New Directions in Scandinavian Studies

Edited by Andrew Nestingen, professor and chair of Scandinavian studies, University of Washington.

This series offers interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the Nordic region of Scandinavia and the Baltic States and their cultural connections in North America. By redefining the boundaries of Scandinavian studies to include the Baltic States and Scandinavian America, the series presents books that focus on the study of the culture, history, literature, and politics of the North.

Small States in International Relations

edited by Christine Ingebritsen, Iver B. Neumann, Sieglinde Gstohl, and Jessica Beyer

Danish Cookbooks: Domesticity and National Identity, 1616-1901

by Carol Gold

Crime and Fantasy in Scandinavia: Fiction, Film, and Social Change

by Andrew Nestingen

Selected Plays of Marcus Thrane

translated and introduced by Terje I. Leiren

Munch's Ibsen: A Painter's Visions of a Playwright

by Joan Templeton

Knut Hamsun: The Dark Side of Literary Brilliance

by Monika Zagar

Nordic Exposures: Scandinavian Identities in Classical Hollywood Cinema

by Arne Lunde

Icons of Danish Modernity: Georg Brandes and Asta Nielsen

by Julie K. Allen

Danish Folktales, Legends, and Other Stories

Edited and Translated by Timothy R. Tangherlini

The Power of Song: Nonviolent Culture in the Baltic Singing Revolution

by Guntis Smidchens

Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, 1940-1945

by Arne Hassing

Fascism and Modernist Literature in Norway

by Dean Krouk

Christian Krohg's Naturalism

by Oystein Sjastad

Sacred to the Touch: Nordic and Baltic Religious Wood Carving

by Thomas A. DuBois