American Studies in Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland and Denmark

Norway

ASANOR, the Association for American Studies in Norway, was established in 1994 and is a professional, academic organization for people who are actively interested in American Studies.

Further details of the association, its officers, membership and activities may be found on the association website, which also provides links offering access to American Studies programs and teaching at a number of Norwegian universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

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Sweden

SAAS, the Swedish Association for American Studies, was established in 1997. It seeks to encourage the study of the United States in Sweden, and membership is open to teachers, researchers, students and other individuals in Sweden concerned with the study of the United States.

Further details of the association, its officers, membership and activities may be found on the association website, which also provides links offering access to American Studies programs and teaching at a number of Swedish universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

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Iceland

The focus of American Studies work in Iceland is at the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Literature and Linguistics of the University of Iceland, which hosted the Nordic Association for American Studies Conference in 1992. The Department offers a MA level program in Inter-American Studies.

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Finland

The Finnish American Studies Association (FASA) is devoted to promoting the study of American history, society, literature and culture.

Further details of the association, its officers, membership and activities may be found on the association website, which also provides links offering access to American Studies programs and teaching at a number of Finnish universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

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Denmark

The Danish Association for American Studies (DAAS) seeks to promote the study of the United States by organizing conferences, seminars and lectures, and publicizing such activities.

Further details of the association, its officers, membership and activities may be found on the association website, which also provides links offering access to American Studies programs and teaching at a number of Danish universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

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