Lori Ann Reinhall learns more about The Ridge Creative Center, directed and founded by Victoria Hofmo, one of our contributing authors.
A traditional view of Norwegian society holds that it is egalitarian, but Adel Khan Farooq, a second-generation Pakistani Norwegian, argues differently.
On Aug. 21, Vesterheim, the National Norwegian-American Museum and Folk Art School in Decorah, Iowa, dedicated its new Heritage Park open-air museum.
Kell Knutsen shares his experiences at Luther College’s Nordic Studies program, highlighting its historical ties and forward-looking global thinking.
A new school designed to suit the needs of primary and middle school pupils is being built at Bjørvika in the Gamle Oslo district of Oslo.
As PLU prepares to phase out its Nordic Studies program, Dr. Troy Storfjell shares about the future of the study of Norway and the Nordic region.
Sandra Andersen Eira met with the Leif Erikson Sons of Norway Lodge in Seattle in August to share about her experiences in the Sámi Parliament.
Rigmor Swenson tells the little-known story of the risky rescue of Norway’s national gold from Norway to Canada during the Nazi invasion in April 1940.
A new documentary from Suzannah Warlick tells the story of the European Jews that escaped to freedom through Sweden during World War II.
May 1945 was a time for great celebration in Norway, with May 8 marking the end of WWII and May 17 the first Syttende Mai after the Nazi occupation.