Business and Sports Editor Michael Kleiner writes about Henrik Wergeland’s push to remove the “Jewish Clause” from Norway’s Constitution.
Category: Norwegian Heritage
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall writes about Dagny Juel, who modeled for Edvard Munch’s “Madonna” and was killed and buried in Georgia.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall searches for traces of Norway’s Knut Hamsun and Dagny Juel and their time in Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi.
Randi Millman-Brown discovers that her great-uncle Thor, who was in the Resistance during World War II, was an artist as well as everything else.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall interviews Kjell Habbestad about his musical family, which will tour in the United States in July and August.
Travel Editor Cynthia Elyce Rubin writes about stereographs that brought photography from around the world, including Norway, to people’s homes.
Gracia Grindal writes Mindekirken: Against the Current, about the first 50 years of the 100-year-old Norwegian-American church in Minneapolis.
Randi Millman-Brown updates readers on her findings of her great-uncle Thor Einar Jensen’s 1941 death certificate, which has no cause of death.
Travel Editor Cynthia Elyce Rubin teases out the history of Northland Skis, which originated from Norwegian immigrants with wooden skis.
Business and Sports Editor Michael Kleiner reports on the Norway-America Association delegation that visited the United States in December.