Photo courtesy of Jack Plumley Author:John (Jack) Plumley, Calgary, AB
Embarking on my second journey to Iceland, I eagerly began my Snorri Internship on July 3rd. Fresh from the transformative cultural immersion of the Snorri program just one year ago, stepping back into Reykjavík that morning felt like reuniting with an old friend.  . . .

Photo: Shirley J. Olgeirson Author: Susan Sigurdson, Fargo, ND
The 124th annual 2nd of August Icelandic Celebration was held August 4 through 6 in Mountain, ND. The celebration is North Dakota’s oldest ethnic celebration.
The 2nd of August Icelandic Celebration, or “The Deuce” as it is frequently called by American Icelanders in our area, refers to August 2, 1874, the day Iceland received an improved (though imperfect) new constitution, . . .

Photo: Public Domain Author:Ainsley Bloomer, Winnipeg, MB
When I taught Old Norse mythology, some people thought I was teaching the sagas. People have heard more about the sagas than the eddas, and when I told them I was teaching the eddas, not the sagas, there was a clueless look on some people’s faces. And the question came: What are the eddas? . . .

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