden Program Underway!

Gustavus’s 2015 Semester in Sweden Program is underway! This is the fourth time that the Program is offered and students’ experiences and impressions can be followed on their collective blog: https://cice.blog.gustavus.edu/category/semester-in-sweden/

Lecture this evening: “Carbon Lock-In: Components, Consequences, and Mitigation Strategies”

This evening at 7:00 p.m. in 103 Olin Hall, Lindsay Rothschiller ’15 will join Magnus Fredricson from Lidköping, Sweden, to present their research findings on carbon lock-in. Rothschiller spent the summer of 2014 in Sweden as part of the Wallenberg Foundation Intern Award doing research for Fredricson on strategies to mitigate carbon lock-in. This event […]

Spring 2015 Courses in the Department of Scandinavian Studies

  Spring 2015 Courses in the Department of Scandinavian Studies Scandinavian Studies (SCA) Courses SCA-344-001 (34982) ST: Nordic Poetry Professor Kjerstin Moody CON 126 MWF 9:00-9:50am Description: This course, taught in English, will focus on the rich and varied Scandinavian poetic tradition, ranging from the Poetic Edda to the works of the 2011 Nobel Prize […]

 

Full house at lecture by Dr. Benjamin Teitelbaum, Head of Nordic Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder

On Monday evening, October 27th, the Department of Scandinavian Studies welcomed Dr. Benjamin Teitelbaum, Head of Nordic Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, for a lecture tied to his forthcoming book on the music of radical nationalism in the Nordic countries, “Lions of the North: Sounds of the New Nordic Radical Nationalism,” forthcoming from Oxford […]

New Journal of Scandinavian Studies for Undergraduate Students

Scandinavian Studies majors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are partnering with graphic design students at Boise State in the creation of a new peer-reviewed journal where undergraduate students in the field of Scandinavian Studies can submit their work for possible publication. The journal is called The Cross Section: An Exploration of All Things Nordic. The […]

Lecture this evening: “An Oriental Prince Comes to Karlsbad: Brandes and Clemenceau Encounter the East”

This evening the Department of Scandinavian Studies will host Dr. William Banks, of the Department of German, Scandinavian and Dutch, at the University of Minnesota as he presents some of his recent work on the Danish cultural critic Georg Brandes, focusing, in particular, on Brandes’s writings on human rights issues. The lecture begins at 7:00 […]