Clarification note: Free thematic session - Thematic Dossier


In order to avoid any misunderstanding we would like to state that the fourth edition of Scandia - Journal of Medieval Norse Studies (4, 2021) is currently open to submissions regarding both free themes involving Nordic Studies (articles section) and related to the thematic dossier (which in this number is Norse Myths in Artistic Reception). They are separate sections.

We would also like to remember that the date for submitting proposals is the same in any of the cases, which is until July 31, 2021.

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No. 03 (2020)
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Dossier: Translations (Vikings and Norse Myths in the Western literary reception, 1750-1900)

Published: 2020-09-10



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Scandia: Journal of Medieval Norse Studies (ISSN: 2595-9107) is the annual journal published by NEVE – Nucleus of Vikings and Scandinavian Studies, an academic research group registered at the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). Scandia is related to the Postgraduate Program of Religious Studies of the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB) and fosters approaches to Old Norse Studies, mainly the Viking Age. Published works include many perspectives of the Human Sciences concerning the journal’s general field of research, especially those regarding Mythology, Religion, History, Literature, and Archaeology.
Scandia publishes original papers, reviews, and translations in English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Italian. Works may be submitted continuously.
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