In an education system that is more and more job-focused, the author answers the question, “What is a Scandinavian language degree good for?”
Author: Eric Stavney
Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter is a coming-of-age story written in 1981, 36 years after Astrid Lindgren launched her popular Pippi Longstocking books.
Eric Stavney visits Bardahl Oil, one of Seattle’s oldest and most successful companies, founded by Norwegian immigrant Ole Bardal.
Writer Eric Stavney examines the driver of modern salmon mariculture and the promise of this technology from an ecological standpoint.
Eric Stavney consutls with fisheries expert Dr. Jill Rolland to answer the question of whether farmed salmon is good for your health.
Eric Stavney talks about his favorite Scandinavian Christmas spirits, kind and benevolent gnomes and goats, with the readers of The Norwegian American.
As you step into the Nordic Museum’s exhibit rooms of The Vikings Begin, you leave the dramatic, well-lit “fjord” hallway and are plunged into darkness. This fits the notion that much about the Vikings is shrouded in mystery, especially where they came from…
Eric Stavney reviews television and film editor John Sealy’s debut novel The Betrayal of Norway for The Norwegian American.
Eric Stavney writes about the importance of learning the Norwegian language in order to understand the Norwegian culture with a list of resources to explore.
Eric Stavney reviews Nan Bentzen Skille’s biography of Sigrid Undset, Inside the Gate, in English translation by Tiina Nunnally.